Wednesday, May 1, 2013

New Norfolk cricketers celebrate

Josh Walsh and his tophy haul.
THE New Norfolk Cricket Club held its trophy night at the New Norfolk District Football Clubrooms on April 20. There was a good roll up of players, members and officials who had an enjoyable night.

New Norfolk I player Stewart Rice had a great season and took home a number of trophies including the best all-rounder award. New Norfolk II player Josh Walsh stole the limelight and took home a staggering eight trophies. He too won the all-rounder award.

Another highlight was the awarding of life membership to Sharyn Rice who has been a great contributor to the club over many seasons and thoroughly deserves this award. Having watched her husband Stewart play for many seasons, Sharyn now has two sons playing with the club as well.

On the field the club had a great season. New Norfolk I captained by Glen Williams finished third in 2nd Grade and New Norfolk II captained by Stephen Nichols finished fifth in 5th Grade. The club will look forward to season 2013-14 with confidence. Well done to all trophy winners.  

Club awards
Life membership - Sharyn Rice
Best clubman - Wendy Rowlands
Coach’s award - Josh Walsh
Best under 21 - Josh Walsh
Encouragement award - Trent Mayne

New Norfolk I - Division 2
Best all-rounder - Stewart Rice 1462 points
Bowling average - Ashley Morgan 13.00
Most wickets - Stewart Rice 34
Batting average - Stewart Rice 45.4
Most runs - Stewart Rice 772
Most catches - Rohan Heron 17
Best fielder - Rohan Heron
Best in finals - Jake King

New Norfolk II - Division 5
Best all-rounder - Josh Walsh 690 points
Bowling average - Josh Walsh 9.7
Most wickets - Josh Walsh 42
Batting average - Richard Munnings 32.4
Most runs - Richard Munnings 324
Most catches - Dylan Pearce 12
Best fielder - Dylan Pearce
Best in finals - Richard Munnings

Milestones (Southern Cricket Association era only)
Games passed 50 this season - Mitchell Rice, Ashley Morgan, Josh Dykes, Josh Walsh, Graeme Rowlands, Josh Rowlands and Richard Munnings      
2000 runs - Stewart Rice and Rohan Heron
1000 runs - Jake King, Ashley Morgan and Chris Ashcroft
100 wickets - Stewart Rice and Jamie Maddox
50 wickets - Josh Walsh, Josh Rowlands  Josh Dykes and Rohan Heron

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