A SMORGASBORD of accolades were presented to the best of the best of the Euroa Cricket Club at their annual awards night at the Flour Mill recently.
In what was an eventful season for the club, with only two grades playing for the first time as there weren’t enough players to field an A grade team.
Nevertheless, the B grade team dominated the Clyde Young Shield winning the grand final against Mooroopna recently.
C grade, meanwhile, finished sixth on the Jim McGregor Shield ladder at season’s end.
The club champion for the 2014-15 season was B grade player Tom Burke, raking in 333 points.
Burke also received the George Coridas Memorial Trophy (Best Player) with 14 votes as well as the Harry Alexander Award for bowling.