Grass Roots Volunteers Rewarded

County Winners head to Lord's for national NatWest Outstanding Service to Cricket Awards

The Hampshire Cricket family gathered at The Ageas Bowl to pay tribute to the volunteers on whom the game depends.

Local clubs put forward over 30 nominees with seven category winners receiving an invitation to the national awards at the home of cricket.

  • Doug, Brian, Tom, John (Steep CC), Dean and Marie with their certificates (pic: Dave Vokes Photography)

    Doug, Brian, Tom, John (Steep CC), Dean and Marie with their certificates (pic: Dave Vokes Photography)
  • Next stop ...

    Next stop ...

The achievements of young volunteers to lifetime achievers earned richly deserved applause from players, club, league and junior district representatives, coaches, team managers, disability cricket sponsor Irwin Mitchell and Hampshire Cricket Board directors. Rewarding our sport's unsung heroes with a lunch in the Shane Warne Stand is always one of the highlights of the Hampshire Cricket calendar.

Simon Jones, Cricket Development Manager (Clubs)

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NatWest OSCAs National Awards

NatWest's Support For Cricket

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Contact Simon Jones, Cricket Development Manager (Clubs)
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