TWO Worcestershire players have been ranked in the top 10 of the county's most valuable players.

Captain Brett D'Oliveira and all-rounder Ed Barnard are number four and eight respectively in the PCA Men’s Domestic Most Valuable Player Rankings for 2022.

The duo scored a century each in the draw with Durham earlier this week and have enjoyed fine starts to the 2022 season.

The PCA Most Valuable Player (MVP) Rankings is a unique algorithm that was originally developed in 2007 by the PCA and the players to identify the most effective players in the game.

D'Oliveira has scored three tons already and has amassed a total of 240.52 points, comprising of 172.84 for batting, 43.67 for bowling and 15.60 for fielding.

Barnard has 227.97 points comprising of123.54 (batting), 90.62 (bowling) and 10.00 (fielding).

Meanwhile, Worcestershire has THREE players in the top ten of run-scorers in Division Two of the LV=Insurance County Championship.

Jack Haynes has totalled 594 in 11 innings at an average of 66.00 with three hundreds and one half-century.

D’Oliveira’s 545 runs have come from 10 knocks at an average of 90.83, also with three centuries and one fifty.

Pakistan star Azhar Ali is only one run behind on 544 at 49.45 with one double hundred and three half-centuries.