They still have a game to come but Tamworth Vets cricketers celebrated their season on Saturday night.
The top performers for the over-50s, over-60s and over-70s were recognised.
Peter Boyd was a standout in the 70s winning the batting aggregate and average, and players player. He also shared the bowling aggregate honours with Terry Murphy, while Mike Cashman won the bowling average and fielding award.
Captain Steve Wilson took out the batting aggregate and bowling average for the 50s, who play the Doug Walters Cup final on Sunday.
Peter Mead was named players' player while Ben Crowe won the batting average, Phil Constable the bowling aggregate and Chris Paterson the fielding award.
Olly Taylor was the players' player for the 60s and also topped the wickets.
Andrew Stevenson also doubled up winning the batting aggregate and fielding award. Greg Kellett had the best average with the bat for the season and Brad Sutherland the best with the ball.
In recognition of his long-standing service to the vets, Grahame Davies was honoured with life membership. He and wife Gail were also awarded the services to Tamworth vets award, while Jean Yates won the ladies support and Arthur Yates was named the overall players' player.
It isn't necessarily a player but someone who helps out during games.
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