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21st September 2012
A picture from last year's event
22 league cricket enthusiasts from up and down the country have been nominated for this year’s NatWest Outstanding Service to Cricket Awards.
The 22 shortlisted are spread across eight awards that range from officials & scorers to young volunteers.
The awards will be presented in front of 400 guests from the recreational game at Lord’s on Monday 22 October in what is the tenth annual NatWest OSCAs
The NatWest OSCAs were established in 2003 to reward cricket’s unsung heroes and recognise the efforts of grassroots volunteers from all over the county.
Hundreds of volunteers were nominated through clubs and county cricket boards, before an esteemed panel of representatives from the ECB, County Sport Partnership, The FA, Civil Service Sports Council and NatWest formed the shortlists.
The NatWest OSCAs 2012 nominees in full:
Behind the Scenes
Jonathan Jackson - Bartestree and Lugwardine Cricket Club, Herefordshire
Dave Lander - Penn Street Cricket Club, Buckinghamshire
Steve Martlew - Wigan Cricket Club, Lancashire
Paul Daniels - Old Elthamians Cricket Club, Kent
Richard Henchley - Newham Cricket Club, Essex
John Smith - Dulwich Cricket Club, Surrey
Leagues and Boards
Colin King - Mid Norfolk Sunday Cricket League
Paul Grainger & Kevin Drew - North Worcestershire Cricket Development Group
Phil Williams - Warwickshire Cricket Board and Midland Club Cricket Conference
Chris Evans - Ashford Cricket Club, Surrey
Peter Thomas - Swardeston Cricket Club, Norfolk
Frank Wilkinson - Morecambe Cricket Club, Lancashire
Bobby Cross - Heywood Cricket Club, Lancashire
John Gray - Galleywood Cricket Club, Essex
Amy Rowlinson - Bromley Town Cricket Club, Kent
Officiating - Umpires & Scorers:
Deborah Burns - Middlesex Association of Cricket Officials (ACO)
Lorraine Elgar - Swale Association of Cricket Umpires and Scorers, Kent
Alan English - Thames Valley Cricket League, Bucks Association of Cricket Officials