Following four weeks of top-class cricket and 96 exciting T10 games, the inaugural Dream11 European Cricket Championship came to a stunning climax in perfect sunshine at the Cartama Oval.
Clayton Floyd, talented batter and canny left-arm spinner was named MVP at the first-ever Dream11 European Cricket Championship.
The Netherlands star caught the eye in Week 2 mustering an historic first ever T10 international hundred with a cracking 115 off just 35 balls against Romania.
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Netherlands XI's Clayton Floyd knows how to bring up a century 😎
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Highest scorer for NED XI, racking up 435 runs in 17 innings at a SR of almost 220 with 45 maximos, Floyd ended fifth highest run scorer at ECC21, hitting the third most sixes, only behind the brutal England openers Harrison Ward (61) and Dan Lincoln (54).
He also racked up 22 wickets at an average of 12.5, economy a frugal 8.87 rpo - the second highest wicket taker in the entire tournament.