Lincolnshire cricket OSCAs go to officials from Scunthorpe, Broughton, Normanby, Barrow and Owmby
Well-known cricket officials from Scunthorpe, Broughton, Normanby, Barrow and Owmby gained coveted trophies during the NatWest Lincolnshire OSCAs 2012 ceremony.
The awards were presented during a dinner at Hemswell Court.
Broughton Cricket Club stalwart Bryan Simpson gained the coveted Jemma Coleman Lifetime Achiever Award.
He has served most cricket leagues in the area for many years and is currently treasurer of the Lincolnshire County Cricket League and the Scunthorpe and District Umpires' Association.
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The Behind The Scenes Award went to Andrew McDaid, of Normanby Park Cricket Club, which has been re-established in recent years with a strong youth policy.
The Lincolnshire Co-op Young Volunteer Award went to Ciaron Deegan, the Owmby all-rounder (formerly with Scunthorpe Town), while the Wright Vigar Leagues & Boards Award was collected by Ann Boulton, of Barrow, who has worked hard for the Lincolnshire ECB Premier League, the South Lincs and Border League, the old Humberside Alliance and the Lincolnshire Cricket Lovers' Society.
The Building Partnerships Award went to Richard Barwell (Scunthorpe Town).
Lincolnshire County Cricket Limited organised the event.