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Great Witchingham award

PUBLISHED: 09:19 05 November 2009 | UPDATED: 15:27 07 July 2010

The Great Witchingham players at the awards night.

The Great Witchingham players at the awards night.

The Norfolk Cricket Alliance held their annual awards night at Swardeston Cricket Club recently.

Receiving their awards were:

League winners

Premier Division: Downham Town

Division One: Old Buckenham

Division Two: Hales

Division Three: Fakenham A

Division Four: Gt Witchingham A

Division Five: Halvergate

Division Six: Hethersett & Tas Valley A

Junior winners

John Dewing U9 Trophy: Vauxhall Mallards

Terry Moore U11 Trophy: Fakenham

Allan Bridgewater U13 Trophy: Lowestoft

Andy Seeley U15 Trophy: Swardeston

Individual awards

David Gooderham batting award: Paul Harwood (Narborough)

David Crowe bowling award: Jeremy Elliott (Norwich & Coltishall Wanderers)

Doug Mattocks wicketkeeping award: Robert Cowburn (Garboldisham)

Club of the Year: Swardeston.

The Norfolk Cricket Alliance held their annual awards night at Swardeston Cricket Club recently.

Receiving their awards were:

League winners

Premier Division: Downham Town

Division One: Old Buckenham

Division Two: Hales

Division Three: Fakenham A

Division Four: Gt Witchingham A

Division Five: Halvergate

Division Six: Hethersett & Tas Valley A

Junior winners

John Dewing U9 Trophy: Vauxhall Mallards

Terry Moore U11 Trophy: Fakenham

Allan Bridgewater U13 Trophy: Lowestoft

Andy Seeley U15 Trophy: Swardeston

Individual awards

David Gooderham batting award: Paul Harwood (Narborough)

David Crowe bowling award: Jeremy Elliott (Norwich & Coltishall Wanderers)

Doug Mattocks wicketkeeping award: Robert Cowburn (Garboldisham)

Club of the Year: Swardeston.


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