OAKWORTH dominated the individual awards at the Mewies Solicitors Craven League’s annual dinner.

They collected seven and had a share of another at Rolls Royce Sports Club at Barnoldswick.

Batting trophies for Oaks went to Jack Davison (Division One) and Michael Scarborough (Division Three), while Jordan Powell won the Mewies Fielding Trophy (most catches by an outfielder).

Harry Hollingsworth was a double winner, collecting the Norman Smith Merit Trophy (outstanding under-21 player) and the FS Trueman Ball Trophy (best under-21 fast bowler), while James Powell earned the Harold Blackburn Trophy (outstanding under-18 player) and Jake Keslinke the Don Green Memorial Trophy (outstanding under-18 runner-up).

Meanwhile, Bradley Powell shared the Mark Batty Memoria Trophy, for most outfield catches by an under-18, with Jacob Stephens (Haworth).

No individual won more than Denholme’s outstanding Toby Priestley, however, as he took the Division Two batting award, the Hargreaves Batting Trophy (best batting performance) and the Derek Granger Memorial Trophy (best Second Division all-rounder).

Priestley’s efforts were matched by Riddlesden’s Mohamed Zulfiqar, who won the Division Three bowling prize, the Secretary’s Trophy (Division Three all-rounder), and shared the Garbutt Bowling Trophy (most wickets) with Bradley’s Toby Meynell.

Andrew Foulds (Embsay) won the Division One bowling prize, while Meynell won the Division Two award.

Division Four winners were Maurice Oldfield (Gargrave, bowling) and Sean Williamson (Skipton CI, batting), while Luke Harland (Hepworth & Idle) won the overall wicket-keeping award (Fryers Wicket-Keeping Trophy) across the four divisions.

The Frank Surgener Trophy (Division One all-rounder) went to Mohammad Adil (Bingley Congs), while the Treasurer’s Trophy (Division Four all-rounder) was collected by John Stuttard (Skipton CI).

The Margaret Coe Memorial Trophy, awarded to the club with the most points by a first and second team combined, was won by Gargrave.