Long serving player and head youth team coach Ray Gunn were at a glittering ceremony at Balmer Lawn to collect the award, along with chairman Peter Goodwin and honorary club captain Barry Tucker.
Founded in 1875, Burley undertook their second overseas tour in November, playing two matches in North Africa and beating the Moroccan national team in the process.
They also raised £485 to buy their hosts a coconut cricket mat and have subsequently shipped cricket equipment (bats, pads and helmets) to Morocco.
Back on the historic village green, Burley's Kieron Hudson's new club record 883 runs won the Hampshire League County Division 4 West batting award for a second time, while James Brown's 32 wickets for the second team (a club record) helped Burley IIs win promotion to HCL Regional Division 1 West.
Burley's youth teams were also successful, the Under-10s winning the Dorset League Division 2 Cup, with the Under-15s runners-up in Division 3.