All the biggest and best stats from this season's One-Day Cup ahead of the final between Kent Spitfires and Hampshire at Lord's on Saturday.
The Fast Men
Ed Pollock, hit the fastest fifty so far this summer, reaching his half-century from just 22 balls for Warwickshire against Notts Outlaws at Trent Bridge. While Samit Patel’s 62-ball hundred for the Outlaws against Leicestershire Foxes at Leicester is the season’s fastest.
Worcestershire Rapids v Leicestershire Foxes was the highest successful chase in the history of English domestic one-daters, as Worcestershire won by 6 wickets, with Callum Ferguson's 192 helping them to complete the chase with an astonishing 16 balls to spare.
Thrill of the Chase
31 captains chose to bat and 40 to bowl. 32 matches were won batting first and 37 batting second, with two no-results.
Youth or experience?
Derbyshire’s Hamidullah Qadri was the only player born in the 2000s in this year’s competition – he was in fact the only 17-year-old to play!
There were three 40-somethings – Surrey’s Gareth Batty was 40, Durham’s Paul Collingwood turned 42 over the course of the tournament, and Kent’s Darren Stevens will be 42 years and 61 days old at the final.
For the full article pick up a copy of the official Royal London One-Day Cup Final match programme at Lord’s on Saturday.