These trophies are to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Christchurch Junior Cricket Association and will be awarded annually to the year 6, 7 or 8 boy and girl players who score the most runs or take the most wickets at the Spring/Summer Tournament games and at Mandeville or South Island Primary Schools Tournament (SIPST).
2015 - Girls Batting: Abby Gerken, Girls Bowling: Eliza McIntosh, Boys Batting: Nicholas Gibb, Boys Bowling, Nick Cooke
2014 - Girls Batting: Caitlin Davidson, Girls Bowling: Jodie Dean, Boys Batting: Nicholas Lidstone, Boys Bowling, Josh McCarthy
2013 - Girls Batting: Kirran Maynard, Girls Bowling: Aimee Brown, Boys Batting: Zak Foulkes, Boys Bowling: Zak Foulkes
2012 - Girls Batting: Sophie Germon, Girls Bowling Sophie Germon, Boys Batting: Jayden Ball, Boys Bowling: Jono Raymond
2011 - Girls Batting: Rebecca Willis, Girls Bowling: Phoebe Spiers, Boys Batting: Zac Medland, Boys Bowling: Rupert Whyte
2010 - Girls Batting: Madison Raxworthy, Girls Bowling: Kirran Maynard, Boys Batting: Jesse Campbell, Boys Bowling: Quinn Clinton
The performances will be based on a calendar year basis, so start with the Summer Tournament, then the Spring Tournament and finish with the games at Mandeville for the Year 6 and 7 players and at the SIPST for the Year 8's. As there are only four days at Mandeville, only the first four days of the SIPST will count for the Yr 8's, regardless of any days that are rained off. If they happen to play two innings in one day at SIPST then both innings will count.
The Girls Awards will be based on the Summer and Spring Tournament performances as well as the new Girls SIPST from 2012 onwards.
Boys. Any player who competes at the CJCA Summer (February/March) or Spring (November/December) regional tournaments in a calendar year and at the Mandeville Tournament (years 6 and 7) or SIPST (year 8) in January the following year. Players must be in year 6, 7 or 8 when they compete in the Spring/Summer Tournaments. For SIPST, only the first 4 games will count toward the award as this ensures players of all age groups have a similar opportunity to play 10 games. No consideration will be given, or adjustment made, to the achievements of any players who happen to bat or bowl in less than the 10 games.
Girls. Any player who competes at the CJCA Summer (February/March) and Spring (November/December) Tournaments in a calendar year. Players must be in year 6, 7 or 8 when they compete in the Spring/Summer Tournaments. No consideration will be given or adjustment made to the achievements of any players who happen to bat or bowl in less than the 4 games.
Four trophies will be awarded annually:
Jubilee Batting Trophy – Boys.
Jubilee Bowling Trophy – Boys.
Jubilee Batting Cup – Girls.
Jubilee Bowling Cup – Girls.
Batting awards. Awarded to the player with the highest aggregate (total runs scored). In the event of two or more players having the same aggregate, the award will go to the player with the best average (average for each time dismissed, and not average per game). In the event of two or more players having the same average, the award will go to the player with the most scores over 50. In the event of two or more players having the same number of 50’s, the award will go to the player with the highest individual score.
Bowling awards. Awarded to the player who takes the most wickets. In the event of two or more players taking the same number of wickets, the award will go to the player with the best strike rate of balls per wicket. In the event of two or more players having the same strike rate, the award will go to the player with the lowest number of runs conceded per over.
The awards will be presented annually at the Canterbury Cricket Youth Awards presentation. The cups will come back to the CJCA for presentation the following year with the recipient receiving a smaller cup for them to keep.
CJCA Committee September 2010