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CONGRATULATIONS to the following players who were their team's Best Team Player or Most Improved for the 2021/22 Season.

A note about our awards:

Best Team Player - This is awarded to a player who is valuable to the team with equal consideration given to their performance and attitude. The recipient is a competent cricketer who contributes to their team on and off field, is encouraging of their teammates, plays with resilience, integrity and is respectful of coaches and management and opposition. The recipient consistently display KJCC's value of fair play and a positive attitude.

Most Improved - This is awarded to recognise a player who is committed to developing their cricket skills and works hard to achieve their goals. The recipient  has shown stand out improvement in various areas of the game. This player has demonstrated determination in setting personal goals and achieving them and contributes to the team. This award is not exclusive to developing players, but can equally be awarded to competent and confident cricketer who have improved throughout the season. This player also demonstrates KJCC's values of fair play and positive attitude.

We also congratulate Ralph Kirkland on being the recipient of the Phil Cook Memorial Trophy for the Year 8 club player of the year and Angus Bumby on being the Spirit of Cricket Award recipient 

Saturday Cricket​​​​​​​

Year

Team Name

Best team player

Most improved

Year 2

Fireballs

Asher Barnes

Robbie Kenning

Year 2

Vikings

Bradley Mudge

Chakshay Arora

Year 3

Hawks

Tobin Bumby

Flynn Doig

Year 3

Sharks

Harry MacKenzie

Lily Beard

Year 4

Pacemasters

Alek Debski

Victor King

Year 4

Strikers

Pranav Nayanar

Thomas Johnson

Year 4

Kings

Gabriel Blackmore

Monty Webb

Year 5

Titans

William Walmsley

Maximilian Geiringer

Year 5

Typhoons

Charlie Kettle

Max Woodcock

Year 6

Eagles

Alfie Barraud

Maxwell Ellingham

Year 6

Jaguars

Oliver de Haast

Lewis Kenworthy

Year 7

Hihis

Cooper Witts

Rohan Naik

Year 7

Kiwis

Saurav Navalkar

Henry Ellwood

Year 7

Kakas

Henry Woodman

Jakob Dann

Year 7

Kakapos

James Bigwood

Finn O'Connor

Year 8

Keas

George Faafoi-Rogers

Shreyas Bangera

Year 8

Tuis

Ralph Kirkland

Angus Myer

Year 8

Orcas

Liam Humm

Nick Wallace

Year 5-6

Kereru Girls' Softball

Tessa Kallarackel

Ella McLeod

Ralph Kirkland - 2021/22 Phil Cook Memorial Trophy winner