BRADFORD CRICKET LEAGUE

CLECKHEATON CRICKET CLUB
SEASON 2009

Photograph taken at 2008 "Thompson Davis & Co. Ltd" Twenty20 Trophy reproduced by kind permission of Dave Worrall.

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THE 2009 MOORENDERS LOOK STRONG AGAIN !!

"MALLY"
NICHOLSON
2007 Gordon Bowers
"Young Cricketer of the Year"


MARK CUMMINS
Our recent recruit from Esholt

Yorkshire's
ANDREW GALE

TOM PRINGLE
2007 "Ernest Lodge"
Young Spinner of the Year

IAN
NICHOLSON
   Right hand batsman and medium fast bowler John Wood skippers the Moorenders this term for an unprecedented fifth time. John, probably the most respected captain the club has had for many many years, is once again looking forward to a successful season. The on-field exploits of the Wakefield-born captain have been consistent, but his captaincy, man management skills and overall contribution to the club off-the-field has been exceptional. John has grasped the nettle in fine style; and the respect he commands has enabled the club to make giant leaps forward in the last few seasons.



The 'skip' made his championship debut for Durham in 1992 and has had a spell in South Africa playing for Griqualand West in addition to making his mark as an all-rounder for Lancashire. Indeed, John took the helm at the club from another Lancashire hero Ian Austin having previously played for near-neighbours Spen Victoria. Cleckheaton Cricket Club has benefited enormously from a man who not only possesses ability as a cricketer but the family-man values that has made him respected by the rest of what is a largely young squad of players.

The "gentle giant" will be hoping to lose his gentle tag this year. Taking on opening bowling duties for the first time for some years he intends to give opposing batsmen a seriously hard time. Fellow opening bowler Iain Wardlaw has lost his opening partner of the last two seasons Craig Wiseman who has moved on to Windhill.

The loss of Mohammad "Zimmy" Zaman (hopefully for just this season), and overseas man Louis Aspeling has been more than counteracted by the important captures of Pakistan Under 19's Test Player Asif Khan and Mark Cummins from Esholt. Mark, one of the 1st Division's leading scorers last season with 749 runs at an average of 39.42, will add much to the club's batting line up. The return of Yorkshire's Andrew Gale, when available, will add further strength to the early batting.

The remainder of the line-up is as last season with Craig Thornton, something of an un-sung hero, once more taking on vice-captain duties. Last season his contributions in the middle order gained the Moorenders valuable wins after early order collapses. An intelligent cricketer, he goes about his business in an unfussy but professional manner and is possibly the best fielder the club has. Craig has taken some amazing catches with the huge hands he possesses and is the skipper's main confidante.

Brothers Ian and "Mally" Nicholson are both hoping for successful seasons. Both played important innings last term, but without being able to maintain the level of consistency that they would have liked. Mally, however, has already proved he is the division's leading keeper having captured the League's Wicketkeeping trophy for the past two seasons as well as the "Young Player of the Year Award" in 2007. Their father Neil the former Yorkshire, East Bierley, and Pudsey Congs player who joined Cleckheaton from Idle two seasons ago is once again taking on the duties of chaperoning his charges. He will once more be an important cog in the middle order.

Ian Wood is a genuine all-rounder and of course the skipper's brother whom he played alongside at Spen Victoria. Ian is a performer with a steely determination hidden beneath a pleasant exterior. A prime example of this determination was a game at Bowling Old Lane two seasons ago when Cleckheaton looked in serious danger of losing until six maidens on the trot from the player changed the whole complexion of the game.

Tom Pringle, this season free of his University commitments, is a young leg-spinner going from strength to strength. Whilst at University he was included in a winter tour of Sri Lanka where he showed his potential whilst gaining valuable experience. He is also a useful batsman who is hoping to force his way further up the batting order this season. Tom is a player with a very bright future who has rejected several offers from other clubs to stay at Moorend.

Opening fast bowler Iain Wardlaw, after joining us from Hartshead Moor the season before last, has carved out a good reputation for himself. Last season he established himself as the scourge of opposing batsmen and is rapidly improving game by game.

Some of the photographs above have been reproduced by kind permission of the Bradford Cricket League.
  
