JACK PETCHEY AWARD NOMINATIONS 2015
Below are the nominations for Spring 2015. Winners were decided by votes from members.
William Spicer (14) -WINNER- Will has broken in to the Saturday 2nd XI this year returning a string of impressive performances as the team made a flying start to the season. He’s also been a great role model for other youth players as Captain of the Under 14’s, hitting 64 as the Green recorded their first victory against Witham.
Calum McDonald (14) -WINNER- Like Will, Calum has also broken in the 2nd XI and has improved with every game he has played taking 3-12 against Coggeshall. Clearly Calum enjoys playing Coggeshall as he also hit a brilliant 60 against them for the Under 14’s.
Steve Nunn (22) – Nominated for this all around services to the club, Steve has this season taken on the role of Head Coach. He has also assisted with web management, kit organisation, running of the bar as well as playing three games a week. As his commitment to the club increases, his batting average has rapidly decreased.
Ollie Lovejoy (17) – Despite abandoning the good ship Green for Colchester at the weekends, Ollie still assists at youth training enthusiastically passing on his knowledge to the budding cricketers. Always keen to play whenever available, Ollie current holds an impressive average of 63 so far this season.
Andrew Woodhouse (22) – The token newbie, Andrew has worked tirelessly for the club after finding residence with Uncle El Presidenté. Not only has Andrew excelled as bar manager he is also Captain of the PieRate’s 20/20 team which he has ensured regularly features members of the youth teams as a fun introduction to senior cricket.
Luke Keeble (22) – Under Luke’s leadership the 2nd XI have flourished winning their first five games of the season as well as promoting the team’s ethos of integrating youth team players. Added to this Luke has frequently assists at youth training as well as help running the teams on match days. Away from the pitch Luke has worked on securing sponsors and buying new training equipment.
Picture: Calum (Left) and Will (Right) collect their certificates.