Cootamundra Crusaders new-ball bowler Dean Bradley topped the bowling aggregate in South West Slopes Cricket Division One competition.
Bradley finished with 24 wickets during the 2019/2020 season and registered an impressive average of 11.54.
His best bowling figures were against Central Hotel in round 15 when he picked up 4-21.
Throughout the season, he picked up three wickets on four different occasions.
He helped lead the Crusaders to a grand final appearance however fell one game short of premiership glory, going down to the Young S and C Club Blues in the decider.
Not far behind was Blues all-rounder Josh Platt who finished with 22 wickets.
Platt also topped the runscoring this season blasting 365 runs to cap an impressive all-round effort throughout the year.
He struck four scores above 50 and registered a high score of 85 in round three against Temora.
Blues captain Jonte Powderly was second behind Platt after hitting form late in the season and passing 50 three times after Christmas.
In the Division Two competition under 25 player and batting award winner went to Matt Gillard for Shamrock Hotel Leprechauns.
Gillard finished with 461 runs and had a high score of 134 not out.
He reached 50 on a further three occasions.
The bowling award went to Sam Larsen for Stockinbingal.
The Shamrock Hotel Leprechauns went on to win the Division Two premiership in a low scoring match securing a 32-run win over Burrangong Cricket Club.
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