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    UPDATE:

    1. Rujul Abdul kadir: Quality/Respectable Bat
    2. Saurav Pak.i: Quality/Strong Bat
    3. Suryakant Hitish: Remarkable/Strong Bat, Proficient/Superb Bowl (RFM)
    4. Bhupendra Mohammed: Quality/Strong Bat
    5. Zesh Mcewen: Superb/Competent Bat
    6. Liam Paris: Quality/Feeble Bat
    7. Kris Coates: Stong/Proficient Bat, Superb Keeping
    8. James Vermaak: Respectable/Feeble Bat, Remarkable/Mediocre Bowl (RS)
    9. Wayne Stevens: Mediocre/Competent Bat, Quality/Superb Bowl (RFM)
    10. Kamlesh Padayachie: Mediocre/Feeble Bat, Superb/Proficient (RS)
    11. Stefan Norris: Worthless/Abysmal Bat, Quality/Respectable Bowl (RS)
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    UPDATE:

    1. Rujul Abdul kadir: Quality/Respectable Bat
    2. Saurav Pak.i: Quality/Strong Bat
    3. Suryakant Hitish: Remarkable/Strong Bat, Proficient/Superb Bowl (RFM)
    4. Bhupendra Mohammed: Quality/Strong Bat
    5. Zesh Mcewen: Superb/Competent Bat
    6. Liam Paris: Quality/Feeble Bat
    7. Kris Coates: Proficient/Proficient Bat, Superb Keeping
    8. James Vermaak: Respectable/Feeble Bat, Remarkable/Mediocre Bowl (RS)
    9. Wayne Stevens: Mediocre/Competent Bat, Quality/Superb Bowl (RFM)
    10. Kamlesh Padayachie: Mediorcre/Feeble Bat, Superb/Proficient (RS)
    11. Stefan Norris: Worthless/Abysmal Bat, Quality/Respectable Bowl (RS)



    btw, surely there must be a better keeper than coates?
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    I think Coates is Strong Batting now and no one else is really training a keeper, apart from Andy i think, but his only Respectable Batting.

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    This guy might sneak into the overall cricket web XI...


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    Nah, that batting's useless.
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    Haha ooh, scrapes in. We finally get a gun seamer.

    This is something that was brought up in the Q&A - about Federations in Hattrick - and that something similar ('Associations') might be brought in to BT. My question is - does anyone here play Hattrick? What can you do in a Federation?
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    Take Ralph out, possibly the shortest ever stint in the CW BT XI.

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    We could have this -

    1. P Islam (Game Breakers) - exceptional bat
    2. J Duggan (Whenuapai CC) - wonderful bat
    3. G Mccammon (Got Spin) - exceptional bat
    4. S Cuss (Asterix XI) - wonderful bat
    5. F Watkins (Asterix XI) - exceptional bat, quality bowl
    6. D Sandwith (Withington Wonderers) - remarkable bat
    7. N Bhutia (Game Breakers) - remarkable bat, exceptional keeper
    8. T Whitehorne (Asterix XI) - superb bat, sensational bowl
    9. S Moodley (Roar CC) - exceptional bowl
    10. J Lovegrove (Dalmeny Cricket Club) - sensational bowl
    11. T Lee (Whenuapai CC) - exceptional bowl

    Like I said, unless Lee pops to Sensational soon (which I think he will), replace him with Bardle.
    This is the last team I can find, I'll let someone else update it.

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    1. P Islam (Game Breakers) - exceptional bat
    2. M Reed (Withington Wonderers) - wonderful bat
    3. G Mccammon (Got Spin) - sensational bat
    4. J Duggan (Whenuapai CC) - exceptional bat
    5. D Sandwith (Withington Wonderers) - wonderful bat
    6. F Watkins (Asterix XI) - exceptional bat, remarkable bowl
    7. N Bhutia (Game Breakers) - remarkable bat, exceptional keeper
    8. T Whitehorne (Asterix XI) - superb bat, exquisite bowl
    9. S Moodley (Roar CC) - sensational bowl
    10. J Lovegrove (Dalmeny Cricket Club) - sensational bowl
    11. G Summers (Scaly Piscine CC) - exquisite bowl

    Pretty gun side there. Now can someone update the 2nd XI? That's where all my players end up going

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    Think you could dump R_D's players out, he's only made 2 posts in here. Fair competition for the keeper spot then, as well as allowing Mccammon to open the batting. Not sure who'd come in for Islam.
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    2nd XI -
    1. M Gray (Anchormen) - remarkable bat (backup: superb w/k)
    2. R Tucker (Dalmeny Cricket Club) - wonderful bat
    3. S Cuss (Asterix XI) - wonderful bat
    4. S Hitish (Roar CC) - remarkable bat
    5. D Waddell (Whenuapai CC) - wonderful bat
    6. G Ashton (Asterix XI) - remarkable bat, remarkable w/k
    7. C Allen (Got Spin) - wonderful bat, wonderful bowl
    8. P John (Withington Wonderers) - wonderful bowl
    9. T Lee (Whenuapai CC) - exceptional bowl
    10. G Bardle (Jamee 999ers) - exceptional bowl
    11. F Ralph (Anchormen) - exceptional bowl

    12th Man: G Canning (Magical Ponies) - quality bat, wonderful bowl

    It has been a while, but I've done it. I might've overlooked some players, but that's a pretty damn good 2nd XI. I know Ashton isn't remarkable bat yet, or Waddell wonderful bat, but the owners have assured me that by tomorrow, they will be. I nominate Ralph for captain... strong leadership, med experience

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    Why not Canning for John?
    Or something.

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    Because John is wonderful/remarkable and Canning is wonderful/strong, and we don't really need a quality/prof (or whatever he is) batsman at #8.

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    Lovegrove's exquisite now, btw.

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    Ahh, Schmidt, if you check the times, you'll see that the lineup was posted before nooga posted

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