Stoner Cricket Club

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  Match Reports for 2001 

 

2001 Reports

(Written by Matthew Quantrill, but anyone else is free to send in their own comments or additions to the reports.)

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Bedales

Wooburn Narkovians

Mike Adams' XI

Steep

Carpe Diem

Ropley

Golf

Goodwood

2001 Batting Averages

2001 Bowling Averages

Bedales v Stoner - June 23rd 2001

I was not present at this game, so am preparing the report purely from the scorebook. I cannot therefore vouch for the quality of any of the performances! However, Stoner batted first and made 201-9 declared, with most batsmen getting a few, but only Julian Perigo with 40 and Hugo Burge with 42 getting past 15. For the school someone called 'Wicken' appears to have taken 5-58 in 10 overs, but the rest seems fairly undistinguished, with apparently a lot of loose balls as the Stoner scoring appears to have been about 80% in 4's.

In reply the school mustered a grand total of 124, with Salaman being the top scorer with 23. Connor Wilkinson took 3-13 in 5 overs opening the bowling, Justin Jones took 2-29 and the tail was wrapped up by Sam Roberts with 3-12 in 6 overs and Julian Perigo with 2-1 in 1.5 overs. The remaining bowlers would probably be happier if I don't mention their names or figures, though I am sure Mr. Tomlinson was most unfortunate....

Stoner won by 77 runs.

 

Stoner v Wooburn Narkovians - July 23rd 2001

The first game of Stoner Week proper was marked for me by a very long time being spent in the car. Having started off by travelling 15 minutes with two child seats in the car which I needed to leave behind I then picked up my two under 15 ringers Matthew Scanlan and Duncan Shannon and immediately got caught up in a traffic jam caused by what appeared to be a gangland funeral in a quiet country church. Having taken twenty minutes to get through that we then spent over an hour crawling down the M26 due to a lorry fire and eventually arrived at Bedales at five past two having not eaten except by raiding Duncan's packed lunch. We arrived in time to see Justin Jones winning a late toss and choosing to bat.

Once the game started Paul Hutt dominated an opening partnership of 25 with Oli Perigo before they both fell. I scratched my way to 4 before slicing gently to gully, and Duncan Shannon was bowled for 0 shortly afterwards. From 40-4 Stoner recovered thanks mainly to the efforts of Justin Jones who made 40, and useful contributions down the order from Ben Seddon, Jack Fray, Brian Taylor and Matt Evans. With a late start and very slow batting early on judging a declaration was difficult, and Justin clearly felt that even at five past five 155 was not enough when the ninth wicket fell, but the declaration was forced on him by Derek Roberts, who refused to go out and bat at number 11.

Matt Evans and Matthew Scanlan were both tidy early on in the bowling, with Matt Evans, who was generally very subdued for most of the week, managing one moment of excitement with a throw back at the stumps. 24 runs from two Justin Jones overs meant that even with a wicket each for Oli Perigo and Ben Seddon Wooburn appeared to be on course for a comfortable win, but when Oli Perigo had to leave early and I was brought on to bowl as a desperate emergency measure things changed quite remarkably. The pitch was more helpful than usual to seam bowling with all the recent rain, but with Ben Seddon at one end playing his first game for two years and me at the other being a very occasional bowler, one would have thought Wooburn would comfortably make the 60 or so they needed off the last 16 overs. Somehow, though, they found ways to get out as Ben got quite a bit of movement and I kept it straight a surprising amount of the time. With their first team opening batsman (coming in at number 6) contriving to miss a straight one and be bowled for 0 and their captain running himself out by trying to take a single that was never there off the last ball of an over, and finding his partner refusing to sacrifice himself (for which he received a volley of abuse from his skipper!) they managed to get themselves in more and more difficulty. Geoff Morris at number 9 made an effort, but when the number 10 was also badly run out he had to play for the draw, as the number 11 was apparently totally useless with the bat. Sadly we only had one ball at him, which I wasted by not bowling straight, and Ben could not get Morris out in the last over, so Wooburn clung on at 124-9, Ben Seddon finishing with 4-33 from 11 overs.

Match Drawn.

