YMCA left-arm seamer Mikey O'Reilly has won the Leinster Senior bowling award.
The 18 year-old, whom Ger Siggins believes is the youngest recipient of the O'Grady Cup, being five weeks younger than 2007 winner Richard Keaveney and one year younger than 11 times winner Alec O'Riordan, who won it for the first time in 1959.
O'Reilly, son of former Irish international Peter, took 20 wickets at 9.35, with a best bowling return of 5 for 24 against Clontarf.
(Mikey O'Reilly of YMCA who has won the O'Grady Cup)
His feat is remarkable considering he has overcome injury problems which saw him unable to bowl in 2019.
The batting award was won by John Anderson for the third year in a row after he scored 364 runs at an average of 72.80.
The former international from Merrion scored four half centuries in six matches to claim the Marchant Cup.
In other awards announced by Cricket Leinster last week, Rush captain Stephen Doheny won the Fair Play trophy while Pembroke and Laois were commended for their grounds.