IAN WOOD


NEIL
NICHOLSON

IAIN
WARDLAW

Overseas player
ASIF KHAN
Pakistan
Under 19's Test Player


Vice Captain
CRAIG THORNTON




2009 CLECKHEATON 1st TEAM

Back: Asif Khan, Craig Thornton, Ian Wood, Ian Nicholson, Iain Wardlaw, Tom Pringle,
Front: Mark Cummins, Rhys Jowett, John Wood (Capt), "Mally" Nicholson, Shaun Howe, Neil Nicholson.




TWO CLECKHEATON PLAYERS WITH SOMETHING TO CELEBRATE IN 2009.


MALLY NICHOLSON'S
UNIQUE LEAGUE RECORD

With 35 victims to his name
Mally has again won the
Milton Watmough Wicketkeeping Trophy.

Both Nicky Rushworth and Dave Legood have won this trophy
three times in four years, but Mally becomes the first keeper to have picked up the award in three successive seasons, and this despite breaking a finger in the latter part of the campaign.
ANDREW GALE
BRADFORD & BINGLEY PLAYER OF THE YEAR.
Cleckheaton's Andrew Gale, picked up
this prestigious award voted for by Yorkshire members and supporters through their Club website. It was the biggest poll response that the county club has ever had. To quote Yorkshire's website, "the winner has shown true Yorkshire grit in the Championship middle-order and sparkled at the top of the one-day side. He enjoyed a tremendous Twenty20 Cup campaign, has scored 827 Championship runs including two centuries and made his England Lions debut against Australia in July."


BRADFORD CRICKET LEAGUE
1st TEAM FIXTURES & RESULTS ~ 2009

Date: Venue 1st Innings Score: 2nd Innings Score: Rslt Pnts Total
.
18/04
25/04
2/05
3/05
9/05
16/05
23/05
25/05
30/05
6/06
13/06
14/06
27/06
4/07
11/07
18/07
25/07
26/07
1/08
8/08
15/08
22/08
29/08
6/09
12/09
.
.
A
H
H
H
A
A
H
A
A
H
A
H
A
H
H
A
H
A
A
H
H
A
H
A
H
.
WOODLANDS
CLECKHEATON
HANGING HEATON
CLECKHEATON (P.Cup 1st Rnd)
YEADON
CLECKHEATON
CLECKHEATON
CLECKHEATON
BRAD & BINGLEY
EAST BIERLEY
CLECKHEATON
GOMERSAL
PUDSEY ST LAWRENCE
PUDSEY CONGS
WOODLANDS
CLECKHEATON
CLECKHEATON
CLECKHEATON
SALTAIRE
CLECKHEATON
BRAD & BINGLEY
CLECKHEATON
BAILDON
GOMERSAL
CLECKHEATON
.
.
227 for 9 Wkts
173 for 6 Wkts
163 All Out
187 All Out
171 All Out
80 for 3 Wkts
119 All Out
225 for 7 Wkts
248 for 5 Wkts
278 for 7 Wkts
180 All Out
268 for 9 Wkts
216 for 8 Wkts
199 All Out
123 All Out
200 for 6 Wkts
190 for 9 Wkts
133 for 5 Wkts
Did Not Bat
60 All Out
172 for 8 Wkts
119 All Out
187 for 9 Wkts
117 All Out
185 for 9 Wkts
.
CLECKHEATON
PUDSEY ST LAW
CLECKHEATON
YEADON. (P.Cup 1st Rnd)
CLECKHEATON
PUDSEY CONGS
SALTAIRE
MANNINGHAM MILLS
CLECKHEATON
CLECKHEATON
BAILDON
CLECKHEATON
CLECKHEATON
CLECKHEATON
CLECKHEATON
HANGING HEATON
YEADON
FARSLEY
CLECKHEATON
MANNINGHAM MILLS
CLECKHEATON
EAST BIERLEY
CLECKHEATON
CLECKHEATON
FARSLEY
.
.
108 All Out
176 for 5 Wkts
166 for 2 Wkts
188 for 5 Wkts
169 All Out
Did Not Bat
120 for 7 Wkts
124 All Out
159 All Out
274 for 9 Wkts
178 for 9 Wkts
221 All Out
219 for 4 Wkts
166 All Out
125 for 1 Wkt
170 All Out
148 All Out
Did Not Bat
Did Not Bat
61 for 5 Wkts
178 for 5 Wkts
123 for 4 Wkts
90 All Out
123 for 5 Wkts
142 All Out
.
Lost
Lost
Won
Lost
Lost
Draw
Lost
Won
Lost
Lost
Won
Lost
Won
Lost
Won
Won
Won
Draw
Draw
Lost
Won
Lost
Lost
Won
Won
.
4
4
17
-
5
2
3
20
4
8
17
8
18
7
16
19
18
3
2
2
17
2
4
15
18
.
4
8
25
25
30
32
35
55
59
67
84
92
110
117
133
152
170
173
175
177
194
196
200
215
233

