Hogan claims fourth Rhinos B&F medal

April 20, 2018

Rhinos Premier Grade medal winner Andrew Hogan, Division One winner Tim Hillier and Premier bowling award winner Anthony Bradley.

Under 14s Rhinos award winners Kai and Charlie Hillier and Noah and Tom Bradley.

Deni Rhinos all-rounder Andrew Hogan dominated the club’s best and fairest vote count to be named Cricketer of the Year for the fourth year in a row in Premier Grade.

The 2018 Guthrie Medallist polled 29 votes to finish in front of Anthony Bradley on 18 and Brad Todd (15) at the recent presentation night.

Hogan dominated the awards taking out the Batting Aggregate (609 runs), Batting Average (50.75) and was a joint winner of the Bowling Aggregate with Bradley (41 wickets each).

The Bowling Average award went to Bradley (9.78).

The Club Fielding Award went to wicketkeeper Jonty Tubb with 29 catches and two stumpings, with pace bowler Dylan Rotherham earning the Rhinos Rising Star after taking 19 wickets at 17.26.

In Division One it was 2018 Gemmill Medallist Tim Hillier dominating the count with 27 votes to claim his third club best and fairest in a row.

It was daylight between his closest competition with Chris Baines runner-up on 16 votes and third placed Chris Pyle collecting 13.

Hillier claimed both the Batting Aggregate (398 runs) and Batting Average (39.8) awards, while Baines claimed both the Bowling Aggregate (25 wickets) and Bowling Average (6.08).

Charlie Hillier followed suit from his father Tim, polling 14 votes to be named the Under 14s best and fairest winner.

It was a close count for the premiership-winning Rhinos with Tom Bradley runner-up on 12 votes and Charlie’s brother Kai third on 10 votes.

Charlie was a joint winner of the Bowling Aggregate with Noah Bradley (10 wickets each) while also taking out the Bowling Average (2.5).

Kai was the winner of the Batting Aggregate (145 runs) and Tom claimed the Batting Average (30).

Other award winners were Luke Rodda (Coach’s Award) and Ryan Rotherham (Most Improved).

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