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Bhatt and Hempenstall - Club Champions
Date of Event : Sun May 7, 2017 2:26PM
Jukes and Calvert Medalists: Ajay Bhatt and Kath Hempenstall

Outstanding all-round performances by Ajay Bhatt and Kath Hempenstall were rewarded with Club Champion medals at the recent 2016-17 club awards presentations.

 

In his first year at the club, Ajay Bhatt had an outstanding season as captain of the Third Eleven and took out the 2016/17 DWN Jukes Medal. He scored 200 runs at 25.00 with a top score of 75, usually batting out of the bottom half of the batting order. It was his bowling that stood out though with 37 wickets at the exceptional average of 8.57. Ajay racked up five wickets on four separate occasions, including both innings of the Round 17 match against Casey-South Melbourne.

 

Ajay's performance also earned him the Premier Cricket Third Eleven Player of the Season.

 

Kath Hempenstall had an exceptional year and was rewarded with the 2016/17 Julie Calvert Medal . She amassed 415 runs at 41.50 with a top score of 81 and 29 wickets at 14.20. Consistency was the hallmark of her season with six innings of 40 runs plus while failing to take a wicket in only three of her 18 matches for the True Blues. 

 

Evan Gulbis took out both the Dav Whatmore and Bryce McGain Trophies for the First Eleven batting and bowling averages.

 

In the women's section Emma Inglis piled on 610 runs in her 10 innings to take away the Ando Aparo Trophy for the women's First Eleven batting average, while Alana King was awarded the Karen Brown Trophy for the women's First Eleven bowling average for her 21 wickets at 11.71.

 

Congratulations to all the 2016/17 award winners.

 

View the photo album of all the award winners, including individual and team milestones and achievements

 


 

2016/17 Club Award Winners

 


DWN Jukes Medal


Men's Club Champion


1. Ajay Bhatt

2. Bryce McGain
3. Evan Gulbis
4. Nathan McNally
5. Travis Jackson

 


833 points

810
809
740
724

 


Julie Calvert Medal 


Women's Club Champion 

 
 1. Kath Hempenstall

 2. Emma Inglis
 3. Tara Norris
 4. Alana King
 4. Annabel Sutherland

 


929 points

683
505
408
408

 

 

Men's First Eleven 

 

Batting: Dav Whatmore Trophy 

Bowling: Bryce McGain Trophy

Fielding: Stan Stephens Memorial Trophy

 

 

Evan Gulbis

Evan Gulbis

Adam Bull

 

389 @ 43.22

24 @ 17.71

 

Women's First Eleven

Trophy

 

Batting: Ando Aparo Trophy

Bowling: Karen Brown Trophy

Fielding Award

 

 

Emma Inglis

Alana King

Bronwyn Daws

 

661 @ 66.10

21 @ 11.71

 

Men's Second Eleven 

 

Batting Award

Bowling Award

Fielding Award

 

 

Travis Jackson

Bryce McGain

Nick King

 

377 @ 41.89

48 @ 17.77

 

Women's Second

Eleven 

 

Batting Award

Bowling Award

Fielding Award

 

 

Ella Austin

Maggie McPhee

Tiana Atkinson

 

240 @ 20.00

11 @ 20.82

 

Men's Third Eleven

 

Batting Award

Bowling Award

Fielding Award

 

 

James Billington

Ajay Bhatt

Nick Blaich

 

261 @ 52.20

37 @ 8.57

 

Men's Fourth Eleven

 

Batting Award

Bowling Award

Fielding Award

 

 

Hamish Withers

Nathan Caton-Robertson

Clinton Bricker

 

243 @ 30.38

20 @ 20.40

 

 

Junior Encouragement
Awards 

 

 

 

 

Rosie Wynd

Jay Jhamb

 

 

 

Perpetual Trophies

 

AA Horneman Award

Ian Crawford Presidents' Award

 

 

Adam Bull

Nigel Hutton

 

 

Special Achievement 

Awards 

 

Life Membership

 

Sam Coates

Steven De Bolfo

 

 

 

 

 


Last updated: Sunday May 21, 2017 12:41PM
Author: Nigel Hutton

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