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Cricket Club's Season of Success

Some of the trophy winners

Hethersett and Tas Valley Cricket Club combined their prize presentation evening with a bonfire and fireworks party. 

Club secretary Richard Ellis reported on a highly successful season that had seen the first team take the Norfolk League Division Four title. The second team finished third in Division Nine and the thirds finished mid table in Division 10. 

First team player and captain Matt Ellis was named player of the year. The Batting Cup was shared jointly by brothers Matt and Richard Ellis and the Bowling Trophy went to second team player Andy Mack who took 25 wickets at an astonishing average of just four. Mack also won the batting and bowling awards for the second team. 

The performance of the season award went to James Hipperson for his gritty unbeaten 50 against Kirkley against some hostile bowling. 

Tim Shelley was named young player of the year and James Barnes won the most improved player award. 

The prestigious Tony Curson clubman award went jointly to Sue and Richard Ellis Senior for their tireless work behind the scenes. 

Other awards: First Team: Batting, Matt Ellis; Bowling, Sean Barker. Second Team: Batting and Bowling, Andy Mack. Third Team: Batting, Brian Borrett (Brian was also named the Norfolk League's Division 10 Batsman of the Year); Bowling, Geoff Chappell. Catching Cup (excluding wicketkeepers), James Barnes and Matt Steward; Catching Cup (including wicketkeepers), Nick Burrett. Duck Trophy for most ducks, Simon Wishart. 

Money raised from the evening will go towards further enhancing the facilities at the club's Flordon Headquarters.


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