Well done: Queen’s Park Cricket Club (QPCC) batsman Jonathan Augustus, left, receives the Cricketer of the Year award from club president, former West Indies wicketkeeper Deryck Murray, at the QPCC’s cricket awards dinner at the Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain, Friday. –Photo: Curtis Chase

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Augustus is QPCC’s Cricketer of the Year

By BY Roger Seepersad

Although the 2013 domestic season was not a big success like the previous two years, Queen’s Park Cricket Club still had a lot celebrate during their cricket end-of-season presentation and awards dinner at the Oval on Friday night when Jonathan Augustus was named the Parkites’ Cricketer of the Year.

After winning a hat-trick of domestic titles in 2011 and 2012, the Parkites only won the Sunday League 50 overs trophy in 2013 with Southern rivals PowerGen Penal clinching the Premier Division League and Twenty20 titles.

Augustus played a crucial part in their fourth consecutive Sunday League triumph, hitting an unbeaten 55 to lead them past Merry Boys and in their tense semi-final contest.

The Queen’s Park Oval ballroom was packed on Friday night with Augustus sharing the stage with a lot of youngsters including 18-year-old medium pacer Tion Webster and 17-year-old opening batsman Jeremy Solozano, who were among the five nominated for Cricketers of the Year.

The other two nominees for the top award were Parkite skipper Justin Guillen and batsman Petrock Nicholas.

Some of the other youngsters who crossed the stage on the night included all-rounder Anthony Simmons who copped  the “Fighting Spirit” trophy as the Runako Morton Most Promising Youth Cricketer of the Year.

Webster was the Peter Waithe Youth Cricketer of the Year while his Trinidad and Tobago Under-19 teammate, leg-spinner Jesse Bootan, was named the Phil Thomson Youth Personality of the Year.

After collecting his trophy, Augustus said he was satisfied with his performance but not totally satisfied.

“I would like to score more hundreds. More runs in the league, get a better average and put my name out there again,” the former West Indies Under-19 right-hand batsman added.

“Practice hard, make some runs and hopefully the selectors will see me. That is all I could do, score runs. Mentally I am in a good place and that is what has brought success for me this year,” said the 28-year-old Augustus. 

 

QPCC Honour Roll

Cricketer of the Year—Jonathan Augustus
 
Five Cricketers of the Year
Jeremy Solozano
Tion Webster
Justin Guillen
Jonathan Augustus
Petrock Nicholas
 
Runako Morton Most Promising Youth Cricketer—Anthony Simmons
 
Peter Waithe Youth Cricketer of the Year—Tion Webster
 
Phil Thomson Youth Personality of the Year—Jesse Bootan
 
National Youth 
Representatives
Under-15
Kirstan Kallicharan
 
Under-19
Jeremy Solozano
Jesse Bootan
Tion Webster
Camillo Carimbocas
 
FIVE WICKET HAULS
Premier DivisionT20
Tion Webster—5/17 vs Defence Force
 
Premier Division League
Tion Webster—5/11 vs Diamond
Sherwin Peters 5/5 vs Diamond
Khary Pierre 5/51 vs Esmeralda
 
North Championship League
Sherwin Peters 5/37 vs Defence Force
Isaiah Rajah—5/40 vs Sweet Revenge
Anthony Alexander—5/45 vs Felicity
Tion Webster—5/51 vs Calcutta
Jesse Bootan—5/65 vs Preysal
 
Premier Reserve League
Khary Pierre—6/25 and 5/14 vs Caldrac
Israel Canning—6/62 vs Comets
Kyle Boneo—5/45 vs PowerGen
Anthony Serrette 5/47 vs PowerGen
 
North Championship Reserve
Kevon Charles—6/22 vs Central Sports
Cavan Byrne 5/39 vs Preysal
 
CENTURIES
Sunday League
Jonathan Augustus—106 vs Aranjuez
 
Premier Division
Jonathan Augustus—103 vs Caldrac
Petrock Nicholas—136 vs Bamboo
Justin Guillen—105 vs Comets
Justin Guillen—105 vs Esmeralda
 
North Championship
Sherwin Peters—100 n.o. vs Calcutta
Savion Lara—151 n.o. vs Defence Force
Clifton Halls—114 n.o. vs Defence Force
Anthony Alexander 121 vs Petrotrin
 
Premier Division Reserve League
Camillo Carimbocas—140 vs Aranjuez
Ricardo Paty—121 vs Merry Boys
Anthony Serrette 103 n.o. vs Esmeralda
Kelly Rosales 154 vs Caldrac
 
North Championship 
Reserve League
Kelly Rosales 100 n.o. vs Central Sports
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