Tom Brook of Scholes has won the Jack Gledhill Award for the best Drakes Huddersfield Cricket League all-rounder in 2015.
The 23-year-old picked up 72 wickets opening the bowling as Scholes collected the Byrom Shield as Premiership champions, and got them at an average of just 13.11.
On top of that, he added 526 runs in just 18 innings, averaging 37.57 and helping the Chapelgate club reach the Sykes Cup final.
It’s a double family celebration, too, as elder brother Josh has picked up the Johnny Hunter Award for the best match-winning first XI performance with eight for 49 in the title-clinching victory against Barkisland at Woodfield.
Josh, 26, finished the season with 71 wickets at 13.93 in an attack which also included youngest brother Louis, who collected 38 scalps opening the bowling alongside Tom.
The prizewinners will receive their silverware at the Annual Drakes Huddersfield League Dinner at the Cedar Court Hotel on Friday, November 13, when former Middlesex and England bowler Angus Fraser is the guest speaker.
Harry Howlett of Hoylandswaine has been selected as the winner of the Johnny Hunter Rose Bowl for second teams, with his match-winning 197 not out against Elland.
Shelley have been selected as winners of the FE Greenwood award for most improved ground and facilities, while Michael Sellars of Clayton West is the Tom Walker Trophy winner as Groundsman of the Year.
Armitage Bridge are the winners of the Hopkinson Trophy, awarded to the first XI with most points in the last six matches (who are not champions).
Hoylandswaine won the second XI equivalent, the Schweppes Trophy.