Will Fraine of Honley and Alex Clegg of Meltham came top of Huddersfield’s Joe Lumb Cup statistics
Averages can tell you a lot about an individual’s contribution, but not always the whole story.
Will Fraine of Honley and Alex Clegg of Meltham came top of Huddersfield’s Joe Lumb Cup statistics.
In the batting, Fraine scored 65 more runs than clubmate and skipper Tim Taylor, yet Taylor’s strike rate was 86.92 compared with Fraine’s 79.47.
Roham Randhawa and Bradley Birkhead had the best strike rates at 93.59 and 112.50, but for far fewer runs.
In the bowling, Randhawa and Lewis Richardson bowled the most overs in the Under 17 competition, but Clegg not only had the best average of the frontline attack, but was also the most economical at 3.24 runs per over.