 

Stoner v Mike Adams' XI - July 24th 2001

Mike Adams produced the usual mix of older cricketers who knew how to play the game and young, talented players, including two Australians from the Southern League. The opening bowling, particularly from the Aussie, Kneller, was pretty tight, and after Justin Jones had perished for a typically rapid 18 Oli Perigo and Jack Fray found the going quite tough. However they both survived and picked up runs where they could. The fall of wickets is not recorded in the scorebook, but I think they managed about 130 for the second wicket before Oli fell for 68 and young Duncan Shannon added some urgency and chivvied Jack past his fifty as they added a rather quicker 50 runs for the 3rd wicket. Jack was eventually bowled for 61 and Duncan finished with a very creditable 21 not out, impressive for a 15 year old against premier league bowlers, as Kneller had returned at the end. Perhaps it was Duncan's New Zealand ancestry coming to the fore in taking on the Australians....

Set 206 to win in what turned out to be 42 overs Mike Adam's XI should have had more than enough batting to make the task look easy. However after tidy opening spells from Ben Seddon and Matthew Scanlan Julian Perigo produced one of the best spells of the week, taking 2-7 in 7 overs against quality batting. At the other end Toby Harris produced a remarkable variety of bowling, with the second Aussie kindly donating his wicket - after a fearsome cover drive for four from his first ball he pulled a long hop second ball gently into the hands of Ed Ellis. A few balls earlier Ed had taken a stunning diving catch in the same position also off Toby and Toby finished with 2-16 in 6 overs. With the Steep spin twins of Ellis and Batey (another New Zealander determined to best the Australians!) bowling through to the end Adams XI were now well behind the run rate, and the pressure of trying to keep up led to a steady fall of wickets. Although their captain Richard Hindley was unbeaten at the end on 33, and had the ability to score the remaining runs, he couldn't protect the tail and the last wicket fell on 158 with 3 overs remaining.

One notable feature of this match for me came on the field when I discovered that not only was I the oldest Stoner player on the field, but that I was the oldest by nine years! In most of the time that I have been playing for Stoner being the oldest player by nine years would have put me very firmly in a wheelchair, but I'm pleased to say that I can still move with reasonable freedom and that aside from me all the side was under 30, something which should be a promising development!

Stoner won by 47 runs.

 

 

Steep v Stoner - July 25th 2001

With Stoner having kept their grubby paws firmly clamped on the Wicksteed trophy for the previous four years Steep were out for revenge, and had even stooped to recruiting Stoner members, bribing the Perigo brothers to turn traitor for the day by allowing them to open the batting together. However with Matt Evans captaining Stoner the trophy was never going to be relinquished without a fight, and this proved to be the most incident packed game of the week, with most of the nominations for champagne and low alcohol lager moments of the week!

Matt started by losing the toss and being asked to field on a baking hot day, but undaunted he charged in to bowl at the Perigo brothers. With young Matthew Scanlan bowling a very useful 6 overs for 15 runs at the other end the scoring was slow, but the Perigos remained unbeaten, although Julian was lucky to escape a straightforward edge to slip off Matt Evans' bowling when Duncan Shannon, the wicketkeeper, flung himself to his right and just got enough of a fingertip to the ball to deflect it out of slips hands, thus earning himself a low alcohol lager nomination in only his third Stoner match! Charles Gordon had now come on to give a masterclass in the art of slow left arm bowling, during which another of the moments nominated for awards occurred. I didn't see it myself, and the versions of it have been various, but I believe it went something like this. Charley strikes the batsman on the pad with one of his cunningly flighted loopy deliveries, and turns to give the Steep umpire a hard stare. The umpire, Cliff, is an old friend and knows Charley well, and informs him that it is not out, whereupon Charley replies along the lines of "I didn't speak to you and you needn't to speak to me." Ben Seddon, replacing Evans, was also economical, but nonetheless it took a moment of genius (comic rather than cricketing) to separate the Perigos, as a run down to third man was fielded by Matt Evans, refusing to bend down but sticking his foot out instead, and seeing the ball flick up perfectly into his hand for him to throw back to the keeper and catch the loving brothers involved in a friendly debate about whether or not there might be a second run in the middle of the wicket. It was Oli who lost the argument, leaving the field amongst much fraternal acrimony which later carried over to their critiques of each other's fielding techniques. The combination of Evan's footwork (caused, he claimed, by having no desire to put his hand down a rabbit hole) and the Perigo's confrontation subsequently earned this incident the Champagne Moment award for the week.

