Congratulations to Mike Sibley on winning an OSCA award for ‘Behind the Scenes’ from the Hertfordshire Cricket League.
WELL DONE MIKE !!!
Hertfordshire Cricket held its OSCAs celebration event on Tuesday 9th September to reward it’s volunteers for all the work that they put in supporting cricket in the county.The event, held at Essex County Cricket Club’s LV County Championship fixture with Kent was attended by 40 people and included a buffet lunch and tea as well as day out at the cricket.
NatWest OSCAs aim to reward the contribution that these volunteers make to the game. We welcome nominations for volunteers from the traditional cricketing environments (clubs, leagues, boards) but in addition to this, we would like to recognise volunteers from emerging environments such as Higher and Further Education, Community Programmes, Workplaces and Recreational Park Leagues.
Hertfordshire’s nominations came in 6 of the 7 categories, Behind the Scenes, Leagues and Boards,
Lifetime Achiever & Officiating: Umpires and Scorers, Building Partnerships and Young Volunteer
Our winners (who will attend the national OSCAs event at Lords on Monday 6th October) were: –
Officiating: Umpires and Scorers – Anne Vine (Welwyn Garden City CC)
Leagues and Boards – Richard Burling (Saracens Hertfordshire Cricket League)
Young Volunteer – Ross Goodship (Stevenage CC & Nobel School)
Building Partnerships – Helen Foy (Nobel School)
Behind the Scenes – Mike Sibley (Old Owens CC)
Lifetime Achiever – Chris Johnson (Knebworth Park CC)