|Danny Godfrey Memorial Best Player Award winners Daniel|
Coppleman, left, (second grade) and Kye Tomkinson
The young and talented cricketer Daniel Coppleman took home a number of trophies in second grade including the Danny Godfrey best player award. The all-rounder scored 334 runs for the season and also took 16 wickets and nine catches. In seventh grade, spin bowler Kye Tomkinson picked up the best player award as well as the bowling aggregate with 21 wickets and bowling average of 17.86 with best figures of 6/21.
During the presentations, the club announced that Brett Smith would be the new coach for the 2019/20 season. Smith has previously spent 26 years involved with the Glenorchy Cricket Club with 22 of those years on the committee, from president down to general committee member. He played 160 games through all grades with 70 of those as captain. This is a great appointment by Molesworth, which will certainly help both on and off the field season. There are exciting times ahead.
Rodney “Moose” Menzie Most Improved award: Tye Benson
Best Clubman: David Adams
Best Under 21: Josh Ransley.
Batting Average: Nic Piuselli
Batting Aggregate: Brad Coppleman
Bowling Average: Jamie Adams
Bowling Aggregate: Daniel Coppleman
Fielder of the Year: Daniel Coppleman
Danny Godfrey Memorial Best Player: Daniel Coppleman
Batting Average: Sam Percy
Bowling Average: Kye Tomkinson
Fielder of the Year: Larry Menzie
Danny Godfrey Memorial Best Player: Kye Tomkinson