Aythorpe celebrate title winning season

PUBLISHED: 17:10 31 October 2007 | UPDATED: 21:50 29 May 2010

Aythorpe Roding’s Andy Clarke (bowling) was given the first team player of the year award at the club’s presentation evening – Pic: Sarah Lucy Brown

Aythorpe Roding’s Andy Clarke (bowling) was given the first team player of the year award at the club’s presentation evening – Pic: Sarah Lucy Brown

Aythorpe Roding Cricket Club celebrated an excellent season at their dinner and presentation evening on Friday held at the Punch Bowl restaurant in High Easter. It was a near perfect year for the club with the first team winning the Mid-Essex Cricket Leag

Aythorpe Roding Cricket Club celebrated an excellent season at their dinner and presentation evening on Friday held at the Punch Bowl restaurant in High Easter.

It was a near perfect year for the club with the first team winning the Mid-Essex Cricket League Premier Division title and the seconds being crowned champions of division 10.

Individual awards went to first team player of the year Andy Clarke, the second team award went to Sean Darby and Graham Milbank was the Sunday side's player of the year.

Young player of the year went to Martin Sully with sportsman of the year going to Steve Simmonds.

Chairman Mick Rosewell's hard work and dedication was recognised with the club member of the year award.

President Geoff Reynolds was also honoured on the night for his contribution to Aythorpe Roding over many years.

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