Cricket Club Presentation Evening 2013
Hethersett and Tas Valley
Cricket Club combined its annual presentation evening with a hog roast and
fireworks display at its Flordon Headquarters.
Chairman Tony Smith
underlined the successes of the club’s youth policy which has seen the
Under-11 side establish itself as one of the county’s top eight teams. The
Under-13s and 15s had also had successful seasons.
As a consequence the club
person of the year award went to Sarah Worley for her work with young
cricketers which included the organisation of the club’s first ever
Tony Smith paid tribute
to the “army of volunteers” who week after week help to make Hethersett
one of the most family friendly clubs in Norfolk. He also praised the third
team for gaining promotion in the Norfolk League.
It was a good night for
all-rounder Paul Reeve who took home a number of trophies including the
overall Player of the Year Cup, the Batting Cup for scoring well over 1,000
runs in all competitions, the Best Performance Trophy for scoring a century
and taking five wickets in the same match and the first team Batting Cup.
Full list of trophy
winners – Player of the Year, Paul Reeve; Batting Cup, Paul Reeve; Bowling
Cup, Devin Bellchamber; Duck Cup, Tristan Henderson; Catching Cup (excluding
wicketkeepers), David Coyle; Catching Cup (including wicketkeepers), Dean
Parfitt; Most Improved Player, Jonathan Cooper; Best Performance, Paul Reeve;
Young Player of the Year, Sam Morton; Club Person of the Year. Sarah Worley.
Team Awards – First
Team Batting, Paul Reeve; Bowling, Julian Emeny; Second Team Batting, Robert
Mitchell; Bowling, Andy Baker; Third Team Batting, Mark Worley; Bowling,
Cameron Clarke; Fourth Team Batting, Richard Ellis Senior; Bowling, Jonathan
Junior Awards –
Under-11 Batting, Tom Howard; Bowling, Tom Howard. Under-13 Batting, Jonathon
Cooper; Bowling, Tom Worley. Under-15 Batting, Crispin Clarke; Bowling,
The Under-11 players all
received medals for reaching the quarter-finals of the Norfolk Alliance
Under-11s Cup where they were beaten by the eventual winners.