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Isle of Wight cricketer David Lloyd has been awarded the Lifetime Service to Cricket award at the ECB’s OSCA’s for his 30 years of work in disability cricket.

Whilst David is known around the Island as a player and volunteer, he has also been giving up his time to the British Association for Cricketers with Disabilities (BACD).

David has been active on the BACD committee, holding a number of prominent positions within the organisation. He has worked closely with the ECB and has been a part of the growth of the disability game, which now boasts 32 teams playing across 4 differing formats including Hardball and Softball cricket.

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David is still playing for the Island’s disability side and is keen to see new players come on board and strengthen the local set up.

England Player Ollie Pope presented David Lloyd with his award at the OSCA lunch in the Nursery Pavilion at Lords Cricket Ground.

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