The Annual Dinner was held at the club on March 20th. With an attendance of 85 guests the evening was a great success. Thanks go to guest speaker - MP Peter Bone.The Annual Awards were also presented to both Players and
Tim Robinson took home the Batting Award for the second
season in a row for his 122 against Desborough for the 1st XI.
Shaun Wills was the winner of the Bowling Award for a match
winning display of 5-15 against Cogenhoe for the 2nd XI.
A new playing award was presented on the night - Club Player
of the Season. This Medal has been kindly sponsored and
donated by club legend and 3 times past overseas player
Adam Somerfield. The inagural winner of this was Ellary White
for his allround performances on his debut season in the 1st XI.
Clubman of the Year went to Club Chairman Bill Chudley for
his many years of hard work at the club. Bill has obviously never
presented himself with the award but it was felt that it was about
time he recieved it.....
Finally, Cricket Chairman - Simon Court was presented with the
Bruce Catain award for his work at the club.
Ellary White is presented with the
Player of the Season Award
by Cricket Chairman Simon Court
Isham Cricket Club are pleased to announce that last seasons Leading Wicket Taker in all 15 Divisions of the NCL will be returning for the 2015 campaign.
Jake Wilson has re-signed and will be leading the Isham attack once again. Jake will be returning in a Player/Coach role as he looks to help develop the team and work with the younger players.
Everyone at Isham looks forward to welcoming Jake and wife Sara back when they return in April.
The Annual AGM meeting took place on Thursday 27th Novemver in the clubhouse. A good turnout of club members attended. All club officers were elected with most posistions remaining unchanged, however there were some significant changes. After 15 years as Head of Youthe Development, John Bilson stood down and will be replaced by Dave Hobbs & Tim Robinson in a combined role. Tim himself stood down after 14 years as Treasurer to be replaced by brother Tony Robinson. Simon Court took over from Ben Reid as Cricket Chairman and Chris Tiney is our new Social Secretary.