Bill Browning / Averages by Season

Most Runs

50

Highest Score

17

Highest Ave

7.14

Batting

Season P I NO R HS Ave 100 50 M B 4s 6s
Overall Figures 99 94 27 195 17 2.91
1962 10 10 3 9 0 1.29
1961 8 8 3 22 0 4.40
1960 12 12 4 2 2 0.25
1959 7 7 2 6 3 1.20
1958 6 6 4 12 4 6.00
1957 8 8 3 16 4 3.20
1956 8 8 2 13 4 2.17
1955 10 10 3 50 17 7.14
1954 14 11 1 24 11 2.40
1953 8 8 1 16 5 2.29
1952 8 6 1 25 10 5.00

Most Wickets

36

Lowest Ave

6.62

Bowling

Season O M R W Ave BB 5W Econ SR
Overall Figures 1,257.1 117 4,700 246 19.11 3.74 30.66
1962 15.0 0 66 3 22.00 4.40 30.00
1961 155.0 0 581 36 16.14 3.75 25.83
1960 162.0 0 682 26 26.23 4.21 37.38
1959 126.0 0 549 20 27.45 4.36 37.80
1958 135.0 7 449 28 16.04 3.33 28.93
1957 107.0 19 353 17 20.76 3.30 37.76
1956 113.0 17 471 27 17.44 4.17 25.11
1955 160.0 23 620 22 28.18 3.88 43.64
1954 133.0 26 433 22 19.68 3.26 36.27
1953 84.0 10 324 19 17.05 3.86 26.53
1952 67.1 15 172 26 6.62 2.56 15.50

Fielding

Season Ct St Total
Overall Figures 23 23
1959 4 4
1958 5 5
1957 3 3
1956 2 2
1955 4 4
1954 2 2
1953 1 1
1952 2 2

Notes

Unfortunately a lot of the data — almost every year before 1986 in fact — is either missing or unverified. If you are a present or former player, club member or a relative of one and have past scorebooks or any other related items that you would like to give back to the club, please let the webmistress know.

The presence of ‡ next to a name or year indicates that the accuracy of the data cannot be guaranteed. This is because some or all of may be taken from documents distributed at the end of the season rather than scorebooks.

Detailed innings information, i.e. minutes, balls and boundaries, is not always available — especially before 2000 — so the figures presented may be incomplete.