More than 30 Buccs and their guests enjoyed a convivial evening at the East India Club to celebrate the 2017 season.
With six matches won but also six cancelled, President Simon Woolfries reflected on the twin challenges of the diminished interest in Sunday cricket and global warming before TMS's newest recruit Dan Norcross entertained the audience with his insights from his first Ashes series as a presenter.
Leading batsman with 261 runs was Angus Berry and Simon Leefe recorded an impressive average of more than 41 for the season. Leading bowler was Simon Leefe with 10 wickets while Steve Moules enjoyed the lowest average.
Finally, Dan Norcross presented Angus Berry with the Geoffrey Moore Award for being leading batsman, playing most games played and also stepping up to help get a side together at very short notice for the match against The Mote.