Archit Patel was the big winner at the Three Bridges Cricket Club’s annual awards night on Friday.
Patel picked up second team Bowler of the Year and the club’s Young Player of the Year.
Patel was the club’s overall wicket taker with 49 wickets at an average of 21.34.
Clubman of the Year went to fifth team skipper Rob Jacobs.
Matt Blandford was the club’s Player of the Year - he took 37 wickets at an avergae of 15.29 and shone for the seconds and firsts.
Danny Alderman, first team skipper, awarded bowler of the year to Mike Rose while overseas star Ben Speake was Batsman of the Year.
Josh Price was second team Batsman of the Year and Patel was Bowler of the Year.
Matt Barnard once again was third team Bowler of the Year while Ross Legg pick up Batsman of the Year.
The successful fourth team skipper Mike Ripley, whose team were promoted from the West Sussex League Division Six, presented his awards to Tim Lunnon (bowler) and Luke Johnson (batting).
The fifth team awards went to Nigel Draude (battiing) and Ted Elsey (bowling).
Mark Dunford was also mentioned for his contribution to the thirds and fourth teams taking 26 wickets and hitting 182 runs.