Sleaford Cricket Club among honours at league awards night

Dan Hutson (left) is presented with the Premier Division wicketkeeping award by John Van-der-Vord, President of the Lincolnshire County Cricket Club. EMN-170911-093129002
Dan Hutson (left) is presented with the Premier Division wicketkeeping award by John Van-der-Vord, President of the Lincolnshire County Cricket Club. EMN-170911-093129002

As well as picking up the championship crown for winning the Premier Division, the wicketkeeper Dan Hutson won an individual trophy for his table-topping 25 dismissals.

The 2017 champions also won the Chairman’s Award for their successful season in the top flight.

Division Two runners-up Heckington CC also celebrated their success with two individual bowling awards.

Kevin Bristow won the senior trophy with his 29 wickets, while a share of the junior trophy went to Riley Pickwell for his 11 victims.

The trophies were presented by John Van-der-Vord, President of the Lincolnshire County Cricket Club.

Trophy winners:

Premier Division - Champions, Sleaford 2nds; runners-up Woodhall Spa 2nds; batting award Matt Sargeant (Woodhall Spa); bowling award Matthew Haslam (Woodhall Spa); wicketkeeping Dan Hutson (Sleaford 2nds); junior batting Jaden Fell (Grantham 2nds); junior bowling Brandon Andrews (Spalding 2nds).

Division One - Champions, Long Sutton; runners-up Welby Cavaliers; batting Joe Broomfield (Moulton Harrox); bowling Adam Hilless (Baston); wicketkeeping Michael Paige (Belton Park) and Adam Wright (Long Sutton); junior batting Dan Oldfield; junior bowling Steven Milnes.

Division Two - Champions, Graves Park; runners-up Heckington; batting Mitch Griffiths (Graves Park); bowling Kevin Bristow (Heckington); wicketkeeping Mitch Griffiths (Graves Park); junior batting James Luto (Graves Park); junior bowling Riley Pickwell (Heckington) and Amelia Gardner (Spalding 3rds).

Chairman’s Award - Sleaford; Umpire’s Award - Nick Law (Belton Park); League Cup - winners Long Sutton; runners-up Skegness; man of the match Barry Stanway (Long Sutton).