Godleman in good form on MCC Legacy Tour

Sunday 17th November 2019
& News
Written by Stephen Martin

The MCC Legacy Tour of Nepal has drawn to a close, with Derbyshire Captain Billy Godleman enjoying a fruitful period with the bat. 

Across six innings across first-class, 50-over and Twenty20 cricket, Godleman scored a total of 181 runs, at an average of 30.16, including two half-centuries.

Godleman was selected as part of a strong MCC side, and he soon made his mark on the tour by scoring 52 in a 50-over fixture against Nepal, having scored 22 against the Nepal under 19s side the day before.

After making scores of 10 and 39 in the only first-class match of the tour, which was against Nepal. Godleman top-scored with an impressive 54 in a T20 victory over the same opposition.

As announced in the summer of 2018, MCC has introduced into its overseas touring programme a series of Legacy Tours, aimed at leaving a sustainable and meaningful impact in developing cricket nations.

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