2019 Averages

  • Wednesday, 16 October 2019 13:19
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Please find attached the final averages for 2019.  These have been taken from Play Cricket so everyone has had time to make corrections so we don't expect any late changes and the winners will be receiving an award at the Annual Dinner on Fri 8th November.

 

Batting              
Division Player Team Innings Not Out Runs High Average
Premier Sam Marsh Croston 16 5 601 62* 54.64
1A Stephen Wright Kirkham and Wesham 16 9 405 81* 57.86
1B Joseph Tiffin Chorley II 16 2 465 102* 33.21
2 Phil Woods Gregson Lane 14 6 352 45 44.00
3 Robert Cobley White Coppice 17 0 704 128 41.41
4 Anis Vahaluwala Walton-le-Dale II 14 2 371 94 30.92
5 Alex McCann Houghton II 15 2 560 76 43.08
6 Roger Garlick Blackpool IV 12 2 648 146* 64.80
               
Bowling              
Division Player Team Overs Maidens Runs Wickets Average
Premier Sam Marsh Croston 186 43 497 62 8.02
1A Andrew Hogarth Kirkham and Wesham 91.1 27 199 42 4.74
1B Michael Birchall Leyland II 189.2 46 511 50 10.22
2 Sajeedali Saiyad Ingol 182.1 64 298 62 4.81
3 Neil Jordan Torrisholme II 74.4 16 157 30 5.23
4 Imran Paladiwala Walton-le-Dale II 135.2 37 308 41 7.51
5 Jordan Shaw Darwen III 91.2 22 255 32 7.97
6 Shaun Parkinson Bretherton 98.4 28 220 28 7.86
               
Wicketkeeping
             
Division Player Team Total Catches Stumpings    
Premier Adam Sexton Croston 30 25 5    
1A Gregg Ashcroft Rufford 20 19 1    
1B joint James Bradley St Annes II 23 16 7    
1B joint Benjamin Heath Blackpool II 23 19 4    
2 Reza Hussain Great Eccleston II 27 20 7    
3 Ben Lloyd Blackpool III 21 19 2    
4 Andrew Shorrock Walton-le-Dale II 14 11 3    
5 Garry Hebblethwaite Fylde II 14 11 3    
6 Neil Willetts Wyre II 16 10 6    
               
               
               
               
               
               
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