The presentation evening was held at South Ockendon community centre on Saturday 20th November.
The enjoyable evening was well supported by members and friends.
The Presidents Club person the Year 2010 – Fred Taylor
Tins of Roses sweets were given as gifts to our tea ladies, groundstaff and scorers as a thank you for all their efforts in 2010.
Saturday 1st X1 – Player of the Year – Gavin Jefferies –
Gavin topped the SNEL Div 3 batting averages and finished 4th overall in the League batting averages.
Saturday 2nd X1 – Player of the Year – Michael Cansdale –
Despite his ills in an on and off season Michael managed some very good batting and bowling and fully deserved the acolade.
Saturday 3rd X1 – Player of the Year – Jim Robertson –
From front line bowler for 20 years, Jim has become a solid batter, this award appreciates the transformation from ball to bat.
Saturday 4th X1 – Player of the Year – Paul Whitlock –
Skipper of the 4th X1 championship winning team, combined captaincy with some good all round efforts.
Sunday 1st X1 – Player of the Year – Joe Joyce –
At sixteen Joe was the clubs top scoring bat over the season, a fine talent who is captaining the Sunday 1st X1 in 2011.
Sunday 2nd X1 – Player of the Year – Michael Randall –
Veteran, he played a big part in the team, with high scoring batting, wicket keeping and filled in as skipper when needed.
Under 15’s – Player of the Year – Daniel Dreher –
Daniel ended a super season with some excellent senior performances late season.
Under 13’s – Player of the Year – Jack Martin-Hussey –
Was a frontline bowler in his age group, he also showed good form in senior games through the season
Under 11’s – Player of the Year – Matthew Wakeling –
Another who contributed with some good all round performances
Most Improved Player – Elliott Playle (U13)
Elliott went through a massive learning curve in this season, but came through with some excellent performances.
Special Award – Ricky Ellis –
At just 18 years old, in the words of our retiring Chairman Brian Edwards, he doubted young Ricky realised just what he achieved when he took a hat-trick in consecutive SNEL games, firstly against Woodford Green for our 2nd team, then one week later for our first team against Old Brentwoods.
A super effort, I suspect a place in the club history forever, as this will be one feat that will be very hard to be bettered.
Others worthy of mention, veteran bowler Cliff Cansdale 93 wickets, young stars of tomorrow Ben Kent a wicket keeper / batsman of some repute played in over 50 games for the club, at senior level (2nd X1 / 3rd X1 Saturday and 1st X1 Sunday) he was also a member of our U/13 team who came so close in a Cup final against Hadleigh and Thundersley. Then there was Mathew Lewis Jnr, who scored a century for Essex Boys Clubs when just 11 years old, he has competed well in Senior cricket, on a couple of occasions close to his senior maiden 50, also bowls at a good pace for his age