Tom Cooper

Awarded to the outstanding club, player or official of the season, the Tom Cooper Award has been awarded by the league committee since it was presented to the league in 1988. The following is a list of winners, together with details of the achievements for which they were awarded the trophy.

Year Winner Details
1988 Seagry
1989 Goatacre For winning Division 1, winning all 17 of the matches they played.
1990 Goatacre For winning the national village knock-out cup.
1991 Westbury For winning Division 1, winning 14 and tying 1 of their 17 matches, and for their 2nd XI winning division 3, winning 16 of their 17 matches.
1992 Purton For winning Division 1, winning 13 of their 14 matches.
1993 Colin Cooper For services to the league as its inaugural Fixtures and Results Officer.
1994 Goatacre For winning Division 1, and reaching the quarter finals of the national village knock-out cup.
1995 Kevin Aubrey
Blunsdon CC
For his season total of 847 runs in 1994, setting a new record for Division 3. He already held the Division 5 record of 780 runs, achieved in 1990.
1996 Francis Sheppard For services to the league as its Chairman for many years.
1997 No Award
1998 Duncan Pierce For services to the league over many years as its inaugural Treasurer.
1999 Winsley
2000 James Hill
United Churches CC
For the work done to transform their pitch over a number of seasons.
2001 Kevin Aubrey
Blunsdon CC
For scoring 710 runs at an average of 78.89, including a top score of 200*
2002 Alan Pullin For services to the league over many years, including as its Vice Chairman.
2003 Wilcot For the work done to transform their pitch and ground.
2004 No Award
2005 No Award
2006 Highworth For winning division 5, winning all 15 of their completed matches, 10 of them by a margin of at least 125 runs or 6 wickets.
2007 Potterne For winning division 1 and division 6, their 1st XI winning all 13 of their completed matches. They bowled first in all 13, and won 10 of them by 5 or more wickets.
2008 Keevil For the work done to transform their pitch over a number of seasons.
2009 Steve Copland
Lacock CC
For a season-leading 682 runs, including 3 centuries. He also took 19 wickets during the season.
2010 Anton Newton For services to the league as Administration Officer for over 20 years.
2011 Burbage & E.R. For winning division 1 in their first year in the division, winning 16 of their 17 matches played, and tying the 17th.
2012 No Award
2013 Box For winning division 2 and division 7, their 1st XI winning all 15 of their completed matches, 10 of them by a margin of at least 100 runs or 7 wickets.
2014 No Award
2015 No Award
2016 Jon Fair
Bath Hospitals CC
For winning both the batting and bowling awards in division 3. His 704 runs was the third highest in the entire league, and his 27 wickets put him 7th in the league.
2017 Geoff Halls
Highworth CC
For many years of service to Highworth Cricket Club, including over 30 years on the club committee, over 15 of them as chairman, and for service to the league, serving on the league committee for almost 10 years. Awarded postumously following his sudden loss in early 2017.