VOTE: Hilton Garden Inn Player of the Month
VOTE: Player of the Month, sponsored by Hilton Garden Inn
Voting is now open for Lancashire’s Hilton Garden Inn Player of the Month for April.
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 Monday 7 May.
Here are the nominations...
Watch some of the nominees highlights from April
Lancashire’s overseas player for the 2018 season has made an immediate impact for the red rose and has impressed in the opening month of the season.
Mennie has taken 12 wickets at an average of exactly 20 in the opening three games of the season for Lancashire. He took match figures of 6/51 in the opening fixture of the season against Nottinghamshire but has continued to impress since.
The 26 year-old has also hit two half centuries in the opening three games in the second innings against Essex and in the first innings against Surrey at Emirates Old Trafford. The Australian is averaging over 46 with the bat having hit 140 runs so far this season.
Tom Bailey has made a very impressive start to the season with both bat and ball.
The 27 year-old has taken 17 wickets at an average of just over 12 so far this season for Lancashire (including the Loughborough first class fixture). He took match figures of 8-67 in Lancashire’s draw with Surrey at Emirates Old Trafford earlier this week.
Bailey has also performed well with the bat and hit a magnificent career-best 66 on Day Three of Lancashire’s draw against Surrey.
The Lancashire all-rounder has already made some important contributions to the side in 2018 with two half centuries and six wickets for the Club.
The 27 year-old took 2/17 in the second game of the season against Essex before hitting 59 as Lancashire were beaten by last year’s champions by 31 runs.
In Lancashire’s last game against Surrey, Clark top scored with 78 in the side’s first innings having been reduced to 21/3 at one stage.
New signing Graham Onions has made an immediate impression for his new side following his move from Durham over the winter.
The former England bowler has taken 13 wickets so far this season (including the Loughborough first class fixture) at an average of just over 21.