Bourne Cricket Club were among the trophies at the Lincolnshire ECB Premier League presentation night at Hemswell Court.
As well as picking up the Winkworth Cup for their success in the Twenty20 competition, Bourne skipper Pete Morgan also received the Stephen Bradford Fair Play Trophy.
Sports journalist and broadcaster John Inverdale, who started his career in Lincolnshire, presented the awards then spoke fondly of his time in the county and fielded a number of probing questions from a captive audience.
Premier League: champions Bracebridge Heath; runners-up Sleaford.
Winkworth Cup: winners Bourne; man of the match Luke Robinson (Lindum).
Stroud Family batting trophy: Tim McIntosh (Sleaford).
Most runs in the season: Tim McIntosh (Sleaford).
Lincolnshire Echo Bowling Trophy: Tom Shorthouse (Sleaford).
Most wickets in the season: Matt Rutherford (Market Rasen).
Wicketkeeping award: Richard Bishop (Lindum).
Fielding catches: Lee Charlton (Grimsby).
Onyx Cup most man-of-the-match awards: Malinga Bandara (Woodhall Spa).
Stephen Bradford memorial award for best all-rounder: Tom Shorthouse (Sleaford).
Stephen Bradford Fair Play Trophy: Bourne.
Harry Pougher Memorial Trophy: Louis Kimber (Sleaford).
Sibber Addison Umpire Trophy: Steve Massingham and Gareth Dowson (both Lincoln).
Terry Bates Grounds Trophy: Sleaford.
Lincolnshire Free Press Scorers’ Trophy: Shelley Clayton (Lindum).
Ann Boulton Services to Cricket Award: Michael Marsh (Grantham).
Tony North Trophy for the most promising under-19 newcomer: Dan Freeman (Grantham).
The most improved under-19 award: Louis Kimber (Sleaford).
Colin White Trophy for the young bowler of the year: Nic Keast (Louth).
Lincolnshire County Cricket Club batsman of the year: Dan Freeman. Development award: Alex Willerton. Achievement: Matt Carter. Bowling award: Alex Osmond. Fielder award: Carl Wilson.
Lincolnshire Women’s Cricket League: winners Market Rasen Town.