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20/TWENTY CUP

FIXTURES & RESULTS ~ 2009
AFTER REACHING THE SEMI-FINAL
"FLOODLIT" STAGE OF THE "DYSON TWENTY/20 COMPETITION",
CLECKHEATON LOST BY 5 WICKETS TO THE EVENTUAL WINNERS PUDSEY ST LAWRENCE.




CLECKHEATON'S SEMI-FINAL TEAM. (Photo published by kind permission of Charlie Perry)
Back: Neil Nicholson, Mark Cummins, Craig Thornton, Iain Wardlaw, Ian Nicholson & Craig Blackburn.
Front: Mally Nicholson, Tom Pringle, Asif Khan, Shaun Howe & Joe Bowman.

CLECKHEATON. 148 for 5 Wkts. (20 Overs)
Mally Nicholson 34, Craig Thornton 29no, Mark Cummins 29no.

PUDSEY ST LAWRENCE. 150 for 5 Wkts (18.1-Overs)
Alex Stead 77no, Gareth Clough 24 (from 9 balls), Mark Robertshaw 19.
Mark Cummins 4-0-24-2.

Batting first with a pink ball in the half-light proved a disadvantage to the Moorenders; as it did the following evening to East Bierley. Cleckheaton, despite the early loss Asif Khan, made a quick start through Mally and Ian Nicholson. By the 6th over when Ian was out, the score had been pushed to 57, but after Mally was out for 34 at 61 the innings lost its momentum as the light became more difficult. A lack of boundaries (56 of their 148 runs came from 11 fours and 2 sixes) was the main cause of Cleckheaton's disappointing total. Unbeaten scores of 29 from both Craig Thornton, who was making an appearance in the Cleckheaton side for the first time for three months after recovering from injury, and Mark Cummins, in a stand of 68, finally gave Pudsey a total to chase although the batting side had to thank the bowlers for contributing 38 extra to their cause. Spectators almost saw the spectacle of "eight wides" being called when the ball slipping from James Smith's hand as he bowled nearly reached the boundary behind the wicket without bouncing.

Opener Alex Stead spearheaded Pudsey St Lawrence's pursuit with an unbeaten 77, but the innings that really turned the match belonged to Gareth Clough who had hit 24 runs from just 8 balls before finally having his stumps re-arranged by Cummins. Further scores from Mark Robertshaw (19) and Chris Marsden (12no) saw the "Saints" home with 11 balls to spare. Cummings was the pick of Cleckheaton's bowlers. He took 2 wickets in 3 balls before finishing with 2 for 24 from 4 overs.

In the second Semi-Final on the Wednesday evening between Bradford & Bingley and East Bierley, Bierley, batting first, struggled to reach 131, a total which the Wagon Laner's reached in the last over of their innings.

In the final on Thursday night, Cleckheaton's conquerers Pudsey St Lawrence scored a comfortable win against the home side, thanks to the pair that carried them to victory against Cleckheaton. Their total of 223 owed much to a 2nd wicket stand of 143 between Stead (97 from 50 balls) and Clough (64 from 32). Their score proved far too much for Bradford & Bingley to overhaul and they finished 45 runs short on 178 despite the benevolence of the "Saints" bowlers who contributed a further 40 extras to the 38 they had previously conceded against the Moorenders. Mark Robertshaw's 4 for 21 from 4 overs proved to be the best bowling figures of the tournament, although Bradford & Bingley's Chris Thompson with 6 wickets in his 2 games was the highest wicket taker. In the three matches, he provided the only maiden overs to be bowled, and certainly the most economical analysis thanks to his figures of 4-2-4-1 against East Bierley.

