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The switch from Northern Brave to the Canterbury Magicians has paid big dividends for Kate Anderson. On a scoring spree at the business end of the competition, Anderson has emerged as the women's top run-scorer after the 10 rounds of the regular season. In her first season with the Magicians, she's blasted 441 runs at a strike rate of 109.43 and 63.00 average, including a best of 92 not out in her four half centuries.

Otago Volt Dean Foxcroft has celebrated his return to action on the Domestic scene with 385 runs from nine innings at a strike rate of 125.41 (average 48.13). Foxcroft is the top men's run-scorer with three half centuries and a best of 73.

Foxcroft has also picked up the best bowling return of the league this summer with 5-11 against the Auckland Aces in Queenstown. Teammate Matt Bacon is the only other bowler to have bagged five, with his 5-28 in a crucial win against then-leaders the Central Stags in Nelson.

Canterbury Magicians pace bowler Gabby Sullivan heads the wicket-taking stakes for the women's competition with 16 at a 13.50 average, including a best of 4-21, just ahead of Wellington Blaze spinner Leigh Kasperek with 15 at a tidy 11.87 average (best 3-16).

In the men's league, Central Stags spinner Jayden Lennox (15.94 average, 4-28 best) and Otago Volts paceman Michael Rae (14.50 average, 3-13 best) have finished the regular season with 16 scalps each, with Rae in a position to add to his season's tally but Lennox's T20 summer done and dusted after the Stags were bumped out by the Brave in their last round.