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The stand-out performers
Gary Ballance has scored over 1,000 runs during the 2018 season, scoring two hundreds and six fifties across all forms of the game.
The 19-year-old batsman has had somewhat of a break-through year for the White Rose, making valuable contributions in both the Specsavers County Championship and in the Vitality Blast. A total of 547 Championship runs represents a handy contribution for the Keighley-born batsman, who scored a maiden First-Class hundred against Essex at Chelmsford in very difficult conditions.
The Headband Warrior is Yorkshire’s leading wicket-taker in the Specsavers County Championship, having claimed 42 victims at an average of 28.74. The seamer also contributed nine wickets in the Vitality Blast with an economy of 7.77.
Despite a difficult summer, plagued by injury, Ben Coad has still contributed 40 wickets at an average of just 16 in the Specsavers County Championship. The right-arm seamer also took nine wickets in the Vikings’ Royal London One-Day Cup campaign.
Tom Kohler-Cadmore has flourished in his first full season with the White Rose, scoring runs across all three formats, leading the run-scoring charts in the Royal London One-Day Cup with 472 at an average of 52.44. The right-hander gave the Vikings’ campaign a great start scoring 164 in the first game against Durham Jets. Add to these a healthy 321 runs with three fifties in the Vitality Blast and a break-through end to the summer in the Specsavers County Championship scoring 363 runs at 60.5 with two magnificent hundreds. The swashbuckling batsman has had quite the year.
Yorkshire stalwart Steven Patterson took over as Club Captain half-way through the summer and despite a couple of breaks due to injury, the seamer has been his reliable self. With a tally of 20 wickets in six Championship games and 12 wickets in the Vitality Blast, the seamer continues to play his part for the White Rose.
This time last year, Jonny Tattersall had not donned the wicket-keeping gloves for the White Rose. A year on and the Harrogate born right-hander has cemented his place in the side. A quite remarkable achievement, Tattersall has looked assured behind the sticks in all formats whilst also showing good composure with bat in hand. Five half-centuries represents a good return across all three formats.