TOM Waugh capped a memorable season by picking up the Telfer Cup for best bowling average in Division One.

The Haydon Bridge bowler took 35 wickets from 78.5 overs, at an average of 4.63, as his side came close to winning a league and cup double.

Second was Humshaugh’s Luke Parkinson, with 30 wickets at an average of 6.40, from 77.2 overs. In third place was Steve Thompson, with 32 wickets, at an average of 8.19, from 110.1 overs.

Waugh shared the Manning Memorial Cup, for best individual bowling performance in Division One, with Matfen Hall’s Aaron Tiffin.

Waugh took 7-11 against Newton, while Tiffin had the same figures against South Northumberland. Third was Dan Kirkup, who took 7-16 for Haltwhistle against Stamfordham.

The Douglas Smith Cup, for best batting average in Division Two, went to Steven Page of Stocksfield, with an average of 53.5, and 321 runs from 10 innings. Second was Allendale’s John Welch with an average of 47.27, and 520 runs from 12 innings, while Matt Joyce was third with an average of 28.44, with 256 runs from 10 innings.

The Clayburn Memorial Cup, for best batting average in Division One went to Newton’s Matt Scattergood, with an average of 42.33, and 381 runs from 12 innings.

Haydon Bridge’s Joe Barber was second with 612 runs from 15 innings, at an average of 40.80, while Haltwhistle’s Mark Rowell came in third with an average of 39.00 with 351 runs from 12 innings.

The NatWest Trophy, for best individual bowling performance in Division Two went to Shaun Sagar of Stocksfield, with an impressive 6-27 against Humshaugh. His teammate Paul Brown was second with a superb 5-0 against Medomsley, while Allendale’s Mark Fleming was third with 5-28, also against Medomsley.

Haltwhistle’s Bart Ryan lifted the Waite Cup for best all rounder in Division One, with 640 runs and 29 wickets. Barber was second with 612 runs and 24 wickets. Ross Davies was third with 378 runs and 24 wickets.

The Wooding Cup for best individual batting performance in Division One belonged to Haltwhistle’s Graeme Rowell after his outstanding 234 against Belsay. Humshaugh’s Crispin Straker was second with his 142 against Belsay, while Haydon Bridge’s Barber hit 137 against the same opposition, to come third.

A good season for Steven Page saw him add the Waite Cup, for best all rounder in Division Two, to his honours, with 409 runs and 15 wickets. Shaun Sagar was second with 356 runs and 19 wickets. Rob Willis was third with 350 runs and 15 wickets.

Haltwhistle’s Archie Richardson took the Kathleen Waite Trophy for junior player of the year. The 16-year-old scored 349 runs, had 26 wickets to his name, and took four catches. Other contenders were Matfen Hall’s Ellie Tiffin, and Mitford’s Joss Parker.

Humshaugh Centurions beat Stocksfield Spartans in the Twenty20 final.