Is this a record number of ducks?

Is this a record number of ducks?

Post by K.S. » Tue, 09 Mar 1999 04:00:00


In the recently concluded test match between WI and Australia, there are
12 ducks with one of them a not score. Does anybody know if this is a
record in a test match with four completed innings? Aslam?

-- Srinivas

 
 
 

Is this a record number of ducks?

Post by K.S. » Tue, 09 Mar 1999 04:00:00

Quote:

> In the recently concluded test match between WI and Australia, there are
> 12 ducks with one of them a not score. Does anybody know if this is a
> record in a test match with four completed innings? Aslam?

> -- Srinivas

Sorry to follow up for my own post. I meant to say that there were 12
scores of 0 and one of those twelve 0s was a not out score.

 
 
 

Is this a record number of ducks?

Post by Phil. G. Felt » Wed, 10 Mar 1999 04:00:00

Quote:


> > In the recently concluded test match between WI and Australia, there are
> > 12 ducks with one of them a not score. Does anybody know if this is a
> > record in a test match with four completed innings? Aslam?

> > -- Srinivas

> Sorry to follow up for my own post. I meant to say that there were 12
> scores of 0 and one of those twelve 0s was a not out score.

And one of them didn't face a ball, run out at the striker's end!

Phil.

 
 
 

Is this a record number of ducks?

Post by John Holme » Wed, 10 Mar 1999 04:00:00

Quote:

>And one of them didn't face a ball, run out at the striker's end!

Does a less-than first-ball duck cost double for the members of the
Primary Club?

Regards,
John.

My newsfeed has been very erratic lately.
I'd appreciate e-mail copies of any replies.

 
 
 

Is this a record number of ducks?

Post by Jack Brama » Thu, 11 Mar 1999 04:00:00



Quote:


>>And one of them didn't face a ball, run out at the striker's end!

>Does a less-than first-ball duck cost double for the members of the
>Primary Club?

Doesn't count at all for members of the Primary club - being run out
first ball (or sooner) doesn't qualify you for membership!

P.S. I urge anyone who is out first ball regularly to join the Primary
Club - I did four years ago, and have not been out 1st ball since.

Quote:
>Regards,
>John.

>My newsfeed has been very erratic lately.
>I'd appreciate e-mail copies of any replies.

--

Ser galego mis ca nacer en Galicia

 
 
 

Is this a record number of ducks?

Post by Autism » Fri, 12 Mar 1999 04:00:00


Quote:

>P.S. I urge anyone who is out first ball regularly to join the Primary
>Club - I did four years ago, and have not been out 1st ball since.

P.P.S. This does not work.

Paul Robson (No 11 Bat & Wrist Spinner)