South Australian cricket’s lower grades have also crowned their brightest and best across 2020/21 this week as clubs celebrate their efforts during a unique season.

Congratulations are in order for all teams and players, not just those who have been recognised with awards, following an extremely competitive season played in the right spirit throughout.

Below are the award winners from second, third, fourth and under-18 grades, with first grade award winners able to be viewed by clicking here.

KC Butler Medal – Men’s Second Grade Most Outstanding Player:
Cameron Williams – Northern Districts Cricket Club
Jake Marshall – Southern District Cricket Club
Jeremy Hackett – East Torrens Cricket Club

Lyn Fullston Medal – Women’s Second Grade Most Outstanding Player:
Keely Stone – Southern District Cricket Club

Sid Daly Medal – Men’s Third Grade Most Outstanding Player:
Scott Todd - Tea Tree Gully Cricket Club

McLeod/Wilson Medal – Men’s Fourth Grade Most Outstanding Player:
Luke Atkinson – Tea Tree Gully Cricket Club

Men’s Second Grade Premiership:
Glenelg District Cricket Club

Women’s Second Grade Premiership:
Southern District Cricket Club

Men’s Third Grade Premiership:
Glenelg District Cricket Club

Men’s Fourth Grade Premiership:
Adelaide University Cricket Club

Women’s Second Grade Twenty20 Premiership:
Kensington District Cricket Club

Junior Club Championship Trophy:
Sturt Cricket Club

President’s Trophy:
Kensington District Cricket Club

Scrymgour Club Championship Shield:
Glenelg District Cricket Club

Fellows Award:
Alex Solly – Sturt Cricket Club

Dot Laughton Trophy:
Annabelle Yelland – Southern District Cricket Club

LMS Hargrave Award:
Corey Kelly – Sturt Cricket Club

Under-18 Spirit of Cricket:
Prospect District Cricket Club

Junior Grade Spirit of Cricket:
East Torrens District Cricket Club

Women’s Grade Spirit of Cricket:
West Torrens District Cricket Club