Harry Whitney has been awarded the 'Norman Harris Trophy' for 2014.
The photo shows Harry with the Trophy, which was presented to
To Mark its 20th Anniversary in 2014, the Society has produced a CD.
"An Hour in the Company of
2014 Membership Details.
"The joy of cricket shared with friends of like mind"Our membership fee is £5.00 per annum and is due on 1st April. New members pay £8.00 in the first year. Members who have not renewed their subscription by June 30th have to pay £8.00. Guests are welcome for a fee of £2.00 providing the meeting concerned is not over subscribed. Please check availability with the Secretary before the meeting. Our membership is around 210.
The objectives of the Society are to foster, promote and develop an interest in Derbyshire County Cricket Club, with an emphasis on youth cricket. To achieve these objectives we hold Speaker Evenings during the winter. We usually hold six meetings a season, starting at the end of September and going through to our AGM in April.
During the season we hold meetings at the following venues, Disley Golf Club [map], Whaley Bridge Bowling Club [map] and the Royal Hotel Hayfield [map].
The format of our meetings remains the same and has proven to be popular with our members. We start our evening with a talk by our Guest Speaker, we then break for a buffet supper for approximately 30 minutes. The second half of the evening is a question and answer session.Alice Dyson has been named HPCS Junior Player of the Year 2013. John Goddard was awarded the Norman Harris Trophy for 2013. Matthew Sonczak has been named HPCS Junior Player of the Year 2012. John Northover was awarded the Norman Harris Trophy for 2012. Cameron Ball has been named HPCS Junior Player of the Year 2011. Stuart Garside was awarded the Norman Harris Trophy for 2011. Will Freeman has been named HPCS Junior Player of the Year 2010. Alan Burgoyne was awarded the Norman Harris Trophy for 2010. Chris Durham has been named HPCS Junior Player of the Year 2009.
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