In terms of all-round performance [excluding wicket keepers], the most successful player in Division 1 in 2011 was Josh Reeves [North County] with a total of 885 points. The points are a combination of total runs scored, one point per run, and 20 points for each wicket [Apologies to the wicket keepers and fielders. Their contributions are captured in the Fantasy League results].
In all 19 players achieved over 500 points. For the number of matches played the most effective players were internationals John Mooney and Alex Cusack was each scored over 75 points per match. Taking the nineteen players it is interesting to note the dominance of players who learnt their cricket outside of Ireland [there are only five home grown players].
Six players averaged over 50 runs with the bat, and another four over 40. J Reeves with 465 runs at an average of 66.43 was the most successful batsman in Division 1. Nine players scored centuries, with John Mooney the only one to score two. The highest individual score was 150 by Reinhart Strydom.
On the bowling front only seven players, took 10 wickets or more, at an average of 15 runs or less per wicket. Merrion schoolboy David Watkins was the only player to have an average less than 10. Seven players achieved 5 wickets or more in a match. D Langford Smith and D Lawrence got 5W twice. The best individual performance was Mark Dwyer’s 8/49.
Finally, something that is often left out but shoud really be included in overs cricket - the economy rate for bowlers.
Thirteen players who took 10 or more wickets had a run rate per over of less than four. The most economical bowler with 2.93, the only player below 3 runs per over, was Conor Kelly of Phoenix. At this point I don't have the figures for the scoring rate for batting.