Cricket: Hance claims hat-trick at Cleeve awards night

PUBLISHED: 08:00 03 October 2019

Joe Hance won the players' player, bowling and fielding awards for Cleeve first team

Joe Hance won the players' player, bowling and fielding awards for Cleeve first team

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Joe Hance won a hat-trick of awards at Cleeve’s end of season presentation night at Yatton Masonic Hall.

James Cole won the batting and most improved player awards for Cleeve's first teamJames Cole won the batting and most improved player awards for Cleeve's first team

Hance took the players' player, bowling and fielding awards for the first time, as James Cole took the batting and most improved prizes.

The biggest cheer went to youngster Josh Geal, who took the players' player award for the seconds for his wickets and commitment, as Charlie Grubb and Kelston Crew took their batting and bowling awards.

John Hance was named clubman of the year, John Parsons took the Chairman's Cup and Ian Wisniewski was named non-playing member of the year.

Chairman Allan Burn dedicated a minutes's silence to Sue Haswell, whose husband was groundsman and son and grandson were playing members, and Tim Birt, who was actively involved at the club until the day before his passing.

Josh Geal was named players' player of the year for Cleeve secondsJosh Geal was named players' player of the year for Cleeve seconds

A memorial match in his name is planned for 2020.

New members are welcome and can contact club secretary Stuart Williams at stuartw52@icloud.com.


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