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VOTE: May's Player of the Month, sponsored by AO.com

VOTE: May's Player of the Month, sponsored by AO.com

Voting is now open for Lancashire's May Player of the Month, sponsored by AO.com.

Dane Vilas

Vilas has continued his excellent form for Lancashire since making the move to Emirates Old Trafford over the winter and has been impressive in this year's Royal London One-Day Cup.

The 31 year-old was Lancashire Lightning's top run scorer in the white-ball competition with 408 runs, hitting two centuries against Worcestershire and Durham as well as two half centuries. He averaged 58.29 in eight matches at a strike rate of over 113. 

Vilas has also been excellent in the field for Lancashire, taking three catches for the side.

Karl Brown

Karl Brown, who made his first appearances of the summer for Lancashire in the Royal London One-Day Cup enjoyed a productive campaign in May. 

The Red Rose batsman hit three half centuries against Northants, Worcestershire and Nottinghamshire as Lancashire just missed out on qualifying for the Play Offs. Brown scored 315 runs in the competition at an average of 39.38.

Ryan McLaren

The Lancashire all-rounder has made an impressive start to the season after signing as the Club's overseas player last year and is nominated for the second month in a row.

The 34 year-old scored 189 runs for Lancashire in the Royal London One-Day Cup contributing important runs, coming in at 7 in the batting order. He top scored against Northants at Liverpool CC with 79 and averaged 31.50. He also contributed with the ball, particularly in the clash against Roses rivals Yorkshire taking 3/43 at Headingley.

In Lancashire's only Specsavers County Championship clash of the month against Yorkshire at Emirates Old Trafford, McLaren played a vital draw as the Red Rose claimed a draw. The South African all-rounder hit 84 as he and Shiv Chanderpaul put on 112 for the sixth wicket. He also took two wickets in Yorkshire's first innings.  

Jordan Clark 

Jordan Clark, like McLaren has been nominated for the second month in a row and despite a recent back injury which he continues to receive treatment on, has put in a string of impressive performances in the Royal London One-Day Cup.

The Cumbrian-born all-rounder hit two half centuries against Northants (76*) and Worcestershire (79*) as he hit 270 runs in six appearances, at an average of 90.

He was also impressive with the ball, taking 10 wickets at an average of 25.10 with his best figures coming against Worcestershire (4/34) at Emirates Old Trafford.

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