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tblrttCs. CRICKET AVERAGES. (See also Page 3.) FRODSHAM C.C. The Frodsham Cricket Club have had, for an entirely new organisation, a most successful initial season. Out of 20 matches played, 11 were won, six lost, and three drawn the total number of runs scored being 1,643 (including extras), for the loss of 167 wickets, shewing an average of 9'83 per wicket. Turning to their opponents' aggregate runs we find the number 1,320 (including extras) for the loss of 194 wickets, shewing an average of 6 80 per wicket-3-3 less than Frodsham. Mr. C. E. Linaker, jun., made the highest number of runs during the season (183), and also captured the greatest number of wickets, namely, 36 at the expense of 226 runs-an average of 6'26 per wicket. This fine all-round athlete has also the distinction of making the highest individual score for his club-73. The highest average in batting was obtained by Mr. E. E. Linaker, who made 155 runs for six innings (once not out), thus securing the capital average of 31. Dr. R. G. Selby for the same number of innings played, totalled 122 runs, with an average of 24 4, while Mr. C. E. Linaker for 12 innings has an average of 18 3, with 103 runs (twice not out). Follow- ing these are Dr. T. J. Selby, with an average of 12-35 for 16 innings, F. Borton 118 for six innings, and F. Ashton 96 for 19 innings. Turning to the bowling average we find that the brunt of the attack has been borne by Mr. C. E. Linaker and Mr. A. Holford, the former of whom has the analysis of 113 overs, 226 runs, and 36 wickets, averaging 6-26 per wicket, and the latter 115 overs, 213 runs, and 31 wickets, averaging 6-87. Mr. E. E. Linaker in 31 overs took 10 wickets for 35 runs, shewing an average of 3*5 per wicket. The hat trick was once performed by Mr. C. E. Linaker. The club is in a prosperous state, both financially and as regards playing members, and next season, with more fixtures, an even better result is anticipated. MOLD C.C. BATTING. No. of Not T'tal Most in inns. out. runs. an inns. A'ges W. Gillespie 19 0 265 38 13 95 J. Popkin 10 0 116 40 1160 A. M. North 15 1 96 .27 6-86 G. Harrison 19 2 92 20 5*41 J. O. Jones. 10 5 21. 7. 4*20 J.Simons 17 0 60 12 353 A. W. Lewis 17 4 44. 8. 3*38 Also batted, but not qualified according to club rules as competitors for the president's (Mr. E. Lloyd, J.P., Hafod) presentation bat:— E. Lewis 4 2 69 .»26 34-50 E. Jones 7 1 88 .24 14 66 L. Maddox 9 0 106 32 11-77 T. M. Dobson. 13 0 133 43 10 23 E. A. Rolfe 5 1 40 .12 10-00 W. S. Williams 2 0 19 19 9'50 J. B. Marston 13 2 64 20 5'82 W. Peters 3 0 17. 9. 5-66 J. P. Adams 6 0 33 20 5 50 W. Harrison 9 1 41 29 5*12 V. Trubshaw 2 0 9. 8. 4*50 C. H. Astbury 7 1 26 19 4.33 J. Whalley 8 1 30 10 4*29 B. Scargill 3 0 11 10 3.66 E. Davies 2 0 6. 5. 3*00 G. H. Bradley 2 0 5 5 2 50 W. Griffiths 5 3 4. 3. 2'00 J. M. Lowesby 8 4 2. 2. 0'50 E. Astbury 4 1 1 1 0'33 -Signifies not out. BOWLING AVERAGES, 1897. Overs. M'd'ns. Runs. Wkts. Avge. G. Harrison. 169*4 31 383 46 8*32 A. M. North 164'3 31 358 42 8'52 J. J. Adams. 44*0 6 121 10 12'10 W. Gillespie 56*0 6 166 9 18*44 Also bowled- E. Lewis 48*3 16 90 14 6*43 E.Jones 15*0 2. 29. 3 9'66 T. Whalley 15 0 2 36 3 12-00 J.Simons. 18*0 0. 73. 4 18-22 A. W. Lewis 22*4 1 83 ? 4150

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