Jake Libby and Brett D’Oliveira were the big winners at Worcestershire County Cricket Club’s end of season awards evening.

The pair picked up five awards between them at the presentation evening at New Road on Saturday evening.

Opening batsman Libby took home the Dick Lygon award, a recognition of his achievements both on and off the field.

He was also voted the Player’s Player Of The Year after a season in which he scored 1,075 runs in the County Championship, the second highest of any player in the competition.

Having only arrived from Nottinghamshire two years ago, Libby had made an immediate impact at New Road and was appointed vice-captain of the red ball side this summer.

D’Oliveira meanwhile took home a haul of three awards.

The all-rounder picked up the Supporters’ Association Player Of The Year, the T20 Player Of The Year and the Fans Forum Fielder Of The Year.

D’Oliveira was an integral part of the Three Pears pace attack in the red ball game and the club’s second-highest scorer in the Royal London Cup.

In the Vitality Blast D’Oliveira excelled, finishing the season as the Rapids leading run-scorer and the most economical bowler.

Meanwhile Dillon Pennington earned the Worcestershire Cricket Society Moment Of The Year Award for his 4-0 bowling performance against Yorkshire at Headingley in the Vitality Blast.

Jack Haynes’ 153 off 128 balls against Essex at Chelmsford in the Royal London Cup, his maiden century for Worcestershire, was named best match performance of the 2021 season.

Finally, the David Exall Award went to Mike Hitchings.

Mr Hitchings has been a Worcestershire supporter for 60 years and is currently Secretary of The Worcestershire Cricket Society.