Julian soon followed Oli back to the pavilion, unable to cope with the wiles of Charley Gordon, and with Colin Batey and Adrian Hill also going cheaply to Charles, both well caught by Bob Hill, and Ben Seddon picking up a wicket Stoner seemed well on top again. Once Charles finally retired from the attack (though that seems an over-aggressive word to describe his bowling!) having taken 3-36 in 13 overs, Steep got back on top. Damian Morley had come in at number 3, and was batting solidly, and he was joined at number 7 by Rudi Antrobus. Rudi is not quite in his pomp these days, but he still knows a thing or two about putting bat to ball, and there were flashes of his former self as Justin Jones went for 38 in three overs, though he did eventually get Rudi caught on the square leg boundary. Although Bob Hill picked up a couple more cheap wickets Damian Morley was now hitting the ball straight with enormous power and the run rate continued to increase. Nonetheless it was only after 49 overs had been bowled that Steep reached 200, and some very unsubtle hints were being dropped by skipper Matt Evans that he felt the time had come for Steep to declare, which they finally did at 205-8. (Actually on second thoughts I think the word 'hints' is misplaced in that last sentence - a better word would be 'demands'.)

Chasing that target in what turned out to be 41 overs was not going to be easy, though we were assisted by another of the game's more unusual incidents when Matt Evans managed to convince Steep captain Mike Jones that he had really batted on for too long and that in the interests of fairness we should be given an extra ten minutes batting time! This is surely a coup which only Evans could have pulled off, but it still left us with a stiff target. In the interests of a rapid start Justin Jones and I were sent in to open the batting, and we succeeded in putting on 74 in 11 overs, during which I am proud (and indeed astonished) to say that I outscored Justin, something of a rarity for any of his batting partners, and certainly unique for me! After Justin's departure to a top edged pull the game's next 'interesting' incident occurred when Paul Hutt and I were batting. After a run had been taken a throw came in, and somehow ended up hitting the stumps, well after the running appeared to have been completed. From where I was standing Paul appeared to be in his ground, but Colin Batey the bowler, and Ed Ellis, who was fielding at that end both appealed. Derek Roberts, who was umpiring, gave it not out, and there was then some discussion amongst the fielders along the lines that Paul had been standing out of his ground. Play then continued until the end of the over, when I probably did not help matters by asking Ed what had been going on, as I hadn't really seen it clearly from my end. This caused Ed to explain again that Paul had been out of his ground when the ball hit the stumps, and that the umpire clearly hadn't noticed this. At this point Derek suggested that if Ed thought he could do a better job of umpiring then he was welcome to do so, offered him the coat and left the field. Derek insists he was not being grumpy, but at the AGM he was officially designated as having been Mr. Grumpy all day and awarded the Low Alcohol Lager Moment for the week. In any event once a replacement umpire had been found it turned out that it made little difference whether Paul had been in or out of his ground as he was definitely out bowled almost immediately thereafter.

Laurie Goldsmith then played an impressive cameo, looking as classy a batsman as he always does in making 14 with two 4's and a 6 before he and I had a stop/go attempt at a run and unfortunately the ball was thrown to his end. The opening bowlers, Batey and Jones, both bowled 9 fairly expensive overs before coming off, and Ed Ellis, having started with a maiden went for 11 in each of his next two overs before being taken off, so we were well up with the run rate. However the combination of Rudi Antrobus, bowling slow stuff on a length that often failed to bounce above shin height, and Damian Morley getting turn and bounce put the brakes on. Matthew Scanlan played a useful innings for 13, but then lost his head somewhat and needlessly gave Damian the charge and was stumped, and Jack Fray also hung around to keep the board ticking before going LBW to Rudi for 7. Rudi had gone for only 11 in his first 8 overs, and Damian with only a few more loose balls for 21 in 6, and the required rate was lifting again. Duncan Shannon again played an impressively level-headed innings for such a young player, and we were able to up the rate from Damian, taking 17 off his last two overs and pick off a few more from Rudi. I was particularly pleased to bring up the winning runs off Rudi with a 4, the first boundary he conceded in 10.3 overs, though the large number of extras sadly left me without enough runs to make a hundred - I finished on 97*.

Shortly thereafter Matt Evans was presented with the Wicksteed trophy on behalf of Stoner for the 5th consecutive year, much to his delight. No doubt he had been spurred on by a sign in the Steep dressing room at the start of the match which read 'Matt Evans is a very slow bowler', a sign he was unable to alter as he couldn't find any chalk. The fact that a 15 year old wicketkeeper stood up to his bowling may have made Steep's point, but Matt was entirely happy to have the last laugh! In any event we were all able to move down the road to the Harrow and discuss the game, and I'm pleased to say that despite all the incident there was no bitterness from anybody as far as I know, though I don't have any sources inside the Perigo household to tell me how their evening went....

Stoner won by 5 wickets.

