Triangle's statistics department have judged that the following players were the cream of the crop for June
Those outside the top 3 can check their ranking in the table below. Follow this link to see how the rankings were worked out.
Simon Proffitt takes his second player of the month award scoring 281 runs at an average of 70.25 from 5 innings, with 2 centuries. He was also the leading wicket taker with 13 at 20.62.
Matt Randell was just behind Proffitt with 277 runs in June at 34.62 with one century. He chipped in with 6 wickets at 36.33 and 5 catches.
Ryan Price scooped the bronze award ending a good month with back-to-back fifties, including 75* against Broadstone 3rds. Ryan scored 141 runs from 4 innnings, averaging 47. He also turned his arm over to take a wicket against Broadstone.
Jack had another strong month with the ball, taking 8 wickets at 28.75 to bring his season total to an impressive 15. He also held his first catch for the club and added a run out highlighting a big improvement in his fielding this season.
Ryley Marsh has become an ever present in the Sunday side and has turned out for the 2nds, earning his place for his full commitment to fielding. He takes 2nd place thanks to his top score of 15 against Corfe Mullen, including 3 boundaries.
Joe Adkins takes bronze this month mostly due to the limited chances he had to bat - getting pad rash at Stalbridge as Proffitt and Emery remained unbeaten - but then went on holiday and missed the win against Blandford.
The most improved player has been introduced this month to highlight those who have upped their game significantly, or recovered from some early season loss of form.
For those who care about such things, this was calculated by comparing the total points scored between May and June, then comparing the points per game scored by each player between the two months. The combined rankings in these two categories gave the top 3 displayed below:
Ray recovered from scoring just 6 runs from 3 innings in May, to 92 runs from 4 innings in June. Ray scored 142 more points than the previous month (up by 2367%), equating to an extra 35 points per game.
Ryley Marsh's highest score so far, 15 runs, saw his total points rocket from 10 in May, to 133 this month, an increase of 1230%!
Dave ended the month with 123 runs, with one half-century from 5 games, compared to just 32 runs from 5 innings in May. He increased his total points by 236 (up by 472%) in June.
Craig's return as a late replacement for the last week of the month only yielded 1 point, but he did take a catch.
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* points calculations are based on the figures available at the time, if 4s/6s, catches, run outs, etc haven't been recorded in scorebooks or on Play Cricket then they will not be included in the final points total.