This page provides immediate access to the latest results for season 2022. The above links, and the navigation bar at the top of the screen, also make it possible to get at the running results and match reports for the other seasons since this web site has been in existence, as well as the results for the seasons back to 1959. Seasons prior to 1984 do not include information about individual performances since full scorebook details have not (yet??) been input to the database for those years.
The match reports page makes it possible to see the reports from all games in the current season, not just the current one in the section below. To get at the reports you can either select the link in the menu at the top of the page, or indeed in the text above, or click on the date and opponent details in the results table below, which should be a hyperlink directly to the report for that game.
Statistical Notes: When Mark castled the home opening bat in the final over of his first spell he recorded his 500th wicket for the Badgers, a list in which he is already in third place all-time and on which he stands very little chance of catching the leading pair, who despite Mark adding number 501 in his second spell are still 441 and 464 ahead of him. To be fair both Alan Tickner and top dog Brian Moore bowled a lot more overs than Mark has done, and probably will in his lifetime given the shift to limited overs cricket, but equally both have far better strike rates. Hopefully Mark will take many more for us, irrespective of the impregnability of the position of the top two in the list.
This was Jake’s 39th score of 50 or more in 155 innings which lifted his ratio to better than 25%. Only three Badgers are above him in that regard – Darren Hanley (27.1%), David Aldwinckle (27.3%) and the remarkable Pat Redding (36.7%) – but at the rate he’s going he may well move past at least two of them, if not all three.
Darrell joined Wardy on 243 games played for the club, tied for either eleventh or twelfth place on that list (see the discussion on the subject in the notes for the Beechwood game two weeks ago for more detail on their standing in relation to Barry Passmore and Richard Kemp).Back to index of results
Current record: 1 win, 1 loss, 1 draw
The current season’s results are arranged in reverse chronological order, to make it easier to find the most recent games.
|8 May vs. Ham & Petersham (A)||Lost by 21 runs|
|Ham 216 for 6|
|Badgers 195 for 6||(J Gordon 60, M Goldfinch 38 no.)|
|1 May vs. Thames Ditton (A)||Won by 3 wickets|
|Thames Ditton 223 for 2|
|Badgers 224 for 7||(J Gordon 155)|
|24 Apr vs. Beechwood (A)||Match Drawn|
|Beechwood 183 for 5 dec.|
|Badgers 180 for 8||(I Estall 51)|