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Post  Steve M on Mon May 03, 2010 8:46 am

Of all the players that have represented the Old Doms down the years Mark Hunt has the smallest hands Wink

I will be be posting stats on here throughout the season - most will probably be of no interest to anybody but myself but it will keep me out of trouble. If anyone has anything they wish me to check out stats wise let me know.

Todays effort then - John Hodgson, Rob Rolls and Kath Adie have between them batted for the Doms 54 times without getting a duck - who will be first! Sad
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let me..

Post  Wear the Helmet on Mon May 03, 2010 3:47 pm

bat with them and I will soon get them run out, ducks are assured!
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Post  Steve M on Tue May 04, 2010 9:13 am

I bet you if Hodgy shouts "run!!!!" you will be up the other end sharpish!! Smile
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Post  Steve M on Tue May 04, 2010 9:17 am

The Old Doms bowlers are bowling well without looking like ripping through a side. Todays stat perhaps demonstrates this:-

It is now eleven consecutive games that an opposition batsman has scored 50 or more runs. In that time there have been 13 50's and 1 100. No
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Post  Pedro on Tue May 04, 2010 12:48 pm

In the last game the guy who got 50 should have been caught behind before he got his 50! Against Bromsgrove XI (the first match of the season) the guy who got 50 was dropped 3 times before we got him out. Where as you are right that the bowlers need to do a bit more, there has to be sufficient help in the field also!
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Post  Steve M on Tue May 04, 2010 3:44 pm

Can't argue with any of the points you make. However this is "stat of the day" and as the Whitehill batsman will be retiring at 25ish it's not one i will be able to use come Friday morning! Smile I do think however that if we had a genuine strike bowler who, on occasion, ripped out the top order or got the odd five wicket haul it would complete what is already a decent bowling attack!
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we never really have..

Post  Wear the Helmet on Tue May 04, 2010 3:52 pm

...had a guinuine strike bowler (although there are some that thought they were). Mark has a point re dropped catches and many of which should be taken. If 50% of those dropped were taken life and stats would be very different. You dont see the team we play drop as many as we do. Catches win matchs and improves bowling stats...
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Post  Steve M on Tue May 04, 2010 4:13 pm

Steve M wrote:The Old Doms bowlers are bowling well without looking like ripping through a side. Todays stat perhaps demonstrates this:-

It is now eleven consecutive games that an opposition batsman has scored 50 or more runs. In that time there have been 13 50's and 1 100. No

Wasn't attempting to be controversial gents. I am just intending to produce a "stat" each day to entertain (or in your case, it would seem, piss off the troops). I have already agreed with the points Mark made and we all know that we are traditionally an ordinary fielding side but i'll play along anyway! What is there in my "stat" that you can argue with? When was the last time we took a side apart Question Question Question
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Short term memory loss...

Post  Wear the Helmet on Wed May 05, 2010 12:37 am

Look you are the Stats man, why ask us mere mortals. In case you cant remember the last players to take a team apart were..

1996 - Last 16-6 and 19-6
2001 - Ed Day 2-7
and more recently...
2007 - Tank 17-5
2008 - Hodgy 23-6

This goes to prove that "us" bowlers regulary take teams apart... elephant
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Re: Stat of the Day

Post  Hodgy on Wed May 05, 2010 4:09 am

And one of those now keeps wicket!!! scratch
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Re: Stat of the Day

Post  Steve M on Wed May 05, 2010 4:24 am

We'll go with Lasty for todays hopefully less controversial stat of the day.

The Old Doms bowlers have taken 5 wickets or more in a match on 17 occasions - Alan Last leading the way by managing to do so on three occasions. Shocked
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Re: Stat of the Day

Post  Steve M on Thu May 06, 2010 3:35 am

Only two Doms have topped the bowling averages for a season more than once. Alan Last on two occasions but the winner is Stuart Rich with three Very Happy
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number of ...

