2017 Averages 1st XI

East Leeds CC 1st XI Averages 2017

Batting Qualification: 10 Innings / 300 Runs

Name

Inns

NO

HS

Runs

Ave

50/

100

Ct/St

FP

J van de Merwe

18

1

183

923

54.29

1/3

8/-

 

J Watling

16

2

74

311

22.21

2/-

2/-

 

D Atkinson

18

4

45*

286

20.43

-/-

23/4

 

D Lawrence

7

0

42

142

20.29

-/-

1/-

 

B Hussain

14

3

43*

213

19.36

-/-

3/-

 

J Gomersall

13

1

48

198

16.50

-/-

3/-

 

T Chapman

16

2

45

206

14.71

-/-

8/-

 

A Olbison

12

3

39

121

13.44

-/-

11/-

 

B Wilkinson

7

1

41

78

13.00

-/-

-/-

 

K Tandel

8

0

27

62

7.75

-/-

1/-

 

C Cannings

10

0

27

70

7.00

-/-

5/-

 

F Asghar

10

0

21

66

6.60

-/-

2/-

 

W Storey

9

7

2

5

2.50

-/-

4/-

 

Also Batted:

M Clarkson: 0* / A Eames: 0 / A Farnell: 4,25,4 (2ct) / D Jones: 0,0*,0,0

M Knight: 1,1,0*,3 (1ct) / A Pearce: 2 / M Shelton: 0 / J Steel: 0,44,0 (2ct)

Bowling – Qualification – 24 Wickets

Name

Overs

Mds

Rns

Wks

Ave.

BB

5s

S/R

RPO

J Watling

134

15

440

44

10.00

6-38

3

18.27

3.28

B Hussain

152

36

483

26

18.58

5-27

1

35.08

3.18

A Olbison

139

23

549

27

20.33

5-37

1

30.89

3.95

B Wilkinson

44

12

145

14

10.36

3-21

-

18.86

3.30

T Chapman

38

6

128

12

10.67

3-32

-

19.00

3.37

J vd Merwe

59

9

226

16

14.13

5-42

1

22.13

3.83

W Storey

65

13

221

14

15.79

5-16

1

27.86

3.40

K Tandel

38

4

158

7

22.57

5-32

1

32.57

4.16

Also Bowled:

F Asghar: 13-2-72-1 / M Clarkson: 2-0-8-0 / A Eames: 1-0-13-0 / M Shelton: 4-0-38-2

NB – © denotes a combined qualification whereby a player can qualify for the team in which he has made most appearances by combining performances in both 1st and 2nd XI matches.

 

Highest Partnerships Per Wicket

Wkt

Rns

Ov

No/Name

Rns

No/Name

Rns

Opponents

1st

109*

 

1. J van de Merwe

60*

2. D Atkinson

45*

Windhill

2nd

221

 

1. J van de Merwe

183

3. J Watling

74

Adwalton

3rd

59

 

1. J van de Merwe

161

4. J Gomersall

16

Gildersome

4th

63*

 

4. J Gomersall

28*

5. T Chapman

32*

Rodley

5th

40

 

4. J Gomersall

48

6. C Cannings

20

Sandal

6th

75

 

1. J van de Merwe

161

7. D Lawrence

42

Gildersome

7th

66

 

1. J van de Merwe

161

8.B Hussain

18

Gildersome

8th

62

 

8. B Husain

43*

9. B Wilkinson

41

Azaad

9th

56

 

6. T Chapman

45

10. B Hussain

36

Great Preston

10th

22

 

9. B Hussain

32

11. W Storey

2*

Heckmondwike

Other Partnerships of 50 or more

Wkt

Rns

Ov

No/Name

Rns

No/Name

Rns

Opponents

1st

89

 

1. J van de Merwe

120

2. C Cannings

27

Oulton

1st

80

 

1. J van de Merwe

183

2. K Tandel

27

Adwalton

1st

51

 

1. J van de Merwe

44

2. D Atkinson

18

Cross Bank

1st

61

 

1. J van de Merwe

30

2. D Atkinson

26

Rodley

2nd

64

 

1. J van de Merwe

49

3. J Watling

24

Wakefield SM

2nd

60

 

1. J van de Merwe

161

3. J Watling

29

Gildersome

4th

54*

 

4. D Atkinson

30*

5. T Chapman

25*

Adwalton

6th

63

 

1. J van de Merwe

120

7. J Steel

44

Oulton

8th

55

 

3. J Watling

52

9. A Olbison

39

Windhill

PRIZE WINNERS 2017

    

       

          

       

      

       

Different Rules

In todays game, if the front foot lands a fraction of an inch over the popping crease, a no ball is called.

This picture, circa 1961/2, shows spinner Richie Benaud, when the back foot had to be behind the bowling crease, with the front foot several inches over the line.

Bowlers such as Fred Trueman (shown here as the non striking batsman) because he had a big drag with his back foot, had to land over a foot behind the crease so that he was still behind the crease when he released the ball.

It also looks as though it was OK for the non striker to be on the same side of the wicket as the bowler!

 

 

One of our main aims at ELCC is to make the club as welcoming as possible to members, families, visiting teams and spectators. With the funding help from Recycling & Energy recovery Facility Community Benefit Fund we were able to buy materials to update and upgrade our scorebox with the help of volunteers. We were also able to place bird boxes around the ground to help local wildlife. One of the most pleasing parts of our funding has been able to make our ground look more appealing by creating 3 flower beds and helping trainees with varying disabilities from Paperworks, learn and practice new and exciting work skills.

From everyone at ELCC we would like to thank Leeds City Council, Veolia, Paperworks and all volunteers that have helped start and complete this project and continue to maintain the hard work and effort.     

    

 

The East Leeds Cricket & Social Club, in all its activities, is fully committed to the principles of equality of opportunity in cricket, and to ensuring that its employees, members and all other individuals working or volunteering for East Leeds Cricket & Social Club, and participating in or watching East Leeds Cricket & Social Club’s activities are treated fairly and are able to conduct their activities free from discrimination, harassment or intimidation.