Wickets win matches (and also fantasy championships) so make sure to read on carefully to make sure your bowling investments are shrewd ones.
£8m - Alfie Jones: With 54 wickets in total last season, including three 6fers and an impressive 8 wicket haul against Bredbury, it’s little wonder he has been priced as one of the top players.
£8m - Toby Carson: Had a slow start to his season last year yet still gained 766 of his 899 points from first team games. Has become a useful batter in the lower order, averaging 23.5 in his 12 innings to help boost his point count.
£8m - Adam Burgess: Had a breakthrough season with the bat finishing with a career high 387 runs, including three 50s and a century against Bredbury. Add 41 wickets to that equals over 1000 points for the season.
£6m - Mikey Gilmour: Comes in at a cheaper cost compared to last season, usually prolific with the ball but was only available during the first half of 2018. Not known for his batting, but does have a senior 50 to his name.
£6m - Andy Heath: Moved from the All-Rounder category to Bowler after a tough 2018 with the bat but still belongs in the former on his day. May have to start his Jets career outside the 1st XI due to a questionably timed trip to Vegas making for a great value buy for at least 1 game.
£5m - Sam Thompson: One of the many juniors to jump up in price from last summer after a personal best 20 wicket season. Represents excellent value for money with an average of 25 points per game.
£4.5m - Luke Johnson: Another up and coming youngster who would have amassed more points last year if it weren’t for injury. This left arm quick often strikes early with the new ball and loves a red-inker.
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