Juniors 2000

Burton Leonard Under 11's

Year 2000 Final League Table

TeamPoints
Kirk Deighton16
Burton Leonard12
Pateley Bridge10
Bilton8
Beckwithshaw2
North Stainley0

Burton Leonard Under 11 Awards 2000

Most Improved PlayerThomas Moffat
Best BowlerAli Wilson
Best FielderSimon Parkes
Best BatsmanChris Parker

Best Performances

Robert McDowall11* & 1-7v Kirk Deighton
Ali Wilson13*v Bilton
Robert McDowall2-8v Bilton
James Cuthbert2-9v Beckwithshaw
Robert McDowall2-10v Beckwithshaw
Robert McDowall23* & 1-4v North Stainley
Chris Parker3-8v North Stainley
Ali Wilson4-10v Beckwithshaw
Robert McDowall21 & 2-7v Pateley Bridge
Ali Wilson3-5v Pateley Bridge
Chris Parker12*v Pateley Bridge
Thomas Moffat2-6v Pateley Bridge
Simon Parkes1-1v Kirk Deighton
Andy WoodsFieldingv Bilton
Conor Bagnall12v Bilton
Ali Wilson2-7v Bilton
Michael BaldwinCover Drivev North Stainley
Scott Middleton2-2v North Stainley
Robert McDowall22*v North Stainley
Chris Parker16*v North Stainley
Ian Barker12*v North Stainley

Averages

BatsmanRunsOutsAverage
Chris Parker59059.0
Robert McDowall108254.0
Ali Wilson60230.0
Ian Barker22211.0
Oliver Moffat31310.3
Conor Bagnall3548.8
Simon Parkes2546.2

BowlerRunsWktsAvR/R
Ali Wilson56134.32.4
Robert McDowall6797.42.9
Chris Parker76710.94
Scott Middleton732.32.3
Thomas Moffat1443.52.3
Jonathon Duffy41313.73.4
Oliver Moffat49316.34.4

Burton Leonard Under 13's

We had a total of 16 players, 15 of whom batted and 14 of whom bowled, with varying degrees of success. We had a reasonably successful season winning 5 matches, loosing 5, tying 1 and 1 with no result. This gave us 12 points and a respectable mid table finish.

The batting trophy was won by Tom Wells with an excellent average of 21.16, in fact 7 of the boys had an average of more than 15 in the batting department. Wickets were hard to come by, the averages were topped by Alex Duffield (well done), with an average of 14.75. The lads fielded confidently and competently during the season, completing a total of 12 catches and 13 run-outs.

The most improved player of the season award was a difficult decision, with several boys in contention, but after much deliberation the award went to Simeon Baines, who's batting and fielding improved immensely during the season (however his bowling and hair colour DID NOT).

I would like to thank the boys and their parents for their commitment during the season, and hope for more success next season.

Yours

Evan Challis.

P.S. Due to the inclement weather the Single Wicket Tournament was cancelled. I have therefore taken the decision to award the Player of the Season Trophy to Tom Wells.

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