Thanks to everyone who has signed up to this season's Fantasy Cricket League, if you haven't you can still join but won't be able to score those week 1 points.
The prize breakdown will be as follows:
1st Place - £200
2nd Place - £80
3rd Place - £50
Highest Weekly Score (not finishing in the top 3) - £40
So we have prizes for the top 3 places in the league but also a prize for the highest weekly team total. This prize can only be won by a manager finishing outside the top 3, giving everyone something to play for throughout, even if your side is out of title contention!
This week's star performer was the returning JD Ahmed who had the best possible return to the club imaginable as he finished unbeaten on 115 to lead the 2nd team to what looked an unlikely victory. His efforts earned our managers 165 points.
Danny Groom was our leading batter courtesy of a well made 55 at Green Lane in the 1st XI's opening day defeat which brought 75 points, whilst the leading bowler was 2nd team Skip Neil Cooper who clocked up 66 points. In a tight all-rounders division Saqi Mir leads the way on 58 points.
Phil Hiley gets out of the blocks early as leading manager followed by Chris Williams and Louis Morton. Phil's imaginatively named side 'Runs' registered an impressive 489 points. Contributions throughout his team were punctuated by captain Groom's 150 points and, the star of the show, JD's 165 points.
Keep an eye on the website and our social media channels for news of next week's team selections.
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