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Statistics > Match Stats vs George Orwell
Sep. 18, 2011
Stats Update (vs George Orwell)
Little Missenden Misfits 149 for 8 (J. Lyne 49, L.Quinton 27, G. Young 23no), George Orwell 150 for 3 (G. Connolly 2-26). George Orwell won by 7 wickets
- Misfits finished the season with a loss, giving them a season record of Won 4, Drawn 5, Lost 9. A further three games were cancelled because of rain, all away games - proving that it never rains in Little Missenden.
- Andrew and George Connolly became the seventh father-son combination to play for the Misfits this season after Guy and Will Young, Norman and Paul Partridge, Paul and Chris Kaye, Roddy and Xavier Owen, Bob and Malcom Lambert, Matt and Tom Line
- George Connolly became the 38th player to represent the Misfits this season, including 14 who played only one game. James Lyne played the most games (16)
- James Lyne (49) missed out by one run on scoring his sixth half-century of the season, but passed 1,000 career runs for the Misfits on his way to finishing the season with a team-high 585 runs
- Lee Quinton hit two sixes in his 27, finishing the season with 8 of the Misfits' 12 maximums this year, with no one else having hit more than one
- George Connolly's six made him the fifth Misfit to clear the ropes this season
- Having begun the season with two scores in the 20s, Guy Young (23 not out) finished the season by reaching that landmark again, becoming the sixth Misfits player to top 100 runs for the season
- Lee Quinton went wicketless for only the second time this season but finished the year as the leading wicket taker with 28
- Mark Hallam took his 21st wicket of the season, finishing second on the team.
- Lastly, Alan Lever was the forth member of the 'golden duck club' this season.
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