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28th October 2012
Charlotte Edwards recieving the award from ECB head of England women's cricket Clare Connor
England womens captain Charlotte Edwards was among the winners at this year’s Chance To Shine Achievement Awards.
Edwards received the Ambassador of the Year award for her tireless work promoting Chance to Shine and girls cricket.
The event was also attended by England wicket-keeper Mat Prior, former England captain Alec Stewart and other members of the England Women’s team.
Wolverton Town.CC’s Kevin Pichowski received the Slazenger Coach of the Year Award.
Kevin has played a key role at the club with his coaching and engagement with the junior section that has made the difference to the lives of many youngsters at Wolverton, whilst developing confidence and changing their perceptions of cricket.
The Project of the Year Award was won by the Cotswold East project.
The success of the project had a major impact on convincing girls that cricket is a game that they can play and enjoy.
The final award of the night was the Brit Insurance Special Recognition Award which was won by Paul Gash from Oak Tree School.
Other winners were:
Volunteer of the Year: Ed Duguid
School of the Year Award: Ridge View School.
Chance to Shine Young Leader of the Year: Jay Chauhan