It hasn't been the greatest of seasons for Burndennett, who currently prop up the Premiership table, but for Mark Pollock there has been notable personal successes.

The opening batter lies third in the North West batting aggregates, behind Blayde Capell and Gihahn Cloete.

His haul of 592 runs at 49.33 included two hundreds and three half centuries.

As an additional bonus, he is by far the leading wicket taker at the Tyrone club, having claimed 18 wickets at 22.83.

"It's been great to have some success with both the bat and ball this year so far," Pollock told CricketEurope.

"I work quite hard on my game every week, but I want to work harder.

"I love to challenge myself, I have a few milestones in my head to keep working towards.

"We as a team have been involved in a few games this year that have been very close. I suppose it's about learning from these situations as a team and putting the work in to improve on this.

"I hope that we will get a few wins under our belts and end the season well."

Burndennett are in action tonight (THURS) as they face Ballyspallen in the T20 Cup, while on Saturday they host Eglinton in a bid to secure that elusive first Premiership win.