Stamford and Billingborough cricketers were among the trophy-winners at the South Lincolnshire and Border League presentation night.
Billingborough all-rounder Geordie Scott was rewarded for an excellent season with bat and ball when he picked up the main individual trophies at the league’s recent annual presentations.
Scott’s 900 runs and 47 wickets helped the division one side to runners-up spot, behind Spalding, and earned him the batting and bowling awards.
Stamford Town’s second team collected the division two runners-up trophy and there were individual awards for first team wicketkeeper Andrew Hulme and young bowler Alex Birch.
The trophies were presented by Colin White, Chairman of the Lincolnshire ECB Premier League.