TEENAGER Jacob Stephens was a triple-award winner at the Mewies Solicitors Craven League’s annual dinner and prize presentation at Bradford & Bingley Sports Club.

The 16-year-old Haworth member won the Mark Batty Memorial Trophy for the most catches taken by an under-18 outfielder, was a joint winner of the Mewies Fielding Trophy (both with 17 outfield catches) and the Harold Blackburn Trophy as the leading under-18 player.

Two players won two awards - Matt Roberts of Bingley Congs and Bradley Powell of Oakworth.

Roberts won the First Division bowling award (8.49 average) and the Garbutt Bowling Trophy for most wickets overall with 78.

Powell, 19, was presented with the Norman Smith Merit Trophy as the outstanding under-21 player in the league and was a joint winner of the Mewies Fielding Trophy alongside Oakworth clubmate Jack Davison and


Naqi Hassan (Cowling) won the First Division batting award, with Riddlesden claiming both Second Division awards via Mohammed Shahnawaz (batting) and Aftab Khan (bowling).

Likewise, Division Three champions Thornton-in-Craven hoovered up both awards - Rob Foster for batting and Ian Holden for bowling - while the Fourth Division awards were split between Waleed Mehboob (Keighley, batting) and Taariq Khan (Oakworth, bowling).

Sutton’s Sam Solley took the Hargreaves Batting Trophy, with 984 runs at an average of 57.88, while Pete Gower (Haworth) was presented with the Fryers Wicket-Keeping Trophy for his 31 victims (25 caught, six stumped).

Oakworth’s Ellis Marshall took the FS Trueman Ball Trophy as the best under-21 fast bowler, while clubmate Jake Keslinke took the Don Green Memorial Trophy for being the best under-18 runner-up to Stephens.

Wilsden’s Sam Mitchell took the Frank Surgener Trophy as Division One’s all-rounder of the season, while Foulridge’s Rashid Rasheed took the Derek Granger Memorial Trophy as the leading Division Two all-rounder.

Mudassar Riaz (Wilsden II) was the top all-rounder in Division Three, while the Division Four award went to Andrew Greenwood (Bingley Congs).

Hepworth & Idle won the prestigious Margaret Coe Memorial Trophy as the leading club in the league for finishing third in Division One and second in Division Three.