Scott Steel's back-to-back half-centuries were a sight to see, especially his 72 against the Birmingham Bears ending their perfect start to the season.
Jake Lintott has been building on his 2021 form, picking up multiple man of the match performances. Currently, Lintott’s Bears lie third in the North table at the halfway stage.
Jamie Overton has been making some noise with his explosive batting performances and pace with the ball, giving the one-day England selectors something to think about.
Durham’s Paul Coughlin has been the danger man for the Northeast side, proving to be a nuisance with both the bat and ball, punishing sides in multiple formats. Only recently Coughlin scored 100 not out from 117 balls hitting ten fours and two sixes, pushing his side to 642 from 155 overs.
Roelof van der Merwe had a very memorable knock against Gloucestershire as Somerset chased down 112 runs from 9.3 overs to win the bragging rights of the West Country derby. Van der Merwe scored 48 from 15 deliveries to pull Somerset back from what looked like a near-impossible comeback.
There have been some fantastic performances from our professionals, however, none of them has had arguable the month South East Stars and Surrey captain Aylish Cranstone has had. Cranstone scored the most runs in the Charlotte Edwards Cup across May, averaging a whopping 199 thanks to some half-centuries and a few not-outs to her name. These performances led to the left-handed opening bat receiving MVP honours.