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BCIR Co-ordinator, Commentator & Editor
Mark has been the voice of Bath City's home matches since 2003 as the club's PA announcer. Previously programme editor and club photographer, he decided to broaden his horizons and join BCIR to broadcast his opinions to the masses.
Away from Bath City, the Bath-born 33-year-old recently graduated with a 2:1 (one mark off a first, as he regularly points out) in Media Communications and Creative Writing. He will be relocating to West London for a Sports Journalism Course, but is hoping to remain a regular for away games.
Bob has been the club's commercial manager for the last seven years, raising thousands of pounds for the club and managing to obtain sponsorship for every home fixture during this period. He combines these duties with being a leading pundit and summariser for BCIR, as Bob holds a wealth of knowledge about non-league football from years of following the game at grassroots level while a young(er) man in Kent.
Bob seldom misses away matches and should be a regular again for 2019/20.
Sam's involvement with BCIR has been hampered following a move to London and a new role at TalkSport. He comes out to commentate when he can, making a handful of games in 2018/19, which he's likely to replicate for this coming season.
Away from football, he likes most sports including snooker and wrestling, and is fond of quiz shows.
Wales-born Michael joined the team in 2015 following a year editing the sports section of the University of Bath student newspaper. An ardent sports fan and carpet bowls player, Michael is looking to gain some broadcasting experience on top of the written work he's already undertaken. He lives in Twerton so is a regular for home matches, and manages to cover around 50% away, too. Michael also often helps collaborate the shows.
The 25-year-old remains at the University of Bath, promoting sports events including the Pentathlon.
Quentin is Bath City's fixtures secretary and chief aficionado on stats, facts and refereeing decisions from over the years. As well as being the primary supporter among the BCIR team, he is also a (very partial!) commentator and summariser - and a very good one at that. When not all consumed by the club, Quentin is a husband and father to two young children, who regularly accompany him to Twerton Park.
Since mid-2017, Q has decided to take a backseat role, but will fill in when required by the team. He will probably cover a handful of home games in 2019/20.