Friday, 3 July 2015

Fantasy League update and a player to watch...

Take a bow David Aust, who is not only winning the Peakfan trophy Fantasy League in a canter (1800 points clear) but is also ranked 45 in the competition overall.

Matthew Entwistle is in second place, with Dean Doherty's two sides in third and fourth place.

My side has finally started to find some form and I have made my last transfers of the season in a push for a top ten placing. This is, of course, when those in my eleven incur major injury..

I am, of course, far too nice a bloke to mention who is currently in bottom place...

On a different tack - a player to watch would appear to be Jurie Snyman, currently plying his trade with great success for Denby in the Premier League. At 20, the young South African has broken batting records through his school days and is making a name for himself with punishing displays back home for Easterns.

The talented Mr Snyman had a school average of over 80, with a highest score of...wait for it.. 395 in a fifty-over game. With four double centuries and no less than 38 centuries in school colours, the opposition must have looked at the fixture against his school with fear in their hearts, together with a vivid imagination as to a feigned injury in their heads.

He showed his talents against Derbyshire for the Kevin Dean XI on Wednesday, registering a fine half century. The left-hander also bowls off spin and looks to be a cricketer to watch.

All he needs to be REALLY special is a granny from Heanor...

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