2011 Honours

To be announced at the Annual Dinner on 18th November 2011.

The 2011 Major Honours...

Honour Name Comments
Best Batsman Mark Webb  
Best Bowler Martyn Foard  
Youth Player Scott  
Clubman of the Year Bruce Urquhart Always at the ground...
Best Tea Mark and Rindi Runacres Sadly the web master missed this one... I will make sure I do not miss this one next season.
Tour man Micheal Standford Is this really a surprise?
Champagne Moment Anthony Josey For managing to run someone out without even realising it! Thus allowing Grittleton to win there first match in 2011!

The 2011 Minor Bowling Honours

Honour Name Comments
Bowled the most Overs... Bradley Foard 74 Overs in 11 matches with 15 maidens and 9 wickets and conceding 206 runs!
Bowled the most Maiden Overs... Bradley Foard 74 Overs in 11 matches with 15 maidens and 9 wickets and conceding 206 runs!
Took the most wickets Martyn Foard 58 Overs in 9 matches with 8 maidens and 16 wickets and conceding 204 runs!
Conceded the most runs Bowling David Jones 49 Overs in 7 innings with 1 maiden and 14 wickets and conceding 234 runs.

The 2011 Minor Batting Honours

Honour Name Comments
Most Prolific Batsman Mark Webb Scored just 258 runs in 9 innings with 36 fours and 1 six!
Most Prolific scorer of 4's Mark Webb Scored just 258 runs in 9 innings with 36 fours and 1 six!
Most Prolific scorer of 6's Michael Stanford Scored just 219 runs in 10 innings with 22 fours and 8 sixes.
Highest Single Innings Score Ali Kilfoil Scored 68 in an single innings away against Boomsbridge!
Highest no. of 4's in a Single Innings Score

Mark Webb and Huw Williams

Both scored 10 fours in a single innings, and both getting a half century.
Highest no. of 6's in a Single Innings Score Leyton Lark and Henry Lamb Both scored 3 sixes in a single innings, and both at Grittleton, but against different opposition.
Scored the most half centuries Mark Webb and Huw Williams Both managed to get 2 half centuries in 2011 season.

Other Minor Honours

Honour Name Comments
Busiest Groundsman Bruce Urquhart As the local villager claimed "He's always up there!"
Most Prolific Stumper... ... Err not known as no one kept an accurate record in the score book!