The GM Cricket World Batting Awards 2014
GM and Cricket World are delighted to announce the launch of the 2014 Batting Awards.
CricketWorld.com and the world renowned cricket manufacturer Gunn & Moore have teamed up to provide a monthly award for the leading batting performance.
The winner each month (May-September 2014) will receive a Gunn and Moore Original LE bat of their choice (see GM™'s unique Bat Selector) and all winners will receive an invitation to visit the famous Gunn & Moore factory in Nottingham after the season.
The winner will be chosen each month by the Editorial panel and their decision will be based on either an individual performance or a succession of individual performances or a team/club performance during that month.
The Editorial panel is aware that there are a number of ex-professional and current pro-cricketers in the Leagues and their decisions on the winners are weighted towards the 'non-professional' club cricketers' performances and their decisions are final.
Please use the form below to register your own batting performances (or your club/school player performances) and use the batting performance field to write a few words about why it was so special.
A wonderful day was had by all celebrating the outstanding performances by young cricketers during last season at the GM Factory.
Following a fun packed day, for the winners of the GM Experience Day, of coaching, a tour of the Gunn and Moore factory and interviewing Nottinghamshire CCC and England stars Chris Read and Samit Patel.
Another fantastic month for the Gunn & Moore Cricket World Batting Award. Some great performances and records - individual, partnerships and team
After some amazing batting performances again this month from around the club cricket scene, the July Gunn & Moore Cricket World batting award goes to 17-year-old Dom Gerenscer.
After an amazing month for batting performances across the UK including individual and team performances the Cricket World Gunn & Moore Batting Award for June 2014 has been won by Gorran CC.
Eltham College's George Haley has won the first monthly GM Cricket World Batting Award ofr the season, thanks to a stunning effort in May.