Harden Hornets Cricket Club held its annual presentation night at the Harden Country Club on Friday night.
Club president Ross Turner delivered a rousing speech on the success of the club this year and highlighted that the achievements were about what had been achieved compared to flags won.
In particular he made mention of the three junior players who virtually played every game and made valuable contributions every week.
He went on to also thank the committee who were able to achieve funding for the Bob Spackman scoreboard, wicket covers and practice bowling machine.
Ross Turner delivered a rousing speech.
These items have improved the enjoyment of the game by all. Special mentions were also made to the team scorer Michelle Woodhead for undertaking a weekly thankless task, and getting the scores mostly correct, and the behind the scenes contributions by Philip Woodhead.
He ended by thanking the club's major sponsor the Harden Country Club and the Kruger Trust for additional funding to cover over-runs for the construction and installation of the scoreboard.
- Senior Cricketer of the Year: Kai Steele (487 points (367 runs, 10 catches, and seven wickets)
- Youth Cricketer of the Year: Jack Nicholls
- David Coggin Batting: Kai Steele (367 runs)
- Bowling Award: Jeff Brown (18 wickets)
- Most Improved Senior: James McDougall
- Most Improved Youth: Ewan Stewart
- Coaches Award: Beau Abnett
- Clubman of the Year: Philip Woodhead
- Personality of the Year: Paul Potts
- Duck Award: Scott Duncan (seven ducks from eight innings).