NEWTOWN Cricket Club stars dominated the end of season divisional rankings.

The John Rees group champions enjoyed a stellar summer, overcoming the uncertainties brought about by lockdown restrictions to march to the title.

John Anthony ended the season second in the John Rees group batting charts with 283 runs.

Anthony also ended the summer with a season’s highest score of 80.

Anthony was joined by a host of team-mates with Ricky Davies ending the campaign with 237 runs, the fourth highest in the league.

Ryan Davies and Twm Foulkes also ended among the top 10 batsmen in the league.

Davies managed 206 runs to end the summer in sixth spot while Foulkes struck 194 runs to end the season in seventh.

The club’s title was also earned by a string of superb bowling displays throughout the shortened season.

Tom Anderson ended the season in second place in the bowling charts with 18 wickets, including one five wicket haul and a season’s best of 6-5.

Dave Anthony ended fifth in the bowling rankings with 16 wickets and a season’s best of 6-32 while Craig Davies also made the top 10 with 13 wickets and a season’s best of 4-7.

Wicketkeeper Sam Cooke also enjoyed a summer to remember by ending the season as the league’s top player in his position.

Cooke took five catches as wicketkeeper as well as one stumping and four catches in the field to end the summer with 10 catches.

Tom Anderson ended the season as the sixth highest catch taker with seven victims.

Alberbury’s Mike Crawshaw was the seventh highest catch taker with sixth along with Newtown’s Ryan Davies.

The statistics helped Newtown win 90 per cent of their matches to be crowned league champions and ensure Ally Laird’s team go into next summer among the favourites for honours.