Awards and Records

PLAYER’S PLAYER AWARDS 2016

The awards for 2016 were presented by John Snow  on Thursday 20th November as follows:
 
1st Xl:
Batsman   –   Kingsley Morris
Bowler     –    Matt Stone
Fielder     –    Matt Stone
 
2nd Xl:
Batsman   –   Luke Martin
Bowler     –    Garion Gilchrist
Fielder     –   Garion Gilchrist
 
Dan Earp Cup for Most Improved Player  –  Brian Clemenson
Trevor Warburton Cup for the most runs in the season   –   Kingsley Morris

BOLNEY CRICKET CLUB RECORDS

First Recorded Game: v Cowfold 1840

Print Machine Champions 1984 & 1985

Stoner League Runners-up 2015

Highest Team Totals:

369-4 v Colemans Hatch, 2014

301-3 v Staplefield, 2010

301-5  2nd X1 v Cowfold & L/Beeding 2s, 2015

Highest Individual Score:

179  : James Flower v Colemans Hatch, 2014

174  : James Flower v Streat & Westmeston, 2014

160*: Terry Sayers v Shrublands Nomads, 1994

149  : Ron Connor v APV Crawley, 1960

141  : Rob Bowles v Holmbush Park, 1995

140*: Jack Collins v Brook House, 2009

135*: Jack Collins v Brighton and Hove II 2009

134   : Rory Delves v Turners Hill, 2012

132*: Rob Bowles v Horsham Trinity, 1996

132*: Steve Bowles v Lewes Priory, 1998

131   : Dean Hamilton v Roffey lll, 2011

129  : James Flower v Palmers, 2007

Opponents’ Highest Score: 384 -2 by Glynde (Villages Cup), 2001.

Most Runs in a Season: 1,680 by Trevor Warburton, 1971.

Most Sixes in an Over: Six by Rob Bowles v Lancing Manor, 1992.

Most Sixes in a Season: 49 in 34 innings by James Flower, 2009.

Longest Duck: Clive Bunce, 96 minutes v East Grinstead III, 1999.

Highest Partnerships:

244: James Flower (179) and Rory Delves (49*) for fourth wicket v Colemans Hatch, 2014.

219: Jeremy Bushell (102*) and Kingsley Morris (104*) for first wicket v Coleman’s Hatch 2016.

212: Rob Bowles (141) and Tim Lynch (71*) for fourth wicket v Holmbush Park, 1995.

212: Trevor Warburton (106) and Ian Jarrett (93) for first wicket v Rudgwick, 1975.

210: Rory Delves (106*) and Himal (94*) for third wicket v Staplefield, 2007.

209: Trevor Warburton (104*) and Alan Jones (101*) for first wicket v Vic Ransom’s XI, 1971.

204: John Moore (62*) and Jack Collins (135*) for second wicket v Brighton & Hove II, 2009.

204 : Dean Hamilton (108) and Luke Martin (92*) for Second X1 v Keymer & Hassocks lll, 2014.

Youngest Centurion:

Rory Delves in 2007 (104 n.o.) against Lewes Priory age 16 yrs. 10m. 5 days

Latest Season Finish: October 21st, 2007.

Best Bowling:

9-13: Roland Ayres v Cuckfield II, 1952.                                                                             

9-18: Max Dudley v Cuckfield, 1937.

9-26: Bill Packham v Balcombe, 1939.

9-27: Alan Jones v Hurstpierpoint, 1967.

9-40: Roland Ayres v Scaynes Hill, 1950.

9-50: George Payne Senior in first innings v Twineham, 1912.

9-53:  Tom Pickworth v Edenbridge 2012

9-55: Peter Prior v Keymer and Hassocks, 1959.

9-62: F. Mason in second innings v Twineham, 1912.

Most Wickets in a Season: 138, Bill Wood in 1969.

Most Wickets for no runs: C. Helmsley, 7-0 v CVA Portslade (four all out), 1939; Gerry Gilbert, 6-0 in 3.2 overs v West Hoathly (13 all out) in National Villages Cup, 1976.

Hatricks:

George Payne Sen. v Reigate Police, 1911. (6 wickets for 3 runs, visitors all out for 10.)

Bill Packham v Central Electricity Board, 1932. (5 for 2, visitors all out for 5.)

Bob Woodland v Balcombe, 1935 (5-5)

Bill Packham v Staplefield, 1936. (6-13)

Dion Bromilow v Horsham Trinity in 1973 (5-22) and v Shoreham in 1979 (6-18).

Arthur Dean v Manley Tile Co., Storrington, 1936. (3–2)

  1. Hemsley v CVA Portslade, 1939. (7-0, visitors all out for 4.)

Stan Watson v Handcross, 1946. (3-2); Cyril Lucas in second innings of same match. (4-10)

Charlie Batchelor v Brighton Stragglers, 1951. (6-19)

Robbie Ridsdale v Cousley Wood, 1967. (3-19)

Clive Bunce v Henfield, 1999 (3-24)

James Flower v Palmers, 2009. (3-5)

Jack Collins v Streat & Westmeston, 2015. (5-41)

Youngest to take 5 wickets: All aged 14

Jamie Bowles 5-13 v St.James Montefiore 2013

Tom Flower 5-38 v Southwick 1996

Jack Collins 5-40 v Edenbridge ll 2001