Cricket World GM Young Performance Winners Factory Tour and Presentation
A great day was had by everyone at the annual Cricket World GM Young Performance Winners Factory Tour and Presentation Day.
Winners from all over the UK gathered, in Nottingham, for a tour around the Gunn and Moore cricket bat factory today and were then treated to Q&A session with Nottinghamshire CCC fast bowler Luke Fletcher.
At the presentation, Alastair Symondson, Head of Media at Cricket World and Ian Wright, Player Sponsorship Manager at GM Cricket, congratulated all the winners for their excellent performances and each of them received special mementos of their achievements from Luke Fletcher after the tour.
Ian Wright, Player Sponsorship Manager GM Cricket, commented on the Cricket World GM Young Performance Awards: “ We have been investing in the future of cricket since 1885 so we are delighted to be supporting this Junior Cricket initiative to encourage the stars of tomorrow.”
Alastair Symondson, Head of Media at Cricket World said: “It’s great to be able to recognize the achievements of young players like this, which would not be possible without the support of GM Cricket.”
Gemma Porter – Alton CC – first female to score a century in the I’Anson League
Ashley Oakes - Winterbourne CC - match-winning spell of 8-3-14-6
Dougie Walkden Hollinsend U11 - All round performance in a match and then he made his competitive debut for Derbyshire U10 and got his first wicket all in same week!
Sam Roberts Marsden CC - took the remarkable figures of 5 wickets for 2
Holly Mayers became the first female player to play in Buckley 1st XI’s history today after replacing her dad as sub.
Amy Hills - Hutton CC (103) and sister Rosie Hills - Hutton CC (5fer) – in same match!
Aditya Kumar - Bromley CC - Maiden century
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