Monday, June 15, 2009

Any scorelines I should know about?

Ok, so everyone knows about the Lillee c Willey b Dilley scoreline. How many folks have heard of the Lamb c Kourie b Rice? (an oldie but goldie from South Africa's domestic competition) Are there any other scorelines out there that I should know about? Like, for instance, a Smith c Smith b Smith or perhaps a Ram c Sita b Laxman? You get the drift, I hope.


Blogger Megha said...

English domestic scene...I know of a Mustard and Onions....not quite sure if there was a Lamb in there somewhere...

6:13 PM  
Blogger David Barry said...

Lee c: Lee b: Lee, all brothers.

9:06 PM  
Blogger Suhas said...

I'm not sure if this qualifies, but I do remember a World series game down under which had:
Afridi c Blewett b Warne

which inspired the banner "We Warned you, but we're Afridi you Blewett"

9:51 PM  
Blogger Jaunty Quicksand said...

This is not what you are asking for, but there is a scorecard of 5 Crowe's in a team, with one of them named Russell (yes, THAT one).

(By the way, I don't know how to hyperlink text in a comment, so excuse the above cut and paste job)

9:59 PM  
Blogger Samir Chopra said...

Megha: Thats a start - I look forward to the Burger c Mustard b Onions scorelines!

David: Thanks very much - fantastic - just what I was looking for.

Suhas: Doesn't qualify :) but I love it anyway!

JQ: Thanks very much! No worries about the cut and paste!

10:50 PM  
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11:40 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

Megha & Samir ...
How's about this one (from an English County Match between Kent and Durham not too far back in time, 19SEP07):
SJ Cook c†Mustard b Onions 3

Catch me @ Cover Points

11:43 PM  
Blogger Samir Chopra said...

Gokul, thanks very much - thats a very good example and one of the kind I had in mind. Cheers!

8:55 AM  
Anonymous Kaustubh said...

Hey Samir, nice to find a blog on cricket
This is a little raunchy one & a little unrelated too.
while commentating during ENG WI test of late 70s (probably Botham's first series as captain)
"Bowler's Holding, Batsman's Willey"
(MA Holding & P Willey)

5:12 AM  
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5:52 AM  

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