Henty captain Grant Forrest capped off a stellar season by winning most of the major awards in the Holbrook and District Cricket Association for season 2011/12.
Forrest, who only a week ago led his team to premiership success against Holbrook Colts in the HDCA Division One grand final, dominated the awards.
He was a clear winner of the Champion Player Award finishing ahead of TRYC star Jeremy Bunn and Culcairn dynamo Steven Brand third.
The Most valuable Player Award also went to Forrest, the award is voted on a 3, 2, 1 basis by opposition captains on each round during the home and away season.
Forrest was also a clear winner in the batting racking up 603 runs for the season that included three centuries with a top score of 166. Brand finished second with 435 runs.
The leading wicket taker in the home and away season was Osborne speedster Ben Davis with 26 wickets, followed by Forrest 22 and Holbrook’s Ben McKenna 21.
The fielding award for most catches was won by Jeremy Bunn with 11, followed closely by Holbrook’s Jack Nunn with 10 catches.
In Division Two the champion player award went to Uranquinty player Simon Taylor, narrowly ahead of team mates Josh Marshman and Jason Paull in a Quinty trifecta.
Taylor completed a fine season with the willow as well, when he took out the batting aggregate with 366 runs, ahead of Paull on 358 and Henty’s Simon Hillier on 282.
The bowling aggregate went to Uranquinty all rounder Josh Marshman with 23 wickets, just ahead of consistent Henty performer Chris Spicer on 21 wickets.
To complete a dominating year for Uranquinty who won their third straight Division two title, Jason Paull 11 catches finished just ahead of Brett Marshman to win the fielding award.
Henty cricket club took out the club championship award, finishing ahead of Holbrook, who had three teams make grand finals, but none collecting the title.
The Holbrook DCA season was again a very successful one with its rep teams in juniors and seniors performing very well in regional competitions.
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