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Presentation Photos Of The New Gardiner Brothers NCU Awards

Robin Walsh / Rowland White

Presentation photos of the new Gardiner Brothers NCU awards for Premier and Senior League players who score a century, take at least six wickets or perform a hat trick. The awards were presented by Michael Warke of Gardiner Brothers and Peter McMorran, President of the NCU.

All Photos (c) Rowland White/PressEye


James Shannon receives one of the new Gardiner Brothers
NCU awards for his 108 in the club's victory over CSNI in May.
 
Ballymena Cricket Club's Stephen Colgan (second left) and George Glass on behalf of his grandson John Glass receive the new Gardiner Brothers NCU awards Both batsmen scored centuries on the first day of the season in a convincing win over Saintfield: in a partnership of over 200, John hit 120 and Stephen 103.


Larne cricketer Dan Lawrence receives one of the new Gardiner Brothers NCU awards for his bowling analysis of 6 for 21 in the club's victory over Saintfield in May.
 
Templepatrick Cricket Club's Peter Shepherd on behalf of colleague John Busby receives one of the new Gardiner Brothers NCU awards for his remarkable bowling analysis of 6 for just 5 runs in the club's victory over Cooke Collegians in May.


Aaron Johnston receives one of the new Gardiner Brothers NCU awards for his undefeated 127 in the victory over Dundrum in May.
 
Armagh cricketers Neil Gelston (second left) and Ben Mackey receive the new Gardiner Brothers NCU awards. Neil scored an undefeated 140 in the victory over Derriaghy at the start of the season and Ben bowled the club to success over Holywood with figures of 6-21.


Donacloney Mill cricketer Rahul Desai receives two of the new Gardiner Brothers NCU awards. Rahul won his awards for his 112 against Lurgan and 152 against Holywood in early June, both of which took his side to victory.
 
Lisburn cricketer Gionne Koopman picks up three of the new Gardiner Brothers NCU awards. Gionne won two off his own bat with an undefeated 160 against Carrick and 102 against Instonians and he also received an award for team mate Neil Doak whose off spin netted him 6-37 in the game against Instonians.


Carrick cricketers Pat Botha and Daniel Poulton receive the new Gardiner Brothers NCU awards. Both batsmen scored centuries early in the season in a convincing win over Lisburn, Pat with 106 and Daniel with an undefeated 103.

 
North Down Cricket Club's David Irvine receives on behalf of colleagues Ruan Pretorius and Daniel Graham. Ruan scored 114 in the win against CSNI and Daniel's 106 took his side to victory over Carrick.

A trio of Waringstown cricketers have picked up new Gardiner Brothers NCU awards. Adam Dennison hit 123 against CSNI in May, James Hall hit 111 against Carrick and in early July Gary Kidd returned the remarkable bowling figures of 7 for just 9 runs against North Down. Not surprising Waringstown won all three games.

 
Downpatrick's Ryan Smyth picked up new Gardiner Brothers NCU award for his record breaking 249 not out against Bangor on the first day of the season.

Holywood Cricket Club's Billy McCormick on behalf of all rounder Ross Adair receives one of the new Gardiner Brothers NCU awards.
Ross hit 104 to help win the match against Downpatrick in May.