Cloughton claim Staxton Sixes glory

Cloughton won the Staxton Sixes.Picture Richard Ponter 123162c
Cloughton won the Staxton Sixes.Picture Richard Ponter 123162c
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Cloughton defeated Heslerton in the final of the Staxton Sixes.

Staxton secretary James Armstrong said: “I would like to thank all the teams for their help in making the competition a success of and special thanks to the six umpires Fred Bernard, Keith Local, Bernard Goulding, Ralph Lawson, Colin Gates and John Holborn.”

Staxton 6s .The Umpires take a break.Picture Richard Ponter 123162d

Staxton 6s .The Umpires take a break.Picture Richard Ponter 123162d

Roll of honour

Winners of the competition, who won the Chris Bagnall Memorial Trophy, six miniature trophies and cricket bags - Cloughton.

Runners-up - Crystal Cup and six pairs of cricket trousers - Heslerton.

Two losing semi-finalists - winning a crate of lager - Flixton and Brompton.

Staxton 6s .Fans cheer with excitement..Picture Richard Ponter 123162e

Staxton 6s .Fans cheer with excitement..Picture Richard Ponter 123162e

Highest Team Score - Shield and crate of beer - Brompton.

Best Fielding Team - Shield and crate of beer - Flixton.

Best turned-out team - Crate of beer - Snainton.

Highest batting partnership - two pairs of batting gloves - Kristian Wilkinson and Sam Triffitt (Heslerton).

Staxton 6s .Close call for Gantons Rob Gretton as Snainton nearly make a catch.Picture Richard Ponter 123162g

Staxton 6s .Close call for Gantons Rob Gretton as Snainton nearly make a catch.Picture Richard Ponter 123162g

Best Batsman - John Sutton Memorial Trophy and pair of batting pads - Phil Stewart (Scalby).

Best Bowler - pair of batting gloves - James Richardson (Ganton).

Best Wicketkeeper - Ronnie Marton Memorial Trophy and a pair of wicketkeeping pads - Mike Hirst (Ganton).

Best Fielder - David Witty Memorial Trophy and pair of batting gloves - Gareth Barnard (Wykeham).

Best All Rounder - Mike Pepper Memorial Trophy and a pair of batting pads - Phil Pickard (Sherburn).

Highest Individual Score - Michael Waring Memorial Trophy and a pair of batting pads - Rob Gretton (Ganton).

Biggest Hit of the Day - Pair of Batting gloves - Dylan Bolton (Ebberston).

Most Spectacular catch - A roller holdall - Paul Woodhead (Cayton).

Oldest Player - roller holdall and trophy - Steve McAleese (Cayton).

Youngest Player - rucksack - Harry Soper (Scalby).