Barry Mayoh Death, Obituary – A member of the St. Andrews Cricket club’s family who had been a part of the organization since the 1970s has lately gone away, and the members of the club are in mourning over the loss of this member. After a valiant struggle that lasted for a significant amount of time, Barry, who had been battling sickness for a number of years, passed away on Friday. The 1978–1979 season marked the beginning of Barry’s playing career, and he proceeded to perform all the way until the 1991–1992 season. During the 1992–1993 season, he announced his retirement from the sport.
Throughout the course of his career, Barry took part in a total of 108 matches, during which he amassed a total of 2442 runs at a pace of 26.26 and 73 wickets at a rate of 19.59. In addition, he scored runs at a rate of 26.26 and 19.59 respectively. Shane, Barry’s son, was a member of the championship team that played in 1988–1989, and Barry himself was a player on the squad that ended up winning the championship. During the 1988–1989 season, Barry was presented with the honor of a life membership as a token of appreciation. Before that time, he had been recognized as the greatest clubman and had served as the club’s treasurer for a number of years.
In addition, he had been the recipient of an award. In addition, Barry was actively involved in helping out with our junior program alongside Leigh Murray. Together, the two of them coached our younger athletes before our senior training sessions. His son Shane, his daughter-in-law Lou, and his grandchildren Leith, Braydan, and Tiarna are all athletes, and they all compete for one of our junior or senior teams here.
Even in the present day, you can still see members of the Mayoh family competing at a variety of different levels on the St. Andrews course. The members of St. Andrew’s Church would like to express their deepest condolences to Shane, Lou, Leith, Braydan, and Tiarna Mayoh, as well as to the rest of the Mayoh family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time.