• BATSMEN
    R
    B
    M
    4s
    6s
    SR
    lbw b Rushworth
    114
    217
    248
    13
    0
    52.53
    c Collingwood b Borthwick
    36
    124
    185
    4
    0
    29.03
    c & b Borthwick
    2
    10
    9
    0
    0
    20.00
    b Hastings
    106
    204
    305
    12
    0
    51.96
    b Hastings
    6
    26
    31
    0
    0
    23.07
    c MacLeod b Stokes
    25
    44
    60
    5
    0
    56.81
    c MacLeod b Rushworth
    44
    61
    73
    8
    0
    72.13
    c †Mustard b Hastings
    37
    55
    72
    6
    0
    67.27
    b Stokes
    21
    24
    46
    3
    0
    87.50
    c †Mustard b Hastings
    10
    25
    28
    2
    0
    40.00
    not out
    0
    1
    3
    0
    0
    0.00
    Extras
    20 (b 4, lb 12, nb 4)
    TOTAL
    421 all out (131.3 Overs, RR: 3.2)
    Fall of wickets: 1-138 (LM Reece, 47.5 ov), 2-142 (UT Khawaja, 49.5 ov), 3-174 (PJ Horton, 64.3 ov), 4-196 (SJ Croft, 72.4 ov), 5-250 (AL Davies, 86.4 ov), 6-316 (TC Smith, 104.5 ov), 7-380 (SD Parry, 120.6 ov), 8-393 (AG Prince, 124.1 ov), 9-417 (TE Bailey, 130.5 ov), 10-421 (G Chapple, 131.3 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEconWDNB
    C Rushworth2757222.6600
    JW Hastings2897842.7800
    SG Borthwick49615823.2200
    BA Stokes24.328323.3802
    RS Buckley20904.5000
    PD Collingwood10505.0000

Match Notes

Lancashire 4th innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st5PJ HortonLM Reece
2nd15PJ HortonUT Khawaja
3rd2AG PrincePJ Horton
4th9AG PrinceSJ Croft
5th5AG PrinceAL Davies
6th43TC SmithAL Davies
7th0TC SmithSD Parry
8th10G ChappleTC Smith
9th1TC SmithTE Bailey
10th17TC SmithSC Kerrigan
  • Smith, Kerrigan heroes for Lancashire

    Lancashire's one-wicket win was one of the finishes of this or any other season, not least because there were only two balls left in the contest

  • Prince earns Lancashire a rare lead

    Like Frank Watson and Harry Pilling from earlier eras in Lancashire's history, Ashwell Prince's skills are not those to delight cricket's aesthete. But who cares?

  • Horton at heart of solid Lancashire day

    Lancashire's batsmen have had a thin time this season. This, therefore, was the sort of day their supporters have had little chance to enjoy although it was no surprise at all that a Paul Horton hundred was at the heart of the home side's effort

  • MacLeod and Hastings turn the tables

    Unless Lancashire win a couple more games their chances of avoiding relegation are approximately zippo deluxe