Cricket success for Sheringham

SHERINGHAM Cricket Club held their presentation night at the end of another successful season.After back to back promotions, the first X1 did well to hold their own in Norfolk Alliance Division One.

SHERINGHAM Cricket Club held their presentation night at the end of another successful season.

After back to back promotions, the first X1 did well to hold their own in Norfolk Alliance Division One.

The second X1 played with a team brimming with U15s, and a mid-table finish in West Norfolk League Division Two was certainly respectable and something the lads can be extremely proud of.

Sheringham gained promotion on a Sunday for the second year in a row. They will play in Division Two after seeing off Swanton Morley on the final weekend to claim the Division Three title. Again the team generally consisted mainly of the club's younger players.


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On the youth side, following the unprecedented success of 2008, this year still proved to be a good season. The U11s were county runners-up, while the U13s and U15s both reached their respective county semi-finals. The U13s also retained the MCC Spirit of Cricket County Cup, before going out at the Eastern Finals Day in a competition where they had reached the national finals week in 2008.

Richard Hewitt of Hayes and Storr, the club's main sponsor, presented the awards. The club expressed their thanks to Hayes and Storr, Morston Hall and all of its other sponsors for their continued support.

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Awards: U11s manager's player of the year Callum Mackenzie, U13s manager's player Callum Taylor, U15s manager's player Jodi Norris, youth player of the year Callum Taylor, first team player of the year Jordan Taylor, second X1 player player of the year Callum Taylor, chairman's award Christopher Moy, clubman of the year Stuart Smith.

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