Well done to all the players who have helped to make this such a successful year. We were all worried about how the season would turn out but we have played many more matches than last year and have welcomed a number of new players which is good for the club. Let's look for more consistency next year and push for promotion - we fell away a little towards the end!
There have been some changes at the top of the Honours list. Tamil and Prem were overtaken by Sami and Khan - congratulations to them - but Tamil made sure that he stayed at the top in the fielding list, sharing that with Mano. Congratulations to all. A special mention should be made about Sami who passed 1000 runs for the season - a wonderful effort.
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The 1st XI finished 4th in Division 1 Met/West with 236 points, one point behind Old Elthamians - the winners were Chis and West Kent with 285 points.
Congratulations to Tamil who was 9th in the Batting Honours with 332 runs and Mano who was 10th with 279 runs. Khan, with 25 wickets and an average of 17.84 was 7th in the Bowling Honours. In the Fielding Honours, Mano finished 5th with 11 victims and Tamil finished 8th with 10 victims.
The 2nd XI finished 3rd in Division 5 Met/West with 226 points - Bromley Common won the League with 274 points.
Congratulations to Andy who scored 238 runs and finished 7th in the Batting Honours. Three bowlers did really well, topped by Logu at 8th, with 17 wickets (average 15.18), Josh at 11th, 14 wickets (average 14.29) and Mathan at 13th with 13 wickets (average 14.62). In the Fielding Honours, despite all the abuse directed his way all season, Nick finished 2nd with 11 victims and Mathan finished 9th with 6 victims.
Well done to all. We can look forward with some confidence to next year.