DAVID Ormerod was the main man at Accrington Cricket Club's presentation night collecting a stunning five trophies.
Ormerod returned to the club from Bacup this season, after playing at Thorneyholme Road as a junior, and was the Lancashire League's leading amateur wicket taker with 62 victims.
The 37-year-old collected the Boardwell Cup for this as it was the best total by an Accrington amateur since Alan Worsick took 75 in 1971. He was also the first Accrington bowler since Worsick claimed 59 victims in 1984 to lead the league's wicket taking charts.
David also picked up the Chairman's Cup for Player of the Year, the Players' Player of the Year, the Heavenly Choir Trophy for Supporter's Player of the Year and a special award, the mounted ball with which he took his 900th Lancashire League wicket.
Former Lancashire League Secretary Lionel Cooke, who has now retired, presented the awards.
Skipper Matt Wilson was presented with the President's Cup for most runs, his 474 equalling his personal best tally set last season.
And brother Adam collected two awards, winning the Seddon Cup for best batting average and the County Cup for the second year running for his 72 at Church which was chosen as the best match-winning performance by an amateur.
Former skipper Damian Clarke won the Vice Chairmans Cup for best bowling average while Graeme Sneddon was awarded the Holden Cup for most catches.
Wicketkeeper James Ormerod, who bagged 29 victims in his first season in senior cricket and with little previous experience with the gloves, won the Leslie Martin Trophy for Wickekeeper of the Year.
It was also a good night for the Hussains. Nasser Hussain won the Bruce Francis Cup for hitting most runs in the seconds, his total of 618 runs has only been bettered by Geoff Hayhurst's record 701.
Nasser also picked up the Duncan Warburton Trophy for best performance, his 125 at Todmorden.
Sagawat Hussain picked up the cup for best batting average in the seconds and Waheed Hussain was named 'Player of the Year.'
Len Dewhurst had most wickets and Matt Donnelly qualified for the best bowling average.
The Jack Douthwaite Trophy for the Under 19 Player of the Year in the first team went to Simon Hanson who showed great promise in his first season in the senior side and Simon also picked up the Edwin Airey Trophy for Junior Player of the Year.
Third team skipper Zed Hussain won the Alven Burrows Cup for scoring most runs and Waqas Ahmed won the Wilkinson Cup for best batting average.
Zafar Aslam won the Peter Westwell Cup for best bowling average and Zed Hussain picked up the Wilkinson Cup for best bowling average.
Matthew Schofield won the Ashwell Trophy for Most Improved Player and Toc Hussain picked up the Thompson and Partners Trophy for 3rd XI Player of the Year.
The Michael Rigby Award for Supporter of the Year went to Bert Ormerod for his work around the ground this year.
First Team Manager Ian Wilson chose his Champagne Moment for the season - Mick Horsfield's innings of 43 against Church.
President's Cup for Most runs Matt Wilson
Chairman's Cup for Player of the Year David Ormerod
Vice Chairman's Cup for best bowling average Damian Clarke
Seddon Cup for best batting average Adam Wilson
Boardwell Cup for most wickets David Ormerod
County Cup for outstanding winning match performance Adam Wilson v Church
Holden Cup for most catches Gareme Sneddon
Players player of the year David Ormerod
Heavenly Choir Shield for supporters Player of the Year David Ormerod
Jack Douthwaite Trophy for best overall performance from a player under 19 in the first team Simon Hanson
Bruce Francis Cup for most runs Nasser Hussain
Best batting average Sagawat Hussain
Bruce Francis Cup for most wickets Len Dewhurst
Best bowling average Matthew Donnelly
Player of the year Waheed Hussain
Duncan Warburton Trophy for best performance Nasser Hussain 125 v Todmorden
Alven Burrows Cup for most runs Zed Hussain
J.R. Wilkinson Cup for best batting average Waqas Ahmed
Peter Westwell Cup for most wickets Zafar Aslam
J.R. Wilkinson Cup for best bowling average Zed Hussain
Ashwell Trophy for most improved player Matthew Schofield
Thompson and Partners Trophy for player of the year Toc Hussain
Michael Rigby Trophy for services to the club Bert Ormerod
Edwin Airey Memorial Trophy for Junior player of the year Simon Hanson
Leslie and Margaret Martin Trophy for Club wicketkeeper of the year James Ormerod
Special Award for taking his 900th Lancashire League wicket David Ormerod
Ian Wilson's Champagne moment Mick Horsfield 43 v Church