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Junior Presentation Evening 2023


Congratulations to all our junior players for a fantastic 2023 season. Individual prize winners were announced on Friday 29th September and these are all noted below. All pictures from the evening can be found in the gallery under the 'News' tab. Our thanks to club professional, Ryan Ayres, for awarding the trophies to the winners.

Many congratulations to the following teams for their success throughout the season. Special mention to the U18s for what was an absolutely outstanding season.

U9s (A) - League Winners

U11s - Regional League Winners

U13s - Regional League Winners

U15s - Lancashire KO Cup Finalists

U18s - Regional League Winners, Performance League Winners, Champion of Champions Winners and Cup Winners. 

UNDER 9s (A)
Managers Player of the Season - Fred Breidenbach
Most Improved - Finley Pendlebury
Sportsperson - Jensen Kettle

UNDER 9s (B)
Managers Player of the Season - Evan Flood 
Most Improved - Joshua Armson
Sportsperson - Hunter McManus

Managers Player of the Season - Luke Jones
Most Improved - Finley O'Hara
Sportsperson - Mustafa Salim

Managers Player of the Season - Oscar Thorpe
Most Improved - Harrison Keogh
Sportsperson - Laila Smith

Managers Player of the Season - Daniel Jones
Most Improved - Anuj Dangwal
Sportsperson - Luca Mobey

Managers Player of the Season - Ben Hamilton
Most Improved - Tom Worthington
Sportsperson - Lewis Keogh

JACK JOHNSON TROPHY - Ben Hamilton (Pictured)

Finally, congratulations to Ben Hamilton for winning the Jack Johnson Trophy for 2023. Ben is pictured receiving the award for outstanding junior player for 2023 from Tony Potter.

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Record Breakers

On any normal cricket playing day, thirteen year old Ethan Kite (Pictured), scoring 62 not out or a diminutive fourteen year old leg spinner taking five wickets, would catch the eye, but Saturday June 10th will go down in the annals of Clifton Cricket Club history for entirely different reasons. 

Even a record opening stand of 264, congratulations to both young men, had to take second place to a quite astonishing batting performance from sixteen year old Matthew Howarth (Pictured) who’s twenty four ‘fours’ and eight ‘sixes’ contributed to a final score of 187 off just 130 deliveries, overhauling the record set by Chinthaka Jayasinghe in 2007 when the Sri Lankan professional scored 181 off 80 balls.

There’s in excess of a century of history between Darcy Lever and Clifton, mainly from many years shared in the Bolton Association, but for Matthew, June 10th 2023 on the scenic Darcy ground will always be the day that he became Clifton’s all time individual run scorer and shared an all time record opening partnership, both of which may take many more years to surpass. 

Well done young man!

Ryan - Re-signed 2024/2025

The club are delighted to announce we have agreed to re-sign our professional Ryan Ayres for another 2 seasons.

Ryan has settled in exceptionally well on and off the field in his 1st season with the club, and we look forward to what the future can bring.

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