runless

runless

(ˈrʌnlɪs)
adj
having no runs
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Out-of-form opener Roy has become close to runless in this summer's one-day internationals, mustering just 47 in seven innings.
Out-of-form opener Roy has become close to runless in this summer's oneday internationals, mustering just 47 in seven innings.
Even before Yasir Shah (three for 15) took two wickets in five balls - the hapless Alex Hales and runless James Vince - England's prospects of defying much historical data were distant.
Even before Yasir Shah (three for 15) took two wickets in five balls -the hapless Alex Hales and runless James Vince -England's prospects of defying much historical data were distant.
There were chances in the match for Australia to gain crucial momentum - and they blew every single one of them from the moment Brad Haddin dropped a runless Joe Root on day one.
Norton shared early anxieties with the first wicket falling on six, and four down for just 27, as Mohammed Zahid (4-17) bowled six runless overs in a brilliant spell of 15.
The Red Sox are lifeless and listless and, for the last 12 innings, they have been runless, culminating in Sunday's 4-0 loss to the Brewers here.
But soon England were on a familiar roll when Suresh Raina contributed a 13-ball duck, making it a runless match for him from 42 deliveries in all, albeit lbw to one that might have both taken a faint inside edge and also cleared the stumps.
Trinity could only muster 125 all out in reply, with James Dixon taking 3-25 and Lancashire spinner Stephen Parry taking two wickets in six runless overs.
After the near immediate and runless departure of captain Graeme Smith to Stuart Broad, England had to labour long and hard for only three further gains in more than six hours.
I realised it only when someone told me about the runless phase.
Will he even be selected for India if his miserable runless form continues against Somerset and Sussex?