Photographs by Charlie Perry from the 20/20 Floodlit Finals and other games can be viewed by accessing the following website. If any players would like prints he is very inexpensive.
7.5-inch x 5-inch prints coat 3.00 each, and he can print bigger.
www.photos-by-charlie.fpic.co.uk


Date: .
.
12/05
19/05
02/06
16/06
23/06
30/06
07/07
21/07
10/08
18/08
.
Venue .
.
H
A
H
A
A
H
A
H
A
A
1st Innings .
.
CLECKHEATON
HARTSHEAD MOOR
CLECKHEATON
EAST BIERLEY
BRIGHOUSE
CLECKHEATON
LIGHTCLIFFE
CLECKHEATON
CLECKHEATON
CLECKHEATON
Score .
.
269 for 3 Wkts
Abandoned ~ Rain
151 All Out
183 All Out
101 All Out
176 for 5 Wkts
Abandoned ~ Rain
Abandoned ~ Rain
109 for 5 Wkts
148 for 5 Wkts
2nd Innings .
.
BRIGHOUSE
CLECKHEATON
LIGHTCLIFFE
CLECKHEATON
CLECKHEATON
HARTSHEAD MOOR
CLECKHEATON
EAST BIERLEY
FARSLEY
PUDSEY ST LAWRENCE
Score .
.
108 All Out
Abandoned ~ Rain
152 for 6 Wkts
97 All Out
102 for 5 Wkts
162 for 9 Wkts
Abandoned ~ Rain
Abandoned ~ Rain
104 for 9 Wkts
150 for 5 Wkts
Rslt
.
Won
Draw
Lost
Lost
Won
Won
Draw
Draw
Won
Lost
Pnts
.
4
1
0
0
4
4
1
1
Qtr.
Semi
Total
.
4
5
5
5
9
13
14
15
Final
Final
Date Venue 1st Innings Score 2nd Innings Score Rslt Pts Total
.
18/04
25/04
2/05
3/05
9/05
16/05
23/05
25/05
30/05
6/06
13/06
14/06
27/06
4/07
11/07
18/07
25/07
26/07
1/08
8/08
15/08
22/08
29/08
6/09
12/09
.
.
H
A
A
A
H
H
A
H
H
A
H
A
H
A
A
H
A
H
H
A
A
H
A
H
A
.
BAILDON
PUDSEY ST LAW
WOODLANDS
YEADON. PShield 1st Rnd
YEADON
CLECKHEATON
BOWLING OLD LANE
MORLEY
CLECKHEATON
EAST BIERLEY
FARSLEY
CLECKHEATON
PUDSEY ST LAW
KEIGHLEY
BAILDON
WOODLANDS
YEADON
CLECKHEATON
CLECKHEATON
CLECKHEATON
CLECKHEATON
EAST BIERLEY
CLECKHEATON
HANGING HEATON
UNDERCLIFFE
.
169 All Out
268 for 6 Wkts
167 All Out
130 All Out
176 All Out
148 All Out
139 All Out
83 All Out
213 All Out
No Play ~ Rain
272 for 7 Wkts
102 All Out
270 for 8 Wkts
88 All Out
210 for 7 Wkts
186 for 9 Wkts
188 for 8 Wkts
177 for 8 Wkts
Did Not Bat
140 All Out
177 All Out
306 for 9 Wkts
152 All Out
275 for 8 Wkts
179 for 5 Wkts
.
CLECKHEATON
CLECKHEATON
CLECKHEATON
CLECKHEATON. PShield
CLECKHEATON
KEIGHLEY
CLECKHEATON
CLECKHEATON
PUDSEY CONGS
CLECKHEATON
CLECKHEATON
HANGING HEATON
CLECKHEATON
CLECKHEATON
CLECKHEATON
CLECKHEATON
CLECKHEATON
UNDERCLIFFE
BOWLING OLD LANE
MORLEY
PUDSEY CONGS
CLECKHEATON
FARSLEY
CLECKHEATON
CLECKHEATON
.
64 All Out
129 All Out
158 All Out
104 All Out
107 All Out
121 All Out
119 All Out
84 for 7 Wkts
214 for 3 Wkts
No Play ~ Rain
273 for 4 Wkts
103 for 4 Wkts
151 All Out
90 for 1 Wkt
162 All Out
132 All Out
179 for 7 Wkts
158 All Out
Did Not Bat
109 All Out
34 for 0 Wkts
225 for 9 Wkts
158 for 4 Wkts
61 All Out
172 for 6 Wkts

