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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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Cherry the pick of the bunch

Cherry the pick of the bunch

Kate Laven

When David Cherry first laid hands on a cricket bat, Len Hutton was opening the batting for England and the village of Cropredy was having its coal delivered by narrow boat.

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NatWest OSCAs 2007

NatWest OSCAs 2007

Kate Laven

The NatWest OSCAs at Lord's provided ECB's annual chance to thank all the countless volunteers that help support cricket at grassroots level - with the select few winning highly prestigious OSCAs to...

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NatWest OSCAs awarded

NatWest OSCAs awarded

No red carpet and usually no fanfare, but the ECB and NatWest shone a spotlight on the contribution made by cricket volunteers at the fifth annual OSCAs ceremony.

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Yorkshire's outstanding volunteers earn awards

Yorkshire's outstanding volunteers earn awards

An 84 year-old former cricket umpire and football referee from Bradford was honoured for his services to cricket with a Lifetime Achievement Award in the inaugural Yorkshire OSCA's staged at Headingley recently.

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Dalrymple back to his roots

Dalrymple back to his roots

Catherine Goble

Jamie Dalrymple attended the NatWest OSCAs for volunteers who have contributed Outstanding Service to Cricket at grassroots level and admitted he felt humbled.

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NatWest OSCAs 2006 winners

NatWest OSCAs 2006 winners

The 2006 NatWest OSCAs (Outstanding Service to Cricket Awards) were held at Lord’s and the ECB are delighted to announce the winners of the accolades.

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