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Stevens reaches top of FTI MVP rankings

Darren Stevens’ fourth five-wicket haul of the season has propelled him to the top of FTI MVP overall rankings.

The Kent all-rounder leapfrogs Lancashire’s Tom Smith into top spot after a fine bowling performance in his side's defeat of former county Leicestershire this week.

The 38-year-old, the third-highest scorer since the rankings began in 2007 despite losing 20 per cent of his LV= County Championship points for playing in Division Two, has taken 34 wickets and scored 553 runs in four-day action this term.

He has also snared 12 scalps and amassed 253 runs in the NatWest T20 Blast.

Glamorgan all-rounder Jim Allenby tops the Blast FTI MVP rankings and is up to fourth overall after a stunning innings of 105 off just 63 balls in the recent South Group victory over Middlesex Panthers at Richmond.

Allenby has struck 439 runs in this season’s competition, contributing 31.79 per cent of Glamorgan’s overall at a strike rate of 143 per 100 balls.

Surrey batsman Jason Roy’s stunning form in both formats has seen him break into the top 10.

The 23-year-old is second in the Blast rankings after hitting 392 runs, which is 31.82 per cent of Surrey’s overall, at a rate of 146 per 100 deliveries. 

Roy has also compiled two fifties and the same amount of hundreds in his last five championship innings.

Surrey batsman Jason Roy has been in stunning form in both LV= County Championship Division Two and NatWest T20 Blast this season

                                                                   OVERALL COUNTY FTI MVP

 

County

Batting

Bowling

Fielding

Captain

Wins

Played

Points

Average

Stevens

Kent

142.65

206.78

13

0

6

20

369

18.43

Smith

Lancs

157.84

186.30

10

0

9

20

363

18.16

Patel

Notts

205.72

122.14

14

0

10

20

352

17.59

Allenby

Glam

208.86

111.65

12

4

6

20

343

17.15

Patel

Warks

68.11

221.11

11

0

8

19

308

16.22