50 over cricket returned in August with the Metro Bank One Day Cup running throughout the month. Who impressed you the most?
Keogh stood out as one of the competitions premier all-rounders and delivered a strong return with bat and ball in the competition. His 12 wickets at an average of just 23 saw him equal 7th in the competition while his century at Glamorgan was the highlight of his campaign with the bat.
The Indian international made an immediate impact on the club and has already confirmed his return in 2024. His 244 against Somerset is the sixth highest List A score of all time and he backed it up with another belligerent century away at Durham, Prithvi was the competition’s leading runscorer with 429 before injury cut his stay short.
Taylor also impressed with both bat and ball in the competition with a pair of remarkable efforts with the bat. His maiden List A century in the first fixture against Gloucestershire nearly pulled off a unbelievable victory while his late onslaught alongside Justin Broad saw the Steelbacks over the line against at home versus Sussex.
It’s time to vote, who impressed you most in the Metro Bank One Day Cup?