Post  Wear the Helmet on Thu May 06, 2010 5:19 am

Was the qualifying 10 wks rule used in these stats? No
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Post  Steve M on Thu May 06, 2010 6:36 am

No adjustments made Lasty - just the cold hard facts!... but as you posed the question here's the same stat adjusted with the 10 wkt rule:-

Six Doms have topped the seasons bowling averages on more than one occasion. Tony Piper, Alan Rowan, Bob Dyke, Charlie Lyons and Alan Last have all managed the acheivement twice but the clear winner with three is Steve Morris!!! - You were right Lasty!! that is better lol! lol! lol!
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was this..

Post  Wear the Helmet on Thu May 06, 2010 7:21 am

as Jonners would say in the "modern" era of the Doms that you managed to get more than ten wks in a season? scratch
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Post  Steve M on Thu May 06, 2010 7:43 am

1986 - Mervyn Morris
1987 - Tony Piper
1988 - Alan Rowan
1989 - Charlie Lyons
1990 - Alan Rowan
1991 - Bob Dyke
1992 - Bob Dyke
1993 - Mark Oley
1994 - John Bardsley
1995 - Steve Morris
1996 - Alan Last
1997 - Charlie Lyons
1998 - Alan Last
1999 - Tony Piper
2000 - Dave Wright
2001 - Ed Day
2002 - Phil Walshe
2003 - Andy Dyke
2004 - Steve Morris
2005 - Mark Hunt
2006 - Colin Hunt
2007 - Tony Peck
2008 - John Hodgson
2009 - Steve Morris
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Re: Stat of the Day

Post  Steve M on Fri May 07, 2010 8:41 am

TONY PECK -236 APPEARANCES FOR OLD DOMS CC - 1995-2009
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Re: Stat of the Day

Post  Steve M on Sat May 08, 2010 6:40 am

The highest Doms score in 20/20 cricket is 180-7 against Hewell CC at Bromsgrove in 2008.

The highest score against is 196-4 by Open University at Ash Lane in 2006.
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Re: Stat of the Day

Post  Steve M on Sun May 09, 2010 3:44 pm

The highest total of runs scored in an Old Doms match is 538 against Sportsman CC in 2001 - we won! Smile
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Re: Stat of the Day

Post  Steve M on Mon May 10, 2010 8:27 am

Having inspired the bowlers to pull their fingers out and finally 'skittle' a team i thought i would try again with another cold hard bowling stat:-

The last Old Dom to take five wickets in a match was wicketkeeper John Hodgson on 15/6/08 some 61 games ago. In that time the Doms batsman have scored 5 centuries! Very Happy

(hook baited - will just sit back with a cold beer and wait for a passing bowler to bite!) Laughing
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Re: Stat of the Day

Post  Steve M on Tue May 11, 2010 4:09 pm

17 Doms players have made over 100 appearances for the club:-

J Anstey Snr
A Dyke
B Dyke
M Hunt
K Ladha
A Last
C Lyons
H Mattis
S Morris
M Oley
T Peck
T Piper
S Rich
A Rowan
J Vickers
P Walshe
D Wright
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Post  Steve M on Wed May 12, 2010 4:15 pm

The Doms have played 50 games on the Hedges ground at Bromsgrove CC. They have won 28, lost 17, drawn 1 and have had 4 games abandoned.
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Re: Stat of the Day

Post  Steve M on Thu May 13, 2010 4:49 pm

Alan Last - Old Doms Legend - 300 career wickets!! Smile
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Note quite right..

Post  Wear the Helmet on Fri May 14, 2010 6:59 am

300 Doms wicket, plus the hundreds for all the other teams I have played for over the past 50 years!
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Re: Stat of the Day

Post  Steve M on Fri May 14, 2010 8:51 am

Doesn't count and don't care! Very Happy Don't remember you getting many wickets for Monyhull - 'the buffet's open! Last is on!!!' Laughing
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