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Sixty plus celebrate at Andover CC presentations
ACC held a very successful presentation evening at the Royal Oak at Clatford, with more than 60 people in attendance to see the award winners collect their prizes.
MC Tim Keighley, in his final year as president, rightly commended the work of the committee for all their efforts in a transitional year, awarding the 'off the pitch' prizes to the following people: Committee Award: Lesley Morgan, Clubman: Andy McMahon, Spirit of Club: Catherine Morton.
The performance awards required a minimum of nine innings for the batsmen and 60 overs for the bowlers and many youngsters collected awards including Harri Williams, Max Souter, Robbie Taylor, Rowan Duckworth and Olly Cox.
First XI batting: Greg Dawson, Bowling: James Knight, Second X1 batting: Max Souter, Bowling: Jack McMahon, Third X1 batting: Andy Sale, Bowling: Robbie Taylor, Fourth XI batting: Harri Williams, Bowlng: Rowan Duckworth, Fifth XI batting: Chris Hooper, Bowling: Olly Cox, Sunday XI batting:Robbie Hadfield Bowling: Robbie Taylor.
The two big playing awards, young player of the year and player of the year, went to Robbie Hadfield and Mike Adams.
Robbie established himself as the number one wicketkeeper and cemented his place in the top order with more than 450 runs for the first XI.
Mike finished with a flurry of runs and wickets to propel the club up the table and their safety was largely down to his efforts.
His performances were also recognised by the Southern Premier League, when he was voted ‘Player of the Month' for August.