Vote for August's Hilton Garden Inn Player of the Month
Three players are in the running for August’s Player of the Month, sponsored by Hilton Garden Inn
Vote now for your Lancashire Cricket Hilton Garden Inn Player of the Month, for August.
Last month's winner Danny Lamb is once again in contention for the award, alongside Tom Bailey and Josh Bohannon.
For one lucky voter, Hilton Garden Inn are offering a two-night stay at one of their hotels around the world - for two people - as well as a signed Lancashire County Championship shirt. The winner will be drawn at random once voting closes at midday on Monday 13 September. Cast your vote using the form at the bottom of this page.
Please note, nominations take into consideration the full LV= Insurance County Championship fixture against Warwickshire at Emirates Old Trafford, which started on Monday 30 August and ended on Thursday 2 September.
Tom Bailey had an excellent finish to the Royal London One Day cup campaign at the start of August. Bailey who captained in the absence of Dane Vilas took eight wickets including figures of 3-23 at Hampshire and 3-33 versus Middlesex while only conceding an impressive 3.8 runs per over.
In the County Championship, Bailey once again impressed taking 3-53 in the first innings against Warwickshire.
Josh Bohannon finished August scoring a mammoth 170 against Warwickshire at Emirates Old Trafford continuing his excellent red ball form in 2021, averaging over 66.
Bohannon contributed scores of 52 and 34 in the 50-over competition and a career-best 35 from just 20 balls in the Vitality Blast quarter-final at Somerset, taking his August run tally to 297 runs.
After Danny Lamb’s outstanding performance which saw him win the July award, the all-rounder continued to impress in August. Most notably in the Royal London Cup game against Middlesex, when Lamb took three outstanding, diving catches and scored 33 off 21 balls to almost get Lancashire over the line in a tight finish at Emirates Old Trafford.
Lamb also picked up five wickets with the ball, including 2-33 against Hampshire and 2-24 versus Somerset.