KIDDERMINSTER Cricket Club celebrated a successful season at its annual dinner, with the 1st XI finishing a respectable seventh, consolidating their position back in Birmingham’s top flight Premier Division One.

Captain Neil Pinner, the division’s leading batsman with 1,075 runs, was presented with the Player of the Year award from club president Norman Broadfield.

Young Player of the Year went to 15-year-old batsman Elliot Small, who made his 1st XI debut and scored 436 runs for the seniors.

Fourth team captain Damon Dawson, won Clubman of the Year after his first season as a skipper and groundsman Chris Longmore was presented with the Denis Jones Memorial Trophy for outstanding work behind the scenes.

First Xl Player of the Year went to Connor Smith who took a total of 32 wickets and scored 582 runs and Ryan Field picked up the title for the 2nd Xl with 25 wickets and 405 runs to his credit.

Leon Burke, who amassed 540 runs, won the award for the 3rd Xl and u13 Tom Powell for the 4th Xl in his first season of adult cricket with 13 wickets and 128 runs.

Second Xl skipper James Williams picked up the Player of the Year award the midweek Wilden League team, which won the Audrey Burley Memorial Trophy and came runners up in both the Senior Cup and the league’s Premier Division, under the captaincy of Jack Beadsworth.