Accrington Cricket Club

It's Toby's Night

Saturday October 13th 2007

Toby's the man
Peter Barratt presents Toby Bulcock with the website Player of the Year Trophy

Young all rounder Toby Bulcock capped a superb first season at Accrington by picking up seven trophies at the club's annual Presentation Night.

Club President Peter Barratt presented the former Baxenden star with the Player of the Year award and six senior trophies. Bulcock's trophy haul included a further three Player of the Year awards - the Heavenly Choir Supporters award, Player's Player and the Chairman's Cup.


Toby and trophies
Toby and his table full of trophies

The left arm spinning all rounder won the County Cup for the outstanding performance in a winning game for taking 7-66 and scoring 38 against Enfield in August. He also won the President's Cup for scoring 301 runs and the Boardwell Cup for taking most wickets (34).



Simon and his laminated ton
Peter Barratt presents Simon Hanson with the laminated copy of the scorebook with his century

Another youngster, Simon Hanson, picked up four trophies. Hanson won the Seddon Cup for the best senior batting average, the 3rd XI batting prize for most runs, the Best Senior Performance by a player Under 19 and he was also presented with a laminated copy of the page in the scorebook for the 3rd XI game against Colne when he scored an unbeaten century.



Ramiz's trophies
And here's the trophies that Ramiz would have picked up

Ramiz Hussain dominated the 2nd XI awards in his first season at the club. The all rounder won best batting average (16.7), most wickets (26) and the Duncan Warburton Trophy for best performance which was adjudged to have been the match against Church when he took 7-31 after hitting an unbeaten 48.



The Unsung Hero
Peter Barratt presents Michael Horsfield with the Vice Chairman's Cup

Unsung hero Michael Horsfield picked up the Vice Chairman's Cup for best senior bowling average and Graeme Sneddon won the Holden Cup for most senior catches (9). The Leslie martin Trophy for best wicketkeeper was taken by the safe hands of Matt Wilson who took 13 stumpings and nine catches during the season. Adam Barnes was named 3rd XI Player of the Year and Bryn Hargreaves was named Most Improved Player.



Matthew and Julie
Matthew Schofield and Mum Julie and trophies
It was also a good night for the Schofield family. Julie Schofield picked up the Michael Rigby Trophy for Club Person of the Year for her consistent hard work with the juniors. Julie's son Matthew also walked off with three trophies - the Junior Player of the Year, Peter Westwell Cup for most 3rd XI wickets (24) and the 2nd XI Player of the Year award.


Full list of awards
1st XI Batting Bowling Avs
President's Cup for Most runs Toby Bulcock
Chairman's Cup for Player of the Year Toby Bulcock
Vice Chairman's Cup for best bowling average Michael Horsfield
Seddon Cup for best batting average Simon Hanson
Boardwell Cup for most wickets Toby Bulcock
County Cup for outstanding winning match performance Toby Bulcock
Holden Cup for most catches Graeme Sneddon
Players player of the year Toby Bulcock
Heavenly Choir Shield for supporters Player of the Year Toby Bulcock
Jack Douthwaite Trophy for best overall performance from a player under 19 in the first team Simon Hanson
2nd XI 2nd XI Averages
Bruce Francis Cup for most runs James Ormerod
Best batting average Ramiz Hussain
Bruce Francis Cup for most wickets Ramiz Hussain
Best bowling average Waheed Hussain
Player of the year Matthew Schofield
Duncan Warburton Trophy for best performance Ramiz Hussain
3rd XI 3rd XI Averages
Alven Burrows Cup for most runs Simon Hanson
Peter Westwell Cup for most wickets Matthew Schofield
Ashwell Trophy for most improved player Bryn Hargreaves
Thompson and Partners Trophy for player of the year Adam Barnes
General awards  
Michael Rigby Trophy for services to the club Julie Schofield
Edwin Airey Memorial Trophy for Junior player of the year Matthew Schofield
Leslie and Margaret Martin Trophy for Club wicketkeeper of the year Matt Wilson website Player of the Year Award Toby Bulcock
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