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Bowling Averages and Aggregates

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Total Records: 19
 PlayerMATOMR W5Wi10WmBBIAVE.STR.ECN.
1 Baraba, Josh6 53 7211900 3/56 23.44 35.33 3.98
2 Nair, Arjun4 44.5 7144800 4/56 18.00 33.63 3.21
3 Allington, Riley6 32.1 1177700 3/49 25.29 27.57 5.50
4 Aviet, Damien3 60 9194700 3/13 27.71 51.43 3.23
5 Singh, Navjot5 24.5 794600 3/32 15.67 24.83 3.79
6 Patel, Darshil P3 29.2 596600 3/39 16.00 29.33 3.27
7 Uppal, Param4 24 3108500 2/25 21.60 28.80 4.50
8 Baker, Nathan3 28 1120500 4/87 24.00 33.60 4.29
9 Singh, Gurattanbir6 16 061200 2/30 30.50 48.00 3.81
10 Nishchay, Yuva3 25 968200 1/25 34.00 75.00 2.72
11 Burke, Jarrad N4 39 10102200 1/31 51.00 117.00 2.62
12 Sammut, Chad4 36 3141200 1/30 70.50 108.00 3.92
13 Singh, Varanjit3 13 037100 1/21 37.00 78.00 2.85
14 Sharma, Yuvraj6 3 038100 1/38 38.00 18.00 12.67
15 Frendo, Cameron N3 14 165100 1/43 65.00 84.00 4.64
16 Sunjic, Ivan3 20 390100 1/63 90.00 120.00 4.50
17 Wilcoxon, Russell R3 31 4108100 1/20 108.00 186.00 3.48
18 Naqvi, Awad5 3 016000 0/16 NA NA 5.33
19 Khan, Zain1 3 019000 0/19 NA NA 6.33
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Total Records: 19

Key

MAT Number of matches played - not including matches where a player was a sub, or matches that didn't commence (eg abandoned matches)
O Number of overs bowled.
M Number of maidens bowled.
R Number of runs conceded.
W Number of wickets taken.
2Wi (If displayed:) Number of times 2-4 wickets taken in an innings.
5Wi Number of times 5 or more wickets taken in an innings.
10Wm Number of times 10 or more wickets taken in a match.
BBI Best bowling in an innings. Determined by the figures when most wickets were taken in an innings. If more than one occasion when that number of wickets are taken, then determined by the least runs conceded.
AVE. Bowling average: Total runs conceded/total number of wickets taken.
STR. Bowling strike rate: Total balls bowled/total number of wickets taken.
ECN. Bowling economy rate: Total runs conceded/total number of overs bowled.