Burnham celebrate with annual presentation evening

PUBLISHED: 10:41 25 October 2017

Brad House.

Brad House.

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Burnham Cricket Club celebrated its 156th season with their annual awards evening.

Burnham Cricket Club celebrated its 156th season with their annual presentation evening, with 60 members and guests enjoyed an excellent meal.

Award winners – batting – 1st XI: Robbie Driver; 2nd XI: Andy Ashfold. Bowling – 1st XI: James Annison; 2nd XI: Luke Gowan. Sunday XI – batting: Brad House; bowling: Andy Birkett.

Player of the year – 1st XI: Brad House; 2nd XI: Darren Aston. Clubman of the year: Lee Coles. Midweek player of the year: Craig Scriven. Brad House received a special award for scoring 1,161 runs in all cricket during the season.

The chairman thanked the president and Vinnies Bar as main sponsors whose contribution was invaluable, all the committee members, the members who worked on the ground and most importantly all the ladies who laid on wonderful teas.

He was also delighted to report that the 1st XI will make a welcome return to the Somerset Cricket League Premier Division next season.

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