Jason Pymer won the Jung Tigers’&nbsp;all-rounder award after he&nbsp;accrued 343 points thanks to his bowling and batting performances in 2015-16. He took 15 wickets, made 123 runs&nbsp;and took seven catches during his eight games. The wickets also made Pymer the team’s best bowler after he finished with an average of 9.13 per wicket. Skipper Lachie Campbell won the batting award. He made 248 runs at an average of 62. This includes&nbsp;a high score of 157 in a good year for the captain. Mark Crafter’s 415-run season at an average of 51.88 saw him take out the Horsham Saints batting award in their second side. He was a joint winner of the Horsham Cricket Association’s Man of the Match award after a terrific season, so it was no surprise he finished first in the Saints batting award. Teammate Brad Sproule was the club’s best bowler. He took 18 wickets at an average of 18 runs per dismissal in 2015-16. The captain’s award for the Saints’ B Grade side&nbsp;went to Grant Crafter. Homers’ best B Grade batsman was Ash Hopper who won the batting aggregate and average awards. Sam Rintoule had a strong 205-16 season for the Pigeons as well. He won the bowling aggregate and average awards. This included a 7-wicket haul for 25 wickets across the season. He also took 5-48 and 5-55 on two occasions to overcome&nbsp;a quiet start to the summer following the Christmas break..