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NatWest County OSCA Winners 2014



OSCA Category Winner: Lifetime Achiever

  • Formed Colts section over 20 years ago

  • Developed a thriving senior section as a result

  • Senior sides contain 9 or 10 regular ex-colt members

  • Actively coaches in schools & at the club

‘Andrew has given an inordinate amount of his time giving young and old the ability to enjoy our wonderful game’


Tonbridge & Malling Borough Leisure Services

OSCA Category Winner: Building Partnerships

  • 20+ years of supporting & facilitating grass roots cricket

  • Supporting & delivering Young Leader programme & inclusion programme for SEN schools

  • Provision of grant funding scheme for voluntary groups & ad hoc emergency funding scheme

  • Funding & programme opportunities for Girls cricket development

‘Beverley has provided exemplar support for District Cricket and Recreational Clubs in the Tonbridge & Malling District over the past 20 years’


Sidcup Cricket Club & Kent Regional Cricket League

OSCA Winning Category: Leagues & Boards

  • Has worked for the Kent Regional Cricket League since its inception

  • Arranges all league fixtures which amounts to over 1700 matches in a season

  • Deals with all payer registration issues, result checking, queries from clubs, disputes and pitch conditions

‘Brian’s contribution to club cricket in Kent is immense and much of it goes without acknowledgment. Brian very much deserves recognition’

Briony Everest of

Valley Park School, Maidstone

OSCA Winning Category: Young Volunteer (16-25)

  • An exceptional individual who came to the KCB for her school work experience

  • Responsible for our media coverage throughout cricket week, producing a blog and press release

  • Continues to report on events & taking photographs at events and school visits

‘Briony displays endless enthusiasm, is very hard working, has undertaken additional responsibilities without the need to ask and has gained valuable experience in the process’

Richard Ellis of

KCB Association of Cricket Officials (Appointments Officer)

OSCA Winning Category: Officials

  • Has been Kent Appointments Officer for many years for the Kent Performance Teams at all age groups

  • Appoints umpires for schools and clubs in Kent

  • Meticulous in matching umpires to matches

‘An enthusiastic & conscientious individual, Dick ensures as many games as possible have a suitable umpire’

June Deane of

Dartfordians Cricket Club

OSCA Winning Category: NatWest CricketForce

  • Coordinated CricketForce project for Dartfordians CC April 2014

  • Rallied club members including many juniors linked to Young Leader programmes and volunteering programmes

  • Harnessed support, tools and materials from local businesses

  • Planned, organised & managed project from start to finish

‘June is already the Welfare Officer for the club and guardian of the youth section. Taking on this extra responsibility ahead of the season and doing so with such vigour makes her a stand out candidate for this award’

Lyn Murphy of

Hayes Cricket Club

OSCA Winning Category: Behind the Scenes

  • The 1st women to be elected President of Hayes since the club was founded in 1828!

  • Welfare Officer for the past 6 years

  • Chair of Women’s Section

  • Member of the Warman Trust bar committee

  • Manager/Coach of the girls U13, U15 & women’s development teams

Lyn is an inspiration to all within the cricket community. Her endless enthusiasm and dedication to the game of cricket and Hayes CC is truly commendable’

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