Randwick Petersham Cricket

Milestone Targets Season 2018-19

Statistics don’t always tell the full story but they go a long way in determining the performance of cricketers in terms of their playing record, their consistency, their dedication and their commitment to the club and to their teams.  Statistics also provide a measure of incentive for players to achieve certain goals and milestones. They also create a great level of interest for followers of the game and of the club.

Life Member and former CEO Ray Stafford has spent countless hours in putting together a complete list of all statistics for all players in all grades since Randwick Petersham started in 2001. This has given us an opportunity to identify a number of milestones and to raise a number of targets which otherwise would never have been possible.

With those points in mind, there are certain milestones which could be achieved by a number of players this season. 

The following is a list of prospective milestones for current players prior to round 1 of this season which are sure to be followed with interest as the summer rolls on.

Lyall Gardner

Club Historian

 

Thanks to Club Historian Lyall Gardner pictured here between Mike Whitney and Josh Hazlewood

CLUB MILESTONES

GAMES—GRADES 1-5 and METRO CUP

275 Games: David Bourke 260

250 Games: Rod Stafford 248; Matthew Hilder 239; Nigil Singh 236; Adam Semple 233;

225 Games:  John McLoughlin 222

200 Games: John Stewart 195; Anthony Sams 169

150 Games: Tom Holland 129; Kushaal Ram 125;

125 Games: Neale Crawford 124; Fabian Heaton 123; Shaun Eaton 121; Charith De Silva 116; Daniel Sams 116; Soumil Chhibber 110

100 Games: Jake Scicluna 96; Adam Lee 94; Ben Stares 94; Jeremy Jastrzab 93; Cameron Fowler 92; Sean Rushton 87; Andrew Sprowls 83; Nathan Stares 80

 

RUNS—Grades 1-5

6,500 Runs:  John McLoughlin 6,226  

5,500 Runs: Adam Semple 5,209; David Bourke 5,024   

4,500 Runs: Matthew Hilder 4,431, Anthony Sams 4,300

4,000 Runs:  Rod Stafford 3,709

3,000 Runs: Fabian Heaton 2,855; Daniel Sams 2,799;

2,500 Runs: Tom Holland 2,485; Shaun Eaton 2,465; Kushaal Ram 2,125

2,000 Runs: Jake Scicluna 1,984; Ben Stares 1,954; Alex Kemp 1,891

1,500 Runs: Soumil Chhibber 1,440; Jack Lyle 1,258; Matthew Everett 1,224

1,000 Runs: Ashley Burton 997; Jaya Murdita 976; Gabe Budwee 907; Rav de Silva 880; Nigil Singh 862; Nathan

                      Stares 844; Savio Gracias Flor 830; Jackson Eldridge 753; Jason Sangha 747; Andrew Sprowls 719;

 

WICKETS—Grades 1-5

500 Wickets: Nigil Singh 492 (feature image is number 500 – well done Nigil!)

450 Wickets: Rod Stafford 436

300 Wickets: Adam Semple 277

225 Wickets: Daniel Sams 212

150 Wickets: Gabe Budwee 142; Cameron Fowler 132

125 Wickets: Nick Warren 118; Andrew Sprowls 113

100 Wickets: Nathan Stares 94; Kushaal Ram 91; Soumil Chhibber 83; Kyriakos Tsalikidis 65; Jaya Murdita 59

 

WICKETKEEPING—Grades 1-5                      

325 Dismissals: Anthony Sams 301

175 Dismissals: Fabian Heaton 158

50 Dismissals: Kaoser Ahmed 44; Kel Mullins 38; Edward House 35; Matthew Everett 34; Dylan Powell 26

 

1st Grade Captain and Wicket Keeper Anthony Sams

 

CATCHES—Grades 1-5

130 Catches: Matthew Hilder 127

125 Catches: John McLoughlin 121; Rodney Stafford 115

100 Catches: Adam Semple 72

 

GRADES and METROPOLITAN CUP MILESTONES

1st Grade

250 Games: Adam Semple 232

175 Games: Anthony Sams 169

125 Games: Daniel Sams 116; Soumil Chhibber 106; Shaun Eaton 104

100 Games: Jake Scicluna 80

5,250 Runs: Adam Semple 5,085

4,500 Runs: Anthony Sams 4,300

3,000 Runs: Daniel Sams 2,799

2,000 Runs: Shaun Eaton 1,992; Alex Kemp 1,891; Jake Scicluna 1,653;