 

Stoner V Carpe Diem - July 26th, 2001

Carpe Diem produced their usual line up of powerful batting and bowlers who were difficult to score off, and as captain I was left with quite a dilemma on winning the toss. It was a baking hot day again and my team would not have been impressed with being asked to field first, but I had a bad feeling about trying to defend any sort of score. Perhaps unwisely I chose to go with team comfort and bat first, sending in my two 15 year olds to open the batting. Matthew Scanlan and Duncan Shannon made a solid start before both perished with the score on 39, and Ben Seddon and Laurie Goldsmith carried on the steady pace. Even Laurie was unable to break the shackles imposed by the very tidy bowling and he, Justin Jones and Aran Daniels all fell in their teens. Ben carried on accumulating steadily, but showed his lack of regular cricket by being unable to improvise and accelerate when necessary batting for 104 balls in the end for his 47 not out. Damian Morley was finally able to inject some pace into the Stoner innings, particularly off the declaration bowling of Rob Newmarch, who in contrast to the less than 3 an over conceded by most of his bowlers donated us 42 runs in 3 overs. With this generous assistance I felt compelled to declare at 183-5 after 50 overs and nearly 3 hours batting, with Damian making 48* in 33 balls. I still had a bad feeling that it wasn't going to be enough, and I turned out to be comfortably right!

Connor Wilkinson did give us some hope with a good opening spell in which he moved the ball about sharply, but he couldn't take a wicket in 10 excellent overs, and a couple of big sixes spoiled his figures. Oli Perigo did manage to produce two wickets in his six overs, but he conceded 39 runs and Ed Ellis and Damian Morley couldn't do much better as the change bowlers. Ed also picked up two wickets, but the runs kept flowing and the wickets dried up as well. Steve Hurst and Peter Fenton put on 104 for the Carpe Diem 5th wicket in just 14 overs to take Carpe Diem home with 10 overs to spare - and that with 10 overs less to bat in than Stoner had! And they still had several useful batsmen to come...

Stoner lost by 6 wickets.

 

Stoner v Ropley - July 27th, 2001

A clash of tactical genius was anticipated in this game as two old hands Olly Green for Ropley and Connor Wilkinson for Stoner went out to toss up. Olly immediately gained the upper hand on another hot day by winning the toss and electing to bat. (Editors Note - The following correction has been received from Connor Wilkinson: "In the interests of historical accuracy I should admit that I actually won the toss for the Ropley game and agreed to put Ropley in on the basis that Olly didn't tell anyone.... it was, after all, a hot day. My reasoning was on the basis of a conversation with yourself the day before about which approach gave the best chance of winning.")

Ropley though had reckoned without Stoner's barrage of spin bowling. Matt Evans opened with Justin Jones and Ropley were quickly building up the runs, before once again both openers fell on the same score, a frequent feature of the week. Matt could not get his rhythm right and actually asked to be taken off after 6 overs to be replaced by Julian Perigo, while Justin kept persevering, ending up with 1-64 in 9 overs. He was eventually replaced by the day's surprise package, Duncan Shannon bowling leg-breaks. Duncan initially struggled for line and length, being too bad to hit in his first over, but going for 12 in his next as he got nearer the target. After that he found his rhythm, got some turn and didn't go for more than a single until his last over. He took 2-28 in 8, while Julian got 1-20 also in 8 and the run rate was kept well in check. Damian Morley and Connor also bowled short economical spells, but with not enough wickets falling and time ticking on the declaration bowling came on with Brian Taylor getting 2-34 in 4 overs to bring about the declaration at 210-7 at 5.05.

Connor could not succeed in the same trick as Matt Evans had on Wednesday - Olly Green was never going to give us an extra ten minutes - so it was a full blooded chase of 211 in what turned out to be 37 overs. Mike Russell and Oli Perigo started solidly, but Mike was out in the fifth over and the runs dried up for a while. The introduction of the left arm spin of Newton and the distinctly loopy spin of McArtin helped the run rate pick up a bit, but Oli was out for 18 shortly before the start of the 20 overs and over 130 were still needed off the 20. I was batting solidly, but not hitting the ball hard, so a lot of running was required as the ball failed for the most part to reach the long boundaries around the Mem Pitch. Arun Daniels kept the runs ticking in his 22 and then Damian Morley, not quite as fluently as the previous two days, also ran well as we put on 80 for the 4th wicket in just 11 overs to bring victory within sight. This time there were enough runs on the board for me to complete a century and then hit what I thought were the winning runs and walk off the field, only to be told that the scoreboard was wrong and the scores were only level, so I had to go back and get another! I finished with 106* and Stoner produced another memorable win.

