Middlesex 2018 OSCA Winners' trophies presented at Lord's
The Outstanding Service to Cricket Awards (OSCAs) aim to reward the contribution volunteers make to cricket. Without the hours of dedication provided by our volunteers, the game would not be sustainable in England & Wales.
As such, the England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB) established the OSCAs in 2003 as part of a wider volunteer programme for cricket, which gives clubs advice on recruiting, recognising and rewarding volunteers.
Each year the ECB invites the 39 County Boards to nominate their County Winners for national award consideration, shortlisted nominees are invited to a National Awards ceremony at the Home of Cricket, Lords in October annually.
The Middlesex OSCA’s are wonderfully supported by Lexus Edgware Road, the official vehicle partner of Middlesex Cricket. The six county winners collected their awards from Lexus Edgware Road's General Manager, Diana Mackinnon, and David Spencer. General Sales Manager, plus Middlesex Cricket’s President John Emburey on the hallowed turf at Lords Cricket Ground on the 2nd August. Applauded by over a crowd of just under 20,000, the volunteers were blown away by their experience and hospitality enjoyed on the day, all made possible by this successful partnership.
Congratulations to all the Middlesex 2018 OSCA Winners
Services to Disability Cricket – Quentin Beningfield (picture 1)
Lifetime Achiever – Ajit Vyas (picture 2)
Heart Beat of the Club – Ian Crichton (picture 3)
Officials – Tina Semmens & Lizzy Condor (picture 4)
All Star Club of the Year – Highgate CC (picture 5)
Leagues – Andy Newton (could not attend the evening – not pictured)
Everyone at Middlesex Cricket and Lexus Edgware Road wishes our County winners the very best of luck for the 2018 National Awards.