JACK PETCHEY NOMINATIONS 2014!
Below are the nominations for the 2014 season. Winners were decided by votes from members.
William Spicer (13). William has been a constant feature since joining the Kwik Cricket squad two years ago. His commitment to training means this year he got his first half century (68 n.o vs Long Melford) and best bowling figures of 4-6 vs Copford.
Calum McDonald (13). Similar comments apply to Calum who proves that hard work and dedication pays off. He too got his first half century (55 n.o vs Brightlingsea) and best bowling of 4-12 vs Kelvedon.
Alex Johnson (15). Alex’s batting has increased in maturity this season. This resulted in a score of 91 n.o, vs Gt Totham for the U16s and a maiden century against Frinton for the Development XI. He also represented N E Essex Under 15s in four games, including top scoring in the Essex T20 Final.
Dom Purser (15). Dom had a superb first season in adult cricket and was a regular on both Saturdays and Sundays. He went on to win both club and league bowling awards.
Ollie Stovell (17). WINNER AUTUMN! Ollie has worked hard with the junior teams, both during net sessions and at league matches (umpiring & scoring amongst other things) The youth players really enjoyed the sessions he worked on (both indoors and out) and he got a fair bit of positive feedback from the parents too. He also helped drive the Club's innovative Low Carbon Champion programme.
Luke Keeble (21). Luke has headed up our Low Carbon Champions team and has helped create a carbon policy and action plan. Now with sponsorship from Neutral Territory our club is the first in the country (world?) to measure, reduce and offset our carbon emissions!
Stephen Nunn (21). Steve has been helping out at youth training and youth home matches. Unpaid but highly valued, he has provided much needed assistance during the season. Fresh from university Stephen wants to build his coaching career with a Level 2 qualification.
Jo Young (23). Jo is studying at Essex University and has quickly become been a regular fixture in his first season with The Green. He has proved both popular and skilful with bat and gloves despite wicket keeping coaching by our Chairman.