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Roger Greenslade Award 2016

Below is a transcript of Ollie Doward's speech awarding Louis Harris the 2016 Roger Greenslade Trophy for most Jester-like performance of the season... There were three contenders for this year’s award of most Jester-like performance of the year, aka the Roger Greenslade Trophy. The first two involve some unusual practice in the trouser department. Our first nominee is a man who managed to turn up to pre-season nets at Lord’s with his trousers on back to front and bowl for the entire session without realising! Unfortunately Phil Berman isn’t with us tonight. Our second nominee is a man who turned up to the game against Eversholt on his 32nd birthday, an hour late and without any trousers. He

News: 2016 AGM & Awards review

Brasserie Blanc on Chancery Lane was the venue for the annual dinner. Some 28 or so Jesters turned-out and a good time was had by all. At the AGM, Jonny Bridcut provided an entertaining summary of the season, and in the absence of Chris Smith John Murphy reported on the Club’s finances which remain in a healthy state. All committee members were re-elected with the officers unchanged. Noah Hillyard was elected as a new committee member. The annual awards were presented at the dinner: Arnold Woods Trophy (best performance of the season) to Alex Smith for his innings of 94 at Sawbridgeworth. Roger Greenslade Trophy to Louis Harris for unselfishly sacrificing his self esteem when bowling the 41s

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