Batsmen pile on plenty of runs
Sam Martin, Marist Brothers
CONSISTENT performer this season and became the top run-scorer in the competition after a well earned century against Cudgen in the final round before the Christmas break.
Steve Mison, Alstonville
HAS scored seven half centuries and is leading the way scoring the bulk of the runs for Alstonville at the top-order.
Caleb Ziebell, Cudgen
A STANDOUT at representative level and unlucky not to be selected in the NSW Country side earlier this month.
Angus Callan, Lennox Head
STILL in high school at Trinity Catholic College in Lismore and scored four consecutive half centuries from opening bat.
Aaron Laycock, Pottsville
A KEY figure in the top order at Pottsville and has a habit of backing up big scores the following the week.
Sam Irvine, Casino RSM Cavaliers
ALL class at Casino and still one of the most skilful batsmen at any level on the North Coast.
Ben Carruthers, Ballina Bears
HIS best start to a season and the form all-rounder with 398 runs and 18 wickets to his name.
Luke Hamilton, Tintenbar-East Ballina
THE only batsmen on the list to score two tons this season with 120 against Ballina Bears and 102 against Marist Brothers.
Nathan Hoey, Tintenbar-East Ballina
SHOWS plenty of grit at the crease and a popular captain at Tintenbar-East Ballina over the past three years.
Lachlan Barnsley, Marist Brothers
WORKING well at the top order and scoring plenty of runs alongside Martin most weeks.