Individual Records

The following detailed records for the players listed can be found by clicking on their names. Team records can be found here.

The years during which they have played for the team.
All time average
The average score over all the games played
All Time Rating
Where that average places them on the all time performance list. A player must have played 15 games overall to qualify for an all time average.
Total games played and the numbers won, drawn and lost.
The won, drawn and lost figures are against individual opponents, regardless of whether the team as a whole won, drew or lost.
Pins scores, conceded and the difference.
Again this is against the player's individual opponents. For the pin difference, a negative number means that the opponents total is more than the players total.
Number of spares
A spare is scored by clearing all 9 pins with the first or first two balls. The pins are reset and the remaining balls bowled, giving a maximum score (in theory!) of 27 on each hand.
Scores by ranges
The numbers of scores of 50 or more, 40-49, 30-39 and under 30.
Top Scores
The number of times the player has been top score in a game (not including opponents scores).
Number of Beavers
A beaver is scoring a 0 with all three balls of a single turn.
Number of Snowballs
A snowball is defined as reaching a score of 27 or more with the first three hands. Seagulls have a cumulative cash prize which is taken when someone gets a snowball (usually only a couple of times a season).
Number of No Fines
Seagulls levy a fine on a player who fails to hit a pin with any single ball. There is a cumulative cash prize which is taken when someone hits with all 18 balls in a game. (usually only a couple of times a season).
Best and worst ever scores.
Shown for playing at home and away, with dates, opponents and venues given.
Best ever spare.
Best and worst ever league averages.
The best and worst league average in any one season. Until the end of 2004/2005 season, a player needed to play in two thirds of the league games to qualify for a recognised average (inherited from Eagle Star Club rules). As from 2005/2006 this has been changed to half of the league games. A number of players (including the current top of the all time averages!), have never played in enough games in any one season to qualify for a recognised average.
Best and worst ever pin difference.
The best and worst pin difference in any one season (against individual opponents). A negative number means that the opponents total is more than the players total.

Mark Beddall, Steve Blake, Paul Beighton, Andy Burrows

Eddie Campbell, Paddy Crossan, Sam Collier, Neil Compton

Bob Dangerfield, Kevin Davies, Paul Didcote, Clive Dolby, John Duck

Sean Feeley, Paul Fletcher, Ian Foley, Lionel Foley, Richard Foulds

Steve Gatter, Rod Gass, Alex Goodlock, Andy Gore

Steve Hall, Mike Hoise, Nick Holyoak, Adrian Howard, Derek Hughes

Terry Jacombs

Patrick Lines

Curtis Mansfield, Tim Mansfield, John Marcer, Glen Miller

Wayne Nation

Jayesh Patel, Ralph Perry

Adam Rossiter, Alan Rowland, Paul Rowland,Roger Russell

Ivor Southcombe, Chris Summerbell, Derrick Summerbell,Paul Summerbell

Martin Taylor, Simon Trotter, Colin Tudor

Barry Walker, Neil Wall, Mike Webb, Daryll Wheeler, Phil Whittock, Mike Wilkes, Andy Wills

Geoff Wyatt, Joel Wyatt

Jon Yates