BEN Burkill picked up two awards at the Spenser Wilson Halifax League's annual prize presentation at The Venue, Barkisland.

Cullingworth's skipper not only won the first teams' batting prize for the First Division with an average of 86.36, he also took the Ronald Wolfenden Batting Trophy for his aggregate of 1,209 runs.

Burkill, who was one of three players to top 1,000 runs (another was Mount's Mahmad Makda), also picked up the First Division trophy on behalf of his club, who have now been promoted for two years in succession.

Having joined from the Craven League in 2014, they will join Oxenhope in the top flight next season.