Jack Haynes finished top of Worcestershire Seconds batting averages and was their leading run-scorer in red ball cricket for the 2021 season.
Haynes averaged nearly 81 and scored 566 runs, thanks chiefly to two major knocks.
He hit 165 against Lancashire in the Second Eleven Championship match at Stourport in April, leading to his recall to the first team.
Haynes then struck 177 not out against Nottinghamshire in another SEC match at Lady Bay Sports Club in early July to confirm his fitness after an ankle injury.
Josh Dell was the other leading run-getter with 444 at an average of nearly 50.
He went on to play in the Royal London Cup and was in contention to play in the final block of LV=Insurance County Championship games until ruled out with a broken thumb.
Paceman Adam Finch finished as the Seconds leading wicket-taker in red ball cricket and also topped the bowling averages.
He picked up 16 wickets at an average of 24.88 with a best of 4-26 against Nottinghamshire at Lady Bay Sports Club.
Finch went on play in three LV=Insurance County Championship matches against Warwickshire, Sussex and Kent.