Bath v Frocester
West of England Premier League 2006
VenueNorth Parade, Bath on 20th May 2006 (1-day single innings match)
Balls per over6
TossFrocester won the toss and decided to field
ResultMatch drawn (winning draw to Bath)
PointsBath 25 (Batting 5, Bowling 3); Frocester 7 (Batting 1, Bowling 3)

Bath inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
SM Priscottc Trainor b Cave20      
SC Depledgec Trainor b EA Bressington13      
TE Hankinsc EA Bressington b Trainor51      
RJH Lettc Robson b AN Bressington81      
+S Coateslbw b AN Bressington8      
JRA Campbellb AN Bressington7      
J Greenb Gannon11      
TP Staytnot out26      
*J Brownnot out3      
J Dorgandid not bat      
SA Gwilliamdid not bat      
Total(7 wickets, innings closed, 55 overs)242
Fall of wickets:
1-?, 2-?, 3-?, 4-?, 5-?, 6-?, 7-?
Frocester bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Gannon12   2581--
AN Bressington16   2593--
Cave6   0181--
EA Bressington5   2151--
Church4   1280--
Trainor12   0511--

Frocester inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
*NJ Trainorrun out48      
EA Bressingtonc Hankins b Stayt1      
AS Robsonc Coates b Hankins26      
AN Bressingtonb Stayt14      
A Davisc Coates b Brown2      
M Graylbw b Gwilliam2      
+LC Geggb Dorgan1      
D Geldenhuysnot out30      
BW Gannonnot out0      
R Cavedid not bat      
P Churchdid not bat      
Total(7 wickets, innings closed, 55 overs)136
Fall of wickets:
1-?, 2-?, 3-?, 4-?, 5-?, 6-?, 7-?
Bath bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Dorgan10   2191--
Stayt14   6282--
Gwilliam11   4361--
Hankins6   0371--
Brown9   641--
Priscott6   270--

--> The first innings of the match was limited to 55 overs; the total overs for both teams was limited to 110 overs
--> The overs in the bowling analyses for the Frocester innings add to 56
--> Extras breakdown not available for the Bath innings
--> Extras breakdown not available for the Frocester innings





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