This year’s Middlesex OSCA’s (Outstanding Service to Cricket Awards) were held at Lords Cricket Ground on Sunday 14th August and once again were proudly sponsored by Lexus Edgware Road.

This annual event gives Middlesex the chance to say a huge thank you to volunteers who are crucial to the growth of the game and play such an important role in making sure that the game of cricket continues to thrive and flourish within the county at all levels.

Having received a record number of nominations from clubs and leagues this year, nine winners were rewarded for their invaluable contributions.

Held during the second day of the Middlesex v Durham Specsavers County Championship game at the Home of Cricket, the award winners were presented with their awards by former Middlesex and England off-spinner Shaun Udal, as well as being treated to two hundreds from Middlesex players Nick Compton and Nick Gubbins on the field as the hosts built a commanding lead over visitors Durham. Middlesex's opening batsman, Sam Robson, even popped in to pass on his congratulations and pose for photos with award winners.

The nine awards compromised of seven ECB and two Middlesex categories, with our county winners of the seven specific ECB awards then going forward to take part in the National ECB OSCA's, where their achievements will be measured against the winners of all other counties. We wish all of our Middlesex winners the best of luck when they attend the national awards event later on in the year!

Award Winners were as follows:

Officials Award – Ron Davis of Ealing ACO

League Award – Cathy Mowat of the Women’s Southern Cricket League

Middlesex Development League/U19 Club of the Year Award – Ickenham Bears

Young Volunteer Award – Courtney Munns of Eastcote CC

Cricket Force Award – Adam Wilson of Brondesbury CC

Get the Game On Award – Hinay Dassani of Twickenham CC

Heartbeat of the Club Award – Bob Pedersen of North London CC

Services to Disability Cricket Award – Tanya Blake of Tower Hamlets College

Lifetime Achievement Award – Mohansinh Darbar of Rajput Samaj Sports Club

Photos of each of the Award winners are below...

Officials Award – Ron Davis of Ealing ACO (above)

League Award – Cathy Mowat of the Women’s Southern Cricket League (above)

Middlesex Development League/U19 Club of the Year Award – Ickenham Bears (above)

Young Volunteer Award – Courtney Munns of Eastcote CC (above)

Cricket Force Award – Adam Wilson of Brondesbury CC (above)

Get the Game On Award – collected by James Lark of the Middlesex Participation Team on behalf of Hinay Dassani of Twickenham CC (above)

Heartbeat of the Club Award – Bob Pedersen of North London CC (above)

Services to Disability Cricket Award – Tanya Blake of Tower Hamlets College (above)

Lifetime Achievement Award – Mohansinh Darbar of Rajput Samaj Sports Club (above)

Once again Middlesex would like to thank our volunteers, clubs and leagues who ensure that cricket can continue to flourish in Middlesex as well as to Lexus Edgware Road whose constant support allows this event to be so successful.