All-rounder Brock Francis capped off a terrific 2019-2020 season with Cuballing Cricket Club, winning three A-grade awards including the cricketer of the year honour. Cuballing were unable to hold their presentation night because of COVID-19 pandemic but it was the Francis show as Brock picked up three awards while brother Grady took home two awards. Brock enjoyed a terrific season with the bat smashing 496 runs at average of 70.86 to take home both the batting aggregate and average. His highest score this season was 117. With the ball Brock took 14 wickets at 16.86, including a five-wicket haul to claim the A-grade cricketer of the year award. However Brock had to settle for second place in the bowling awards to brother Grady who finished second in the competition for wickets taken, snaring 21 at 16.10, to claim the bowling aggregate and average for his side. Joe Dowling was fielder of the year for A-grade. Robin Donnell followed Brock Francis’ lead, scooping the B-grade awards including the B-grade cricketer of the year trophy. He took out the bowling aggregate and average after a season with the ball that netted 13 wickets at 9.15. He also made 176 runs at 29.33 on his way to the major B-grade award. Quinlan Paice was a shining light with the bat, making 309 runs at an average of 30.90 to win the B-grade batting aggregate award while Dorry Grzinic took out the B-grade batting average award after averaging 31 from nine games. Blair Kemp was named fielder of the year for the B-grade. Neil Maartens claimed the Peter Hewett award for most improved throughout the season while Caleb Dewing won the junior award.