County Cricketers In The Stanbic Bank T20

County Cricketers in the Stanbic Bank T20
County Cricketers in the Stanbic Bank T20
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Ryan ten Doeschate (Essex and Mashonaland Eagles)
Batting: 225 runs at an average of 37.50 (strike rate: 155.17)
Bowling: one wicket at an average of 31.00 (economy: 9.30)
Highlight: An unbeaten 121 from 58 balls that included eight sixes in the third preliminary final

Phil Mustard (Durham and Mountaineers)
Batting: 195 runs at 32.50 (154.76)
Wicket-keeping: four catches, two stumpings
Highlight: Top-scoring for his side with 56 from 31 balls in the final

Paul Horton (Lancashire and Matabeleland Tuskers)
Batting: 178 runs at 59.33 (89.00)
Highlight: Helping to guide his side home with a calm 39 against the Rocks

Peter Trego (Somerset and Mashonaland Eagles)
Batting: 166 runs at 27.67 (118.57)
Bowling: nine wickets at 18.11 (7.09)
Highlight: four for 27 to help his side progress to the semi-final

Riki Wessels (Nottinghamshire and Mid West Rhinos)
Batting: 158 runs at 31.60 (122.48)
Wicket-keeping: two catches
Highlight: 51 from 44 balls against the Eagles

Gary Ballance (Yorkshire and Mid West Rhinos)
Batting: 137 runs at 34.25 (155.68)
Highlight: Two powerful half-centuries that went a long way towards ending the accusations that he was not made for Twenty20

Tom Smith (Lancashire and Matabeleland Tuskers)
Batting: 103 runs at 20.60 (94.50)
Bowling: two wickets at 87.00 (8.29)
Highlight: Taking two for 12 and following it with an unbeaten 63 against Southern Rocks

Rory Hamilton-Brown (Surrey and Mashonaland Eagles)
Batting: 66 runs at 11.00 (113.79)
Bowling: eight wickets at 15.50 (7.02)
Highlight: His effective flat off-breaks made up for his ineffective top-order batting

Lou Vincent (ex-Sussex and Mid West Rhinos)
Batting: 55 runs at 13.75 (103.77)
Highlight: His 25 in the Rhinos’ comfortable win over the Tuskers

Andrew Hall (Northamptonshire and Mashonaland Eagles)
Batting: 41 runs at 10.25 (124.24)
Bowling: three wickets at 45.33 (7.16)
Highlight: Steady and reliable throughout with both bat and ball

Ned Eckersley (Leicestershire and Mountaineers)
Batting: 27 runs at 27.00 (77.14)
Highlight: His fielding at cover was, at times, exemplary

Dirk Nannes (Surrey and Mountaineers)
Bowling: eight wickets at 15.62 (5.95)
Highlight: Hostile, economical and threatening with the ball throughout

Glenn Querl (ECB Unicorns and Matabeleland Tuskers)
Bowling: seven wickets at 22.43 (7.72)
Highlight: A haul of two for 21 against the Rocks

Adam Wheater (Essex and Matabeleland Tuskers)
Batting: nine runs (90.00)
Wicket-keeping: three catches, three stumpings
His three stumpings were the most by a ‘keeper in the tournament

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