Goole Town Cricket Club held their Senior Presentation Night on 7th October at the Clubhouse.
A very entertaining evening took place. The event included 2 sets from local singer Katie Hamilton- Cooke and a pie and peas supper.
Secretary David Caldicott highlighted the successes this year including the recent alterations and improvements to the lounge and the completion of the new electronic scoreboard.
The Senior teams had reasonable seasons. The 1st team finishing 9th in their league recovering well after a poor start to the campaign. The 2nd team finished in 6th position. The Third Academy team finished 7th out of 16 in the Sunday league.
Stand out performances were 1st team captain Neil Foster with over 500 runs including a century. Oscar Sugden scored a 124 not out.
For the 2nd team Antony Gibbins scored a 138
Youngster Lucas Matthews took 7 for 16 for the 2nd team
The trophy for the most successful junior in senior cricket Thomas Marritt
The Sugden cup for the most promising junior player Harry Pierce
The Norman Kirk cup for the most improved player, Henry Appleby
The trophy for the fastest 50 scored in 37 balls versus Thorpe Arch and Boston Spar in an innings of 82 not out. Sam Coppin
The Foster fielding cup for the 3rd team Thomas Franks.
The Harry Wright trophy for 2nd team fielding with 8 catches Calum Woodcock
The Sam Shackleton cup for 1st team fielding with 9 catches Ashton Nottingham
The Hinchcliffe bowling trophy for the 3rd team with 17 wickets at an average of 10 and a best performance of 4 for 19. Harry Pierce
The Christie batting trophy for the 3rd team with 330 runs in 12 innings at average 37 and with a top score of 74. Harry Pierce
The Jack Garland bowling cup for the 2nd team with 25 wickets at an average of 10 and best of 5 for 15 Jake Kennedy
The Bamforth bowling cup for the 1st team with 34 wickets average 14 and a best of 6 for 16 Dave England
The Joe Eastwood batting cup for the 2nd team with 308 runs at an average of 39 and a best of 56 not out Rob Jacobs.
The Bamforth Batting cup for the 1st team with 503 runs at an average of 31 and a best of 104 not out Neil Foster
The Speckley batting cup for the under 30’s with 365 runs for the 1st team at an average of 22 and a best of 60 not out. Ben Shelton
The Freda Caldicott trophy for notable achievement. For an exceptional performance for the second team taking 7 wickets for 16 in 9 overs. Trophy goes to Lucas Matthews.
The Ernie Wood trophy for outstanding individual performance for the 1st Team
For his performance against Folkton and Flixton scoring 124 not out to carry Goole to victory.
The Ernie Wood trophy for outstanding individual performance for the 2nd Team
Taking 7 wickets for 16 in 9 overs against New Earswick . Lucas Matthews
The Ernie Wood trophy for outstanding individual performance for the 3rd team this year goes for his performance against Pelicans scoring 72 Harry Pierce.
The Edmund Gibbins Clubman of the Year or Club person of the year as we may have to say these days.
For her organisation and management of the alterations and improvements to the Clubhouse the Award goes to Elza Greaves. Elza acknowledged the help of her staff in winning this trophy.