Undercliffe’s overseas player Khalid Usman has topped both the Championship One batting and bowling averages.
His performances helped the Intake Road side finish top of the table and he headed the averages despite missing the last four games of the season.
Usman scored 585 runs at an average of 65 and took 55 wickets at 8.38 with his left-arm spin bowling.
He is the first player to top both the batting and bowling averages in the same season since Spen Victoria’s Grant Lambert in 2000.
In the Premier Division the batting averages were headed by Pudsey St Lawrence opener Mark Robertshaw who was the only batsman to score more than 1,000 runs. He finished with 1.071 at an average of 71.93.
Farsley’s young spinner James Logan, who made his County Championship debut for Yorkshire in the final game of the season at Worcester, was the top bowler.
The left-arm spinner took 54 wickets at an average of 11.02 and finished ahead of the experienced Woodlands spinner Chris Brice who took 57 wickets at 11.96 runs apiece.
The Brighouse overseas player Deron Greaves capped a fine individual season by leading the Championship Two batting with an average of 65.75 after scoring 789 runs.
Keighley captain Paul Quinlan capped a magnificent season for his club by topping the bowling averages with 64 wickets at an average of 10.91.
Jer Lane's Tom Watson topped the Conference batting averages with 773 runs at 77.30 with his team-mate Raqeeb Younis second with an average of 55.60.
The Premier Division wicketkeeping honours were taken by Hanging Heaton’s Ishmail Dawood with 37 victims.
Batley’s Naik Zada topped the lists in Championship One with 37 victims, while Keighley’s Adam Smith and Hopton Mills’ James Glover sharing top spot in Championship Two with 26 victims.
The Conference wicketkeeping honours went to Joshia Bennett of Adwalton with 30 victims.
League records officer Michael Rhodes has audited the averages for every division.
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