Tuesday, March 31, 2015


Matthew Bell, of Brigg Town Cricket Club, won the award for top batsman in division four of the Lincolnshire County Cricket League.
Unfortunately, he was unable to make the league’s annual dinner on Friday night and collect his award in person from former England and Nottinghamshire batsman Derek Randall, who was the chief guest.
The dinner was held at Hemswell Court, near Caenby Corner.
However, Hibaldstow’s Chris Nash was there to receive his trophy as best wicketkeeper in division two.
Broughton’s Anne Wood received a trophy as the league’s joint scorer of the year.
Bob Welton, from Grasby, the league chairman, introduced chief guest Derek Randall.
Our pictures show Chris and Anne receiving their trophies from Derek Randall.
The new cricket season starts next month, when Brigg Town will continue to play their home games at Brocklesby Park.
The following year they hope to be back in town, playing at the refurbished Recreation Ground, off Wrawby Road.
View  presentation pictures from the dinner, featuring world famous cricketer Derek Randall...

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