Chef Takes Top Accolade at End of Season Awards

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Alastair Cook was named as the DeVines Player of the Year during this year’s End of Season Awards night which took place on Thursday evening.

The annual event, which took place virtually via Essex Cricket TV, looked back and celebrated another trophy-winning campaign for the Club with members of the squad and coaching staff.

There was a chance to hear from likes of skipper, Tom Westley, Anthony McGrath and Alastair Cook plus relive some of the great moments this summer, including the Bob Willis Trophy Final at Lord’s.

We thank everyone who joined us on Thursday evening and to those who voted in this year’s DeVines Player of the Year poll. A winner of the framed shirt will be selected at random and contacted shortly.

Miss the End of Season Awards night? You can watch it back now below or via the Club’s YouTube channel.

Winners:

First XI Young Player of the Year supported by Felsted School: Feroze Khushi
Club to County Award supported by Weston Homes: All Grassroots Clubs
Academy Player of the Year supported by Allen Ford: Robin Das
Ability Player of the Year supported by Kingswood Group: Andy Catherell
Women’s Player of the Year supported by Felsted School: Scarlett Hughes
Performance of the Year supported by R&D Advisors: Alastair Cook (172 v Somerset in the Bob Willis Trophy Final)
Bowler of the Year supported by 7IM: Simon Harmer
Batsman of the Year supported by Woodland Group: Alastair Cook
Players’ Player of the Year supported by Cloudfm: Simon Harmer
DeVines Player of the Year: Alastair Cook