Father and son both win awards

PUBLISHED: 15:08 17 October 2017

Rich and Max Horton.

Rich and Max Horton.

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Father and son Rich and Max Horton both picked up awards at Claverham Cricket Club’s annual awards.

Father and son Rich and Max Horton both picked up awards at Claverham Cricket Club’s annual awards held at the Masonic Lodge in Yatton.

Rich won the batting award for the 2nd XI, scoring 664 runs this season and son Max won the 2nd XI bowling award, being the top wicket taker, taking 22 wickets, his best performance being 5-42 against the West Indies at home.

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