MIDLAND-Guildford was successful in taking out a host of awards at the WA Premier Cricket Junior Awards Night on Monday night.
More than 300 people gathered in the WACA’s Boundary Room to celebrate the achievements of the season for the future of WA cricket.
The highlight of the evening was the announcement of the Danae Corser Player of the Year for the Inverarity, McKenzie, Watkins and WADCC Shields.
Mrs Corser is a long time supporter of junior premier cricket, where she makes a significant contribution in recognising the most outstanding players in each grade.
Under-14 Midland-Guildford rising star Calan Hill took out the Mackenzie Shield for best player of round four, and also the highest batting aggregate and average for his age group for the season.
Fellow club member Hudson Knight took out the Watkins Shield for Under 15s Club Champion, and Aidan Hodge took out the WADCC Shield for the Under-17s Club Champion.