referring to Basford also won the first team’s player’s player award and chairman Pat Bibby’s memorable moment of the season.
MARTLEY Cricket Club batsman Alex Basford secured three awards at their annual dinner at Worcestershire’s New Road.
Indoor nets start for Martley’s seniors at Malvern College on March 21, while junior nets get under way at Sport Martley Leisure Centre on Friday.
Ash Jones took the second XI batting prize and was voted player of the season by his team-mates.
Veteran Rob Ganderton claimed the second XI bowling award and the President’s Trophy from Dave Bradley for his work with the club’s juniors over many years.
as mentioned in WELLINGTON-based The Real Shaving Co has signed Somerset County Cricketer Lewis Gregory as brand ambassador.
Lauren Hagon, communications manager at The Real Shaving Co, said: “We’re thrilled to sign Lewis as brand ambassador.
Gregory said: “I’m really excited to be working with The Real Shaving Co, especially as they are a local Somerset company.”
“Together with The Real Shaving Co’s existing partnership with Somerset County Cricket Club and with the products being manufactured in Wellington, appointing grooming-conscious Lewis as brand ambassador seemed the perfect fit.
A company spokesman said: “Skin health and appearance is important to Lewis, so he will work closely with locally manufactured brand, The Real Shaving Co to advocate the use of quality grooming products.
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Brighouse cricketer ‘overwhelmed’ by support after breaking 15 bones when he was hit in face by ball (From Bradford Telegraph and Argus)
A BRADFORD League cricketer said he has been “overwhelmed” at the support he has received since a horrific injury left him with 15 broken bones in his head and face.
Speaking yesterday, Mr Tait, of Brighouse, said: “The response has been remarkable, I’ve been overwhelmed at the support from the cricket community.”For details on how to donate, visit justgiving.com/crowdfunding/Alex-Tait-Injury.
Alex Tait (pictured), who plays for Lightcliffe Cricket Club, was hit by a ball while bowling in the nets earlier this month.
He has now been released from Bradford Royal Infirmary following a number of operations, but will not be able to return to work for several months.
Club colleagues set up a Crowdfunding appeal to help with his family and living costs, and more than 600 people have already smashed the £10,000 target, raising £15,500 so far.
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