Who is your LCCC Player of the Year?
On Thursday 29th September the annual player of the year awards will once again be taking place at Emirates Old Trafford, and you can vote for your player of the year below.
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Kyle Jarvis is Lancashire’s leading wicket taker this season and has enjoyed another impressive season for the Red Rose taking 48 wickets in the Specsavers County Championship Division One in 2016. His best figures this season was 6/70 as the former Zimbabwean Test International tore through the Surrey side helping Ashley Giles to another early season victory at Emirates Old Trafford.
What a season it has been for the nineteen year-old! In his first full season in First Class cricket, Haseeb Hameed has hit four centuries and seven half centuries at an average of over 55 for Lancashire. Hameed hit his maiden First Class century against Warwickshire at Emirates Old Trafford, before further hundreds against Nottinghamshire and then two against Yorkshire! The former England Under 19 International has been awarded his Lancashire County Cap, the youngest Red Rose player to awarded thee honour since the war. An England Cap will surely follow….
Liam Livingstone’s form in 2016 saw him nominated for the Specsavers ‘Ones to Watch’ in 2016 and has had an excellent season in all formats for Lancashire this summer. An ever present in the Lancashire side was also called up to the England Lions One-Day side alongside Saqib Mahmood for the series against Pakistan A and Sri Lanka A. In four-day cricket, Livingstone has hit two centuries this summer, including his maiden First Class century against Somerset and has an average of over 53. In white ball cricket, Livingstone hit a stunning half century off just 22 balls against Yorkshire before falling just short of a maiden List A century against Derbyshire as he was dismissed for 98.
Alviro Petersen has stepped up to the mark this season after Ashwell Prince’s departure for Lancashire last year and has led the batting line-up for the Red Rose alongside Hameed and Livingstone. Petersen has hit three centuries including a top score of 191 at Lord’s against Middlesex in June, alongside six half centuries at an average of nearly 50. Petersen also hit a stunning unbeaten century (103*) off just 53 balls at Grace Road in July, but Lancashire Lightning were narrowly beaten by Leicestershire Foxes to end the side’s chances in the NatWest T20 Blast.