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Matt Reed nominated for 2017 Groundsman of the Year

Congratulations to Matt Reed on his well deserved nomination for the Notts Sports Groundsman of the Year at the Cricket Ireland Awards. We can’t praise his work highly enough. The standard of wickets and condition of the facilities at the Mardyke over recent years is a testament to his great work! Best of luck Matty! 

Full List of Nominations:

  • Turkish Airlines Men’s International Player of the Year: Kevin O’Brien, William Porterfield, Paul Stirling. 
  • Hanley Energy Women’s International Player of the Year: Gaby Lewis, Rachel Delaney, Isobel Joyce. 
  • The Sunday Independent Aengus Fanning International Emerging Player of the Year Award: Jacob Mulder, Aoife Beggs, Rachel Delaney.
  • Hanley Energy Inter-Pro Player of the Year: George Dockrell, Kevin O’Brien, James Shannon. 
  • Flogas Male Youth International Player of the Year: Harry Tector, Josh Little, Graham Kennedy, Mitchell Thompson.
  • Devenish Female Youth International Player of the Year: Gaby Lewis, Orla Prendergast, Amy Hunter.
  • Shapoorji Pallonji Male Academy Player of the Year: James Shannon, Simi Singh
  • Shapoorji Pallonji Female Academy Player of the Year: Lara Maritz, Leah Paul.
  • Notts Sports Groundsman of the Year: Dale McDonough, Matt Reed, Trevor Hamilton.
  • IAA Official of the Year: Mary McElwee, Gerard O’Sullivan, Andrew Mooney.
  • Clear Treasury Coach of the Year: Julie Logue, Kamal Merchant, Ryan Eagleson.
  • Toyota Super 3s Player of the Year: Kim Garth, Laura Delany, Mary Waldron.
  • O’Neills Club Player of the Year: George Dockrell, Nigel Jones, David Rankin.
  • Tildenet Club of the Year: Waringstown CC, Ballyspallen CC, Limerick CC.

Oasis Volunteer of the Year, in honour of Derek Scott; Cricket Writer’s of Ireland Hall of Fame Award and Gibney’s Outstanding Contribution to Irish Cricket, in honour of John Wright to be announced on the night.

The winners of all the awards will be announced at the Cricket Ireland Awards on the evening of Friday, 17th November, in Smock Alley Theatre, Dublin, with live updates on Twitter @irelandcricket throughout the event.  

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