Stoner won by 6 wickets.

 

Golf Match - July 28th, 2001

(The following report has been received from Connor Wilkinson concerning the inaugural Stoner Golf Match)

The First Stoner CC Golf competition was fought between:

Bruce
Olly Green
Olly Perigo
Myself
with Julian Allen turning up late.

When I played Olly P two days before I'd beaten him, this time he played very well hitting the ball miles, Bruce and Olly Green played well and I would have scored better if I hadn't turned up. So young Perigo won and was presented with the Wilkinson Seven Wood as a prize. However, since the club was much better suited to Bruce he passed it to the bursar for use and safekeeping until next year.

In addition to the above five we had a number of apologies so might even make it to eight players next year - especially if Alistair Britton and Robert Layton could be inveigled into coming down to play.

 

Goodwood v Stoner - July 29th, 2001

For some reason the Sunday game away to Goodwood was the least popular amongst those volunteering to play for Stoner this year, and the late decision of Julian Perigo to fly to Rome instead of playing made it necessary for 4 ringers to be brought in. Three of these were members of my club side at home stopping off with me on our way to our own tour in Bristol and the fourth was a friend of Dillon Bryden. With all of these being proper cricketers the batting line up was even more powerful than it had been for most of the week and was probably capable of chasing any target. Whether Goodwood's captain had got wind of this or whether he was remembering last year's demolition job by Justin Jones who scored a century as Stoner rattled off 160 odd to win in about 20 overs I don't know, but in any event he won the toss and chose to bowl first on another very hot day!

Stoner skipper Julian Allen was faced with a difficult decision over the batting order, which he could virtually have drawn from a hat, and so the openers he chose, myself and Damian Morley, were under instructions to keep the scoreboard moving from the start, and after I had edged my first ball through the slips for a single we managed to do this. Goodwood's opening bowlers actually both moved the ball about a bit and bowled well, but as with that first ball they had little luck, and the second change bowler Murray was soon knocked out of the attack after 3 expensive overs. The first change was Pete Wilmer, who has apparently been playing for Goodwood for many years and now bowls with no pace on the ball at all, reasonably accurately and being very difficult to get away. Nonetheless the score had reached 101 by the end of the 18th over when Damian perished for 45 trying to force Wilmer away and being caught, and in his next over I went in similar fashion for 51.

There then followed an incident that might have received an award if they had not already been decided, as Olly Green hit a ball out to mid wicket, who was deepish, took a couple of steps down the wicket thinking about a run, but decided against it and turned to walk back into his ground. Unfortunately he was not keeping an eye on the young, enthusiastic fielder who pinged the ball in and hit the stumps direct with Olly still wandering slowly back towards his crease. To make matters worse the square leg umpire was Matt Evans who had popped down to watch a bit of the game and gave Olly out with gleeful zeal! This clatter of wickets did not deter the Stoner line up, with Oli Perigo making a 50 punctuated with powerful shots and Vaughan John scoring a rapid 34, while others down the order sacrificed themselves in the name of quick runs, including, to Goodwood's relief, Justin Jones LBW second ball having survived an enormous appeal first ball! Justin's departure was preceded by another moment worthy of an award nomination if it had occurred earlier in the week as Dillon Bryden was bowled but had to be given out by the umpire as he stood his ground, apparently not realising what had happened! Stoner eventually declared on 230-9 at tea, with Julian Allen deciding not to go in for a couple of balls himself. Wilmer bowled to the end to take 4-56 from 16 overs, while the leg-spinner Giffen, bowling at the death had figures of 3-40 in 4.4 overs!

Goodwood soon found themselves under pressure as they could not get away the opening bowlers, the ringers Hewitt and Sinclair, who went for 10 and 14 runs in 7 and 6 overs respectively. Although the bowlers didn't get a wicket the pressure put on the batsmen led to a run out when Odell was most unfortunate to be the victim of a direct hit from me, something I usually reserve for those occasions when the batsman is safely in his ground. With something like 200 runs required from 27 overs when the seamers came off Goodwood were really under the cosh, and although they struck some good blows against the spin of Damian Morley and Julian Allen they could not make the required rate. Julian took 3-64 in 11 overs, but was desperately unlucky, with 5 chances going begging in a single over at one stage, though not many of them were easy. As a result not enough wickets were taken by Stoner, and despite some blatant efforts at temptation by Dillon Bryden with his medium pace bouncers, which produced a wicket, and my two overs of Justin Jones impersonations (as the real thing had an injured shoulder), we could not prise out the last few batsmen, who did not give up completely, but refused to take any silly risks. Goodwood ended up with 199-7.

