End of Season Dinner & Awards
Updated: Oct 30
We recently held our end of season awards dinner for senior cricket at the clubhouse. After last season's big bonanza, this was a more low-key affair but great evening and the intimate setting really added to the atmosphere. It was great to see so many friendly faces after a brief interlull since the end of the season.
Huge thanks going to Jo and Ben Alcott for their efforts organising another memorable EOSD!
Below is a list of all our award winners in senior cricket for 2023. Congratulations to all our winners!
Club Person of the Year – Alan Reeves for his efforts in every facet across club life but particularly his hands on approach to ground maintenance and the square. You'll not find a more worthy candidate than Al! Well deserved and much overdue!
The Glover Young Player of the Year – Matthew Farners – 16-year-old Matthew played for both the Third and Fourth XI this year, taking crucial wickets for both teams. His 68 not out and 5-13 in the same game for the Third XI against West Wittering II, arguably the performance of the season in all adult teams, 5-23 against Rudgwick and 3-18 against Broadbridge Heath II were the standout moments at crucial times. Spoilers, he also won Bowling awards for both the Third and Fourth XIs!
The Dudley Room Wicket Keeper of the Year – Jack Turner – an ever present for the First XI this year, Jack took 14 catches and 6 stumpings.
Batter – Louis Storey – 627 runs @ 69.67
Bowler – Ben Lucking – 32 wickets @ 17.50
Fielder – Hugo Gillespie - 13 catches, 1 run out
POTY – Reuben Taylor
Batter – Maddie Bryant
Bowler – Amelie Turner
Fielder – Bella Boyce
POTY – Imogen Alcott
Batter – Adam Trees – 338 @ 42.25
Bowler – George Bryans – 27 wickets @ 12.59
Fielder – Alfie Reeves – 9 catches, 1 run out
POTY – Adam Trees
Batter – Waleed Iqbal – 230 runs @ 25.56
Bowler – Matthew Farnes - 14 wickets @ 16.64
Fielder – Asmus Minchell - 5 catches, 1 run out
POTY – Jack Shaw
Batter – Simon Capel - 336 runs @ 56.00
Bowler – Matthew Farnes - 10 wickets @ 8.30
Fielder – Andy Mayne - 5 catches, 1 run out
POTY – Sam Collyer
Batter – Ollie Turner - 142 runs @ 28.40
Bowler – Terry Beeks - 11 wickets @ 33.45
Fielder – Hugo Gillespie - 4 catches
POTY – Finlay Oratis
Batter – Nicki Pocklington
Bowler – Harriet Brookfield
Fielder – Kerry Johnson
POTY – Clare Easdale