Season-ending EVCA Most Valuable Player Top 50 Rankings

FINE SEASON: Spring Gully's Rhys Webb amassed 902 points to finish No.1 in the Addy's EVCA MVP rankings. Picture: NONI HYETT
FINE SEASON: Spring Gully's Rhys Webb amassed 902 points to finish No.1 in the Addy's EVCA MVP rankings. Picture: NONI HYETT

SPRING Gully all-rounder Rhys Webb has topped the season-ending rankings in the Addy’s Emu Valley Cricket Association Most Valuable Player.

Using a system of one point per run, 20 points per wicket, 10 points per catch and 15 points per run out or stumping, Webb accumulated 902 points.

Sedgwick’s Jordan Ilsley (875) and Golden Gully’s Brad Webster (827) in a team that finished bottom of the ladder filled the other two positions in the top three.

MVP TOP 50

1 – Rhys Webb

Spring Gully – 902

Runs: 562 Wickets: 12

Fielding: 10

CONSISTENT: Sedgwick's Jordan Ilsley finished second in the EVCA's MVP rankings with 875 points. Picture: DARREN HOWE

CONSISTENT: Sedgwick's Jordan Ilsley finished second in the EVCA's MVP rankings with 875 points. Picture: DARREN HOWE

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2 – Jordan Ilsley

Sedgwick – 875

Runs: 215 Wickets: 31

Fielding: 4

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3 – Brad Webster

Golden Gully – 827

Runs: 157 Wickets: 32

Fielding: 3

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4 – James Pietromonaco

Mandurang – 823

Runs: 283 Wickets: 24

Fielding: 6

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5 – Rob Brown

Maiden Gully – 813

Runs: 323 Wickets: 23

Fielding: 3

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6 – Travis O’Connell

West Bendigo – 798

Runs: 683 Wickets: 1

Fielding: 9

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7 – Jeremy Ross

Marong – 767

Runs: 367 Wickets: 15

Fielding: 10

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8 – Matt Dwyer

Sedgwick – 692

Runs: 562 Wickets: 3

Fielding: 7

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9 – Alex Gorrie

Maiden Gully – 667

Runs: 372 Wickets: 10

Fielding: 9

NO.10 - Tom Wilson (Marong).

NO.10 - Tom Wilson (Marong).

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10 – Tom Wilson

Marong – 644

Runs: 64 Wickets: 24

Fielding: 10

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11 – Lachlan Brook

Spring Gully – 610

Runs: 435 Wickets: 3

Fielding: 11

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12 – Josh White

United – 600

Runs: 350 Wickets: 8

Fielding: 9

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13 – Jesse Marciano

Spring Gully 600

Runs: 260 Wickets: 13

Fielding: 8

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14 – Duane Anderson

Marong – 576

Runs: 306 Wickets: 12

Fielding: 3

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15 – James Fox

Spring Gully – 573

Runs: 143 Wickets: 19

Fielding: 5

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16 – Simon Marwood

Sedgwick – 558

Runs: 198 Wickets: 15

Fielding: 6

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17 – Keiran Nihill

United – 553

Runs: 273 Wickets: 12

Fielding: 4

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18 – Jordan Knight

Golden Gully – 547

Runs: 197 Wickets: 16

Fielding: 3

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19 – Dallas Gill

Maiden Gully – 541

Runs: 261 Wickets: 12

Fielding: 4

NO.20 - Andrew Duguid (United).

NO.20 - Andrew Duguid (United).

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20 – Andrew Duguid

United – 537

Runs: 167 Wickets: 16

Fielding: 5

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21 – Dean Cosgriff

Marong – 536

Runs: 46 Wickets: 22

Fielding: 5

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22 – Phil Berry

Mandurang – 530

Runs: 350 Wickets: 1

Fielding: 15

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23 – Kansas Varker

Golden Gully – 529

Runs: 239 Wickets: 11

Fielding: 7

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24 – Greg Thomas

Sedgwick  529

Runs: 309 Wickets: 7

Fielding: 8

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25 – Justin Hancock

Sedgwick – 523

Runs: 48 Wickets: 22

Fielding: 3

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26 – Joel Bish

Spring Gully – 512

Runs: 412 Wickets: 3

Fielding: 4

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27 – Daniel Chamberlain

Sedgwick – 510

Runs: 370 Wickets: 7

Fielding: 0

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28 – Bradley Smith

Golden Gully – 497

Runs: 127 Wickets: 15

Fielding: 6

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29 – Scott Ross

Marong – 492

Runs: 347 Wickets: 0

Fielding: 13

NO.30 - Brett Haw (Maiden Gully).

NO.30 - Brett Haw (Maiden Gully).

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30 – Brett Haw

Maiden Gully – 491

Runs: 111 Wickets: 14

Fielding: 9

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31 – Trevor Pickthall

Maiden Gully – 489

Runs: 364 Wickets: 0

Fielding: 12

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32 – Quinton Bentley

Sedgwick – 484

Runs: 4 Wickets: 20

Fielding: 8

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33 – Matt Pask

Mandurang – 481

Runs: 391 Wickets: 3

Fielding: 3

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34 – Shane Rabbitt

Maiden Gully – 468

Runs: 148 Wickets: 15

Fielding: 2

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35 – Beau Roy-Clements

Mandurang – 465

Runs: 25 Wickets: 18

Fielding: 8

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36 – Andrew Sheehan

Sedgwick – 455

Runs: 185 Wickets: 12

Fielding: 3

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37 – Xavier Walsh

United – 450

Runs: 330 Wickets: 2

Fielding: 8

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38 – Adam Reaper

Mandurang – 437

Runs: 97 Wickets: 15

Fielding: 4

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39 – James Smith

United – 423

Runs: 143 Wickets: 13

Fielding: 2

NO.40 - Alex Sutton (Spring Gully).

NO.40 - Alex Sutton (Spring Gully).

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40 – Alex Sutton

Spring Gully – 419

Runs: 259 Wickets: 8

Fielding: 0

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41 – Liam Pilcher

Spring Gully – 418

Runs: 108 Wickets: 12

Fielding: 7

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42 – Jayden Russell

Golden Gully – 400

Runs: 90 Wickets: 2

Fielding: 23

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43 – Darcy Poulter

Maiden Gully – 399

Runs: 349 Wickets: 0

Fielding: 5

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44 – Luke Rafferty

Mandurang – 399

Runs: 314 Wickets: 1

Fielding: 6

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45 – Josh Hutchinson

Golden Gully – 385

Runs: 135 Wickets: 9

Fielding: 7

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46 – Joel Purdy

West Bendigo – 380

Runs: 120 Wickets: 8

Fielding: 10

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47 – Tarran Kilcullen

West Bendigo – 372

Runs: 42 Wickets: 11

Fielding: 11

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48 – Shannon Murphy

West Bendigo – 365

Runs: 25 Wickets: 16

Fielding: 2

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49 – Dustin Elliott

Sedgwick – 363

Runs: 203 Wickets: 0

Fielding: 16

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50 – Mick Galvin

Golden Gully – 352

Runs: 202 Wickets: 3

Fielding: 9

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