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Frumar cleans up at Belmont & Edgware awards

Daniel Frumar was named Player of the Year and Player's Player of the Year at Belmont and Edgware's Annual Awards Ceremony.

    The Australian right-hander enjoyed a stellar season in which over 16 matches he averaged 65 with the bat and 14 with the ball.

    GB junior Maccabiah bowler Greg Mayer won Young Player of the Year, whilst Bension Tilley received Most Improved Player after taking 21 wickets at 16 runs apiece.

    In another significant development, the club also announced its intention to enter Chess Valley League Division Five after a five-year hiatus from competitive cricket.

    Club captain Adam Jacobs commented the decision "reflected the growth of the club in 2017 both on and off the field". 

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