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Scott Rees Associate presents awards at cricket club presentation evening

Skelmersdale cricket club

Scott Rees solicitor and company associate Alum Ullah was on hand to present the awards at Skelmersdale Cricket Clubs Annual Presentation dinner on Saturday night.

The firm has proudly sponsored Skelmersdale CC for six consecutive years and were delighted to once again receive an invite to attend the awards.

Cricket club awards presented by Alum Ullahm, Associate of Scott Rees & Co

Alum (pictured above) presented awards to Lewis Clarke, who received the Junior Cricketer of the year trophy, Harry Marston who won Junior Clubman of the year, Enid Farrington and Peter McCann who received awards for their sterling work as Junior Co-ordinator and Cricket secretary respectively and Derek Lowe who was awarded the Club person of the Year accolade.

Other award winners on the night included Cieran Jones (Most Improved Player of the Year), Jonas Smith (1st team player of the season), Omkar Salunkhe (2nd team player of the season), Jack Maddocks (3rd team player of the season) and Peter Wylie who scooped the Ray Blakey Trophy for Performance of the season in recognition of his score of 121 against Prestatyn in his first game back after a two year break.

Speaking after the event Alum said: “It was an honour to attend on behalf of the firm. We are very proud to sponsor such a fantastic cricket club and it is great to see so many people getting the recognition they deserve for their efforts.”

Skelmersdale Cricket Club General Secretary, Derek Lowe, thanked Alum for attending the evening to present the awards and Scott Rees and Co for their continued support of the club. If you have an organisation or charity that you would like Scott Rees to be involved with, please raise your awareness with us and we’ll see what we can do.

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