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Bowling Averages and Aggregates

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Total Records: 18
 PlayerMATOMRSorted descending. Click again to sort ascending.W5Wi10WmBBIAVE.STR.ECN.
1 Shepherd, Troy3 21 568700 4/42 9.71 18.00 3.24
2 BIELBY, NICHOLAS2 14 261610 6/22 10.17 14.00 4.36
3 Quinlivan, Ryan3 21 383400 3/32 20.75 31.50 3.95
4 Brennan, Liam3 12 166300 2/14 22.00 24.00 5.50
5 Petrie, Robert3 14 167300 2/36 22.33 28.00 4.79
6 Field, Cameron2 6 34200 2/3 2.00 18.00 0.67
7 Lees, Chris3 10 052200 2/17 26.00 30.00 5.20
8 Dowse, Toby3 16 176200 2/22 38.00 48.00 4.75
9 Lakshminarayanan, Dathatharayen3 5 017100 1/17 17.00 30.00 3.40
10 Mckinnon, Jacob2 2 018100 1/18 18.00 12.00 9.00
11 Bushell, Shane2 4 035100 1/8 35.00 24.00 8.75
12 Mustafa, Nurul2 5 217000 0/17 NA NA 3.40
13 Cantwell, Luke2 7 120000 0/20 NA NA 2.86
14 Allan, Chris3 3 021000 0/21 NA NA 7.00
15 Lowe, Tim1 7 026000 0/26 NA NA 3.71
16 McComb, Hayden3 5 039000 0/14 NA NA 7.80
17 Miners, Jason1 6 145000 0/45 NA NA 7.50
18 Van Betuw, Cameron2 10 063000 0/27 NA NA 6.30
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Total Records: 18
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MAT Number of matches played - not including matches where a player was a sub, or matches that didn't commence (eg abandoned matches)
O Number of overs bowled.
M Number of maidens bowled.
R Number of runs conceded.
W Number of wickets taken.
2Wi (If displayed:) Number of times 2-4 wickets taken in an innings.
5Wi Number of times 5 or more wickets taken in an innings.
10Wm Number of times 10 or more wickets taken in a match.
BBI Best bowling in an innings. Determined by the figures when most wickets were taken in an innings. If more than one occasion when that number of wickets are taken, then determined by the least runs conceded.
AVE. Bowling average: Total runs conceded/total number of wickets taken.
STR. Bowling strike rate: Total balls bowled/total number of wickets taken.
ECN. Bowling economy rate: Total runs conceded/total number of overs bowled.

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