First XI

Ben Higgins and Dave Taylor’s unbeaten 301 against Heworth in 1999 remains the highest partnership for any wicket in any team for CACC.

Liam Green and Sam Grant’s 127 against Dunnington in 2021 is the most recent first team record to be broken.

1st 301*   Ben Higgins & Dave TaylorHeworth1999
2nd 183Joe Ashdown & Nic HindleStamford Bridge2014
3rd 190John Gilham & Rich MusgraveEasingwold2008
4th 202Ben Higgins & John HunterOsbaldwick1999
5th 136Barry Taylor & Winstone HolderRowntrees1985
6th 127Liam Green & Sam GrantDunnington2021
7th 99John Hunter & Richard HunterEasingwold2004
8th 107John Gilham & Danny WhiteMalton & OM2007
9th 73John McCann & Alan MunnerleyHeworth1980
10th 64*Simon Corley & Barry SayerAcomb2009

Second XI

Ollie Sherwood and Jake Atkinson now hold the second team record partnership thanks to their gargantuan 269 against York III this season.

The 7th wicket partnership record that Michael Knowles and Michael Robinson had held for 26 years was also eclipsed this season, by Tom Wood and Jamie Butt, who put on an unbeaten 97.

1st 269Ollie Sherwood & Jake AtkinsonYork III2022
2nd 250*   Adam Clark & Michael JacksonCivil Service II1995
3rd 182Matt Phillips & Jonny StevensHarrogate II2006
4th 225Mark Taylor & Mike MalthouseHornsea II2007
5th 128Steve Arundale & Michael JacksonStillington1993
6th 100Steve Arundale & Paul Atkinson Rowntrees II1983
7th 97*Tom Wood & Jamie ButtSouth Milford2022
8th 91*Tim Weaver & Jonny StevensLondesboro Pk2010
9th 96*John Gilham & Lewis ClarkEasingwold2021
10th 65Joe Kilvington & Jack Heartshorne Knaresborough2021

Third XI

Josh Tynan and Niall Tilsley’s 205 against Stamford Bridge this summer broke the 2nd wicket record of Rob Thorpe and Will Scholey, that had stood for 10 years.

1st 243Niall Tilsley & Mark TaylorMelbourne2017
2nd 205Josh Tynan & Niall TilsleyStamford Bridge2022
3rd  163Chris Butler & Steve ArundaleStillingfleet1999
4th 168Jake Atkinson & Rich MarshallHirst Courtney2014
5th 111Lewis Clark & Josh ClarkAskham Bryan2019
6th 90Jason Gatus & Matthew SimmsStockton & Hop2019
7th 92Alastair Lloyd & Michael JacksonHemingborough2010
8th 50Mark Taylor & Matt MellorHeworth2015
9th 57Brendan Walsh & Dan MackleyOvington1998
10th 46*Paul Thorpe & Simon CookNorth Cave2012

Fourth XI

The shorter history of the CACC fourth team means places in the record books are still up for grabs, with four records going this season.

Jonty Beer and George Breheney broke the 2nd wicket record with their 113 against Thorpe Willoughby, while Allan Barton and Chris Elliot’s 84* against Burn broke the 7th wicket record. Kier Brookes-Humphrey and Joey Malouf broke the 8th wicket record with 49 against Pocklington, and Kier and Campbell White set the 10th wicket record with 27 against the same opponents.

1st 174Simon Brown & Allan BartonSelby2018
2nd 113Jonty Beer & George BreheneyThorpe Willoughby2022
3rd  133Lucas Ruane & Josh TynanBurn2021
4th 73Simon Brown & Ollie Brookes-HumphreyBurn2018
5th 105Rich Marshall & Cris Gwilliam-LopezThorpe Willoughby2019
6th 61Chris Elliot & Ollie Brookes-HumphreyStamford Bridge2019
7th 84*Allan Barton & Chris ElliotBurn2022
8th 49Kier Brookes-Humphrey & Joey MaloufPocklington2022
9th 70Matthew Carruthers & Simon BrownOvington2021
10th 27Kier Brookes-Humphrey & Campbell WhitePocklington2022

To see more records visit the CACC statistics section of this website, with batting. bowling, fielding and appearance stats available as well as a numbered list of every player to put on CACC whites.

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