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OVER 70 players and guests attended the Taunton St Andrews Presentation Dinner at the Wyvern Club on Saturday evening.

The summer of 2021 was highly successful for the Saints during which the First XI won promotion back to WEPL Premier One, the club won the Baker Cup and appeared in two County Ground finals, the Under 11s won the Taunton and District Youth Cup and the Under 13 and 15s both won their respective County Knock Out cups.

Following a three course dinner that was enjoyed by all and before each team captain reported on the season ,blazers for service to the club over a long period were presented to two long serving members of the club.

The first went to Lloyd Alley, the current First XI Captain and the other to Stuart Hockey, who in addition to being the FourthXI skipper has been a long time active member of the committee and the Saint Andrews Go To Man!

Presentations were made to former SCCC player Eddie Byrom for his support to the club and to Polly Rhodes to commemorate her being asked to score for England in the Lord's test v India in the summer, which was indeed a great honour for her and the club.

First XI awards for Batting went to James Regan, for Bowling to Justin Burke, while Regan also received the Performance award. A separate award was also given to Luke Poole and Charlie Williams to highlight their dramatic last wicket partnership which enable the Saints to pull off a victory at Bath.

The Second XI award for Batting went to Jordan Clapp for Bowling to Nathan Yarde, while the Performance award went to Henry Graydon

The ThirdXI award for Batting went to Ross Adams, for Bowling to Jamie Woodland while the Performance award went to Charlie Williams.

The Fourth XI award for Batting went to Richard Yarde, for Bowling to Jago Barclay while the Performance Award was won by Nigel Contreras.

The Sunday XI award for batting went to Martin Jenkins. for Bowling to Ross Adams while the Performance award went to Nathan Yarde.

The Most Improved Player  was won by  George Thomas, the Young Player of the Year went to Thomas Rew, the Players Player was won by James Regan, while Chris Rew was presented with the Clubman of the Year award.

The evening finished with a spontaneous and rousing chorus of 'Oh when the Saints......'

The summer of 2021 was highly successful for the Saints during which the First XI won promotion back to WEPL Premier One, the club won the Baker Cup and appeared in two County Ground finals, the Under 11s won the Taunton and District Youth Cup and the Under 13 and 15s both won their respective County Knock Out cups.

Following a three course dinner that was enjoyed by all and before each team captain reported on the season ,blazers for service to the club over a long period were presented to two long serving members of the club.

The first went to Lloyd Alley, the current First XI Captain and the other to Stuart Hockey, who in addition to being the FourthXI skipper has been a long time active member of the committee and the Saint Andrews Go To Man!

Presentations were made to former SCCC player Eddie Byrom for his support to the club and to Polly Rhodes to commemorate her being asked to score for England in the Lord's test v India in the summer, which was indeed a great honour for her and the club.

First XI awards for Batting went to James Regan, for Bowling to Justin Burke, while Regan also received the Performance award. A separate award was also given to Luke Poole and Charlie Williams to highlight their dramatic last wicket partnership which enable the Saints to pull off a victory at Bath.

The Second XI award for Batting went to Jordan Clapp for Bowling to Nathan Yarde, while the Performance award went to Henry Graydon

The ThirdXI award for Batting went to Ross Adams, for Bowling to Jamie Woodland while the Performance award went to Charlie Williams.

The Fourth XI award for Batting went to Richard Yarde, for Bowling to Jago Barclay while the Performance Award was won by Nigel Contreras.

The Sunday XI award for batting went to Martin Jenkins. for Bowling to Ross Adams while the Performance award went to Nathan Yarde.

The Most Improved Player  was won by  George Thomas, the Young Player of the Year went to Thomas Rew, the Players Player was won by James Regan, while Chris Rew was presented with the Clubman of the Year award.

The evening finished with a spontaneous and rousing chorus of 'Oh when the Saints......'



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