Performance Sees Him Move Up the Overall MVP Rankings – 02/09/13
Ben Stokes enjoyed his best week in the LV=County
Championship (LV=CC), scoring his first hundred of the campaign and taking five
wickets to move into third in the Overall FTI MVP Rankings. Stokes scored 127
off 160 balls, and took 2-32 and 3-108 against Yorkshire at Scarborough to
maintain Durham’s title challenge.
Moeen Ali extended his lead at the top of the Overall FTI MVP, with scores of 25 and 63 in Worcestershire’s win over Leicestershire. Ali now has 1,913 runs and 39 wickets across all forms, 1,272 and 15 of which have come in the LV=CC. Ali’s nearest rival, Samit Patel, was unable to add to his 502 points, as Nottinghamshire had a week off and he now finds himself 33 points back. Stokes has 483 points, Michael Klinger has 469 and Graham Napier has 465.
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