Bultitude wins at Cricket Awards
ADAM Bultitude's impressive all-round season in Clarence River Third Grade was recognised on Saturday night at the Tucabia end-of-season awards.
Bultitude's double of 376 runs and 21 wickets helped him claim the batting and bowling awards, as well as the club all-rounder trophy.
Greg Mears' 118 not out took the highest individual score title, while Adrian Boyd was the rookie of the year and Brayden Pardoe the junior player in grade.
Matt Kroehnert's 179 runs was the first grade leader and Chris Adamson's 27 scalps took the bowling title.
In the junior grades, the presentation was held at Westlawn Primary School on April 7.
Tyson Blackadder scored 110 runs and took eight wickets in the under-12s, with Trent Roberts named the team player.
Dylan Adamson belted 193 runs in under-14s, with Callum Barnier and Jesse Powell sharing the bowling award.
Dylan Newton was the team player winner.
In the under-16s Pardoe took the batting title, with Joe Pigg's six scalps and Sam Herd's five catches taking those respective trophies. Ethan Nelson was the team player.