New Leader Of Kingfisher Beer Cricket World Club MVP Batting Ratings
There is a new leader at the top of the . Prabodha Ereshan De Silva Senevirathne now leads the way after completing the minimum requirement of three matches. He has made a spectacular, if very belated, start to the club season for Sleaford in the Lincolnshire Premier League and scored two centuries in his first three matches. The remainder of the top ten remains more or less unchanged with Muhammad Jaffer (Banstead) in second and Glen Addicott (Vauxhall Mallards) in third.
Burton Latimer's Waqas Chugtai is the big mover in the bowling ratings this week following his astonishing haul of nine for 15 against Stony Stratford that sees him move up seven places to second. Dinuka Hettiarachchi maintains his virtually season-long reign at the top, with Simon Kerrigan (Ormskirk), Asad Ali (Wood Lane) and Nayyer Abbas (Knypersley) occupying positions three to five. Fahad Masood (Bourne) took seven wickets in his match against Bracebridge Heath to stay in sixth, while Saqlain Mushtaq took seven wickets for West Indian Cavaliers to move up to eighth. Chris Peploe (Ealing) and Ashar Zaidi (Netherfield) round out the top ten.
The overall ratings are once again pretty much unchanged, with Waqas Chugai the only mover; his outstanding bowling performance putting him eighth. This means that David Wainwright (Castleford) continues to lead the way with Ashar Zaidi (Netherfield) and Joe Root (Sheffield Collegiate) completing the leading trio.
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Former Nottinghamshire and Essex opener Jason Gallian hit 123 for Saffron Walden against Vauxhall Mallards; former Loughborough University cricketer Richard Wilkinson scored 108 for Barnt Green; and former Nottinghamshire batsman Joshua Mierkalns made 90 for Caythorpe against Kimberley Institute.
Besides international star Saqlain Mushtaq’s aforementioned seven wickets in the Notts Premier League, other bowlers to star last weekend include former Northamptonshire man Tom Huggins, who took seven for 26 for Bury St Edmunds; and former Worcestershire seamer Chris Liptrot, who took six for 58 for Highfield against Newton-le-Willows.
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