2011 Records

Batting Averages

Name Total Average Matches innings out
R van Lingen 333 41.6 17 14 8
D Farrar 209 14.9 18 15 14
M Gripper 140 10.8 16 14 13
M Sulemann 125 13.9 11 9 9
A Edwards 112 22.4 9 8 5
J Farrar 109 18.2 6 6 6
P Mitchelmore 106 35.3 5 5 3
E Botha 99 16.5 10 8 6
A Patwardhan 94 13.4 11 10 7
S Evans 87 21.75 6 6 4
P Easwaran 85 14.2 12 10 6
N Walden 69 17.3 9 6 4
E Ffrench – Constant 57 19 4 4 3
P Arumugam 55 6.9 11 9 8
C Blake 54 9 9 6 6
R Marshall 50 12.5 4 4 4
W Howe 41 41 2 2 1
T Shaw 37 12.3 5 5 3
I Bishop 37 18.5 2 2 2
A Widdison 36 36 1 1 1
T Griffiths 30 2 2 15 2
M Stead 28 7 5 4 4
J Fletcher 27 6.75 6 4 4
S Benney 22 22 1 1 1
J Griffiths 18 6 5 4 3
J Ellis 17 8.5 3 3 2
J Walden 15 5 5 4 3
J Pring 14 7 3 3 2
V Arumugam 14 1 0
M Jones (Dalton Jnr) 13 6.5 3 2 2
C Tiley 11 11 2 1 1
H Dalton 9 3 5 3 3
P Gripper 9 9 2 1 1
R White 8 8 1 1 1
G Maskell 7 7 3 1 1
M Walden 7 3.5 5 3 2
R Davis 7 7 2 1 1
Chakrabarty 6 1 1 0
P Upton 6 6 1 1 1
J Garman 5 2.5 4 2 2
A Maskell 5 1 1 0
H Gripper 4 4 2 1 1
J Evans 3 3 1 1 1
J Tait 1 2 1 1 2

Bowling Averages

Name Wickets Overs Runs Economy Average
D Farrar 22 64 302 4.7 13.7
R van Lingen 15 46 202 4.4 13.5
N Walden 12 27 149 5.5 12.4
A Edwards 12 35 120 3.4 10
M Suleman 10 34 172 5.1 17.2
A Patwardhan 10 32 187 5.8 18.7
S Evans 10 17 86 5.1 8.6
E Botha 8 36 173 4.8 21.6
J Farrar 7 16 90 5.6 12.9
M Gripper 5 24 160 6.7 32
J Tait 4 19 96 5.1 24
E Ffrench-Constant 3 11 37 3.4 12.3
C Tiley 3 7 19 2.7 6.3
P Arumugam 2 16 75 4.7 37.5
J Ellis 2 11 64 5.8 32
M Walden 2 11 50 4.5 25
R Davis 2 5 12 2.4 6
M Jones (Dalton Jnr) 2 4 23 5.75 11.5
W Howe 1 4 15 3.75 15
I Bishop 1 6 6 1 6
T Shaw 0 1 19 19
H Dalton 0 5 38 7.6
G Maskell 0 3 17 5.7
A Maskell 0 3 10 4.6
V Arumugam 0 3 14 4.7
J Evans 0 1 7 7
J Griffiths 0 1 8 8
P Gripper 0 2 12 6
H Gripper 0 2 11 5.5
J Fletcher 0 3 28 9.3

Cons v GP

Wednesday 27th April – Consultants v GPs – Curry in Truro after at the Ganges

Posted by Captain Bobby

Consultants:
1 R van Lingen
2 H Dalton +/- son
3 A Edwards
4 A Patwardhan
5 P Arumagam
6 S Evans
7 P Chakrabarti
8 G Maskell
9 P Upton
10 A Widdison
11 P Easwaran
12 J Ellis
13 C Blake
14 J Curnow
15 P Peyser
GPs:
1 W Howe
2 T Shaw
3 D Farrar
4 M Gripper
5 C Tiley
6 E Ffrench-Constant
7 J Garman
8 R White
The first game of the season, with encouraging pre-season interest, got under way on a very dry pitch with the GPs batting first after some nervous moments when we were a little short of kit. In an astonishingly inept tactical blunder I managed to negotiate away 3 players to the Gp’s, and then took to the field with only 9 Consultants and a GP support fielder after several last minute no shows! A gritty opening stand between Howe and Tiley put good runs on the board, with the usual series of missed catches and run out opportunities that we know and love from Methigionites along the way. The fearsome toy bat of ex-skipper Gripper however provided more mirth than runs on this occasion. Dave F batted well too in the middle order for 19, before a run acceleration by the “less old” pair of White and Shaw at the end saw a respectable total of 89 being posted to chase. All bowlers did well, and everyone did bowl, but Evans with 2 for 5 off 3 probably the pick of the bunch – although this will probably leave him with a need for a steroid prescription to deal with the whole body arthritis induced by such exertions.
The run chase started well with Upton and Widdison, and a great 36 from Adam meant the game was in the balance throughout despite some tight GP bowling. A fantastic catch in the deep by Will Howe however ended his run and was probably the death knell for us. Wickets fell steadily until yours truly came in at number 9 as the last batsman – 9 off 6 needed. Time for a Captain’s innings?? Harry promptly ran me out without facing a ball!! Vinod, Aru’s son, says this is know as a “ruby duck”. Whatever it is Dalton is fielding silly square leg and batting 11 for the rest of the season! OK, maybe I should have run faster, but I think he is still trying to get revenge from the day I ran him out from the boundary as a junior doctor many years ago!
So, a fun start to the season, with a deserved win to the GPs.  Lets hope some of the batting and bowling form continues.