RAWDON picked up more individual awards than any other club at the Aire-Wharfe League’s annual dinner at Emerald Headingley.

For starters, Ciao Doidge was presented with the William A Gill Memorial Trophy as the Young Scorer of the Year, while Matthew McCallum was a double winner, taking the third XI batting (N&J Threapleton Trophy with 658 runs) and wicket-keeping (JC Clapham Trophy with 12 victims, six of which were stumped) prizes.

Ben Morley took the Eddie Nelson Trophy as the leading Division One batsman with 1,048 runs at an average of 61.65, while Joe Smith was the best under-20 batsman, taking the Eric Schofield Trophy with 487 runs at an average of 48.70.

Pool matched league winners Saltaire with three awards, including Charles Bradbourne being named the Yorkshire Cricket Festival’s Under-13 Player of the Week, giving him the Secretary’s Trophy.

Other Pool winners were Will Pallister, the leading under-20 bowler, including a 6-14 haul, who was awarded the Eric Schofield Trophy, while Harry Dibb was the leading third team bowler, getting the Donald Holmes Trophy.

Eight clubs picked up one individual award, including Olicanian’s George Lancaster as the Yorkshire Junior Cricket Festival’s Under-11 Player of the Week, which gave him the JP Scally Trophy.

The equivalent under-15 award, the David Greenwood Memorial Trophy, went to Ilkley’s Robbie Murray.

Horsforth Hall Park skipper Gary Walton was the leading Division Five batter, with his 698 runs being enough to gain him the Boddy-Walker Trophy, while Addingham’s captain Richard Hannam took the Jubilee Trophy for Division Five bowling with an average of 10.78.