Brocklesby Park Cricket Club

Brocklesby Park against Friskney at Brocklesby Park on 06/05/1984


Innings of Brocklesby Park

Batsman How Out Fielder Bowler Score 4s 6s
1 G.White* Bowled P.Barker 41 4 0
2 J.Clarke+ LBW T.Hall 39 4 0
3 click to read more Bowled P.Barker 3 0 0
4 http://www.donjupp.de/ Caught T.Twigg R.Emerson 13 2 0
5 speed dating chico ca Caught J.Forrest R.Emerson 12 2 0
6 JG.Hutchinson Bowled G.Danby 31 5 0
7 M.Winfield Caught P.Barker G.Danby 6 1 0
8 S.Page Not Out 2 0 0
9 C.Moore Not Out 1 0 0
10 MCB.Burbidge DNB -
11 JD.Burbidge DNB -
Extras 22
44.0 Overs Total 170/7
1 80 2 94 3 97 4 123 5 133
J.Clarke M.Featherstone G.White D.Stamp R.Umbers
6 148 7 168 8 170 9 - 10 -
M.Winfield JG.Hutchinson - - -

Bowling (6-ball Overs)

Bowler Overs Maidens Runs Wickets
1 G.Danby 11.0 2 52 2
2 T.Hall 15.0 3 50 1
3 P.Barker 11.0 3 25 2
4 R.Emerson 7.0 2 21 2


Innings of Friskney

Batsman How Out Fielder Bowler Score 4s 6s
1 R.Emerson Caught R.Umbers MCB.Burbidge 33 4 0
2 J.Forrest Caught M.Featherstone JG.Hutchinson 4 0 0
3 T.Twigg Run Out 1 0 0
4 R.Smith Caught C.Moore D.Stamp 29 5 0
5 A.Holiday LBW MCB.Burbidge 1 0 0
6 P.Barker Stumped J.Clarke MCB.Burbidge 4 0 0
7 S.Wright Bowled MCB.Burbidge 1 0 0
8 J.Snell Bowled MCB.Burbidge 6 0 0
9 G.Danby Caught C.Moore MCB.Burbidge 10 0 0
10 T.Hall Not Out 1 0 0
11 J.Emerson Bowled C.Moore 0 0 0
Extras 7
31.2 Overs Total 97 All Out
1 10 2 23 3 67 4 69 5 74
J.Forrest T.Twigg R.Smith A.Holiday R.Emerson
6 78 7 79 8 89 9 94 10 97
S.Wright P.Barker J.Snell G.Danby J.Emerson

Bowling (6-ball Overs)

Bowler Overs Maidens Runs Wickets
1 JD.Burbidge 8.0 0 26 0
2 JG.Hutchinson 7.0 2 17 1
3 D.Stamp 6.0 2 13 1
4 MCB.Burbidge 8.0 0 25 6
5 C.Moore 2.2 0 9 1


Brocklesby Park won by 73 runs


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