The Gold Standard

PUBLISHED: 13:00 08 July 2015

Alan Ison of Upminster takes the aerial route (pic; TGSPHOTO)

Alan Ison of Upminster takes the aerial route (pic; TGSPHOTO)

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Upminster blogger Nick Ison interviewed his brother and first team player Alan Ison this week.

Upminster's Alan Ison  (pic: Gavin Ellis/TGSPHOTO)Upminster's Alan Ison (pic: Gavin Ellis/TGSPHOTO)

For this weeks Gold Standard, Upminster blogger Nick Ison decided to interview his brother Alan.

Alan Ison revealed who is the longest in the shower, the best players he has played with and who he would like to play in a film.

Alan Ison in batting action for Upminster (pic: Gavin Ellis/TGSPHOTO)Alan Ison in batting action for Upminster (pic: Gavin Ellis/TGSPHOTO)

Seven questions with first team player Alan Ison:

Who would you like to play you in a film of your life? Ray Winston. He is a proper naughty geezer.

What would be your fancy dress costume of choice? The Joker from Batman.

Name the Best XI you have ever played with? Varun Chopra, John Maunders, Tom Westley, Grant Flower, Keith Parsons, Jimmy Neesham

Adam Wheater, Merv Westfield, Maurice Chambers, Tymal Mills, Tony Palladino.

You are hosting Come Dine With Me. You can choose four guests, two from Upminster Cricket Club and two celebrities. Who would you choose? Albert Moulder – sure the man has some great stories. Nigel Emes – So he can tell me about his 15-20 first team hundreds. The Dudley Brothers – so someone can get a 3D through the table after dinner...

Who is the funniest in the changing room? James Aggio-Brewe – Great at impressions...

Would you rather spend a weekend watching Ashes cricket or Romford Raiders Ice Hockey? Romford Raiders Ice Hockey – pure entertainment for 60 minutes. The afternoon session at the cricket can get a bit zzzz.

And finally... Who is the longest in the shower? Gary Neicho.

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