Teddington will celebrate one of English cricket’s most successful club campaigns when it holds its end of season awards evening on Sunday.

With all four senior teams and all six junior sides having finished in the top two of their respective divisions, it has been a summer to remember for Teddington, and members will celebrate in style.

The first team ended a fantastic Middlesex County League Premier Division season last Saturday with a six-wicket defeat at home to Hampstead.

Teddington were bowled out for 180 in 35 overs, a target Hampstead reached in 39 overs for the loss of four wickets.

The side finished second in the table, 26 points behind champions Winchmore Hill.

Their second XI finished top of Division One in the second XI competition, with the thirds claiming the Division Two title in the third XI league.

The club’s awards ceremony & BBQ starts at 4pm on Sunday at their Bushy Park  clubhouse.

Twickenham and Richmond ended their seasons in first and second places respectively in Middlesex Division Two, with 17 points seperating the two teams.

Twickenham romped to a 251-run triumph over Acton last Saturday, having racked up an imposing total of 327 all out before skittling their rivals for just 76.

Richmond beat Brentham by 40 runs.