It was a night to remember at the Crowne Plaza in Glasgow last night as Cricket Scotland held their annual Awards Dinner to celebrate the successes of the 2018 season.
With clubs, Cricket Scotland staff and board members and international teams in attendance, the night saw 170+ guests enjoy a three-course meal with Master of Ceremonies Fraser Watts and guest speaker, George Salmond, providing entertainment.
Calum MacLeod was the most decorated winner of the evening, taking home four awards including Men’s Players’ Player of the Year and Men’s Batter of the Year.
The Bryce sisters also shared huge success over the night, picking up three awards between them with Kathryn Bryce claiming Women’s Fielder of the Year and Sarah Bryce picking up the glassware for Women’s Batter of the Year and Women’s Players’ Player of the Year.
For the full list of award winners, see below.
Biggest Change-Maker at a Scottish Club: Peebles CC
Scotland’s Most Welcoming Club: Nairn CC
Best Use of Bite-Sized Volunteers: Livingston CC
Best Use of Social Media: Breadalbane CC
Strongest Community Engagement: Strathmore CC
Scottish Cup Winners: Grange CC
Beyond Boundaries T20 Cup: The West
Women’s Regional Batter of the Year: Lorna Jack
Men’s Regional Batter of the Year: Michael Carson
Women’s Regional Bowler of the Year: Rachel Scholes
Men’s Regional Bowler of the Year: Mark Watt
Tilney Regional T20 Blitz and Pro50: Eastern Knights
Women’s Regional T20 and 50-Over: Stormers
ICC Associate Cricketer of the Year: Calum MacLeod
Scottish Women In Sport’s Role Model of the Year: Rosy Ryan
Women’s U21 Player of the Year: Emily Cavender
HK More Batter of the Year: Calum MacLeod
Women’s Fielder of the Year: Kathryn Bryce
Men’s Fielder of the Year: Richie Berrington
Women’s Batter of the Year: Sarah Bryce
Men’s Batter of the Year: Calum MacLeod
Women’s Bowler of the Year: Rachel Scholes
Men’s Bowler of the Year: Safyaan Sharif
Scottish Cricketer’s Association Personality of the Year: Craig Wallace
Women’s Players’ Player of the Year: Sarah Bryce
Men’s Players’ Player of the Year: Calum MacLeod