Trophies awarded at junior cricket presentation

FINISHING THEIR JUNIOR CAREER ON A HIGH NOTE: Bomaderry Cricket Club's victorious under 16s team with coach Anthony Johnston, celebrate after defeating Batemans Bay in the weekend's grand final. Photos: COURTNEY WARD

FINISHING THEIR JUNIOR CAREER ON A HIGH NOTE: Bomaderry Cricket Club's victorious under 16s team with coach Anthony Johnston, celebrate after defeating Batemans Bay in the weekend's grand final. Photos: COURTNEY WARD

ALL the hard work and commitment shown by the players of the SDJCA was rewarded at Sunday’s annual presentation day.

Held at the Shoalhaven Greyhound Racing Club, winning teams and individuals were recognised.

STOKED: North Nowra-Cambewarra Maroons who defeated club mates North Nowra-Cambewarra Blues for the under 14s crown.

STOKED: North Nowra-Cambewarra Maroons who defeated club mates North Nowra-Cambewarra Blues for the under 14s crown.

STRONGER AS ONE: The under 12s Berry-Shoalhaven Heads team that defeated Batemans Bay in the decider at Added Area.

STRONGER AS ONE: The under 12s Berry-Shoalhaven Heads team that defeated Batemans Bay in the decider at Added Area.

BIG FUTURES: Batemans Bay's under 11s modified team, which defeated Bomaderry in the weekend's grand final.

BIG FUTURES: Batemans Bay's under 11s modified team, which defeated Bomaderry in the weekend's grand final.

TRAIL BLAZER: Bomaderry Cricket Club's Chantelle Downey was the co-winner, along with Bay and Basin's Naomi Woods (who was absent from the presentation), for female cricketer of the year.

TRAIL BLAZER: Bomaderry Cricket Club's Chantelle Downey was the co-winner, along with Bay and Basin's Naomi Woods (who was absent from the presentation), for female cricketer of the year.

PRODIGY: North-Nowra Cambewarra's Kaleb Phillips claimed the prestigious junior cricketer of the year of the 2016/17 season, after enjoying success both locally and on a national level.

PRODIGY: North-Nowra Cambewarra's Kaleb Phillips claimed the prestigious junior cricketer of the year of the 2016/17 season, after enjoying success both locally and on a national level.

RUN MACHINE: Batemans Bay's Jack Gallen took out the under 16s CH Bowden aggregate trophy, with 165.3 points, 783 runs, seven wickets and six catches during the season.

RUN MACHINE: Batemans Bay's Jack Gallen took out the under 16s CH Bowden aggregate trophy, with 165.3 points, 783 runs, seven wickets and six catches during the season.

YOUNG GUN: Bomaderry Cricket Club's Jackson Ingram shows off his trophies, which include the under 11s aggregate and all-rounder awards.

YOUNG GUN: Bomaderry Cricket Club's Jackson Ingram shows off his trophies, which include the under 11s aggregate and all-rounder awards.

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