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Cricket Club End of Season Awards

St. Asaph Cricket Club recently held their annual Prizegiving evening at the club when County Councillor Bill Cowie presented the successful players with their awards.
Club Chairman, Gareth Ryan, said “The Club has had a successful season regaining our place in the Premier League and seeing the continuing interest and growth of the Junior section which promises continuing success for the future.”
He congratulated the trophy winners and thanked everyone who had contributed to a successful 2016 season.
Winners of the trophies
1st XI Bowling - Paul Fleming
1st XI Batting - Matthew Ryan
1st XI Fielding - Daniel Ryan
1st XI Players player - Daniel Ryan
2nd XI Bowling - David Hall
2nd XI Batting - Andrew Pierce
2nd XI Fielding - Elliot Morris
2nd XI Players player - Mark Dine
Young Player of the Year - David Lloyd
Merit award for services to the club - Ken Hodgkinson
Councillor Cowie presenting the Merit Award to Club President, Ken Hodgkinson who, after more than 66 years of active participation in the Club, both as a player and groundsman, announced his retirement at the age of 81 years to continue a less demanding connection as President and member of the Club committee.


As a result of recent gradings Stephen Thomas gained his green belt at Deeside Leisure Centre and 10 years old Rhys Butler gained his black belt at a grading in Bristol in October.
Peter Williams, 6th dan Taekwon-do instructor at St. Asaph Leisure Centre said “Rhys has trained very hard over the past four years and now joins his father, a first dan black belt in an elite group.”
Stephen and Rhys are pictured with Peter Williams receiving their certificates at St. Asaph Leisure Centre.