Peterborough Town Cricket Club have been nominated for a top Cambridgeshire sports award.
The city club, who won five league titles last season and who boast a successful and busy youth system, have been short-listed for the Living Sports Community Club (amateur) of the Year award.
Town will be represented at the presentation night in Newmarket next month. The winners are automatically short-listed for the East of England awards.
Peterborough Town professional Paul McMahon is the Northants League’s player-of-the-Year for 2012. The off-spinning all-rounder was the star man as Town claimed their first Premier Division title since 1996. He picked up 70 wickets, 12 more than his nearest top-flight rival.
McMahon collected his prize at the league’s annual dinner which was held at Wicksteed Park over the weekend.
Town also picked up the Premier Division and Division Two (second team) Championship trophies. Oundle Town collected the Division One, Division Six (second team) and Division 11 (third team) Championship trophies.