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Cricket League honours its best

Wednesday, 25th March, 2015

North’s Codie Howard was last night named A-grade Cricketer of the Year at the Barrier District Cricket League’s presentations. The all-rounder, shown here bowling in the T20 final against West, won the main prize for his outstanding year with the bat. North’s Codie Howard was last night named A-grade Cricketer of the Year at the Barrier District Cricket League’s presentations. The all-rounder, shown here bowling in the T20 final against West, won the main prize for his outstanding year with the bat.

By Patrick Reincke

Codie Howard won the 2014/15 A-grade Cricketer of the Year award last night after the North all-rounder had an exceptional year.

Howard also took home best Batting Aggregate with a total of 375 runs scored over the course of the season.

The Warriors’ Bill Bergman won the Neville Davies B-grade Cricketer of the Year award along with four others prizes.

Bergman took home Batting Aggregate (332 runs), Batting Average (55.33 runs), Bowling Average (4.11) and All-Rounder (332 runs and 18 wickets) in what was a great performance.

The junior Cricketer of the Year was won by Mackenzie Attard.

In the Country Cup, Attard scored 124 runs with an average of 31.00 and claimed three wickets as well.

Attard was later selected for Country Red in the statewide Under 17 BankSA Shield.

The side finished runner-up to Sturt with Attard opening the batting in the final.

He had four innings for a total of 24 runs with his highest score being 16.

Notably, he executed two unassisted run-outs in fine fashion.

In the Under 15’s Paddric Attard had a good night at the office as he racked up four awards.

Attard had outstanding Batting Average of 94.00 with a commendable Bowling Average of nine wickets.

He also won best Bowling Average with 4.33 and All-Rounder with 188 runs and nine wickets.

 
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