Wednesday, 29 October 2008

2008 Cricket Club AGM

The 2008 cricket club AGM will be held in the clubhouse on Tuesday 25th November commencing at 8.00pm.

All posts,officers and captains, will be up for election.

Anyone who wishes to be considered for a post or to join the incoming committee ,should forward their nomination to the Honorary Secretary, Graham Watt ,by 5.00pm on Friday 21st.

Expressions of interest in the Honorary Secretary position for 2009 would particularly be encouraged.

Sunday, 19 October 2008

End of Season Dinner

The end of season dinner signalled the end of the 2008 season, a time to celebrate the cricket season, or if you're a captain, a time to celebrate that its all over (no more phone calls from Phil, yee ha!!!)

As is the norm, the awards for the season are dished out, and the winners are as follow;

1st XI
Batsman of the year: P Walker
Bowler of the year: P Walker
Captain's player of the year: A Bell

2nd XI

Batsman of the year: P Kerr
Bowler of the year: P Thompson
Captain's player of the year: B Clarke

3rd XI

Batsman of the year: S Clarke
Bowler of the year: C. Copeland
Captain's player of the year: R Moore

Then onto the Cricket section awards;

Performance of the season: R Lang for his performance against Muckamore, not his 20/20 performance!

Clubman of the year: P Walker for his tireless work as treasurer and as Club Pro Convenor!!

S Clarke and P Trimble received sports vouchers for their centuries for the 3rd XI

The WAGS also received a voucher for a meal for their support during the season, and the miracles that they work with the 1st XI teas (sandwichgate shall never be forgotten)
Now for the 1st XI skippers awards!!!
The never showers award: A Bell
The biggest girl award: R Jarvis
The I LOVE MYSELF award: A Kerr
The worst excuse for not bringing sandwiches was shared between M Porter and G Hassard
For the best strop, this goes to: J Mohammed, for batting at 5 in the 20/20
Best time keeper: D Harris
The Iron Wallet award goes to: I Kerr
Best run out: R LANG, for his effort in Hungary, and for anyone who seen his attempt at running in the first 20/20 match, (I can still see it) a legend in his own lifetime!!!
Most celebrated wicket: P Trimble's in the Grudge Match, the Trimble Young Defenders!!
See ya next year if anyone is still talking to me!!