Matching Green Cricket Club - Jack Petchey Award

Matching Green CC winners

        Finn Heywood-Law   
 Finn has made huge strides in the past year and is a a key member of the 2nd XI   
May   Jamie King                  
Jamie is a well liked lad and is very dedicated to improving his cricket  
September Nancy Lorimer           
Nancy is a regular attendee to coaching and is well liked by her peers.

January         Fabian Dowell             Started playing senior cricket and has taken it in his stride. Really coming out of his shell.
May   Jack Dainton          
Always got a smile on his face. Well liked by everyone in the club. A good learner. 

September Scout Neville          Performed well beyond her years in senior cricket for our 2nd XI this season. Well liked by everyone. 


January Tom Burton-Gidman Tom has been hard at work with his studying, but is re-establishing himself in the club.
May   Felix Tofts           Felix has been a valuable help with Junior Coaching session this year.
September James Galley James is a very likeable  lad and always available to help.

January         Joel Moscow.                  
Joel has managed to mix a budding career in the NHS with playing cricket. Great lad loved by all. 
May   George Liversidge          
George's batting has improved a lot this year. The most polite boy in the club. A real credit.
September Jack Porter                     Jack is an ever improving all round sportsman, keen to help with anything around the club.


January         Charlie Bennett Charlie is a great character and well loved by his pier group.
May   Oliver Hutley With a slightly mischievious misdemeanour Olly has progressed to playing regular senior cricket and has performed well.
September Cailán Neville His wicketkeeping has improved beyond measure and his 'never say die' attitude is quite infectious.

January         Lorcán Neville Lorcán is a very popular member of his peer group. Always keen to impress and help.
May   Olly Hartnell Olly realises the more hard work he puts into practise the better player and overall person he will be. 
September William Cutlan-Smyth An extraordinary season performing very well in HECL becoming the HECL 2018 Division 1 Player of the Year


January         Max Smith Enthusiastic and a great help to coaches especially during matches. Making great progress.
May Orlaithe Neville Helping with Junior Coaching and a fore-bearer of girls playing cricket at MGCC.
September              Josh Hutley             Made the transition to senior cricket and completely took it in his stride. Always available to help.


January         Simon Wasley Assisting with the club's Junior Coaching sessions and an excellent season bowling and batting for 1st XI.
May Oliver Tofts Helped with Junior Coaching (as part of DofE bronze) and improved self confidence as a result
September Rory Kenney              Good attendance at coaching and help with outfield and grounds

LEADER AWARD Simon Hartnell
January         Luke Withers Great commitment with assisting at Junior coaching and securing a place in the senior 2nd XI
May Max Hunt Made a huge jump in ability and now a valued member of the senior 2nd XI
September Harry Lees Assisting with the club's Junior Coaching sessions and an excellent season keeping wicket for 1st XI.

January         Joe Scanlon Passed his Coach Support Worker Course and now helps regularly with Junior coaching
May Matthew Taylor Fantastic commitment to the club and now a valuable member of the club's management committee
September Jack Scantlebury A huge presence at the club and also excelling at high level rugby for Bishop's Stortford RC.

January         Charlie Bass For his commitment and involvement in the club despite starting a new job in London
May Nick Robinson Growing in confidence and assistance with team secretary duties
September Tom Hobbs For commitment in helping with end of season work parties despite living in London now

January         Sam Figg Despite being in his last year at Uni, completed and passed his Cricket Coaching Level 2 qualification
May Jed Scanlon Made a huge effort in raising club funds by completing in the Harlow Rotary Club Annual Abseil event.
September James Malyon Shown great commitment towards the club both during the season and after despite now being away at Uni.

September Jonathan Taylor Made a big impact in his first season at the club, both on and off the field and showed huge commitment

Established in 1999, The Jack Petchey Foundation gives grants to programmes and projects that benefit young people aged 11-25. Since it has been established the Foundation has awarded grants totalling over £65million.

The Achievement Award Scheme aims to enable schools, colleges and youth organisations to recognise, reward and celebrate the achievements of their young people. Jack Petchey wants young people to raise their aspirations, believe in themselves and make a contribution to their society.

Achievement Awards are designed to recognise a wide range of achievement. It is not just about being clever, or gifted, but about putting the effort in and doing your best.

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