Some articles on catches:

List Of One-day Cricket Records For New Zealand - Wicket Keeping Records - Most Dismissals in A Career
... B.B McCullum 240 (225 catches 15 stumpings) A.C ... Parore 136 (111 catches 25 stumpings) I.D.S ... Smith 85 (80 catches 5 stumpings) ...
List Of One-day Cricket Records For New Zealand - Wicket Keeping Records - Most Dismissals in A Match
... Parore v West Indies at Goa 1994/95 (3 catches, 2 stumpings) 5 B.B ... McCullum v India at Napier 2002/03 (4 catches, 1 stumpings) 5 B.B ... McCullum v India at Christchurch 2002/03 (5 catches) 5 B.B ...
List Of Compositions By Thomas Arne - Catches, Canons, Glees
... The exact number of catches, canons, and glees composed by Arne is now unknown ... of the published anthologies containing catches, canons, and glees by Arne ... Warren 1763–1794 A Collection of Catches, Canons and Glees Edited by E.T ...
Billy Wilson (American Football) - Biography
... seasons, with the 49ers, finishing his career with 407 catches for 5,902 yards and 49 touchdowns, was a first-team selection to the Associated Press All-Pro team in 1957 and was Most Valuable Player of the ... Wilson led the NFL in receptions in three seasons, with 60 catches in 1954, 60 in 1956 and 52 in 1957 ... He ranked fourth in touchdown catches, fifth in receiving yards and sixth in receptions in franchise history at the time of his death ...
Travis Brown (wide Receiver) - College Career
... As a senior he ha a career-high 76 catches and 1,031 receiving yards for a 13.6 yards per catch and a career-high 6 TD catches ... In 2006 he earned First-team All-MWC honors after totaling 64 catches and 867 yards (13.5 avg.), career-high 4 TD catches ... As a true freshman in he played in 9 games, with 2 starts and made 7 catches for 49 yards (7.0 avg.) ...

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