TGCC | LEAGUE STATS 2015

So, the league season is over and following the proverbial curate’s egg, Grafton have achieved their highest ever finish in their 13 seasons of league cricket

Fourth place in Division 2 is not to be sniffed at, finishing just below former Premier Division champions Overbury with a well rotated squad.

Played – 17
Won – 10
Lost – 7

This beats our previous efforts of 6 wins (2014 & 2008), 5 wins (2010 & 2009) and documents our improvement as a club.

Toss Percentage – 47%
Batted First – 65%

Won Batting First – 7 from 11 : 64%
Lost Batting First – 4 from 11 : 36%

Won Chasing – 3 from 6 : 50%
Lost Chasing – 3 from 6 : 50%

Biggest Win Batting First – 103 runs v Norton Lindsey II (a)
Biggest Win Chasing – 7 wickets v Norton Lindsey II (h)

Biggest Defeat Batting First – 10 wickets v Moreton-in-Marsh (h) & v Chipping Campden (a)
Biggest Defeat Chasing  156 runs v Warks Council Staff (h)

Highest Score – 240-7 v Norton Lindsey II (a)
Lowest Score – 54 a/o v Chipping Campden (a)

Run Ranges
0-100 – 2
100-125 – 5
125 – 150 – 3
150 – 175 – 1
175 – 200 – 0
200+ – 6

Total Runs Scored – 2589
Total Runs Conceded – 2759

Total Wickets Taken – 127
Total Wickets Given Up – 132

Longest Game – 90 overs v Leek Wootton (a)
Shortest Game – 40.5 overs v Chipping Campden (a)

PLAYER STATS

Players Used – 26
Most Appearances – Mark Johnston (16)
Fewest Appearances – Mark Russell, Rich Darby, Adam Waters, Jake Conway (1)

Highest Run Scorer – Mark Johnston (416)
Best Average (5 inns) – Simon Kirk (49.43)
Highest Score – Matt Harvey (97*)

Most Fifties – Mark Johnston (3)

Highest Strike Rate (5 inns) – Mark Johnston (89.60)
Lowest Strike Rate (5 inns) – Tom Thompson (24.56)
Most Ducks – Tom Thompson (6)

Most Sixes – Simon Kirk (7)
Most Fours – Mark Johnston (65)

Most Wickets – Ed Harris (26)
Best Average (5 wickets) – Ed Harris (10.12)
Best Bowling – Ed Harris (7-21)
Most Overs – Anthony Holt (112.5)
Most Maidens – Anthony Holt (20)

Most 5-fors – Ed Harris (2)

Best Strike Rate (5 wickets) – Ed Harris (14.96)
Best Economy Rate (5 wickets) – Rich James (3.78)

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