Ryan Cooper wins top award


Ryan Cooper claimed the top prize at the West Coast Rollers’ 2015/16 end of season awards ceremony.

He won the prize for Best Batsmen after breaking the team’s record by scoring 543 runs, and also walked away with the Player of the Season prize after picking up 11 wickets @ 18.2 and 10 dismissals in the field.

Bowler of the Season went to Andrew Young, who rolled back the years to pick up 14 wickets @ 18.5, with a best spell of 7-4-21-4.

Cornell Keulder was named Allrounder of the Season after scoring a career-best 263 runs at an average off 44, and also picking up 8 wickets @ 17.8 and besting many an outside edge.

Fielder of the Season was captain Hannes Carlson with six catches and just one drop, while Michael van Dewenter won Best Performance for his 51* and 2/17 against Kelvin Grove.

Some of the other awards:

Rookie of the Season: Hennie de Villiers

Bucket Award: Ryan Cooper

Duckfarm Chairman: George Kamfer

Medic Award: Cornell Keulder

Thanks again to Lenatia Scheepers for a near-perfect attendance record – and being roped into becoming our official scorer.

And what a special treat having chairman Dave Hillman join us on Skype for the awards!

Thanks again to everyone for another enjoyable season – our 20th – during which we played 11, won seven and lost four.

CLICK HERE for a gallery of the evening


About West Coast Rollers

Founded in the early-90s, the West Coast Rollers is a social cricket side that has become so much more than that - we are a brotherhood that just happen to be quite good at cricket and even better at drinking.
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