Thursday 7 July 2011 

New Overall Leader Of Kingfisher Beer Cricket World Club MVP Ratings

Cricket World Kingfisher Club MVP Ratings

The Kingfisher Beer have now been updated for last weekend’s fixtures and see a new leader at the top of the bowling and overall ratings.

David Brown (Mumbles) remains top of the batting ratings despite not playing this week, while Derbyshire’s Paul Borrington (Ticknall) continues his excellent recent form and moves up to second place following his 137 against Lullington Park.

Glen Batticciotto scored a century for Nantwich and moves up three places to fourth, with James Benning also gaining ground following his 99 for High Wycombe, up four places to fifth. Josh Knappett (Finchley) and Robert Taylor (Market Harborough) are the weekend’s biggest losers, falling down to sixth and ninth respectively.

Dinuka Hettiarachchi takes top spot in the bowling ratings, having taken 15 wickets in his last two outings for St Annes, including eight for 56 last weekend against Chorley.  Last week’s leader, Simon Kerrigan’s rating drops slightly after he took only three wickets for Ormskirk, while Asad Ali holds on to third position after returning impressive figures of seven for 62 for Wood Lane.

Yorkshire’s David Wainwright is a new entrant inside the top ten following his completion of the required minimum matches and sits fourth after back-to-back five wicket hauls for Castleford. Carl Simon (Preston Nomads) re-enters the top ten in eighth following his four wickets against Three Bridges, while Ian Butler drops outside after a disappointing performance for Porthill Park.

David Wainwright takes the top spot in the overall ratings, combining his excellent bowling performances with an unbeaten century in last weekend’s match, to give him an outstanding rating of 103.6. Ashar Zaidi (Netherfield) and Tom Andrews (Market Deeping) are in second and third positions, with James Benning dropping down to fourth after not bowling for High Wycombe.

Dinuka Hettiarachchi’s rating improves but he remains in fifth, with Asad Ali moving up to seventh following his excellent figures. Simon Kerrigan (down four places to eighth) and Chris Peploe (down 15 places to 24th) are the weekend’s biggest fallers.

You might have heard of:

Former Nottinghamshire batsmen Darren Bicknell, who made 174 for Belvoir against Welbeck Colliery; Middlesex batsman Adam London (Sunbury), who hit an unbeaten 172 against Reigate Priory; and Warwickshire ’keeper Richard Johnson, who made 122 for Knowle and Dorridge over West Bromwich Dartmouth.

Of the bowlers, former Derbyshire stalwart Kevin Dean took seven for 10 for Ockbrook and Borrowash against Alfreton; Australian Ben Laughlin (Netherfield) took six for 33 against Barrow; and former Nottinghamshire off-spinner Stephen Randall returned figures of five for 25 for Caythorpe against Papplewick and Linby.

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