1,500 Runs: Soumil Chhibber 1,385

1,000 Runs: Jason Sangha 693

225 Innings: Adam Semple 224

175 Innings: Anthony Sams 163

125 Innings: Daniel Sams 109; Shaun Eaton 103

50 not outs:  Adam Semple 44; Soumil Chhibber 26

300 Wickets: Adam Semple 275

250 Wickets: Daniel Sams 212

150 Wickets: Nick Warren 108

325 Wicketkeeping Dismissals: Anthony Sams 301

75 catches: Adam Semple 71; Daniel Sams 51

 

2nd Grade

125 games: Rod Stafford 117; John McLoughlin 112

4,000 Runs: John McLoughlin 3,612

2,000 Runs: Rodney Stafford 1,503

1,000 Runs: Matthew Everett 945; Tom Holland 665; Matthew Calder 535

125 innings: John McLoughlin 122

250 Wickets: Rodney Stafford 232

200 Wickets: James Tyson 196

5 wickets in an innings 10 times: Rod Stafford 9

75 catches: John McLoughlin 70; Rod Stafford 58

 

3rd Grade

150 games: Nigil Singh 141

75 games: Ben Stares 64

1,500 Runs: Ben Stares 1,478

1,000 Runs: Jack Lyle 998; Rod Stafford 994

750 Runs: John McLoughlin 724; Kushaal Ram 702; Fabian Heaton 583; Nigil Singh 536;

100 innings: Nigil Singh 91

50 not outs: Nigil Singh 44

275 Wickets: Nigil Singh 260

100 Wickets: Rod Stafford 79

50 Wicketkeeping Dismissals: Fabian Heaton 43;

75 catches: Nigil Singh 53

 

4th Grade

200 games:  David Bourke 181

50 games: Gabe Budwee 46; Jaya Murdita 45

4,000 Runs: David Bourke 3,685

1,500 Runs:  Fabian Heaton 1,440

1,000 Runs: Jaya Murdita 745

500 Runs: Ben Stares 439; Tom Holland 436; Gabe Budwee 396

185 innings: David Bourke 184

50 innings: Jaya Murdita 46

75 Wickets: Gabe Budwee 71; Nigil Singh 53; Andrew Sprowls 43

50 Wickets: Kyriakos Tsalikidis 42

100 Wicketkeeping Dismissals: Fabian Heaton 86

50 catches: David Bourke 29

 

5th Grade

100 games: Matthew Hilder 89; Cameron Fowler 82

2,500 Runs: Matthew Hilder 2,330

1,000 Runs: David Bourke 937; Fabian Heaton 832; Tom Holland 757

750 Runs: Nathan Stares 533; Neale Crawford 580; Savio Gracias Flor 489; Andrew Sprowls 479

75 innings: Cameron Fowler 59

25 not outs: Cameron Fowler 23

125 Wickets: Cameron Fowler 121; Nigil Singh 102

100 Wickets: Nicholas Saady 77

75 Wickets: Andrew Sprowls 52; Nathan Stares 51; Gabe Budwee 51

50 Wicketkeeping Dismissals: Ed House 30; Fabian Heaton 29

 

5th Grade Skipper Fabian ‘Fabs’ Heaton wiht the master Richard Chee Quee at the Season Launch at Suttons City

 

Metropolitan Cup

200 games: John Stewart 188

125 games: Charith De Silva 116

100 games: Jeremy Jastrzab 92; Adam Lee 90; Neale Crawford 82

75 games: Alexis Coovre 72; Bala Mohan 64; Sean Rushton 56

2,000 Runs: Neale Crawford 1,861

1,500 Runs: Adam Lee 1,239; Sean Rushton 1,075

1,000 Runs: John Stewart 887; Bala Mohan 843

750 Runs: Alexis Coovre 718; Jeremy Jastrzab 501

100 Wickets: Charith De Silva 89

75 Wickets: Alexis Coovre 59

50 Wicketkeeping Dismissals: Jeremy Jastrzab 31

50 catches: John Stewart 43

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