2014 Honours

To be announced at the Annual Dinner on yet to be finalised!

The 2014 Major Honours...

These will be awarded on the night of the annual dinner, and only the captain can decided who is getting what.. if anything... so you had better turn up to the annual dinner to find out!

Honour Name Comments
Best Batsman Andy Leighton  
Best Bowler Malcolm Harris  
Champagne Moment Jim Hewitt For bowling his first overs, and taking a wicket, whilst on tour!
Best Captain of the Season Anthony Josey Winning 5 out of 6 games he captained!
Pair of the Season Mark Webb For getting a pair of ducks whilst on tour!
Sixes Award Robert Ward Most 6's in a season and for get past 50 for GCC for the first time this season!
Clubman Peter Cross  

The 2014 Minor Bowling Honours

Honour Name Comments
Bowled the most Overs... Malcolm Harris Bowling some 107 overs!
Bowled the most Maiden Overs... Huw Williams Bowling some 20 maidens over!
Took the most wickets Malcolm Harris Took 25 wickets!
Conceded the most runs Bowling Malcolm Harris Conceeded some 469 runs!
Best Bowling Average (lowest) Jon Ceverley Just 7.0!
Best Bowling Strike Rate (lowest) Jon Ceverley A wicket ever 13.33 balls!

The 2014 Minor Batting Honours

Honour Name Comments
Most Prolific Batsman Robert Ward Some 394 runs... just couldn't quite get to 400!
Most Prolific scorer of 4's Robert Ward Some 46 fours this season!
Most Prolific scorer of 6's Robert Ward Some 5 sixes this season!
Highest Single Innings Score Andrew Leighton Scored 76 against North Nibley
Highest no. of 4's in a Single Innings Score Martyn Foard Scored 11 fours against Langford
Highest no. of 6's in a Single Innings Score Robert Ward Scored 3 sixes against Compton Bassett
Scored the most half centuries Andrew Leighton Scored 3 half centuries
Scored the most centuries   No one scored a century this season

Other Minor Honours

Honour Name Comments
Busiest Groundsman Richard Saull  
Most Prolific Stumper... No Records!  
Failing to Score a half century... after getting 45 runs or more... Ali Kilfoil and Robert Ward They both got to 49 before they lost their wicket!