Cricket: Rochdale Cricket Club presentation night

Date published: 17 October 2019

Steve Oddy was the main beneficiary at Rochdale’s 2019 presentation night on Saturday (12 October)

As well as winning the 1st XI bowling prize, the veteran opening bowler also won the Professional’s Player of the Year Award and the Emily Bannister Memorial Shield, the club’s supporters’ player of the year prize.

Andrew Dawson won the first team batting prize while the second team awards went to Kabir Ahmed, batting and 16-year-old off-spinner Sean Benson, bowling.

Robin Jackson, 3rd XI captain, won his teams batting prize while the bowling award went to 14-year-old Jacob Pauline.

The club’s prestigious Vernon Brierley Trophy, awarded to the Clubman of the Year, went to club umpire Derek Whitehead.


Derek Whitehead receives his trophy from Cricket Chairman Mark Reynolds
Derek Whitehead receives his trophy from Cricket Chairman Mark Reynolds


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