DIVISIONAL PLAYER OF THE YEAR AWARDS 2013/14
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As is now traditional, there are TWO Divisional awards up for grabs. The "Player of the Year" award focuses on individual players Win/Loss records, whilst the "Captains' Choice Award" concentrated on the number of MOMs awarded.

We are delighted to announce the winners for 2013/2014 are as follows:

DIVISION ONE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
DAMIEN GAUCHWIN (Scala Snooker 1)

Damien won the award to cap off a dominant season for Scala (1) winning their 3rd league title in a row and a KWT Cup triumph. Damien was a major contributor with an incredible 26 wins from 32 games. He wins the award ahead of team-mate Adam Chorley (Scala 1) who won 24 games from 32 played and Tom Quinn (Greenalls) with 22 wins out of 28 and a KWT Plate triumph to add to his superb season.

DIVISION ONE CAPTAINS CHOICE AWARD
MARK RICHARDSON (Parr Cons WMC)

Mark's MOM performances went a long way to help Parr Cons stay in the first division this season. Mark produced a range of excellent performances to claim 13 MOMs to take the award. He won the award one ahead of Adam Chorley (Scala Snooker) who had 12 MOM's and another 1 ahead of Steve Lowery (St.Annes Town) who claimed 11 MOMs in his season.

DIVISION TWO PLAYER OF THE YEAR
JONNY GREEN (Sutton Cricket)

Jonny's return to the league this year couldn't have gone much better as he led their team to promotion to Division One to end a lengthy top-flight absence. He won 24 of the 30 games he played to play a big part in their success throughout the season. A superb performance to win ahead of Andy Harper and Ste Crosbie(both of Scala Snooker 2) who claimed 20 and 19 wins respectively for their team and their run to the KWT Plate Final

DIVISION TWO CAPTAINS CHOICE AWARD
STE WHITTAKER (Holy Cross)

A shining light in a disappointing season for Holy Cross. Ste continued to show his undoubted class with a glut of MOM performances for his team all through the season. He was awarded an record 19 MOMs which saw him victorious six ahead of Kevin Carr (Sidac Social 1) who collected 13 MOM's in his season, and nine ahead of Ste Crosbie (Scala 2) who picked up 10 MOMs

CONGRATULATIONS AND WELL DONE TO THEM ALL