Farsley's talented young player James Logan won the Sir Learie Constantine Premier Division All Rounder of the Year award at tonight's League Dinner at Emerald Headingley.
The left-arm spinner won the Premier Division bowling averages with 54 wickets at an average of 11.02 and scored 562 runs for an average of 33.06.
The Jack Hill All Rounder prize for the league's remaining first team division's was won by Undercliffe;s overseas player Khalid Usman who topped both the batting and bowling averages as he helped his club to win the Championship One title. He scored 585 runs for an average of 65 and took 55 wickets at 8.38 apiece.
Mark Robertshaw's outstanding contribution of 1,079 runs to Pudsey St Lawrence's Premier Division title troiumph earned him the Players' Player of the Year award. Robertshaw also picked up the awards for the Premier Division Batting Averages and the highest runs aggregate.
Birstall's talented young all-rounder Josh Haynes, above, certainly made a big impact in is half season with the Championship Two club.
Haynes scored 304 runs at an average of 50.67 and claimed 33 wickets at an average of 7.82. His performances saw him win the Ernest Lodge Young Spinner and Gordon Bowers Young Cricketer of the Year trophies.
The David Bairstow Golden Glove Award for the young wicketkeeper of the year went to Adwalton's Josh Bennett, above, and Altofts' Farrouk Alam took the Simon Stirling Cup after hutting 39 sixes.
Morley became the latest winners of the Albert Smith Spirit of Cricket Trophy and Hartshead Moor, below, were awarded the Tom Mathers ground award for the second time.
Keighley's secretary Joanne Walker, below, won the Unsung Hero Award for the brave way she carried out her duties while battling illness.