Canterbury: An English cricket team was bowled out for zero in a county six-a-side indoor championship match.
No willower from the Bapchild Cricket Club could score a single run against Christ Church University, reported BBC on Thursday.
"We couldn't believe it, all they needed to do was hit a wall to get one run," Christ Church player Mike Rose was quoted as saying by the BBC on Thursday.
Christ Church comprehensively won by 120 runs after batting first and compiling 1/120.
Somerset club Langport set the record for the lowest score when they were dismissed for zero in 1913.
In first-class cricket, the lowest ever score was amassed by the occasional team named "The Bs" when they scored six runs against England in 1810.
New Zealand's 26 against England in 1955 remains the lowest total scored in a Test match. (IANS)