GIFTED youngster Hunter Ball certainly made 2018-19 a season to remember.
The talented teenager picked up four major awards at the Denman Junior Cricket Club presentation at The Denman Hotel last Sunday.
Ball, after securing the under-16 batting and most valuable player honours, took home the Ross Ayre Memorial Trophy as well.
And, to top it off, he was named most outstanding cricketer of the year for good measure.
Another to make his mark was Anthony Worth.
He received Clubperson of the Year for his dedication to training and helping out wherever he could among all grades within the local junior association.
The ceremony also allowed everyone to celebrate the achievements of the respective teams - from the Woolworths Junior Blasters to the under-16s, who contested the grand final - and individuals.
One of the major sponsors, Malabar Coal, presented drink bottles and hats to the players, too.
Club officials thanked the mining company and Donna McLaughlin, as well as other businesses in town, for their support.
Unfortunately, the planned Pink Stumps Day was cancelled due to the wet weather.
However, Chantel Blake, Germaine and Ainsley Ball generously organised a raffle and 100 Club to help raise funds for the McGrath Foundation.
The trio amassed $692 for the charity, which was a fantastic feat.
The 100 Club was won by Brett Hedjuk who kindly donated his winnings back to the McGrath Foundation.
Batting: Jarryd Moore
Bowling: Eden Andrews
Most catches: Will Hedjuk
Coaches Award: Connor Hewitt
Most improved: Marshall Hinze
MVP: Blake Scott
Batting: Campbell Hinze
Bowling: Lucas Stair
Most catches: Ashton Blake, Will Stair
Coaches Award: Mason Hewitt
Most improved: Hayden Apps
MVP: Will Stair
Batting: Hunter Ball
Bowling: Liam Galvin
Most catches: Jack Waters, Cameron Saunders, Hunter Ball
Coaches Award: Logan Moon
Most improved: Will Harris
MVP: Hunter Ball
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