Father and son Rich and Max Horton both picked up awards at Claverham Cricket Club’s annual awards.
Cleeve Cricket Club held its end of season awards evening at their St George V Playing Fields pavilion.
Clevedon finished the season with defeat at Downend, ending up in second position overall.
Nailsea defeated promotion-chasing Frenchay in their last match of the season.
The Royal Oak emerged winners of Division 1 in the Clevedon 20:20 Community League finals day held at Dial Hill.
Cleeve finished the season with a narrow victory over Lodway to consolidate fourth place in the division.
Backwell Flax Bourton clinched promotion in the last game of the season, despite losing to Bristol Lions.
Clevedon finished its home fixtures with a comfortable 119-run victory over Bridgwater.
Nailsea fell short in their run chase against promotion-chasing Twyford House.
Cleeve were defeated by West United by five wickets in their latest league match.
Nailsea first and second teams eased their relegation fears with victories in their respective divisions.
Cleeve crashed to a heavy defeat against Hampset, losing by 148 runs.
Claverham seconds recorded an excellent victory over Shirehampton to ease their relegation fears.
Backwell Flax Bourton defeated Abbots Leigh to climb back to second spot in the B&D Division 5.
Clevedon were shot out for 81, making a slight recovery from being 19-7 at one stage against Potterne.
Nailea defeated local rivals Portishead in a crucial encounter, with relegation threatening the losers.
Claverham are all but relegated following this disappointing defeat against Ilminster.
The Triangle Misfits defeated Clevedon Round Table to clinch the third-placed trophy at the Clevedon Community 20:20 League.
The spin trio of bowlers for Cleeve came up trumps again as they cleared up the St Mary Redcliffe innings to record victory.
Clevedon defeated Stapleton to win their first knockout cup trophy since 1990 and enjoyed a league success the day before against Bedminster.
Claverham fell short in their run chase against Taunton in a much-improved performance.
Nailsea defeated Hambrook with just two balls to spare and the last pair at the wicket.
A weakened Cleeve side were well beaten at home by relegation-threatened Long Ashton.
John Pinkney hit 91 not out as Blue Flame defeated Failand and Portbury by eight wickets.
A fine batting partnership between Max Curtis and Jake Rowe led Clevedon to a revenge victory over Bristol.
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