Brocklesby Park Cricket Club

Clumber Park against Brocklesby Park at Clumber Park on 18/05/1985


Innings of Clumber Park

Batsman How Out Fielder Bowler Score 4s 6s
1 Deakin Bowled S.Bradshaw 10 2 0
2 G.Beard Caught P.Stothard JD.Burbidge 1 0 0
3 D.Ellis Bowled JD.Burbidge 30 1 2
4 F.Stinchcomb Bowled S.Bradshaw 0 0 0
5 Cox Caught KG.Smith S.Bradshaw 2 0 0
6 Fox Bowled S.Bradshaw 3 0 0
7 K.Patel Caught KG.Smith S.Bradshaw 13 1 0
8 P.Townsend LBW S.Bradshaw 0 0 0
9 D.Ward Bowled S.Bradshaw 3 0 0
10 Youngs Caught JD.Burbidge S.Bradshaw 17 0 0
11 S.Ward Not Out 1 0 0
Extras 15
27.1 Overs Total 95 All Out
1 13 2 18 3 30 4 49 5 50
Deakin G.Beard F.Stinchcomb D.Ellis Cox
6 71 7 71 8 72 9 90 10 95
Fox P.Townsend K.Patel D.Ward Youngs

Bowling (6-ball Overs)

Bowler Overs Maidens Runs Wickets
1 JD.Burbidge 8.0 1 40 2
2 S.Bradshaw 13.1 3 29 8
3 PB.Burbidge 4.0 1 15 0
4 D.Stamp 2.0 0 5 0


Innings of Brocklesby Park

Batsman How Out Fielder Bowler Score 4s 6s
1 G.White Caught Youngs G.Beard 4 0 0
2 KG.Smith+ Caught Youngs D.Ward 3 0 0
3 M.Featherstone Caught S.Ward Youngs 15 2 0
4 P.Stothard LBW G.Beard 0 0 0
5 N.Page Caught Youngs G.Beard 0 0 0
6 D.Stamp Caught G.Beard Youngs 1 0 0
7 E.Davey Bowled G.Beard 0 0 0
8 MCB.Burbidge* Not Out 42 1 1
9 PB.Burbidge Run Out 25 0 1
10 S.Bradshaw Not Out 1 0 0
11 JD.Burbidge DNB -
Extras 5
29.1 Overs Total 96/8
1 8 2 9 3 10 4 10 5 17
G.White KG.Smith P.Stothard N.Page D.Stamp
6 19 7 27 8 87 9 96 10 -
E.Davey M.Featherstone PB.Burbidge - -

Bowling (6-ball Overs)

Bowler Overs Maidens Runs Wickets
1 G.Beard 12.2 5 15 4
2 D.Ward 6.0 2 7 1
3 Youngs 0.5 3 25 2
4 P.Townsend 6.0 0 29 0
5 K.Patel 4.0 1 18 0


Brocklesby Park won by 2 wickets


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