Andrew Milner

Full name

Andrew Fell Milner


Batting style

Right-hand bat


Bowling style

Right-arm medium


Nickname

Mr Smooth,The Bionic man

Batting and fielding averages
Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave 30 50 0 4s 6s Ct St
Jack Cox T20 78 77 15 1067 52* 17.21 13 2 11 129 14
Friendly 123 115 10 1437 79 13.69 11 4 14 157 12
Tour match 39 37 8 588 97 20.28 2 3 7 69 1
Overall 240 229 33 3092 97 15.78 26 9 32 355 27
Bowling averages
Mat Inns Overs Runs Wkts BBI Ave Econ SR 3w 5w
Jack Cox T20 78 77 219.5 1387 63 4/14 22.02 4 -
Friendly 123 117 535.3 2483 133 5/16 18.67 14 1
Tour match 39 37 147.5 735 28 3/17 26.25 1 -
Overall 240 231 903.1 4605 224 5/16 20.56 19 1
Career statistics
Debut v Cambridge University Library at Cambridge, 13 Aug 1994 scorecard
Last match v Blenheim Park at Blenheim Palace, 21 May 2017 scorecard
Player stats
Profile

Bodley's original all-rounder and once our best fielder specialising in spectacular run outs, Andrew is sadly now reduced to hopping over the ball in his slippers somewhere near a shaded spot on the boundary. Regardless, his bowling gets better and better (and slower and slower), whilst an insistence on going ever further down the order can only be to protect his famous knees (allegedly his third pair). Due to club founder Nick Millea's prolonged sabbatical, Andrew has regularly skippered the team, allowing him to indulge his fondness for waving angrily at all and sundry whilst chuntering to himself about the toss. Top scorer with 97 until 2013, and still a stunning sight when in full flight - like a younger Jack Hobbs, were Hobbs alive today. Renowned for either losing the toss and being asked to field, or winning the toss and deciding to field, Andrew has more recently taken to scouring the colleges for emerging talent, like a blustering recruiting sergeant at Portsmouth. Mr Smooth demonstrated his phenomenal pulling power at Cambridge in 1994. A bit of a jet-setter with a penchant for foreign holidays, Andrew is rumoured to finance his lavish lifestyle from insurance claims, so frequently does his video disappear from his salubrious North Oxford des-res. Having the van broken into in Northumberland was his most grandiose scheme yet. Bodley's top batsman, falling just 3 short of his century in the second match of the 1997 tour.Also has a Butler named George!!

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