STARS of the mid Wales cricket scene dominated the end of season rankings.

The Wales and West League, a mini league featuring several of region’s clubs and won by Welshpool, saw a summer of derbies played out at cricket fields across Powys.

The batting rankings ended up being topped by Llanidloes’ Daniel Lewis who struck 260 runs during the summer.

Newtown’s Matt Humphreys ended second with 224 runs while Welshpool’s Lance Parkes was third with 210.

Parkes’ Maesydre team-mate Paul Chapman ended fifth with 190 runs, one ahead of Bishop’s Castle’s Jack Perry.

Meanwhile Matthew Jones of Montgomery IIs ended sixth with 179 runs and Newtown IIs’ Ian Hancocks was seventh with 174 runs.

Bishop’s Castle’s Tom Moulder was eigth with 166 runs while Guilsfield duo Daniel Brown and Dave Lewis completed the top 10 with 152 runs and 141 runs respectively.

Meanwhile the bowling charts with Robert Anderson dominant with 30 wickets.

Leading the chasing pack was Harry Turner with the Llanidloes ace claiming 21 wickets during an impressive summer.

Montgomery IIs’ captain David Jones was third with 18 wickets while Bishop’s Castle veteran Simon Palmer was fourth with 17 wickets.

The ever reliable Allan Williams was Guilsfield’s top bowler with 14 wickets to end fifth in the rankings.

Meanwhile a host of players ended with 11 wickets.

Joe Haycock of Montgmery IIs was joined by Welshpool duo Patrick Davies and Mat McWhinnie and Newtown’s Jonathon Davies and Brandon Baynham in claiming 11 wickets each.

Llanidloes star Lewis also ended the season top of the catching charts with 11.

Bishop’s Castle duo Jake Cintra and Jonathan Price were next with seven and six respectively with Montgomery IIs’ Alex Haycock also claiming six.

Montgomery clubmate Ryan Blayney claimed five catches while the same feat was attained by Guilsfield’s Gary Meredith and Rhodri Davies along with Turner of Llanidloes.

Llanidloes’ Will Denham claimed four catches while Welshpool’s Paul Chapman completed the top 10 with four catches.

Meanwhile the Border League, including the second strings of Alberbury IIs and Welshpool IIs, also included a host of mid Wales players in its end of season rankings.

Andrew Dale was the top batsman with 364 runs with Mat Sherwood of Welshpool third with 282.

Welshpool team-mate Callum Preston was fourth with 251 runs.

Jonathan Green of Alberbury also featured in the top 10 with 163 runs.

Welshpool’s Neil Pryce ended the season as the league’s top bowler with 20 wickets.

Clubmate Harry Bowen was fourth with 13 wickets while fellow Maesydre stars Rupert Redway and Tom Bowen also featured with 12 wickets each.

Steve Morris of Alberbury IIs was seventh with 11 wickets with clubmate Ed Roberts completing the top 10 with 10 wickets.

Pryce also ended the season as the top catcher with the Welshpool star claiming nine catches, one clear of clubmate Chris Proctor with eight.

Alberbury’s James Wynne was third with seven with Welshpool’s Warren Roberts also claiming seven catches.

Alberbury duo Steve Morris and Rob Owen completed the top 10 with five and four catches respectively as their side ended champions