List of Lancashire County Cricket Club records


List of Lancashire County Cricket Club records

=Records=

cores

Highest Lancashire totals

Lowest totals against Lancashire

Largest margin of runs victory

Defeat after opponents followed on

Bowling

Most first-class wickets for Lancashire
Qualification - 1000 wickets [cite web |url=http://www.cricketarchive.com/Archive/Records/England/Firstclass/Lancashire/Bowling_Records/Most_Career_Wickets.html |author= |title=Most first class wickets in career for Lancashire |publisher=Cricket Archive |accessdate=2007-10-20]

Facts and feats

*Dick Barlow carried his bat for just 5* out of Lancashire's total of 69 in two and a half hours against Nottinghamshire on a treacherous, rain-affected Trent Bridge pitch in July 1882. [cite web |url=http://www.cricketarchive.co.uk/Lancashire/Scorecards/2/2591.html |author= |title=Nottinghamshire v Lancashire, July 1882 |publisher=Cricket Archive |accessdate=2007-10-21 ] Barlow and his long time opening partner Hornby are the opening batsmen immortalised in the famous poem by Francis Thompson. [cite web |url=http://www.cricketarchive.co.uk/Archive/Articles/0/206.html |author= |title=A profile of Dick Barlow |publisher=Cricket Archive |accessdate=2007-10-21 ]
*Eddie Paynter scored 322 in five hours for Lancashire against Sussex CCC at Hove in 1937 having come down on the sleeper train from the victorious Old Trafford Test against New Zealand. He put on 268 in 155 minutes with Cyril Washbrook and celebrated his innings that evening at Brighton's Ice Palace. [cite web |url=http://content-uk.cricinfo.com/ci/content/story/129134.html |author= |title=A colossus with bad knees |publisher=Cricinfo |date=2006-07-28 |accessdate=2007-10-21 ]
*Lancashire County Cricket Club came runners-up in all four competitions in three seasons from 2004-2006 without winning one. In 2004, they came runners-up to Glamorgan in the Totesport League. In 2005, they came runners-up to Somerset in the Twenty20 Cup. In 2006, they came runners-up to Sussex in both the Liverpool Victoria County Championship and the Cheltenham and Gloucester Trophy.

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