.
.
Lost
Lost
Lost
Lost
Lost
Won
Lost
Won
Lost
Draw
Won
Lost
Lost
Won
Lost
Lost
Lost
Won
Draw
Won
Draw
Lost
Lost
Lost
Lost
.
.
5
4
6
-
5
16
5
15
5
2
18
2
6
15
5
5
7
18
2
15
5
9
4
4
4
.
5
9
15
15
20
36
41
56
61
63
81
83
89
104
109
114
121
139
141
157
162
171
175
179
183
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WAKEFIELD & DISTRICT CRICKET UNION
3rd TEAM FIXTURES & RESULTS ~ 2009

Date: Venue: 1st Innings Score: 2nd Innings Score: Rslt Points Total
.
26/04
10/05
24/05
07/06
28/06
05/07
12/07
19/07
26/07
02/08
16/08
23/08
. .
.
.
A
H
H
A
A
A
H
A
A
H
H
H
.
CLECKHEATON
ALMONDBURY WESLEYANS
CLECKHEATON
CLECKHEATON
CLECKHEATON
CLECKHEATON
HARTSHEAD MOOR
ALDMONDBURY WESLEYANS
CLECKHEATON
CLECKHEATON
NEW FARNLEY
CLECKHEATON
.
.
222 All Out
89 All Out
No Play
211 All Out
202 All Out
169 All Out
68 All Out
No Play
160 All Out
162 All Out
181 for 8 Wkts
237 for 5 Wkts
.
HARTSHEAD MOOR
CLECKHEATON
SPEN VICTORIA
MIRFIELD
NEW FARNLEY
GILDERSOME
CLECKHEATON
CLECKHEATON
SPEN VICTORIA
MIRFIELD
CLECKHEATON
GILDERSOME
.
176 for 9 Wkts
72 for 0 Wkts
No Play
84 All Out
203 for 2 Wkts
173 for 6 Wkts
69 for 7 Wkts
No Play
161 for 5 Wkts
133 All Out
87 All Out
237 for 5 Wkts
.
WON
WON
DRAW
WON
LOST
LOST
WON
DRAW
LOST
WON
LOST
WON
.


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TEAM: Played Won Lost Draw Tie Bttg Bwlg Pens Points
.
..BAILDON
..BRADFORD & BINGLEY
..EAST BIERLEY
..PUDSEY CONGS
..PUDSEY ST LAWRENCE
..WOODLANDS
..CLECKHEATON
..FARSLEY
..YEADON
..GOMERSAL
..SALTAIRE
..HANGING HEATON
..MANNINGHAM MILLS
.
.
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
.
15
15
13
12
10
11
10
9
9
8
9
6
8
.
6
6
6
7
11
10
11
14
11
13
11
15
14
.
3
2
5
5
3
3
3
1
4
3
3
3
2
.
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
.
53
52
74
61
70
44
46
45
48
55
33
65
54
.
108
99
91
80
81
82
81
91
85
87
88
70
75
.
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
1
22
.
317
310
304
271
257
242
233
228
228
228
222
200
191

