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Sep. 10, 2013

  Stats Report: Game 20, v Gt. Missenden Pelicans (home), September 8

Little Missenden Misfits 136 for 9, off 41 overs (J. Lyne 34, P. Partridge 26, N. Baker 17, T. Devoy 14, S, Francis 12, T. Line 11)

Gt. Missenden Pelicans 137 for 7, off 32 overs (G. Connolly 12-1-45-5; M. Kaye 4-0-15-1; T. Line 7-0-27-1)

Gt. Missenden Pelicans won by 3 wickets

  • James Lyne, skipper for the day, became the second Misfit to pass 300 runs for the season when he top-scored with 34. He now sits second in runs scored this season with 316
  • Tom Devoy (14) and Tom Line (11) both had their highest scores for the club
  • Paul Partridge's 26 left him 57 runs short of becoming only the fifth player in Misfits history to score 3,000 runs for the club
  • George Connolly joined his father Andrew as the only Misfits bowlers this season to record five-wicket hauls when he achieved his best bowling figures for the club (5-45)
  • George Connolly now has 17 wickets this season, fourth-best on the team and his best season total for the club
  • Andrew Connolly was left on 28 wickets and still needs one in the final game to record the best total by any Misfit this century (Lee Quinton, 28 in 2011)
  • Matthew Kaye took his fourth wicket of the season
  • Chris Kaye had a stumping and two catches, tying for the team lead with 8 catches.
  • James Lyne had his eighth catch of the season and is also tied with Paul Kaye for the team lead

Misfits 136 runs for 9 wkts off 41 overs.

  • Bowling Average (Runs per Wkt) 15.111
  • Strike rate (Overs per Wkt) 4.556
  • Run Rate (Runs per Over) 3.317

The Lee 137 runs for 7 wkts off 32 overs.

  • Bowling Average (Runs per Wkt) 19.571
  • Strike rate (Overs per Wkt) 4.571
  • Run Rate (Runs per Over) 4.281

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