Match Drawn

Stoner Batting Averages 2001

Qualification: 1 Completed Innings

Pos.

Player

Games

Inns.

NO's

Runs

Hi-Score

Average

1

M. Quantrill

6

4

2

258

106*

129.00

2

B. Seddon

4

2

1

64

47*

64.00

3

D. Morley

3

3

1

124

48*

62.00

4

J. Perigo

3

2

1

44

40

44.00

5

H. Burge

1

1

0

42

42

42.00

6

O. Perigo

5

4

0

140

68

35.00

7

V. John

1

1

0

34

34

34.00

8

D. Shannon

5

4

2

53

21*

26.50

9

J. Fray

3

3

0

79

61

26.33

10

A. Daniels

2

2

0

39

22

19.50

11

H. Sinclair

1

1

0

17

17

17.00

12

J. Jones

7

6

0

100

40

16.67

13

B. Taylor

3

2

0

29

16

14.50

14

O. Hadi

1

1

0

14

14

14.00

15

L. Goldsmith

2

2

0

27

14

13.50

16

M. Russell

2

2

0

26

15

13.00

17

P. Hutt

2

2

0

25

21

12.50

18

M. Scanlan

4

3

0

37

17

12.33

19

C. Wilkinson

3

1

0

10

10

10.00

20

T. McGrath

1

1

0

8

8

8.00

21

R. Tomlinson

1

1

0

6

6

6.00

22

D. Bryden

1

1

0

4

4

4.00

23

S. Hurst

1

1

0

3

3

3.00

24

O. Green

1

1

0

2

2

2.00

Also Batted, but not Qualified for the Averages

1

D. Roberts

2

1

1

13

13*

******

2

M. Evans

3

1

1

13

13*

******

3

S. Roberts

1

1

1

12

12*

******

4

J. Hewitt

1

1

1

10

10*

******

5

C. Batey

1

1

1

1

1*

******

6

B. Hill

1

0

0

0

0

------

7

C. Gordon

1

0

0

0

0

------

8

E. Ellis

2

0

0

0

0

------

9

J. Allen

1

0

0

0

0

------

10

T. Harris

1

0

0

0

0

------

Stoner Bowling Averages 2001

Qualification: 1 Wicket Taken

Pos.

Player

Overs

Mdns.

Runs

Wkts.

Best

R/Over

Average

1

S. Roberts

6

2

12

3

3-12

2.00

4.00

2

J. Perigo

16.5

4

28

5

2-1

1.66

5.60

3

T. Harris

6

0

16

2

2-16

2.67

8.00

4

B. Hill

7

0

22

2

2-22

3.14

11.00

5

C. Gordon

13

1

36

3

3-36

2.77

12.00

6

B. Seddon

26

5

77

6

4-33

2.96

12.83

7

C. Batey

8

0

42

3

3-42

5.25

14.00

8

D. Shannon

8

0

28

2

2-28

3.50

14.00

9

B. Taylor

4

0

34

2

2-34

8.50

17.00

10

J. Allen

11

0

64

3

3-64

5.82

21.33

11

O. Perigo

10

0

64

3

2-39

6.40

21.33

12

V. John

5

1

22

1

1-22

4.40

22.00

13

C. Wilkinson

19

3

74

3

3-13

3.89

24.67

14

M. Quantrill

12

1

50

2

2-25

4.17

25.00

15

D. Bryden

2

0

26

1

1-26

13.00

26.00

16

E. Ellis

14.3

0

79

3

2-40

5.45

26.33

17

J. Jones

22

2

155

4

2-29

7.05

38.75

18

M. Evans

20

4

68

1

1-22

3.40

68.00

19

D. Morley

16

1

98

1

1-45

6.13

98.00

Also Bowled, but not Qualified for the Averages

1

M. Scanlan

17

5

54

0

0-14

3.18

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2

J. Hewitt

7

4

10

0

0-10

1.43

-----

3

H. Sinclair

6

1

14

0

0-14

2.33

-----

4

T. McGrath

5

0

24

0

0-24

4.80

-----

5

R. Tomlinson

3

0

20

0

0-20

6.67

-----

6

O. Hadi

3

0

25

0

0-25

8.33

-----

7

A. Daniels

2

0

23

0

0-23

11.50

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