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TEAM: Played Won Lost Draw Tie Bttg Bwlg Pens Points
.
..PUDSEY ST LAWRENCE
..HANGING HEATON
..BOWLING OLD LANE
..FARSLEY
..BAILDON
..YEADON
..EAST BIERLEY
..WOODLANDS
..MORLEY
..PUDSEY CONGS
..CLECKHEATON
..UNDERCLIFFE
..KEIGHLEY
.
.
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
.
17
15
15
13
14
13
11
11
8
8
6
6
3
.
5
8
5
8
8
8
8
11
15
13
15
16
20
.
2
1
4
3
2
3
5
2
1
3
3
2
1
.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
.
64
61
52
54
45
43
57
57
40
35
37
52
28
.
101
94
86
94
92
83
77
78
89
88
80
66
71
.
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
.
338
307
296
284
280
261
254
249
211
208
183
182
131

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1st TEAM AVERAGES
ALL BRADFORD LEAGUE & CUP MATCHES.
END SEASON 2009

BATTING: Inns: No's: H/Score: Runs: Average:
.
1. JOHN WOOD
2. MARK CUMMINS
3. ASIF KHAN
4. IAN WOOD
5. IAN NICHOLSON
6. NEIL NICHOLSON
7. ANDREW GALE
8. TOM PRINGLE
9. MALLY NICHOLSON
10. RHYS JOWETT
11. CRAIG THORNTON
12. IAIN WARDLAW
.
.
22
24
15
19
23
22
2
16
22
12
6
15
.
0
4
2
6
2
5
0
4
0
0
2
5
.
71
80
78*
48
80*
65*
34
43*
81
29
35*
28
.
652
561
330
295
466
371
37
210
335
140
41
90
.
29.64
28.05
25.38
22.69
22.19
21.82
18.50
17.50
15.23
11.67
10.25
9.00
BOWLING: Overs Mdns Runs Wkts Average

1. IAN WOOD
2. JOHN WOOD
3. MARK CUMMINS
4. TOM PRINGLE
5. IAIN WARDLAW
.
195.2
136.4
159.3
186.4
248.4
.
35
31
30
27
39
.
720
429
529
811
1064
.
42
24
25
35
41
.
17.14
17.88
21.16
23.17
25.95

WICKET KEEPING: Stumped: Caught: Total Victims:
.
CHRIS DYER

.
.
5
0
.
13
.
36
3
BRADFORD LEAGUE FIELDING AWARDS
.
TOM PRINGLE 2 Awards, NEIL NICHOLSON, CRAIG THORNTON, IAIN WARDLAW & JOHN WOOD 1 Award each.


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2nd TEAM AVERAGES
ALL BRADFORD LEAGUE & CUP MATCHES.
END SEASON 2009

BATTING: Inns: No's: H/Score: Runs: Average:
.
1. CHRIS DOBSON
2. MASAVER MASADIQ
3. RHYS JOWETT
4. GARETH JOWETT
5. IKRAM UL HAQ
6. CRAIG BLACKBURN
7. SHAUN HOWE
8. RUSSELL NOBLE
9. CHRIS DYER
10. ADAM FEARNLEY
11. IAN GATENBY
12. JOE BOWMAN
.
.
15
17
7
15
8
13
13
21
21
9
4
18
.
1
2
0
0
2
0
5
2
0
2
0
3
.
85
107*
90
91
28
69
57*
52
46
23*
18
24
.
368
352
163
344
134
262
147
318
338
97
44
131
.
26.29
23.47
23.29
22.93
22.33
20.15
18.38
16.74
16.10
13.86
11.00
8.73
BOWLING: Overs Mdns Runs Wkts Average

1. ADAM FEARNLEY
2. STUART HOULBROOK
3. FRASER GREEN
4. JOE BOWMAN
5. GARETH JOWETT
6. SHAUN HOWE
7. IKRAM UL HAQ
8. SHAHID REHMAN
.
103.0
239.3
41.2
88.0
98.1
95.0
66.0
117.0
.
23
40
8
9
15
17
9
20
.
338
802
141
405
406
388
235
513
.
22
49
8
15
15
13
7
15
.
15.36
16.37
17.63
27.00
27.07
29.85
33.57
34.20

WICKET KEEPING: Stumped: Caught: Total Victims:
.
CHRIS DYER
.
.
7
.
13
.
20

BRADFORD LEAGUE FIELDING AWARDS
.
CRAIG BLACKBURN 2 Awards, JOE BOWMAN, IAN GATENBY, STUART HOULBROOK, & RUSSELL NOBLE 1 Award each.

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