Haupt is top-dog

Banbury’s Craig Haupt finished as the leading run scorer in Division 1 of the Home Counties Premier League.

The Oxfordshire left-hander scored 792 runs, 71 more than Reading’s Steve Cook in second.

Jono McLean was Henley’s leading batsman with 465 runs, nine ahead of Oxford’s Joe Porter.

Oxford captain Pat Jobson (402) and Stewart Laudat (425) also made the division’s top 20.

Eighteen-year-old spinner Luke Ryan’s excellent form for Banbury saw him finish as the division’s third highest wicket-taker on 44.

Henley’s Tom Lambert (33) and Hamid Sana (31) finished sixth and eighth respectively.

Kidlington’s Andy Buckingham was the fifth-highest run-scorer in Division 2 West with 543.

Thame Town’s Manoj Parmar (488) was eighth.

Parmar’s teammate, Indian spinner Haresh Dabhi, finished sixth in the bowling chart with 39, while Bicester & North Oxford’s Lee Mason was eighth on 34 despite their woeful campaign.

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