WORCESTER Sorcerers Baseball Club marked their first full competitive campaign at the West Midlands League end-of-season celebration.

The city's Old Elizabethans Cricket Club hosted the event with Worcester having finished third in the summer competition.

After a slow start the least experienced team in the league grew by game, winning two of the last three matches including a 22-3 victory on the final day to end on a positive run difference.

The awards night was a joint evening including awards, an auction and a raffle to raise money for the clubs involved.

Worcester’s awards were voted on by their own players.

The club start off-season training in January and will be on the lookout for sponsorship opportunities and new players.

Sorcerers hope to expand to two teams with a new development side for next season.


Clubman of the year - Alan Magee; rookie of the year - Lee Wilson; outfield golden glove - Nat Garfield; infield golden glove - Chris Wheeler; pitcher of the year - Scott Butler; silver slugger - Luke Borton; MVP - Luke Borton.