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Trophy time at Hales CC

PUBLISHED: 18:24 07 September 2009 | UPDATED: 08:29 01 August 2010

HALES Cricket Club held their junior presentation night at the Jubilee Hall on Saturday.

Winners were U8 John Francis Shield Josh Etteridge, U8 coaches' award Sam Jary, U10 Express Plastics award Charlie Duffield, U10 John Francis most improved Oscar Skelton, U10 coaches' award Kieron Hagen, U11 Dye Shield player of year Chris Read, U11 John Francis most improved Charlie Folkard, U11 coaches' award Alex Jary Kieron Warnes, U13 Watson Shield player of year Ryan Claxton, U13 John Francis most improved James Kershaw, U13 coaches Joe Durrant, U15 Southgate Shield player George Montagu, U15 John Francis most improved Jack Cook, U15 coaches Tom Watts J

HALES Cricket Club held their junior presentation night at the Jubilee Hall on Saturday.

Winners were U8 John Francis Shield Josh Etteridge, U8 coaches' award Sam Jary, U10 Express Plastics award Charlie Duffield, U10 John Francis most improved Oscar Skelton, U10 coaches' award Kieron Hagen, U11 Dye Shield player of year Chris Read, U11 John Francis most improved Charlie Folkard, U11 coaches' award Alex Jary Kieron Warnes, U13 Watson Shield player of year Ryan Claxton, U13 John Francis most improved James Kershaw, U13 coaches Joe Durrant, U15 Southgate Shield player George Montagu, U15 John Francis most improved Jack Cook, U15 coaches Tom Watts Jamie Weston, Girls' Pearce Cup Rebecca Warnes, Girls most improved Ellie Kershaw, most improved young player Lewis White, Pearce junior club person Josh Pitcher, Colts' player Luke Thomas, Colts' bowler Alex Taylor, Colts' batsman Alfie Kaye, Colts coaches' award Chris Read.

Certificates of achievement were presented to all other players who attended cricket this year.

The club would like to thank the Jubilee Hall for hosting the evening and especially Karen Knights who ran the barbeque, with all profits from the evening going towards the new ground project.

There will be winter indoor training, starting late October for all age groups.

The club chairman Pete Dye thanked all the players and coaching staff, as well as the sponsors who provided the trophies.


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