Category: Photo

MSCC Photo of the Year 2023 Matt Dipple

MSCC Awards 2023

What a fantastic evening. The food was exceptional, service fantastic and the awards deserved.

Batsman’s award – Tim Riley
Bowlers award – Seril Shah,
Newcomer of the year- Anirudh Sharma
Young player of the year – James Lyon
Catch of the year – Stevyn Jackson,
Champagne moment – Howard Lancaster caught Paul Wordsworth bowled Finlay Moss,
Michael Martin Photography Award- Matt Dipple (above)
Captains award – Seril Shah
Presidents Cup – Paul Wordsworth.

A great evening, thank you everyone who attended, and get well soon for those who couldn’t make it.

Pete VanDe Kerkhof

Michael Martin photo of the year 2021 Seril Shah. THOUGHTS FROM OUTSIDE THE ROPE

The Michael Martin Photography Award 2022

As we approach the end of our 2022 season, I would like to take this opportunity to remind you of the ‘Michael Martin Award’ which is awarded annually at the end of season dinner.

Michael was a great supported of our club and an avid photographer, you can see some of his photographs hanging inside the pavilion. In memory of Michael we have this annual photograph competition ( previous winners on display below the honours boards),

If you would like to enter this year’s competition please forward your entries ( max 3) to me at [email protected] by the 20/09/2022.

Jeannie Martin is looking forward to judging these ready for the presentation at our annual dinner on Saturday 24/09/2022.

Peter vdK

Club Chairman

Michael Martin photo of the year 2021 Seril Shah. THOUGHTS FROM OUTSIDE THE ROPE

MSCC award winners 2021

Congratulations to the winners of our various 2021 awards. They are:

President’s cup – Tim Riley

Captains award– Paul Wordsworth

Fielder of the year – Squiff Wordsworth

Catch of the season – Seril Shah

Most wickets – Mike Simpson

Most runs – Tim Riley

Most improved – Ben Breaker

Champagne moment – Simmo, Howard & Jamie recover from 47 for 8 to chase 137 and win by one wicket v Islip.

Crocheyed egg cup award for being the runner up in everything – George Williams

Michael Martin Photography Award – Seril Shah

If you were unable to attend the presentation then please contact Pete to arrange collection.

Well done everyone, a fabulous season and we look forward to doing it all again next year.

MSCC Michael Martin Photo of the Year 2018

Annual dinner and awards night 2018

Many thanks to Jim Watson, Social Secretary, and to all who came to the pavilion for two glorious events yesterday, the Thank You Tea for Tea-Makers and the End of Season Dinner. 

Thanks also to the Chairman, Peter Van de Kerkhof, for presiding, and to Tim House, the club’s vice-captain, and fellow committee members, Simon Pettit (Fixture Secretary) and Tim Cranston (Treasurer), who all helped Jim and his Bruern Abbey team on the night. We missed the President, Ian Davenport, and the previous Chairman, John Deeley, who were not able to join us but we raised a glass to them.

Photos of the afternoon and evening events can be seen here: 

2018 Season Awards – Middleton Stoney Cricket Club 

Captain’s Cup 2018

Tim House

President’s Cup 2018

Simon Pettit

Michael Martin Award 2018

Mark Ford-Langstaff

Newcomer of the Year 2018

Rob Barton

Most Improved Player of the Year 2018

Mark Ford-Langstaff

Batsman of the Year 2018

Nick Moorman

555 runs

A Hat-Trick of Centuries

Nick Moorman in successive innings

112 v Blue Lion, 1 July 2018

110 v Banbury, 8 July 2018

119* v The Cricket Society, 22 July 2018

Bowler of the Year 2018

Simon Pettit

28 wickets

Fielder of the Year 2018

Mark Ford-Langstaff  

12 catches & a run out with a direct hit from the boundary

Catch of the Year 2018

Tim Cranston

Run Out of the Year 2018

Tim House

Ground Fielding of the Year 2018

Martin Randall

Champagne Moment of the Year 2018

Middleton Stoney CC v Oxenford

Away at Keble, Oxford, 4 July

George Williams’s 6

George Williams is here presented by @paradoxbridge with his award for the Champagne Moment of the 2018 Season & is congratulated by George Lamb in front of the photo of earlier heroics by the two Georges in saving a game. Now George Williams can win a game in the dark with a 6.