Gatting, who scored his fourth hundred of the season last weekend and is averaging healthily above 50, guided Swardeston to a convincing 222-run win over fellow East Anglian Premier League side Sudbury.
And Gatting, who has also taken 77 wickets this year, put his form down to him now having a better understanding of the way he bats.
“I think I understand my game a lot more now,” he said.
“I’m 31 years old now and they say that’s the sort of age when your batting starts to peak. To be honest I think I’m batting better now than I ever was in my professional career.
“Obviously it’s good that I’m scoring runs – but also the fact I’m taking wickets, but at the end of the day that is my job.”
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