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Statistics > Players Statistical Highlights for 2011
Sep. 20, 2011Player by player statistical highlights 2011
Nat Baker: Achieved a Misfits career best of 39 not out (v Chorleywood) and was one of only five Misfits players to hit a six during the season.
John Brown: Extended club records in games played (559), runs scored (9,244) wickets (560), overs (2,633.2) and catches (177). Took 10 wickets, one of six Misfits players in double figures.
Andrew Connolly: Went wicketless in his first three games for the Misfits.
Hugh Connor: Played only three games this season, scoring 39 runs, leaving him on 8,992 career runs for the club. His two wickets were taken at a strike rate of one per 18 balls, joint second-best in the club.
Don Crawford: Played two games to reach 362 all-time, third most in club history. His 4 catches gave him 143, strengthening his position as second all-time.
Sam Francis: Able to play only 2 games, remains 16th in club records with 124 games played. Had one duck, giving him 35 all-time, tying him in third place.
Zed Girnary: Scored his first runs for the club, averaging 5.0 over four innings (including two not outs). His two dismissals were first-ballers; the only player to get two golden ducks this season.
Mark Hallam: Took a career best 21 wickets (second on the team) to take his career total for the club to 56. His 94 overs was the second-highest total bowled. Captained in two games.
Chris Kaye: Kept wicket in four games, taking two catches and a stumping
Paul Kaye: Shared in highest fourth-wicket partnership of season (67) v Chesham. Finished the season on 935 career runs for the club, and was the only Misfit to have two unassisted run-outs during the season.
Bob Lambert: One of four Misfits outfielders to take three catches in an innings, finishing season with 4.
Malcolm Lambert: Took 3 wickets at an average of 15 in his two games.
Alan Lever: Led the team with 8 catches, including being one of four outfielders to take three in one match. Tied for most ducks in season (3).
Matt Line: Played one game, increasing his career wicket total to 132 and remaining ninth all-time.
James Lyne: Led the team in runs scored (585), batting average (39.0) and half-centuries (5) – also had three further scores in the 40s. Was involved in the highest partnerships for the first, second, third, fifth, sixth and seventh wickets. Shared in nine of the 10 top partnerships of the season, including the only century stand of the season (134) with Paul Partridge. Scored most fours in the season (52).
Freddie Owen: Scored 166 runs (third most on team) and took 13 wickets (fourth most). One of only five players to score a half-century. Shared in highest eighth and ninth wicket partnerships of the season.
Paul Partridge: Finished third on the team with 216 runs. Has 2,532 career runs and needs nine more to go fourth all-time for the Misfits. Shared in top partnership of the year with James Lyne (134). Had 4 catches at the Bank of England, most in a single game by anyone this season, and finished tied for second with 7 catches and joint leader with 2 stumpings.
Norman Partridge: Took 3 wickets, finishing joint second in bowlers’ strike rate with a wicket every 18 balls. His one duck of the season saw him tie Don Crawford with most in club history (36).
Lee Quinton: Took 28 wickets, the most by any Misfits player in a season this century, and led the team with 130 overs bowled. Finished second with 384 runs, including a team-high 8 sixes. Had two 50s, including the highest single innings of the season (95). Shared highest fourth-wicket partnership (67).
David Tossell: Finished sixth in runs scored with 115. Averaged 21.0 batting at number four and 6.0 in all other positions. Captained the team in three games, winning one. Tied for team lead with 2 stumpings.
Marius van Zyl: Finished third in the club with 19 wickets, including two of the season’s three 5-wicket hauls, including season-best 5-21. His bowling average of 10.67 was the best of anyone playing more than one game.
Andy Williams: Kept wicket in three games, achieving all three of his dismissals in one game.
Guy Young: Led the team in 13 games in his first season as captain, winning three. Finished fifth in runs scored (118), achieving his highest innings for the Misfits (24). Moved into the top 40 in club history with 321 career runs.
Will Young: Took 10 wickets in 10 games, tied for fifth place on the team.
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