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Vote for this year's Players' Player

Vote for this year's Players' Player

4 Nov 2017

The five-man short-list for this year’s Players’ Player of the Yearincludes nominees from each of the four divisions.

Voting opened on Wednesday and will remain open until Monday, November 13with the winner being announced at the league’s annual dinner on November 17.

To place you vote simply click this link

THE FIVE CONTENDERS

Nick Connolly (Hanging Heaton): The opening batsman was a model ofconsistency hitting five centuries and six fifties while making 1,165 runs ashe played a huge role in his side’s Premier Division title triumph.
Check out Nick’s record in 2017
Clickhere for the Premier Division Qualifying Batting Averages

Marcus Walmsley (Methley):
TheMethley all-rounder shone as his side won promotion from Championship One as well asreaching the final of the Priestley Cup. The left-handed opener scored 774 runsand took 51 wickets.
Check out Marcus’s record in 2017
Clickhere for the Championship One Qualifying Batting Averages
Clickhere for the Championship One Qualifying Bowling Averages


Mohammad Khan (Hartshead Moor):Mohammad marked his return to Hartshead Moor by finished top of the battingaverages after making an outstanding contribution to their Championship Two andJack Hampshire Cup successes. He scored an impressive 1,127 after hitting threehundreds and six fifties in league combat and took 35 wickets for good measure.
Check out Mohammad’s record in 2017
Clickhere for the Championship Two Qualifying Batting Averages
Clickhere for the Championship Two Qualifying Bowling Averages

Iain Wardlaw (Hartshead Moor): The former Yorkshire and Scotland seamer returned to his first club in2017 and was the league’s leading wicket taker with 76. Wardlaw alsotook key wickets in his team’s Jack Hampshire Cup triumph.
Check out Iain’s record in 2017
Clickhere for the Championship Two Qualifying Bowling Averages

Joe Finnigan (Wakefield St Michael’s): Few bowlers were as consistent as Joe in2017. His haul of 69 wickets included seven give-wicket hauls and a best of8-24. Finnigan’s 653 runs made him a key figure as St Michael’s won promotionand reached the Jack Hampshire Cup final.
Check out Joe’s record in 2017
Clickhere for the Conference Qualifying Batting Averages
Clickhere for the Conference Qualifying Bowling Averages