We will be featuring our favourite club and youth performances of the week. What's more, as well as nominating your club's performances, you can vote for the performance you think is best and win your club a prize.
Congratulations to Joe Corbett who, at the age of 13, managed to a sensational 8/37 and won our Performance of the Week. Also well done to runner up Mount CC who became Tinker cup champions and came in 2nd place in our poll.
With more than 1,000 votes between them, we have named joint winners of last week's award - well done to Cirencester CC's Tom Rutter and Cherry Willingham CC. Well done also to everyone nominated, particularly Oli Whately and Zak Tunmore in third place and Finlay Rutherford in fourth.
A record number of social shares at over 4000 and some outstanding performances last week saw both Ollie (10/7) and Joe Settle (319*) battled it out in the votes for the top spot - so we have decided that both are this weeks winners!
Congratulations to last week’s voted winners Cirencester CC who were crowned division 1 title winners and won our poll with 315 votes. Also huge well done to runner up Paul Butterworth who took 10-46 for Cheadle Hulme CC.
Congratulations to last week’s voted winner Alex Welby who smashed an incredible 235 and amassed a well deserved 570 votes. Also well done to runner up Imran Patel who hit 97*, followed by 157* for Batley CC.
Congratulations to last week’s winning vote for Ben Waring of Felsted School, who holds the record for most wickets taken in a season! Also well done to runners up George Royle and James Gillespie who both hit fantastic centuries.
Congratulations to last week’s winner Tom Lightfoot who took a sensational 10 wicket haul for Woodlands CC! Also well done to runner up Will Sissons who scored 108 and took 1/22 for Rydal Penrhos school.
Congratulations to last week’s winner Pierce O'Mahoney who took 7/41 for Steppingley CC. Also well done to runner up Connor G, who's performance with the ball was almost enough, with only 67 votes difference!
Congratulations to last week’s winner 13 year old Bryce Johnstone who scored his maiden century for Burnley CC. Also well done to Beddington CC who 5 games, along with Dan Beeton's century, who came a very close second!