VOTE: Hilton Garden Inn Player of the Month for May
Vote for your Hilton Garden Inn Player of the Month
Voting his now open for the Hilton Garden Inn Player of the Month for May.
Hilton Garden Inn will be offering successful drawn voters a free hotel break at one of their hotels around the world. Competition winners will be contacted once the vote is completed on Friday 8 June.
The following players have been nominated by Lancashire's Director of Cricket, Paul Allott.
The Lancashire opener has been rewarded with is fine Club form with an England recall for the Second Test Match against Pakistan at Headingley.
The left handed batsman started the month with a fine 109 against Somerset at Emirates Old Trafford which was followed with an outstanding 126 at Trent Bridge as Lancashire won their first Specsavers County Championship fixture of the season.
He then hit his third century in a row against Notts Outlaws in the opening Royal London One-Day Cup at Emirates Old Trafford which followed up with scores of 73, 69 and 23* in the rained off clash at Blackpool CC last week.
The Lancashire wicket keeper has had an impressive Royal London One-Day Cup campaign hitting 267 runs in the opening five games of the competition at an average of over 53.
The 21 year-old hit a stunning 147 against Durham at Emirates Old Trafford on a day where he broke a number of records including becoming Lancashire's highest individual score in a List A fixture on home soil.
Parkinson has had a very impressive month in both red and white ball cricket. The 21 year-old took 9 wickets in two games, including a five-fer in the second innings against Somerset at Emirates Old Trafford.
It is in the Royal London One-Day Cup where the leg spinner has thrived. He's taken 14 wickets in just three games at an average of just 13.6.
The South African batsman, who has stepped in as wicket keeper this month due to Alex Davies' finger injury, hit one of the stand-out Championship innings at the start of the month with an incredible 235 not out against Somerset at Emirates Old Trafford.
The 30 year-old has since impressed in the Royal London One-Day Cup averaging over 43 in this year's competition so far, top scoring in the away fixture at Wantage Road against Northants top scoring with an unbeaten 83.