September 25th 2017

2017 Record Performances

by Dave Hurrell

2017 was another vintage year for the Club and along the way an number of records were broken..........



Pos. Name Score Team Opposition League Venue Date
1 Hammond, C 141 4th XI Lymington IV RD3SW Pennington 17/6/17
3 Kavanagh, H 137 4th XI Bashley V RD3SW Pennington 13/05/17

Chris Hammond's sweet revenge for Chris Tollerfield's mammoth innings in the corresponding fixture in 2016 overhauls a record that was only set in 2015 - Pete Bennet's 124 v Bashley V at Milford.

Hammy Kavanagh's amazing ton on senior debut finally knocks off one of the  two record scores that was set on the same day back in 2010 - big Barry Jones' 128 not out against North Baddersley in an unbeaten 271 run partnership with Alex Hall whose 168 not out at number two is still a record.

TEAM Record Position Score:

Pos. Name Score Team Opposition League Venue Date
7 Grasham, J 63 1st XI Basingstoke & NH III CD2S Castlefields 24/6/17
8 Morris, C 66 3rd XI Beaulieu RD2SW Beaulieu 12/8/17


League Batting OVERALL CLUB RECORD partnerships:

Team Wicket P/Ship Bat 1 Bat 2 Oppo   Venue Date
4th XI 3rd 221 Hammond, C Baughan, J * Lymington IV RD3SW JF 17/06/17
1st XI 6th 115 Noble, T Steadman, D Fair Oak II CD2S Penno 08/07/17

 * also with Matt Bramwell as Chris Hammond retired hurt to technically no wicket fell

Chris Hammond has beating his own record for the 3rd wicket stand - his previous best being a stand of 195 with Dave Marshall set up at Hyde for Sway II back in 2014.

The Noble/Steadman partnership is 2 runs better than another 2014 partnership - that of Vito Falso and Pete Bennet for the 3rd v Pylewell at Milford.


TEAM Record Partnerships:

Team Wicket P/Ship Bat 1 Bat 2 Oppo   Date Venue
1st XI 5th 114 Hall, A Marshall, O Bramshaw CD2S 06/05/17 Bramshaw
3rd XI 7th 89 Metcalfe, J Morris, J Beaulieu RD2SW 12/08/17 Beaulieu
4th XI 5th 83 Smith, Clive Baughan, C Burley II RD3SW 12/08/17 Pennington

Oscar Marshall is another to beat his own record - beating his partnership of 102* with Adam Clark against Hambledon back in 2002.

The all ex-New Milton partnership between Morris & Metcalfe beats a record of 86* set way back in 2001 by Dave Hurrell and Charlie Smith against New Milton IV at Fernhill.

Finally the mature partnership between Clive Smith and Chris Baughan for the 4ths, beats a more youthful partnership of 71 set by James Marshall and Niall Gallagher against Christchurch back in 2014.