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The award is presented by the Minor Counties Cricket Association to the batsman with the highest average throughout the country in the three-day MCCA Championship.
But after resisting those resignation demands for the last week, Clarke's re-election was rubber-stamped today, with the 41 members of the ECB, which comprises 18 first-class counties, the 21 county boards, the MCC and the Minor Counties Cricket Association, returning Clarke as chairman for a second term.
WALES bowed out of the Minor Counties Cricket Association Knockout Cup when they lost narrowly to Lincolnshire at Avenue Road, Abergavenny.
Byline: BY NEIL GOULDING CHESHIRE suffered heartache with a cruel one-wicket defeat to Wales in the Minor Counties Cricket Association Knockout Cup on Sunday.
The Minor Counties Cricket Association have set up a working party to investigate the possibility of a number of three-day championship matches from 2001.
New Minor Counties Cricket Association rules mean Staffs can only play one former professional who has made more than 40 appearances at first class level and Staffs opted for player-coach Kim Barnett.
A Cheshire committee member for more than 20 years, former Northwich all-rounder and retired solicitor, Pickup also holds the demanding posts of ECB recreation committee chairman as well as the chairmanship of the Minor Counties Cricket Association.
Pickup is chairman of the ECB Recreational Cricket forum and of the Minor Counties Cricket Association.