The 1st Annual prtcc.com Website Awards 2006
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The Teddy Tremlin Player of the Year

 

Simon Browne

Even though he only managed half a season, reminded everyone what a class act he is with bat and ball.

Runners-up:
Trevor “Buster” Brown – Scored two centuries and averaged 70 for the Sunday 2nd XI.
Scott Males – The Sunday 1st XI’s most dangerous bowler, taking 23 wickets in a struggling team and chipping in with vital runs


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The Ben Doidge Young Player of the Year

 

Simon Proffitt

Proved to be a useful bowler in the Saturday 2nd XI and went on to make his 1st XI debut at the end of the season, and only 12 years old.

Runner-up:
Dan Strong – Started the season taking wickets regularly and scoring some useful lower-order runs earning a 1st XI call-up, but then faded towards the end of the year.


The Dana Milverton Veteran Player of the Year

 

Dave Males

Somehow managed to open the batting in nearly every Saturday, Sunday, Evening League and Friendly fixture.

Runner-up:
Tony Babb – The Sunday 2nd XI’s most reliable and effective spinner, including taking 7 wickets against Shaftesbury to grasp victory from the jaws of defeat.


The Jon Dixon Performance of the Year

 

Jon Dixon

Hit a new club record 208 and scored the majority of a club record third wicket partnership of 172 to earn the Saturday 1st XI's only win of the season

Runners-up:
Tom Cole - Hit 176* (his first career ton) at Wareham to record the club's third highest individual score
Pete Laming - A classy 144 (also his first century for Triangle) saw the Saturday 2nds to an easy victory against Sherborne
Tony Babb – Took 7/42 against Shaftesbury II


The Bill Gates Partnership Contribution Award

 

Joint winners:

Dave Males

Scored 8 (8.08%) of a 99 run partnership

Tony Quayle

Scored 25* (14.53%) of a 172 run partnership


The Graham Elenor Captain of the Year

 

Tom Cole

Led Triangle to promotion in the evening league winning 11 of 13 games.

The Steve Barrett Vice-Captain of the Year

 

Aaron Riley

Only V-C for one game, and it was only a friendly, but stepped into the breach to play a fine innings that saw his side home against Abbotsbury


The Dave Blackman Slow Hand Clap Award

 

Dave Males

Scored a gritty 18 from nearly 40 overs against Stalbridge

Runner-up:
Tony Quayle – A dogged 24 from 29 overs against Swanage


The John Ryan Economy Award

 

Tony Morris

Recorded figures of 1 over, 1 wicket for 29 runs, including 9 no balls and two wides

Runners-up:
Richard Stewkesbury – 1 over for 22 runs (just 6 balls)
Pete Tombs - 1 over for 20 runs


The Tail-End Bunny Award

 

Tony Morris

Picked up 8 ducks in 2006

Runners up:
Dave Males -
6 ducks
Chris Pegrum, Dan Strong & Rob Lewis - 5 ducks each


The Poole Town 3rd XI Opposition Tea of the Year

 

Beaminster 1st XI, 1st June 2006

By all accounts a poor selection when it was laid out, but the home side dug in anyway as Triangle toiled in the field on a baking hot afternoon. There was barely enough left for the visiting players, while the umpires and scorers got the slimmest of pickings.


The Excuse of the Year

 

Grant Neven

During the final Saturday 1st XI game of the season away to Sherborne, a freak gust of wind blew up a cloud of dust, blinded our hero and made him step away from his position behind the stumps. This caused him to miss the ball and thus led to the concession of byes and an argument with the umpires where he tried to get them to play a let.

Runner-up:
Grant Neven – Pulled out of the final Sunday 1st XI game to save himself from likelihood of suffering a career-threatening injury and also so he wouldn't miss out on playing in the Dorset Legends game the following Saturday – which was of course was then rained off.


The Daniel Jones Umpiring Award

 

Grant Neven

Raised his finger immediately for a close run out decision against Lytchett Minster, without moving from behind the stumps at the non-striker's end

Runner-up:
Tony Quayle – Leant around the bowler, who was obstructing his view, to give an LBW decision.


The Self-Publicity Award

 

Grant Neven

For numerous photo calls in the Dorset Echo and also the write-up of the Sunday 1st XI's win against Swanage, titled “Neven Saves Triangle With Sunday Best”


The Jan Davey Quote of the Year

 

“I'm on the management committee for this league, and I'll report this incident to them at the next meeting” - Grant Neven

Runner-up:
“I do a lot of umpiring in the evening league...” - Grant Neven