Middlesex Community League and Community T20 Awards presented at Lord’s
At Lord’s, during the tea intervals of yesterday’s and Thursday’s play, Middlesex County Cricket Club presented awards to the teams and individual winners of both the Middlesex Community T20 Cricket League and the Middlesex Community Cricket League, both which have been running over the summer months in two of the counties East London boroughs.
Middlesex Community T20 Cricket League
On Thursday, on the outfield in front of the Lord’s Pavilion, winners of the Community T20 Cricket League were lucky enough to receive their awards from none other than former England and Middlesex Captain, Mike Gatting.
The Community T20 League, played on Victoria Park on Sundays, saw twelve sides take part in a competitive twenty over format tournament. Spilt into two groups of six, all sides competed to determine their overall finishing places in Groups A and B. The top three sides in each group then progressed to compete in a round robin format to determine the competitions overall League Champions, whilst the bottom three sides in each group competed in the same format, to determine the Plate winners.
Trophies and Awards were handed out by Mike Gatting to the following winners in the Community T20 Cricket League:
• League Top Run Scorer: Rahat Quadir (Moulvibazar CC)
• League leading Wicket Taker: Mohammed Ripon Noor (Moulvibazar CC)
• Fair Play Award for Team of the season / MCC Spirit of Cricket: United CC
• Plate winners: Hackney Tigers
• League Champions: Moulvibazar CC
Middlesex Community Cricket League - sponsored by Deal Direct and GB Enterprises
On Friday, it was Middlesex’s MD of Cricket, Angus Fraser’s turn to do the honours, as winners of the Community Cricket League were also presented with their awards and trophies in front of the famous Pavilion on the outfield at Lord’s.
The Community Cricket League, played on Hackney Marshes in Midweek over the summer, saw eight sides take part in a quick-fire sixteen over format tournament. Spilt into two groups of four, all sides competed to determine their finishing places, before the top two in each group entered the Champions Group, whilst the bottom two in each group competed for the Plate.
Trophies and Awards were handed out by Angus Fraser to the following winners in the Community Cricket League:
• The League’s top run scorer was Zubair Ghardiwala
• The League’s leading Wicket Taker was Ibrahim Mulla
• The “All-rounder” award goes to Haroon Alibhai
• League Champions: North London Muslim CC
• Plate Winners: Leyton Stallions CC
Middlesex County Cricket Club would like to pass on our thanks to each of the sides who took part in the leagues and our hearty congratulations goes to all of the winners. Sincere thanks from the club also goes to the Community Cricket League sponsors, Deal Direct and GB Enterprises.