Tom Kohler-Cadmore has enjoyed a superb T10 League campaign with the bat, despite his Pune Devils side only winning one of six games.
Kohler-Cadmore’s campaign ended on Wednesday with 206 runs at an average of 41.2, including two fifties.
He left the competition as its leading run-scorer, ahead of former White Rose team-mate Nicholas Pooran (197), who is certain to overtake him ahead of tomorrow’s final.
Kohler-Cadmore pleasingly had a hand in an extremely encouraging finale for Sam Wisniewski, who has also been playing for Pune.
On Wednesday, against Pooran’s Northern Warriors, the left-arm wrist spinner had the explosive West Indian caught at long-off by Kohler-Cadmore, taking two wickets in an over.
The 19-year-old will return to Emerald Headingley full of knowledge after three appearances and two wickets.
Unfortunately, it has been a – so far – frustrating event for Adam Lyth, who has only played three games for Delhi Bulls. He did not bat in the first two and scored 13 in the third.
Loved every minute of the
T10League</a> this year. Gutted to have been knocked out but massive thanks to everyone <a href="https://twitter.com/pune_devils?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">pune_devils https://t.co/wBiSG4jnfC
— Tom Kohler-Cadmore (@tomkcadmore) February 4, 2021
The Northern Superchargers men will go into this month’s final draft for the inaugural Hundred campaign with five draft places to fill.