The clubs Duck Trophy is awarded to the member who has been out the most times during the season when their score has been zero, or a 'duck'. Originally called a "duck's egg" because of the "0" shape in the scorebook. If players are equal with same amount of ducks they are then judged by the most 'golden ducks' that is out on the ball they faced. The current Duck Trophy, which was donated to the club by Ted Tempero in 2005, is a replacement of the second duck trophy which was in a bad state of repair. The second duck trophy was a mounted red plastic duck with the winners written down under the mounting. The original duck trophy which was first presented at the end of the 1954-55 season was a yellow duck mounted in front of three broken wickets indicating that the duck had been 'bowled'.