TOM Kohler-Cadmore enjoyed a superb T10 League campaign with the bat, despite his Pune Devils side only winning one of six games.

Kohler-Cadmore’s campaign ended early on Wednesday, with 206 runs at an average of 41.2, including two fifties.

He left the competition in Abu Dhabi as its leading run-scorer at the time, ahead of former White Rose team-mate Nicholas Pooran (197).

Kohler-Cadmore pleasingly had a hand in an extremely encouraging finale for county teammate Sam Wisniewski, who has also been playing for Pune.

On Wednesday, against Pooran’s Northern Warriors, the young left-arm wrist spinner had the explosive West Indian caught at long-off by Kohler-Cadmore, taking two wickets in an over.

The 19-year-old will return to Emerald Headingley full of knowledge after three appearances and two wickets.