A number of talented cricketers at Rydal Penrhos were rewarded for their outstanding contribution with individual honours.
The individuals, who ranged from Year 7-10, picked up either the Most Improved or Player of the Year Awards after impressing considerably throughout the season.
Henry Battersby was presented with the Year 7 Most Improved honour after showing tremendous improvement during the term, while the POTY accolades was given to the gifted Jacob Cousins.
Year 8’s Most Improved Player of the Year went to Suhas Shekar, who was presented with the match ball from former England international Andrew Flintoff after claiming four wickets from four deliveries against Oswestry School.
Prestatyn Cricket Club standout Anthony Bowe was named Player of the Year after further highlighting his potential with a number of stylish displays with both bat and ball.
The Year 9 POTY went to Sam Bixby, while the progression of George Smith-Edwards was recognised with the Most Improved award.
Rounding off the recognitions were the Year 10 duo of Michael Thomas and Max Robinson, who were awarded the Player of the Year and Most Improved respectively.
Head of Cricket Mike Leach, said: “It was another excellent year in terms of player development for our cricket sides across the board, and all eight recipients were thoroughly deserving of their awards.
“All of the award winners have shown the right commitment to match their talent over the course of the season, and hopefully this will be a stepping stone for them as they look to develop further this year at both winter nets and next spring.”