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BCA rewards players for 2012 perfomances
MANY of the islandís cricketers gathered at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre on Saturday for the Barbados Cricket Associationís Awards ceremony for the 2012 season.
From the Goddard Enterprises Schools Division, Second Division, Intermediate, First and Elite Division, players were rewarded for their outstanding contributions throughout last yearís season.
In the Schools Division, St. Micahel School was the toast of the town carrying off the Zone Championship and the Playoffs as well as the Champion of Champions.
In the rebranded Elite Division, formerly the First Division, the Sagicor-sponsored University of the West Indies etched their names in the pages of history when they won all the formats of their Division over the season.
They also carried off a number of individual awards such as the Bowler with the Most Wickets, Akeem Dewar with 52 wickets, and the Batsman with the Most Runs, Jonathan Carter with 648 runs.
The other individual awards in the LIME Elite Division went to Jason Haynes from ICBL Empire who was the Fielder with the Most Catches with 15, and he was tied with Shane Parris from CGI Maple.
The Wicketkeeper with the Most Dismissals went to Jabbar Niles from Super Centre Spartan with 25.
In the Sagicor Twenty/20 only Dewar collected an individual award for his bowling once again, as he was the Most Economical Bowler.
The Nowler with the Most Wickets was Aaron Jones from Guardian General Barbados Youth with 19, while Jared Gilkes from Pickwick was the Fielder with the Most Catches with 10. Shane Dowrich from YMPC was the Wicketkeeper with the Most Sismissals with 17, while Kevin Stoute from ICBL Empire was the Batsman with the Most Runs with 425 and Roston Chase from ICBL Empire was the Best All-Rounder with 308 runs and 10 wickets.
LIME Sports Club also had an impressive season as they won the First Division and the Intermediate Division. The second Division was won by PHD St. Johnís Cultural.
The Most Improved Cricketer was Marradon Bend from Super Centre Spartan, while the Most Improved Youth Cricketer was Craig St. Hill from Guardian General Barbados Youth.
The Most Improved Female Cricketer was Kyshona Knight, while her sister Kycia Knight was the Most Outstanding Female Cricketer. (CG)