Sidmouth CC celberate another great season of Colts cricket

PUBLISHED: 12:43 23 July 2015 | UPDATED: 12:43 23 July 2015

U13s; batting, Jordan Fowler, bowling, Emma Seward, all-rounder, Thomas Simmons and most improved, Will Amos.

U13s; batting, Jordan Fowler, bowling, Emma Seward, all-rounder, Thomas Simmons and most improved, Will Amos.

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Sidmouth cricket club held their 2015 Colts Awards night at the Fortfield ground last week.

There was another exceptional turnout and the respective team award winners were;

Under-11 girls batting award winner Molly Perram and bowling winner Katie Donovan with Sidmouth skipper Will Murray

U15s girls winners; batting, Cassia Anstey-Jones, bowling, Lilly Goodier, all-rounder, Hannah Rudgard and most improved, Catlin Perry.

U10s team one; batting, Lewis Hillier, bowling, Callum French, all-rounder, Dev Nair, most improved, the Dalton brothers.

The Under-10s team two; batting, William Pullman, bowling Reece Hext, all-rounder, Oliver Mitchell and most improved to Imogen Johnson.

U12s; batting, Toby Neumogen, bowling, Soreen Hall, all-rounder, Jack Cload, most improved, Miles Lewis.

U13s; batting, Jordan Fowler, bowling, Emma Seward, all-rounder, Thomas Simmons and most improved, Will Amos.

U14s; batting, Josh Patidar, bowler Ben Johnson, all-rounder, Byron Knowles and most improved, Thomas Burhop.

The club would like to convey a big thank you to Sam and Dean Jones from Tesco for donating all then burgers, sausages and bread rolls that went down a treat for the youngsters courtesy of the barbecue!

First eleven skipper Will Murray was present to hand out the indiviudal awards.


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