#4 Nicholas Pooran - WK (Northern Warriors)
Nicholas Pooran is one of the most underrated batsmen from Trinidad and Tobago. He is the first batsman in the tournament to reach the 300+ runs landmark. He is the highest run-getter of the league. His highest score was 77 against Punjabi Legends which led to the highest team total of 183/2 in the tournament on 23 November 2018. He has the highest dismissals as a wicket-keeper in the competition.
Matches - 9, Runs - 324, HS - 77, Average - 54, Strike Rate - 245.45, Dismissals - 5
#5 Sherfane Rutherford (Bengal Tigers)
Sherfane Rutherford is an emerging batsman from West Indies. He was the most crucial performer for Bengal Tigers as they secured the third position in the tournament by defeating Maratha Arabians by six wickets in the third place play-off on 2 December 2018. His highest score was 47* against Northern Warriors on 22 November 2018.
Matches - 8, Runs - 195, HS - 47*, Average - 27.85, Strike Rate - 211.95
#6 Dwayne Bravo (Maratha Arabians) (C)
Dwayne Bravo was selected to lead Maratha Arabians in the league. He failed to impress with the bat. But he ended being the joint second highest wicket-taker of the tournament. He is known for his confidence, and it was shown in the third place play-off when he celebrated before taking the catch and dismissed Mohammad Nabi successfully. His best bowling figures are 4/16 against Bengal Tigers on 1 December 2018.
Matches - 10, Runs - 60, HS - 27*, Average - 15, Strike Rate - 157.89, Wickets - 10, BBI - 4/16, Economy - 9.76Published 03 Dec 2018, 11:40 IST