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    Your stats....

    Inspired by another thread, I figured I'd dedicate this thread to the members' stats and records playing in clubs, etc. Here are some of mine, if i can remember them right:

    Bowling: Matches - 215
    Wickets - 290
    Econ. rate - 5.5
    Two hat-tricks (more luck than skill)
    best - 4/18

    Batting: Too embarassing to mention

    I'm sure the rest of you guys hav much more impressive records.
    Last edited by nightprowler10; 14-09-2004 at 03:44 AM.

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    459 wickets at 16.77

    12,572 runs at 67.53

    321 catches and 95 stumpings

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeke
    459 wickets at 16.77

    12,572 runs at 67.53

    321 catches and 95 stumpings
    I always found it tricky keeping wicket to my own bowling too - I could never read my 'wrong un'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by luckyeddie
    I always found it tricky keeping wicket to my own bowling too - I could never read my 'wrong un'.
    LMAO!!


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    haha howd you remember your stats from all those years? crazy!

    Last season: (60 over matches, average score is round 210)

    12 Matches
    27 Wickets at just under 16.

    Haha batting! I bat at 8, 9 but hope to do a lot better this year!!

    Average of 10.67 with a highest score off 22* Pretty crap IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nnanden
    haha howd you remember your stats from all those years? crazy!
    I had them written down somwhere in a notebook and copied them down on something, having a helluva time finding, anyhoo, thats how i remember them.

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    Batting:-
    Matches: 2
    Innings: 2
    Not Outs: 2
    Runs: 4
    Avge: N/A
    S/R: 200
    Significant Scores: 1*(2), 3*(1)

    Bowling:-
    Overs: 1
    Wickets: 0
    E/R: 1.0

    Huge experience there.

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    Never compiled my stats for time, 20-over or 40-over cricket.
    Not once.
    Too hard to sort them, too much effort.
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    For my club last season:

    Batting (opening):
    matches: 8
    runs: 460
    average: 34
    HS: 85

    Bowling (legspin):
    wickets: 2
    average: 19
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    Career Batting
    1998 - 2 @ 2.00, HS 2
    1999 - 4 @ 0.80, HS 4
    2000 - 4 @ -.--, HS 4*
    2001 - 9 @ 9.00, HS 6
    2002 - 7 @ 1.75, HS 6* (disturbingly, this was top five in the averages, I think)
    2003 - DNB
    2004 - DNB
    Overall - 26 runs @ 2.36, HS 6*

    Career Bowling
    1998 - 2-0-13-0
    1999 - 15.3-1-68-6
    2000 - 12.3-1-54-5
    2001 - DNB
    2002 - 11.3-0-85-1
    2003 - DNB
    2004 - 7-0-68-1
    Overall - 48.3-2-288-13 (Average 22.15, Econ 5.94)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Pickup
    Overall - 48.3-2-288-13 (Average 22.15, Econ 5.94)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Pickup
    2002 - 11.3-0-85-1
    Not far away from being the funniest season of cricket I've ever experienced with the team.

    When was the year that the minibus broke down? That has produced the funniest cricketing moment ever (even higher than when you got whacked for 11 runs off 5 balls by someone who'd never played cricket before) and we didn't even make it to the cricket match.

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    This is all during practice...I havent had a match this season so far

    matches:?? dont remember
    runs: around 700
    wickets: around 60 or so
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    Last season (my worst ever form):

    M: 8
    I: 4
    NO: 1
    Runs: 10
    Ducks: 2
    Avge: 3.33

    Bowling
    1-0-21-0

    Catches: 0

    My team was overall horrible last season. In 10 games we lost 9 and won 1... by forfeit. I'd have loved to get more time in the middle and a few more overs, but my coach is somewhat less than competent.

    Career Stats:

    M: 42
    I: 29
    NO: 13
    Runs: 479
    Avge: 29.93
    Ducks: 5
    50: 2
    100: 0
    HS: 63 not out

    Bowling
    62 overs
    13 wickets
    Avge: 21.86
    Econ: 4.58
    SR: 28.61
    BB - 3/1

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    CW XI :
    Tests
    M: 11
    Runs: 417
    Avge: 26.06
    HS: 62
    50: 3
    Wickets: 17
    Avge: 49.41
    BB: 3/57
    Econ: 3.00

    ODIs
    M: 38
    Runs: 422
    Avge: 20.10
    HS: 51
    50: 1
    Wickets: 64
    Avge: 19.98
    BB: 4/33
    Econ: 4.48

    FC (pre Season 7)
    M: 40
    Runs: 2106
    Avge: 33.46
    HS: 132
    50: 12
    100: 2
    Wickets: 62
    Avge: 41.31
    BB: 5/45
    Econ: 2.98

    List-A OD (pre Season 7):
    M: 63
    Runs: 1192
    Avge: 27.72
    HS: 79
    50: 6
    Wickets: 92
    Avge: 19.65
    BB: 6/32
    Econ: 4.56
    Last edited by Mr Mxyzptlk; 14-09-2004 at 04:50 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PY
    Not far away from being the funniest season of cricket I've ever experienced with the team.

    When was the year that the minibus broke down? That has produced the funniest cricketing moment ever (even higher than when you got whacked for 11 runs off 5 balls by someone who'd never played cricket before) and we didn't even make it to the cricket match.

    Whoever got you of all people to signal to oncoming traffic to slow down was a true genius.
    2002 was the year with the Under 17s at CTCC, when the one wicket was picked up courtesy of Paino catching a huge skier at midwicket that prompted me to do a cartwheel. Same season I got hoiked for 22 into the tennis courts by Matt Webb.

    1999 was the year that we ended up stuck in a side road off the A631 between Rasen and Gainsborough on the way to play at QEHS. I thought the best bit of that was when the De Aston school bus thought that my "slow down" meant stop and I got abuse from about 60 De Aston kids. That and when Stu and that lot were apprehended for playing in someone's cornfield.

    I think the all-time classic moment has got to be during the 2000 season at William Farr, Welton (where I cracked that 4* in the last wicket partnership of 40 then took the last wicket to seal the win). It was a bit colourful.

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