Page 1367 - Week 04 - Tuesday, 5 April 2011

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The other people honoured on the night are the cricketers. The DB Robin Medal went to Mark Higgs of Queanbeyan; the SJ Moore Medal to Laura Wright of Tuggeranong; the First Grade Captain of the Year to Mark Higgs from Queanbeyan; the Greg Irvine Medal for Player of the Grand Final to Aaron Ayre from Queanbeyan; the Grade Cricket Batting Aggregate to Aaron Ayre from Queanbeyan; the Grade Cricket Bowling Average to Ben Oakley of Western Districts; the Grade Cricket Women’s Batting Average to Laura Wright; the Grade Cricket Women’s Batting Aggregate to Laura Wright; the Grade Cricket Bowling Average to Kris Britt; the Grade Cricket Women’s Most Wickets to Kirsten Burrowes of Tuggeranong; the Sarah Hodgson Trophy for Best New Player to Kerry MacLauchlan of ANU/Norths; the Club Championship to North Canberra Gungahlin; the Lorne Lees Medal for second grade to Peter Coleborne of Queanbeyan; the Keith Carnall Medal for third grade to Andrew Crossman of Eastlake; the Dene Moore Medal for fourth grade to Syed Jaffry from Wests; the Bill Tickner Medal for fifth grade to Denis Axelby from Norths; the Lords Taverners Spirit of Cricket Awards to Weston Creek; the Greg Lord Administrator of the Year to Greg Badcock from the ANU; and Grade Team of the Year to Sam Miller, John Nicoll, Adam Tett, Mark Higgs, Chris Russo, Randall Starr, Aaron Ayre, Adam Ritchard, Ben Oakley, Andrew Barnett, Lachie Christian and Matt Winter.

The Konica Minolta awards were: Batting Strike Rate, Simon Mackie from Queanbeyan; Bowling Strike Rate, Rhys Jones; Player of the Series, Mark Higgs from Queanbeyan; First Grade, Queanbeyan; Second Grade, Queanbeyan; and Third Grade, Wests. In the John Gallop one-day competition it was: first grade, Queanbeyan; second grade, Wests/UC; third grade, North Canberra Gungahlin; fourth grade, Wests/UC. In the Random Computing Shield, first grade was won by Queanbeyan; second grade by Tuggeranong, third grade by ANU, fourth grade by NCG and fifth grade by Queanbeyan.

In the women’s competitions, the results were: Lynne O’Meara Premiership Cup, Tuggeranong; Glenda Hall Shield, ANU; Glenda Hall Player of the Year, Kate O’Sullivan, ANU; Glenda Hall Batting Award, Catherine Chippendale, Tuggeranong; Glenda Hall Bowling Award, Fiona White, ANU; and Glenda Hall Best New Players, Simone Davey, Jodie Volgyesi, Jill Robinson, Emma Greenhaigh, Kathleen Hogan, Kate Thornton and Nicole Stevenson.

The Lords Taverners volunteer awards went to Stephen Cross, Queanbeyan; Rohan Ditton, Queanbeyan; David Pullen, TVCC; John Logus, TVCC—(Time expired.)

Mr Charles Lucre

MS GALLAGHER (Molonglo—Deputy Chief Minister, Treasurer, Minister for Health and Minister for Industrial Relations) (4.22): I rise to speak briefly about a wonderful Canberran who also passed away recently, on 26 February 2011. Charles Lucre was a volunteer chaplain at the Canberra Hospital, where he had worked for many years—over 20 years, I think, as a volunteer chaplain. He was awarded an Order of Australia, in 2002 I think, for his extensive work as a chaplain at the Canberra Hospital.

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