This page provides immediate access to the latest results for season 2020. 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.
My apologies for the lack of a report for this game, but Ricky did offer to write one so there is still hope that something will appear
Statistical Notes: Danny’s 3 for 40 was his best ever bowling for the club, having never previously taken more than one wicket in a game. It also featured something that doesn’t show up in the statistics in a delivery that cut a mile off the pitch – right arm over the wicket angled across the batsman, pitching on leg and hitting the top of leg stump – that completely bamboozled the recipient.
With his second fifty in two weeks, Darrell joins Andy Parker, Adrian Cowell and Simon Fox in thirteenth place on the list of Badgers who have reached scores of fifty or more, all of them having done so ten times. Jake, who took just 33 balls to notch up his 30th half century for the club, joins an even more elite group on that list, this time in fifth place, as he is now tied with Brian Moore and Dave Tickner.
Part way through his unbeaten innings Darrell also passed his Great Uncle Allan Butt into 15th place on the all-time run scoring charts, finishing 22 beyond him on 2,435. Vinny provided a very tidy spell of bowling, especially in the context of two half century partnerships for the first two wickets, but when the third ball of his sixth over was hit for four he passed Graham Davenport into 17th place on the all-time runs allowed list.Back to index of results
Current record: 3 wins, 4 losses, 0 draws
The current season’s results are arranged in reverse chronological order, to make it easier to find the most recent games.
|13 Sep vs. Horsley & Send (A)||Won by 5 wickets|
|Horsley 180 for 6||(D Glover 3-40)|
|Badgers 181 for 5||(DJ Pitts 59 no., J Gordon 53)|
|6 Sep vs. Ottershaw (H)||Won by 3 wickets|
|Ottershaw 96 all out||(A Gordon 4-38, V Cibardo 3-24, RD Knew 3-11, J Gordon 3 ct.)|
|Badgers 98 for 7|
|30 Aug vs. Blindley Heath (A)||Won by 1 run|
|Badgers 130 for 5||(DJ Pitts 56)|
|Blindley Heath 129 for 5|
|23 Aug vs. Woodmansterne (A)||Lost by 8 runs|
|Woodmansterne 108 all out||(V Cibardo 4-18)|
|Badgers 100 all out||(J Gordon 48)|
|16 Aug vs. Old Wimbledonians (A)||Lost by 116 runs|
|Wimbledonians 211 for 4|
|Badgers 95 all out|
|15 Aug vs. Tadworth (A)||Lost by 26 runs|
|Tadworth 142 for 6||(B Jenkins 3-13)|
|Badgers 116 all out||(B Jenkins 42)|
|26 Jul vs. Newdigate (A)||Lost by 32 runs|
|Newdigate 171 all out||(M Gordon 3-17)|
|Badgers 139 all out||(J Gordon 49)|