VCCOriginally Posted by ash chaulk
viveashOriginally Posted by kwek
you already got a friendly mate.
it says i already have a game on when i dont so ill have to waittil i can offer a challenge
Won my friendly by 2 wickets *phew*
Nice win Steds. I'm trying to challenge you but it says you've already got a friendly arranged, even though it doesn't appear on your fixtures page. I'll try again later.
Challenge made, accept if you like.Originally Posted by Adamc
Picked up a competent batsman on the transfer market for 5k. Now got 8 batsmen who are competent or better; wish I had as much depth in my bowling lineup though.
Anyone for a friendly?
CP Serpents 0/16 after 3.1 overs\
Wijesinghe 10* (9)
Priyanthna 6* (10)
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Ladies and gents, we have a nailbiter on our hands...
CP Serpents 8/270 (50)
Umpirehunters 4/250 (47)
I think I (Serpents) may be in a little trouble...
Nooooooooooooo......lost it on THE LAST BALL Hit for 4 last ball of match to lose...heart breaking for a young team in their second game...
DJellett, I challenged you..
Won my game against the top side (before this game) to move to the top of the table, Very happy with the win and the top spot, considering i play the worst and one of the worst sides in the last two games.
130 all out
Gillan 4/30 (7o)
and what about this - Townshend 5 overs, 5 maidens, 3 wickets for 0 runs
and Longrigg also took 3/38 (9.3o)
Knocked off the runs easily
WA 131/1 (28.4o)
Colley made 66 of 80, First time he has opened the batting
Dream XI: M Hyder, J Linker, M Clock, S Wetsin, A Simms, A Golcrhist, B Hugg, S Worde, B Leap, J Giuseppe, G MacGrith
So do all the people who finish 1st go into the highest league and all the people who finish 2nd, 3rd and 4th go into the next best league, etc.
Is that how it works?
No one is sure how it works yet, but there's supposed to be an announcement in around 2 weeks.Originally Posted by Hoggy31
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Won my league match in the end after a little scare. I was playing the 2nd-lowest ranked side in my league, so set the match orders to 'take it easy' so my team could recover some fitness. Almost backfired.
Lost the toss and bowled first, and they made 266/9. Should have had them out for much less, given they were 151/5 after about 35 overs. Gillespie had a poor game by his standards, but ended up with 3-43 due to wickets off his last two balls.
The batting began pretty disastrously, losing my best two batsmen (Cuss and Berry) for 1 & 5 respectively, which was a pretty big loss considering both players average over 100 (Berry's average has now dropped to 99.43 ). Experimented with Gillespie opening the batting, but he fell for 36 to leave us in a bit of trouble at 72/3. Fortunately my other 100+ batsman (Barrett) was in decent touch adding 146 with regular opener Bridge, batting at no. 5. Bridge's return to form was encouraging, leading the chase with 99*. Barrett made 79 and Gillette 24* to secure a six-wicket win in the 48th over.
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