Pepsi ICC Development Programme Awards


The Pepsi ICC Development Programme Awards form part of the ICC’s commitment to promoting excellence in cricket development outside the ICC’s Full Members. The Awards recognise exceptional performance and service to the game in ICC Associate and Affiliate Members, highlighting cricket’s expanding reach, promoting innovation and sharing better practice.

 

Since 2006, the BCB are proud to be awarded the following:

 

2013

 

ICC 2013 “Best Overall Development Program this is the most significant of the ICC awards and is a fitting validation of our work from PeeWee right up to the senior level. The fact that we have now won this award six in the last seven years is a testament to our work to date. Our programs are developed to teach resilience, self esteem and social skills and provides players with positive role models and mentors out of school and promotes healthy living and life-skills

 

ICC 2013 “ICC Volunteer of the Year Award” was awarded to Calvin Waldron (Cal). Cal’s work for the development of cricket in Bermuda truly demonstrates the BCB vision to “connect cricket from the grass roots to the world stage.” Cal volunteers his time in all facets of the game whether it be as a player, coach, administrator or manager. Cal is a quiet but very committed individual who never seems to stop! Cal is a Club Representative on the Bermuda Cricket Board, he is National Academy U13 Director and Coach and the Western Counties Treasurer.  In 2013 he completed an intro level Umpire’s course and is often seen stepping in a Umpire or Match Manager during PHC’s local games (when he is not called up to play). Cal manages and coaches the PHC Youth Cricket Program which includes Under 8, Under 11, Under 14 and PDL teams and is responsible for overseeing PHC’s Facilities - he was instrumental in the creation of their new ground turf wicket in 2012. Cal plays an integral role in the development of cricket in Bermuda.

 

ICC 2013 Lifetime Achievement Award was awarded to The Honorable CV (Jim) Woolridge, CBE (The Voice of Summer) in recognition of his contribution to Cricket in Bermuda. At 86 years old, CV Jim Woolridge has spent over 50 years as a cricket commentator in Bermuda bringing cricket into the homes reaching the sick and the shut-in. Mr. Woolridge played his first match for Eastern Counties at 15 years old and has been one of Bermuda’s biggest fans ever since. We are thrilled that the ICC have also seen fit to honour Mr. Woolridge’s dedication and love for cricket in this way. 

 

2012

 

ICC 2012 "Best Overall Cricket Development Programme" This award places emphasis on excellence in all areas of governance, management, cricket operations and participation.  The winner of this award must be a high performing national cricket body with an excellent national cricket pathway that caters for senior and junior players.  The BCB has won this award 5 out of the last 6 years.

 

ICC 2012 "Best Spirit of Cricket Initiative" for an initiative, activity or event that encapsulates a Member’s commitment to social responsibility and the ‘Spirit of Cricket’.  This is the 4th year that the BCB have joined forces with the Hiscox Insurance Limited to hold a celebrity Cricket Festival to celebrate youth cricket. This year over $1500 as raised at the Festival as it brought together both the community and youth.

 

ICC 2012 "Lifetime Service Award"  this award relates to individuals who have provided a minimum of 10 year’s service to cricket development.  Gary Fray, has devoted much of his life to sports administration and was instrumental in the integration between Bermuda’s two segregated cricket governing bodies.  Since the 1990s Gary has directly served on the BCB as Treasurer, 1st Vice President, 2nd Vice President and as Chairman of the Disciplinary Committee where he still continues to serve.

 

2012 ICC Global Award

 

ICC 2012 "Lifetime Service Award" for Mr. Gary Fray.

 

2011

 

ICC 2011 “Best Junior Cricket Initiative” for the BCB National Academy Program 

ICC 2011 “Volunteer of the Year” for Mr. Lionel Tannock’s long-term service to the cricket in Bermuda. 

 

2010

 

ICC 2010 Best Development Programme

ICC 2010 Photo of the Year

 

2010 ICC Global Award

 

ICC 2010 Global Photo of the Year

 

2009


ICC 2009 Best Development Programme 
ICC 2009 Photo of the Year 
ICC 2009 Lifetime Service Award

 

2008


ICC 2008 Best Development Programme 
ICC 2008 Best Junior Cricket Initiative 
ICC 2008 Best Spirit of Cricket Award in Partnership with UNAIDS and UNICEF

 

2007


ICC 2007 Best Overall Cricket Development Programme 
ICC 2007 Best Spirit of Cricket Award in Partnership with UNAIDS and UNICEF 
ICC 2007 Photo of the Year

 

2007 ICC Global Award


ICC 2007 Best Overall Cricket Development Programme
ICC 2007 Photo of the Year

 

2006


ICC 2006 Best Women's Cricket Initiative

 

2005


ICC 2005 Best Overall Cricket Development Program