Four awards for Brian

PUBLISHED: 11:20 23 October 2008 | UPDATED: 15:53 11 May 2010

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BRIAN Symes scooped four awards at Barley Cricket Club s annual dinner and awards evening. The all-rounder finished top of both the first team s batting and bowling averages last season, and was voted the first team player of the year and the players pla

BRIAN Symes scooped four awards at Barley Cricket Club's annual dinner and awards evening.

The all-rounder finished top of both the first team's batting and bowling averages last season, and was voted the first team player of the year and the players' player of the year.

He also won the first team batting and bowling awards, with the first team fielding award going to Chris Markham.

Eddie Collins was awarded the second team player of the year prize after a successful campaign, and also picked up the batting award, having achieved an impressive average of 103.

Eric Davis won the second team bowler of the year, and Jack Hawkins was best fielder.

The award for most improved player went to Mathew George, the young player of the year award went to James Hopkinson-Hughes, and the clubman of the year was Phillip George.

Barley first team finished in sixth place in division one south and will compete in the same league next year.

The second team won promotion from division five south after finishing runners up, and will play, among others, Royston's second team next year.

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