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16th October 2012
The Middlewich 1st team
No fewer than 18 clubs received team or individual awards when 240 players, officials and guests enjoyed the Cheshire Cricket League’s annual Presentation Dinner at The Mere.
2nd Division winners Middlewich.CC were one of the most successful clubs of the night taking home three awards, including the prestigious Henderson Rose Bowl for Most Improved Club.
With all of Middlewich’s sides having a successful season, this helped the club to top the league’s Aggregate Points table for the first time.
Middlewich Chairman Gavin Tomlinson was delighted for his club to receive the awards: “We have worked hard at all levels of the club for these successes and the trick now is to do as well next season.”
The winner of the ECB Premier League Player of the Year was Maccelsfield.CC’s Khalid Sawas.
The Cheshire Minor Counties batsman scored 942 runs throughout the season that included three fifties and three centuries.
The 1st Division Player of the Year was Oulton Park.CC batsman Rick Moore.
Moore was the only league batsman to reach over 1,000 runs hitting 1,106 at an impressive average of 73.
It was Warrington.CC fast-bowler Kyle Adams who won the 2nd Division Player of the Year after an outstanding 2012 season.
The Aussie took 87 wickets at an average of 11 which included 10 five-wicket hauls to break a divisional record.
The guest speaker at the awards was former World Cup and premiership referee and now Daily Mail columnist Graham Poll.
Pool entertained his audience with stories of happenings on and off the field in top-level football when he officiated in 1,563 games over 27 years.