Prizes galore at club’s awards evening

The club held its annual presentation evening on Saturday evening in the function room with Head of Cricket John Stevens and club secretary Leigh Dickinson overseeing events.

The first team batting prize, along with the players’ player of the year went to Andy Kerr, meanwhile, the first team bowling award was won by Callum Hunter.

People begin arriving for Saturday’s awards evening

In the second eleven, the second team batting prize and players’ player of the season went to Kieran Edwards with skipper Oli Dixon taking the bowling award.

In the thirds, the batting prize and players’ player of the season went to Nigel Franklin with Sam Woolley taking the bowling award.

The Pauline Rigby award for the Young Player of the Year went to Dan Stevens while Best Performance of the Season was won by Andy Kerr for his display against Burnley.

The Most Runs in the season award was also won by Nigel Franklin with Oli Dixon again taking the Most Wickets plaudit.

Clubman of the Year went to chairman Andy Skinner for his leadership and superb work in project managing the Lounge Bar alterations and clubhouse extension.

Evan Williams – who is currently gaining valuable cricketing experience in Tasmania for the winter – won the Cricketer of the Year accolade.

And there was a special award for first team skipper Ryan Senior who is stepping down in 2023. Scorer Rebecca Senior was also presented with a thank-you prize for her fine work throughout the season as was Phil Thorp for his help behind the scenes.

Above: Nigel Franklin who won the Best Batting Prize as well as the third team batting and players’ player award. Right: Club chairman Andy Skinner – Clubman of the Year Award winner

Below left: Dan Stevens with his award. Right: Kieran Edwards and Oli Dixon

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