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Cricket: Aspiring stars honoured with End of Season Awards

Cricket: Aspiring stars honoured with End of Season Awards

A host of talented cricketers at Rydal Penrhos were acknowledged for their excellent contributions throughout another outstanding season with individual awards.

Lancashire youth product Arran Sen enjoyed a remarkable first season at Rydal Penrhos, has his exceptional impact saw him come away with the Year 7 Player of the Year title, with fellow Beecholme boarder Laurence Richardson scooping the Most Improved Player accolade.

The determination and quality demonstrated by Jacob Cousins throughout the campaign saw him take home the Year 8 Player of the Year honour, and Chay Bonnington’s outstanding progression enabled him to secure the Most Improved Player of the Season in the same category.

Anthony Bowe further enhanced his growing reputation last term and deservedly picked up the Year 9 Player of the Year, with the Most Improved Player award going to sports scholar Josh Lynch.

The highly motivated Sam Bixby, who has been making an impact for Menai Bridge Seconds during the summer, added to his growing list of achievements with the Year 10 Player of the Year distinction, and rounding off the achievements was Matthew Chan, who came away with the Most Improved Player of the Year.

Head of Cricket Mike Leach, said: “It was another very impressive year across all age groups, with each pupil developing and learning from each competitive match experiences in addition to their training programme.

“We have a lot of talent here at Rydal Penrhos, and they also work incredibly hard on improving all aspects of their game, so we have high hopes for next season with the additions of Welsh youth internationals Owen Reilly and Josh Massey to the school community.”

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