Cricket: Saffron Walden celebrate success

PUBLISHED: 17:30 11 October 2017

Ali Hancock took the Wiseman bowler of the year award at Saffron Walden Cricket Club

Ali Hancock took the Wiseman bowler of the year award at Saffron Walden Cricket Club

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Saffron Walden Cricket Club presented their awards for 2017, with Whiting League chairman Keith Coburn as the guest of honour.

Emma Borgeson was named outstanding female of the year at Saffron Walden Cricket Club Emma Borgeson was named outstanding female of the year at Saffron Walden Cricket Club

Chris Larlham took the HJ Cheffins Memorial Cup for most outstanding clubman, for service and support.

James Rushford was the HM Housden outstanding cricketer after hitting seven centuries and a record 1,690 runs during the season, as well as first-team player and batsman of the year

Henry Rodda took the academician award as the young player who excelled on and off the field, with the average age of winners being around 19 years old.

The women, having won their league title unbeaten, gave the Fiona Haris most outstanding award to captain and academy product Emma Borgeson.

Other winners: Bertie Scott (most improved), Joe Barrs (performance), Jack Ormsby (outstanding young), Kevin Deamer (outstanding leader), Ali Hancock (bowler), Mihir Chandraker (fielder), Luke Ormsby (groundsman), Alexander Thomas (2nd XI), Dave Ledwith (3rd XI), Louis Temblett (4th XI), Ollie Rae (5th XI), Sophie Geldard (women’s), Bertie Scott (Sunday), Ben Harris (midweek), Jack Ormsby (under-19).

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