Two of the key figures in Hanging Heaton's treble-winning season have topped the Premier Division averages.
Opener Nick Connolly headed the batting after a league campaign that saw him score 1,156 runs at an average of 89.62. His haul of runs included five centuries and six half-centuries.
Overseas left-arm spinner Muhammad Rameez topped the bowling charts with 57 wickets at an average of 10.56. He had five hauls of five wickets or more.
Opening batsman, Shoukat Ali, a key figure in Scholes championship-winning side was top of the batting but only just. He scored 879 runs at an average of 51.71 and just edged out the consistent Methley all-rounder Marcus Walmsley who scored 774 runs at an average of 51.60.
The bowling was equally closely fought with Morley skipper Oliver Halliday capping his first season at Scatcherd Lane by winning the bowling trophy. He took 45 wickets at the fine average of 8.24. Scholes spinner Gareth Lee also took 45 wickets but at the slightly higher average of 8.56.
Mohammad Khan finished top of the batting averages after making an outstanding contribution to Hartshead Moor's Championship Two and Jack Hampshire Cup successes.
He scored an impressive 1,127 runs at an average of 86.70 after hitting three hundreds and six fifties in league combat.
The bowling honours went to the impressive Liversedge overseas player Asif Ali. He took 63 wickets at a fine average of 8.33 and that enabled him to edge out the league's top wicket taker Iain Wardlaw of Hartshead Moor. Wardlaw took 76 wickets at am average of 10.04
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An average of 69.50 saw Haseen Bashir of East Ardsley top the batting averages. He scored 659 runs to help his side secure the Conference title.
Joe Finnigan topped the bowling averages with an impressive 69 wickets at 8.17 for second-placed Wakefield St Michael's. His tally of wickets included seven five-wicket hauls and a best of 8-24.
Pudsey St Lawrence's Joshua Smith has topped the Premier Division batting averages for the second successive year. His 485 runs came at an average of 53.89.
Will Swift's 42 wickets for Premier Division champions New Farnley saw him top the bowling averages. He had an average of 12.12 which saw him edge out the Pudsey St Lawrence captain Jordan Moore. He finished with 36 wickets at 12.50.
Chris Hosley's runs were crucial to Ossett's success in winning promotion. He scored 787 runs at an average of 71.55 to head the averages.
Left-arm spinner Matthew Hirst was a key figure in Gomersal's title triumph. He completed the campaign with 57 wicket at 9.65.
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Kyle Welsh of Northowram Fields headed the batting charts with 713 runs at an average of 59.42. His team-mates Dru Patel and Steve Elliott were third and fourth respectively, behind the consistent Scholes opener Neil Kellett who was the division's top runscorer with 866.
Bankfoot's long-serving captain Nigel Hanson took the bowling honours as he claimed 37 wickets at 9.86 to help his side win promotion.
Liversedge's experience batsman Jonny Trevitt took top spot in the batting averages. He scored 388 runs at an average of 64.67.
Liversedge, who were pipped to the league title by Townville, had the top three in the bowling charts. Adam Clarke led the way with 45 wickets at 7.47, while Ben Cross 9.13 and Matthew Barnes 9.38 also performed well.