News day / Singh, who played in net three (9-13 years) last season, won the player of the year award for nets three, four and five. Singh also won the most outstanding award and a batting prize for his accomplishments in net three.
Kadoo won the player of the year award for nets one and two, along with an Under-17 challenge trophy. President of The Harvard Club, Mervyn Rawlins, thanked everyone who made the 2017 season a success.
It is good to see so many of you here. Special words of appreciation must go out to the parents whose active support for the children is vital to the success of each child and to the clinic, Rawlins said.
We also take this opportunity to express our heartfelt appreciation for the tireless work being performed by the coaches and administrators. They came out every week of the clinic to selflessly contribute their knowledge and skill to the development of their young charges.
Net Five (5-8 years)
Most Outstanding – Alex Jogie
Batting Prize – Deshawn Williams
Bowling Prize – Meghan Patram
Single Wicket Champion – Meghan Patram
Net Four (8-10 years) Most Outstanding – Jordan Bryce
Batting Prize – Jordan Bryce
Bowling Prize – Ethan John
Single Wicket Champion – Kyla Latchman
Double Wicket Champion – Nathan Feeles/Sydney Dimsoy
Net Three (9-13 years)
Most Outstanding – Darius Singh
Batting Prize – Darius Singh
Bowling Prize – Akeil Richards
Single Wicket Champion – Akash Singh
Nets One and Two (14-18 years)
Most Outstanding – Ravi Kadoo
Single Wicket Champion – Tristan Gray
Nets Three, Four, Five
Challenge Trophy/Player of the Year – Darius Singh
Nets One and Two
Challenge Trophy/Player of the Year – Ravi Kadoo
Under-17 Challenge Trophy – Ravi Kadoo.
Singh, Kadoo earn Harvard cricket honours
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