Harrismith captain Arron Quartermaine has scooped the pool at the 2019-20 Upper Great Southern Cricket Association season awards, taking home three trophies including the the major cricketer of the year honour. The A and B-grade awards were announced at the conclusion of the two grand finals on March 14, with Quartermaine and Wickepin's David Wilson each walking away with three trophies in their respective grade awards. Harrismith only won five games this season to finish second-last, but Quartermaine was a stand-out for his side as he won the batting aggregate and cricketer of the year in the UGSCA A-grade competition. Quatermaine smashed 530 runs at an average of 75.71 to win the batting aggregate and he also took 19 wickets to be the third-highest wicket taker in the competition, which led him to the cricketer of the year gong. He was also named the association cricketer of the year, scoring the most points across country week and any other UGSCA representative games. Dylan Kirk was named man-of-the-match in the grand final for his four-wicket haul, and he also walked away with the batting average award for A-grade after averaging a remarkable 117 for premiers Pingelly-Noonebin. His teammate Jordan Hughes won both the bowling aggregate and bowling average gongs in the A-grade after taking 20 wickets at an average of 10.95. Wandering’s Ben Sherry was named the under-21 A-grade cricketer of the year. Wilson finished his season with the batting aggregate, batting average and B-grade cricketer of the year awards after his side lost the grand final to Boddington. Wilson scored 465 runs to average 42.27 while also taking 10 wickets to win the cricketer of the year trophy. Luke Brown from Boddington was named man-of-the-match as he claimed 3-29 to help his side secure grand final glory. Wickepin’s Martin McLean won the bowling aggregate award for claiming 22 wickets at an average of 10.89, while Boddington’s Chris Sjoberg won the bowling average with 8.53. Ethan Johnson from Wagin was named the under-21 B-grade cricketer of the year.