Wearsider Gary Scott was last named as the Dukes North Premier League’s First Division player of the season.
Batsman Scott was a key man as Felling clinched promotion to the Premier Division, pipping Sacriston to the First Division championship by four points.
In the league, the 32-year-old Sunderland-born former Durham player hit 813 runs at an average of 42.79 and took 19 wickets, including 4-7 against Sunderland.
It was an inspirational effort for Scott in his first season at Felling, after opting to leave Hetton Lyons at the end of the 2015 campaign.
Chester-le-Street won the top-flight title, but the player of the season award went to prolific batsman Jacques du Toit of runners-up Newcastle.
The other prize winners at the presentation evening at Newcastle’s Life Centre last night were:
Second Division player of the season: Adam Nairn (Chester-le-Street)
Third Division player of the season: Harrison Munton (Burnmoor)
Sunday First Division player of the season: Mark Mason (Blaydon)
Sunday Second Division player of the season: Chris Elliott (Gateshead Fell)
Midweek League player of the season: Iain Cruickshank (Sacriston)
Frank Jermy Trophy (Under-17s player of the season): Max Williamson (Benwell Hill)
Umpire of the year: Harry Stephenson
Best new umpire: Jordan Montgomery Else