Club Prize Giving 2016/17

The North Shore senior cricket season concluded with prize giving on Tuesday evening.

Congratulations to our 3rd XI on winning the B1 grade and promotion to A1 for next season and to our Sportslink International female youth team who took out the T/20 and Limited Overs competitions.

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Congratulations to the following individuals who won awards.

Award For Recipient
YOUTH FEMALE BOWLING Female Youth Bowler Libby Easterbrook
YOUTH FEMALE BATTING Female Youth Batter Sam Petherick
3RD XI BATTING B1 Batting Nic Grantham
3RD XI BOWLING B1 Bowling Nic Grantham
RES BATTING Senior A Batting Ash Abraham
RES BOWLING Senior A Bowling Zac Watson
KNOX CUP PREMIER RUNS Graeme Beghin
DR BENNETT SNR ALL ROUNDER Matt Selby
B P SOMERVILLE NSCC CRICKETER OF THE YR Graeme Beghin
VERCOE PREM WKTS Carl Brungar
EILEEN HENDERSON PREM AND RES WKTS Carl Brungar
MR PICKWICK PREM FIELDER Ben Wall/Graeme Beghin
DON COLEMAN FIRST TON Graeme Beghin
HARRY PITTS HIGHEST SCORE Malav Brahmbhatt
DACRE PROMISING SENIOR Gus McKenzie
WINTERBOTTOM IMPROVED SENIOR Matt Selby
CAM MAINGAY THEY TURNED THE MATCH Aakash Choudhary
IAN MUNRO VOLUNTEER Brian Shandley
VERDUN SCOTT SPORTSMANSHIP Tim Duncraft
MAJOR JACKA SPORT, LOYALTY CLUB & TEAM Liam Jacobs

 

At the conclusion of the presentations to the winners, Chairman, Campbell Newman, advised that the new bell had been inscribed with the name "John Little" to celebrate JL's 50th decade of playing for North Shore. He also presented JL with a plaque also commemorating his feat.

Go The Shore!

 

Player's Player of the Year

GB_Players_player.jpgNorth Shore's Graeme Beghin won the Player's Player award last night at the Auckland Cricketer of the Year awards dinner. The captains from all teams voted throughout the season, then clubs vote on the top five candidates.

Libby Easterbrook also made the top five of the School Premier Girl's Player's Player, which was taken out by Bella Armstrong from EGGS - who is a current Auckland Hearts player.