YORKSHIRE’S Harry Brook has won the PCA Men's Player of the Month vote for May after a string of match winning performances.

Airedale-born Brook was identified by the PCA Most Valuable Player Rankings as the top performing player in the county game throughout the month, and he subsequently won the June award with 60 per cent of the public vote.

The 23-year-old came ahead of Roses rival Keaton Jennings who received 28 per cent of the vote, with Jack Haynes and Toby Roland-Jones also on the shortlist.

The 2021 cinch PCA Men’s Young Player of the Year gained 132 MVP points in May, following up from 109 points in April where he was also nominated for the award.

The 23-year-old, who was raised in Burley-in-Wharfedale, earned a call up to the England Test squad following 840 first-class runs in the first two months of the LV= Insurance County Championship at an average of 140, including a career best 194 against Kent in April.

His good form continued into the Vitality Blast, where he scored 161 runs in three innings in May, including 72 in a tied Roses derby.

Brook said: “I’m very happy to get my hands on the Player of the Month trophy and thank you to everyone who has voted for me and long may the runs continue.

“I’m happy to be contributing to as many games as possible and scoring runs for Yorkshire.

“Hopefully I get an opportunity to play for England at some point, whether it’s next week, next month or in two years’ time, I’ll still be very happy and honoured to be playing for my country.

“Certainly whenever it comes I’ll give it my all.”