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Kings Langley’s Mark Brazier named player of year
6:40pm Thursday 19th September 2013 in Sport
Kings Langley Cricket Club celebrated the end of a successful season at their annual awards night Mark Brazier was named first team player of the season.
Brazier took an impressive 62 league wickets at an average of 12.5 as the Firsts narrowly missed out on promotion from Division Two as they finished in fourth place.
Tony Morton claimed the accolade for the Seconds as he scored 602 runs, the highest number of runs scored at the club with the side finishing comfortably in mid-tale in Division Ten.
After taking 30 wickets at under eight a piece Gordon Sambidge took the Thirds player of the season award as the Division Six side ended the season one place below the promotion places in fourth.
Finishing with an impressive batting average of 94 Tom Templeton won the prize for the Fourths on route to help them clinch promotion as they claimed the runners up in Division 14.
Anyone interested in playing with Kings Langley should contact Kevin Rolfe on email@example.com.
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