ASA TRIBE has been named Jersey Cricket Cricketer of the Year.
The Farmers and Jersey batsman has been in superb form for club and country all year and won the award ahead of fellow teenager Charlie Brennan and James Duckett, both of Old Victorians.
Tribe is now at university in the UK, so it was left to his father, Mark, to collect the award on his behalf.
He scored 506 runs for Farmers in the Brooks Macdonald Weekend Premier League formats, taking ten wickets as he helped his club win both the 40-over and T20 competitions.
Tribe was also key to Jersey’s success in the ICC World Cup Challenge League this year, both in Uganda and as hosts in August, and was named Player of the Series.
Meanwhile, Brennan picked up the Young Cricketer of the Year Award.
The big-hitting batsman was in devastating form that belied his tender years, racking up multiple centuries. Over the course of the summer, he scored 728 runs for OVs, taking 11 wickets.