Premier Division Records

E.C.B. PREMIER DIVISION

(Formerly Division One A & Division One – Section “A”)

BATTING:

Highest Team Score

380 for 7 – Longton v Checkley – 2004

Lowest Team Score

13 all out  – Sneyd v Norton –  1963

Individual Score

1408 runs – K.J.Barnett – Checkley – 2004

Best Average

102.17 – R.Kumar – Caverswall – 2000

Highest Score

215 runs – I.Carr – Moddershall – 2003

Fastest Century

45 mins (50 balls) – S.Afridi – Little Stoke – 2004

 

HIGHEST WICKET PARTNERSHIPS:

1st Wicket

Wood Lane 269* – D.Brierley & R.Hassett v Burslem – 2013

2nd Wicket

Audley 255 – D.O’Callaghan & T.P.Singh v Porthill Park – 2003

3rd Wicket

Knypersley 237 – Q.Abbas & P.Goodwin v Little Stoke – 2006

4th Wicket

Little Stoke 215* – A.Butters & T.Ecclestone v Elworth – 1995

5th Wicket

Audley 187 – A.Thomas & D.Bedson v Meir Heath – 2007

6th Wicket

Porthill Park 210 –  M.Hole & D.Cotton v Betley – 2005

7th Wicket

Porthill Park 142* – M.Mott & N.Gallimore v Elworth – 1994

8th Wicket

Nantwich 123* – A.Newton & R.Wilson v Longton – 1993

9th Wicket

Little Stoke 166 – J.Ecclestone & G.Morris v Longton – 2014

10th Wicket

Checkley 93 – A.Carr & C. Price v Longton – 2003

* Denotes unbeaten

 

BOWLING:

Most Wickets in a Season

A.Clarke (Longton) (26 matches) 104 – 1996

Garfield S. Sobers (Norton) (22 matches) 97 – 1964

I. Tahir (Norton-in-Hales) (22 matches) 104 – 2002

Best Average

A.B.Jackson (Knypersley) 7.24 – 1970

All Ten Wickets in an Innings

R.T.De Ville (Longton) 10 for 37 v Leek – 1969

I.Pearson (Leek) 10 for 47 v Elworth – 2000

A.Johnson (Audley) 10 for 32 v Caverswall – 2003

R.Shafayat (Barlaston) 10 for 41 v Porthill Park – 2003

 

FIELDING:

Best Fielding

P.R.Harvey (Stone) 23 catches (26 matches) – 1980

M.Grimley (Knypersley) 21 catches (22 matches) – 1982

Wicket Keeping

A.Coxon (Longton) 44 dismissals (22ct, 22st) – 1970

Most Victims in a Match

K.P.Moore (Norton) 8 (5ct, 3st) v Great Chell – 1980

 

YOUNGEST CENTURY MAKER:

L.Banks (Hem Heath) 103 v Burslem (Aged 14 years 109 days) – 2013