Recreational Fujitsu Heat Pumps MVP
East Coast Bays CC drawn as MVP Club of the Season
Year seven premier captain Adam Banks has given his East Coast Bays Club the ultimate reward, when they were drawn as the Fujitsu Heat Pumps MVP Club of the Season.
Heat Pump City Managing Director David Catanach made the presentation to East Coast Bays' officials on Saturday during the clubs junior prize giving. The MVP Club of the Season prize is a fully installed Fujitsu Heat Pump with an estimated value of up to $5000, which the club can install at their clubrooms or auction to members to assist their fundraising efforts.
Banks' qualifying MVP performance was achieved in the match against North Shore Cricket Club in November. Opening the batting Banks' swashbuckling innings saw him retire on 50 (off 31 deliveries), before he completed a memorable day by capturing 2 for 34 from his 8 overs.
East Coast Bays' Vivienne Rundle was shocked but excited for the club. "It still has not really registered that we have won this prize and it is all a bit overwhelming to be honest.
"Everyone at the club is so pleased for Adam and especially that he was able to be here to receive the prize on behalf of the club has been great.
"Now we have the exciting task of finding out the best way that the club can benefit from this, for which we are very thankful to Fujitsu" said Rundle.
View the Fujitsu Heat Pumps MVP table and scorecard
for the matchNote: Fujitsu Heat Pumps MVP - Club of the Season
The player, who is calculated as the leading Fujitsu Heat Pumps MVP from each match completed and loaded into CricHQ, will automatically earn their Club or School an entry into the draw.