Stats: Nottinghamshire posts 400+ yet again at the Trent Bridge in England’s domestic One Day Cup
All the major stats and numbers recorded during yet another high-scoring day in the One-Day Cup.
Updated - Apr 30, 2019 4:48 am
The pattern of Nottinghamshire, Trent Bridge and 400+ totals in List A cricket continue in England’s domestic One-Day Cup as the team from Nottingham amassed 400+ for the 2nd time this season. The top six batsmen Chris Nash (56), Joe Clarke (55), Ben Duckett (86), Jacob Libby (66), Tom Moores (50) and Steven Mullaney (81) scored fifties to power the Notts to 433/7 against Leicestershire. The visitors’ target was revised to 347 in 37 overs when they were 151/2 after 21.5 overs. They were bundled out for 259 in 33.2 overs falling 88 runs short of the revised target.
All the major stats and numbers recorded during yet another high-scoring day in the Royal London One-Day Cup:
1 – Each of Nottinghamshire’s top six scored in excess of 50 against Leicestershire. This is the first ever innings in the List A history to involve six individual players with a 50+ score. As many as five List A innings had five 50+ scores including two of them coming in the ODI format.
4 – Number of 400+ totals in List A cricket Leicestershire now has conceded, including twice against Nottinghamshire; the joint-most by any team. The Windies national team also conceded four totals of 400+ in List A cricket thus far.
6 – Number of totals over 400 in the List A cricket for Nottinghamshire; the most by any team. South Africa national team also has six such totals. India’s national team and Central Districts of New Zealand have five totals of 400+ in this format.
8 – As many as eight totals of 400+ have been recorded at the Trent Bridge in Nottingham; all of them since 2016 only. No other venue has even witnessed even five totals in excessive of 400. South African venue, the New Wanderers in Johannesburg stands second in this list as it recorded four such totals.
433/7 – Nottinghamshire’s total of 433/7 is now the highest in List A cricket without an individual century and also the first ever 400+ List A total where no individual got to 90. Ben Duckett’s 86 is the highest individual for Nottingham in this game.
Somerset’s total of 405 against Nottinghamshire in 2017 was the previous highest List A total without an individual century. Somerset were bowled out for 405 in the game played in Taunton while chasing a target of 430 to win. Dean Elgar top-scored for them with 91 while Peter Trego, with 66, was the only other half-centurion for Somerset in that innings.
433/7 – The total of 433/7 by Nottinghamshire is their 2nd highest total in List A cricket and the 13th highest total by any team in this format. Nottingham’s highest List A total is 445/8 against Northamptonshire during the 2016 season.
Nearly a double ton:
190 – James Vince scored a 154-ball 190 for Hampshire at the Rose Bowl in Southampton against Gloucestershire. This is the highest individual score by an England player in domestic One-Day Cup in more than ten years.
Ravi Bopara’s unbeaten 201 for Essex in 2008 against Leicestershire is the last instance of a player scoring 190 or more in the Domestic One-Dayers by an England batsman.
190 – Vince’s 190 is now the highest individual score in List A cricket for Hampshire surpassing the record held by himself with 178 against Glamorgan during the 2017 edition of this competition.
This is also the highest individual List A score in Southampton surpassing Martin Guptill’s unbeaten 189 for New Zealand in an ODI against England during 2013 season.