GALLERY: March Town Cricket Club’s junior presentation evening

PUBLISHED: 09:00 22 July 2014

Main Presentation: Emma Alterton (Coach), Paul Oldroyd (U15 Manager), Will Curtis (U15 Managers Award), Stephen Shaw(Coach), Toby Nulty (U11 Manager)
Rob Conyard (U15 bowler), Jenson Carpenter(U11 Batsman), Robert Shepherd (U11Mangers Award), Kian Pooley (U11 Bowler), Curtis Oldroyd (U15 Batsman).

Main Presentation: Emma Alterton (Coach), Paul Oldroyd (U15 Manager), Will Curtis (U15 Managers Award), Stephen Shaw(Coach), Toby Nulty (U11 Manager) Rob Conyard (U15 bowler), Jenson Carpenter(U11 Batsman), Robert Shepherd (U11Mangers Award), Kian Pooley (U11 Bowler), Curtis Oldroyd (U15 Batsman).

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March Town Cricket Club’s younger generation were recognised for their efforts over the season at a junior presentation evening.

The trophies were presented by junior chairman and life member Norman Alterton.

Under 15 awards went to Curtis Oldroyd (batting), Rob Conyard (bowling) and Will Curtis (manager’s award).

Under 13 awards went to Sam Green (batting), Geoff Kirby (bowling) and Doug Furlong (manager’s award).

Under 11 awards went to Jenson Carpenter (batting), Kian Pooley (bowling) and Robert Shelpherd (manager’s award).

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