Year 7 Premier: Season Wrap 2014-15

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Rear: Peter Ruffell, Joshua Parkinson, Bradley Walsh. Middle: Jaiya Bharti, Thomas Hassell Front: Murray Gannaway, Thomas Escott, William Hawkins, Dominic Hawkins, Keenan D’Souza, Ashton Grant Absent: Pete Escott (coach) PHOTO: NORTHSTAR

Year 7 premier
Coach Pete Escott

The Y7 team did have a bit of a tough season, but every player improved their cricket over the summer and will be better players for it.

Thanks to the parents who helped with coaching (Parky & Steve), scoring (Rebecca), umpiring (Ian, Parky, Kenny, Ray and Steve) and to the Y6 players (Harry Carter, Jesse Hohaia, Patrick Faulkner, Spike Ruffell, Travis Gower and Jackson) who regularly filled in for us. – Pete Escott.

Cup for MVP and Batting:  Peter Ruffell
Top run scorer with 263 runs for the season including 2 x 50’s, 2nd= wicket-taker with 8 wickets, topped the MVP leaderboard for Birkenhead over the season

Cup for Bowling:  Joshua Parkinson Top wicket-taker with 10 wickets for the season

Cup for Most Improved Player:  Bradley Walsh
Strong improvement throughout the season – during the final round this leg-spin half of our ‘Spin Twins’ finished top wicket-taker and 3rd in runs

Consistent Batting & 2nd in Batting:  Murray Gannaway
Second-highest run scorer for the season at a total of 244 including 2 x 50’s

Fielding & 2nd MVP:  Thomas Escott
7 catches, a motivational attitude in the field whether wicket-keeping or fielding, and 2nd on the MVP leaderboard for Birkenhead over the season

Consistent Contribution on game day and at training:  Thomas Hassell
Could be relied upon to put his best foot forward for the team, including 7 wickets during the season and a good knock of 21.

Outstanding Attitude:  Jaiya Bharti
Always attentive and held her own, especially with her great arm from the outfield.

Perseverance & even temperament:  Ashton Grant
Good effort and keeps a cool head, juggling his cricket with being a top-notch go-kart driver.

The off-spin half of the Spin Twins:  Will Hawkins
Mastering the art of off-spin and will be tricky to play on better pitches as he gets older.

Most Economical Bowler:  Dom Hawkins
Kept our opposition to 3.75 runs / over for the season.

Best Bowling in a game:  Keenan D’Souza
Great figures of 2/8 off 5 overs against Cornwall in Round 6.

North Harbour representative: Peter Ruffell