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LCB reward volunteers

LCB reward volunteers

Lancashire Cricket Board have rewarded volunteers across the county at their inaugural annual LCB Outstanding Service to Cricket Awards (OSCAs) celebration dinner.

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NatWest OSCAs winners lauded

NatWest OSCAs winners lauded

The 2008 NatWest OSCAs at Lord's saw seven different category winners acknowledged for their outstanding volunteer contribution to cricket in England and Wales.

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Lord's date for Dickinson

Lord's date for Dickinson

Clifton Village Junior Coach Jamie Dickinson hopes that his recognition at a prestigious awards ceremony will inspire a new generation of volunteers to get involved in recreational cricket.

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Yorkshire pay tribute to volunteers

Yorkshire pay tribute to volunteers

The Yorkshire Cricket Board honoured the county’s volunteers today at a ceremony celebrating their outstanding achievements.

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Shropshire honour volunteers with special OSCAs

Shropshire honour volunteers with special OSCAs

A special posthumous Shropshire OSCA was made to groundsman Mike Hall recently in recognition of his 45 years service to tending pitches in the county.

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Head of Operations appointed

Head of Operations appointed

Paul Bedford has recently been appointed by the ECB as the new Head of Operations for non-first-class cricket and since taking over the role has met with stakeholders.

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Moseby efforts rewarded

Moseby efforts rewarded

Kate Laven

If David Moseby penned a list of his cricket responsibilities and duties in Devon, he would be scribbling for as long as it takes to read all the 144 Wisden Cricketers' Almanacks.

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Bedeau benefits Bedford

Bedeau benefits Bedford

Kate Laven

A passion for cricket has bridged all sorts of divides, but in Bedford a diverse mix of races, religions and genders have been enhanced by the efforts of Wendy Bedeau.

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Spong sprung OSCA surprise

Spong sprung OSCA surprise

Kate Laven

Every Sunday during the winter, more than 40 youngsters attend indoor nets at Axminster Town cricket club for two hours of coaching - thanks to club stalwart Philip Spong.

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Warwick takes centre stage

Warwick takes centre stage

Kate Laven

It started four years ago when her three sons decided they wanted to take up cricket. Therese Warwick and Ross-on-Wye Cricket Club have not looked back since.

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