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Honley's Tim Taylor scoops Joe Lumb Cup award

He led the side to the final, where they lost to East Yorkshire at Broad Oak, but he had both wickets and runs during the Under 17 competition

Tim Taylor

Tim Taylor of Honley has been voted Huddersfield’s Joe Lumb Cup Man of the Series.

He led the side to the final, where they lost to East Yorkshire at Broad Oak, but he had both wickets and runs during the Under 17 competition.

Other awards will be made at the Under 15 and Under 17 end-of-season Sellers Junior League meeting at Meltham CC on Thursday (8pm) when all clubs are asked to attend.

Tom Charlesworth has won the Under 17 batting prize with 259 runs in his nine innings at an average of 129.50 in Area B. The Area A prize was won by Luke Bridges of Barkisland with 71.50.

The Under 17 bowling prize was scooped by Joel Birkhead of Upperthong with 13 wickets at 8.692. The Area A prize went to Sam Senior of Barkisland with 15 at 8.733.

Alex Clegg of Meltham too the Under 17 catching prize with nine in 11 matches in Section A, while the Section B prize went to George Oakley of Upperthong with six.

Sam Clegg of Meltham took the wicketkeeping prize with 10 victims, while the Area B award went to Tom Webster of Thongsbridge with nine.

The best all-rounder at Under 17 level was Saqib Matlub of Almondbury Wesleyans, who had 361 runs, nine wickets and five catches. He takes the George Boothroyd Trophy.

At Under 15 level, Jibrael Malik of Birkby Rose Hill took the batting prize with 150 runs at that average, because he wasn’t dismissed all season in the seven matches he played.

Tom Mighall of Upperthong A had 18 wickets at an average of 4.00 to claim the bowling prize.

Harry Bissett of Holmfirth took the Under 15 catching prize with eight, while the wicketkeeping award went to Sam Clegg of Meltham with 12.

Top all-rounder, taking the Geoff Howard Trophy, was Joe Goddard of Green Moor with 276 runs, 16 wickets and four catches.

 

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