With the outbreak of COVID-19 the NSW Premier Cricket Annual Awards night was unfortunately cancelled. Over the past week the award winners were announced for both the Men’s and Women’s Premier Cricket competitions in 2019-20. The Randy Petes are honoured that three of our members were recognised for their achievements this season.

Randwick Petersham extend their congratulations to all Premier Cricket Club and Individual Award winners.

The Bill O’Reilly Medal was first awarded in 1967-68 and recognises the First Grade competitions Best and Fairest player. In that time there have been dual medallists on only 5 occasions. In 2019-20 it was a 4-way tie with Randwick Petersham’s opening batsmen Will Affleck joining Scott Rodgie (Northern District), Nivethan Radhakrishnan (Hawkesbury) and Hayden Kerr (Sydney Uni) on 13 points apiece. A former Randwick Petersham Green Shield representative, Affleck returned to the Randy Petes this season and cemented his spot at the top of the order with 766 runs at 47.90.

Foundation Clubs and Randwick Petersham Bill O’Reilly Medallists

1968/69 Johnny Martin (Petersham-Marrickville DCC) / 1983/84 Gary Bensley (Randwick CC) / 2001/02 Richard Chee Quee (Randwick Petersham CC)

Will Affleck

First Grade Co-Captain Daya Singh was honoured with inclusion in the Kingsgrove Sports Team of the Year. Singh had a strong year with the ball claiming 44 wickets at 19.20 in all formats. His best performance was in the Limited Overs Final with 6-31.

Note: runs, wickets & averages for selection in the Team of the Year exclude T20 and One-Day Finals

Randwick Petersham have been well represented in the Kingsgrove Sports Team of the Year in previous seasons:

Jake Wilson (2012/13) Jake Wilson (2013/14) Nathan Price & Dan Sams (2015/16) Nathan Price, Anthony Sams & Dan Sams (2016/17)

Daya Singh

Kate Barry is one of the leading batters in the Women’s Premier First Grade competition with Parramatta at only 19 years of age. She debuted for the Randy Petes at Snape Park on the 29th February v Penrith in last round of this season’s Metropolitan Cup. After a solid performance in the field, Kate fronted up against the most formidable attack in the competition without any nerves or pretensions. While the runs didn’t come in this game, she certainly looked the part and is now the second woman to play for Randwick Petersham.

Kate Barry RPCC debut

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