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    Name		Runs	Balls	Fours	Sixes	Innings	NO	Average	SR	Four/Inns	Six/Inns
    H Gowshall		170	198	16	2	2	0	85.00	85.86	8.00	1.00
    G Delaney		0	3	0	0	1	0	0.00	0.00	0.00	0.00
    M Aldred		89	90	8	2	2	0	44.50	98.89	4.00	1.00
    S Field		31	26	2	1	2	0	15.50	119.23	1.00	0.50
    H Gayle		19	44	1	0	1	0	19.00	43.18	1.00	0.00
    K Sugden		42	61	2	0	2	0	21.00	68.85	1.00	0.00
    K Levy		24	21	2	0	1	1	#DIV/0!	114.29	2.00	0.00
    J Weight		28	21	4	0	1	0	28.00	133.33	4.00	0.00
    R Hole		5	14	0	0	2	1	5.00	35.71	0.00	0.00
    J Binns		6	23	0	0	2	0	3.00	26.09	0.00	0.00
    K Norris		11	11	1	0	2	0	5.50	100.00	0.50	0.00
    A Dilhan		0	1	0	0	1	0	0.00	0.00	0.00	0.00
    M Devapriya		0	3	0	0	1	0	0.00	0.00	0.00	0.00
    A Senanayake		5	6	1	0	1	0	5.00	83.33	1.00	0.00
    B Bradford		0	1	0	0	1	0	0.00	0.00	0.00	0.00



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    Name		O	M	R	W	Average	SR	Econ
    K Norris		20	0	155	0	#DIV/0!	#DIV/0!	7.75
    K Sugden		20	0	86	1	86.00	120.00	4.30
    K Levy		10	0	74	0	#DIV/0!	#DIV/0!	7.40
    R Hole		20	0	129	2	64.50	60.00	6.45
    J Binns		20	1	128	0	#DIV/0!	#DIV/0!	6.40
    A Senanayake		10	0	56	1	56.00	60.00	5.60
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    Another example of the effect of stamina:

    Stuart Hardy

    Stamina: abysmal Wicket Keeping: worthless
    Batting: strong Concentration: feeble
    Bowling: worthless Consistency: worthless
    Fielding: abysmal

    M I R n.o. Ave SR HS C st 50s 100s
    16 15 474 1 33.86 81.16 80* 2 0 3 0

    With decent stamina that guy would average nearer 100 with 100 SR, unless they're in a really tough league. Basically anyone with abysmal stamina could score 20-30 50s before they convert 1 to hundred. Woeful stamina you'd convert a few more, but they'd slow up before they got there, with feeble stamina you'll have no problem converting 50s to 100s, but they'll usually tire noticeably once they've got that 100.
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    To anyone with enough money:

    Pete Fisher (42261)
    LH Batsman, LM Bowler, strong form, low
    (strong batting form, strong bowling form)
    An attacking player with feeble leadership skills and worthless experience.

    Plays For: kaiser chiefs
    Nationality: England
    Age: 18 Years Old
    Battrick Rating: 54,776
    Wages: £1,364 p/w

    Stamina: respectable Wicket Keeping: worthless
    Batting: strong Concentration: remarkable
    Bowling: respectable Consistency: remarkable
    Fielding: proficient

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    3. Kieran Lawrence (57891)
    RH Batsman, RH Spin Bowler, strong form, moderate
    (strong batting form, proficient bowling form)
    A cautious player with competent leadership skills and worthless experience.

    Plays For: Lancashire
    Nationality: England
    Age: 20 Years Old
    Battrick Rating: 8,436
    Wages: £663 p/w

    Stamina: competent Wicket Keeping: woeful
    Batting: respectable Concentration: abysmal
    Bowling: woeful Consistency: feeble
    Fielding: respectable


    Player Stats OD Domestic - Season OD Domestic - Career ODI - Season ODI - Career OD Friendlies
    Batting Stats:
    M I R n.o. Ave SR HS C st 50s 100s
    12 12 739 6 123.17 76.98 136 4 0 6 1
    Bowling Stats:
    O M R W Ave SR Econ Best 5wi
    16 1 102 1 102.00 96.00 6.38 1-67 0


    Stamina is obviously more important than concentration atm, i think that may be balanced a bit more up in FC
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    Yea I've got a similar player, my opener Shields who is currently 86* off 88 balls. He averages just over 50 tho, so not brilliant but pretty good.

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    152-2 after 31, Webster 76*(94), Abdul Kadir 21*(23)

    need to speed it up

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    familiar callipso callapso in the last few overs - from 235-4 to 241all out. Going to be very tough to win from here

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    Finished with 317-3, scored 86 off the last 10 which is okayish - 48 (without a wicket) off the penultimate 10 with a guy with a career ER of well over 7 bowling 5 of those overs, against two players well in was complete Battrick twaddle. The weather for the game is supposedly sunny, so not game over yet.

  11. #1631
    hmm...

    46.2 W Elsegood to Steadhart
    The batsmen seemed to be on completely different wave lengths, the striker going for the second while the other stopped at the single, leaving the latter at completely the wrong end. A bloomer if ever there was one!

    So shouldn't that be 1W... I noticed on Battrick that it's always the striker that gets run out, as well as the new batsman always faces the strike even when it's a skied catch or run out (unless the wicket was off the last ball of the over).

  12. #1632
    Bowled Kipper XI out for 248 with the usual Battrick Collapse(TM) at the end to win by 69 runs. My openers both got steady tons, Emmanuel finishing with 6-22 bowling-wise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robertinho
    College Dropouts 6/247 from 44 (RR 5.61)
    Kennedy 59 (67)
    Jayasuriya 68 (66)
    Mills 2/25 (7.0)
    Payton 2/37 (9.0)

    They got off to a flyer, 0/121 after 19, but Mills put us back in with some tight bowling. For some reason a bowler who has.. basically, abysmal bowling and abysmal consistency - has bowled 10 overs. Not sure why, my all rounder (Knight) hasn't touched the ball.. Anyway, Wolfenden just got hit for 15 off his last over, 10-0-65-0 were his figures. F***ing dodgy piece of s***
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    Quote Originally Posted by superkingdave
    familiar callipso callapso in the last few overs - from 235-4 to 241all out. Going to be very tough to win from here
    That's why you didn't.
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