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    hi my names wayne stevens and i wish i bowled like this every over

    47.6 W Stevens to James
    Stevens strikes! A loose shot from James. It was short, looking to go over the top of fielder at mid on but mistimes the ball straight to him, who takes the catch on the second attempt as he fumbles it the first time.
    47.5 . Stevens to James
    On the back foot, pushed to the ground, cover quick to field the ball.
    47.4 W Stevens to Ryan
    Ryan comes forward to a shorter ball just outside off stump, straightens off the seam and finds the probing outside edge, straight through to Berry.
    47.3 . Stevens to Ryan
    Gently pushed out to the cover fielder.
    47.2 . Stevens to Ryan
    Stroked back down the pitch.
    47.1 W Stevens to Carrick
    That's gone like a rocket to Blewitt who has caught a wonder catch!
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    Toby Verhoeven would like to bowl with him...

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    49.6 1 Verhoeven to Deevers 
      Slapped down to long on for the single. 
    49.5 W Verhoeven to Lunt 
      Bowled! The long walk back to the pavilion begins now. Lunt was well beaten there!  
    49.4 4 Verhoeven to Lunt 
      Lunt really tees up there! Right out of the screws. 
    49.3 W Verhoeven to Woodhouse 
      GONE! Magnificent catch on the boundary. 
    49.2 W Verhoeven to Cudworth 
      OUT! That little inch of seam has put Cudworth in all sorts of bother and he's trapped LBW. 
    49.1 1 Verhoeven to Huckerby 
      Beats the infield for an easy single.
    End of Over 50: 270-9, runrate=5.40
    Verhoeven 10-1-52-4
    Deevers* 1 (1 balls)
    Huckerby 46 (38 balls)

    Last Wicket: Lunt b. Verhoeven 4 (FOW: 269/9)

    Groves again was plastered, 1-71. I really need to get a new "death bowler". Verhoeven has been effective, but groves has been horrendous.

    Should be an interesting chase, Stroud & Meyer are both due for a big 1 with the bat, so heres to hoping
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    heres an idea lets back up the great total our bowlers left us to chase by starting like this...



    0.6 W Vines to Blewitt
    Straightforward outside edge into Sanghera's gloves.

    0.5 W Vines to Elvins
    He's gone! A vicious rising bouncer just caught the shoulder of Elvins's bat and flew straight into the bucket-like hands of Rowe-francis at third slip.

    0.4 1 Vines to Wainwright
    Played to square leg.
    0.3 1 Vines to Elvins
    Pushed into the covers for one run.
    0.2 1 Vines to Wainwright
    That's right! Forget about the crowd's jeering, he wants to keep pushing those away for singles, just like that. I know I always did.
    0.1 1 Vines to Elvins
    Flicked to mid on, quick single taken.

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    as opposed to this...

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    1.6 3 Lunt to Ludlow 
      Athletic running by the two batsmen there, making sure every run counts. 
    1.5 1 Lunt to Stroud 
      Nicely worked around to deep backward square for the single. 
    1.4 4 Lunt to Stroud 
      Hilarious! Lunt is not pleased as what looked like a single has turned into four runs because Woodhouse let the ball go through his legs.  
    1.3 4 Lunt to Stroud 
      Cracked straight back past the bowler and some seagulls on the boundary rise into the air in alarm as the ball streaks through their midst. 
    1.2 . Lunt to Stroud 
      Shortish ball outside off stump. The batsman cuts hard at it but only succeeds in getting a bottom edge. 
    1.1 . Lunt to Stroud 
      The ball pitches up outside off stump, Stroud pushes to the mid off region


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    End of Over 22: 104-7, runrate=4.73, reqrunrate=1.57 (147-10)
    Boardman 1-0-1-0
    Hocking* 52 (56 balls)
    Scott 3 (12 balls)

    WTF? the pitch is H&F! The three batters not including hocking are worthless, so im screwed.

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    hey my names Nashy and im going to win this game for the team...

    End of Over 12: 63-4, runrate=5.25, reqrunrate=4.97 (251-10)
    Lowe 6-0-31-2
    Nash* 29 (23 balls)
    Kenna 16 (25 balls)

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    And that's the end of the match. Macatak won by 31 runs.
    Macatak 147-10
    bobisback 116-10

    Current pitch condition: Hard and Fast (attempting to get to: Hard and Fast)

    That is ****ing bull****!

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    W Mason to Nash
    Dear, oh dear, on dear. That was awful. Nash should never have gone for that run.

    Last Wicket: Nash Run Out 44 (FOW: 87/5) what a loser

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    Haha. I got owned.

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    End of Over 19: 109-1, runrate=5.74, reqrunrate=4.23 (239-5)
    Wright 3-0-17-0
    Fordham* 45 (58 balls)
    Mcmahon 8 (12 balls)
    Last Wicket: Goddard c. Collis b. Disley 53 (FOW: 96/1)


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    all out for 121 lost by 130 runs

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    Harsh ash.

    End of Over 37: 176-5, runrate=4.76, reqrunrate=5.54 (247-10)
    Mason 7-1-29-3
    Boosey* 22 (32 balls)
    Camilleri 75 (92 balls)

    That's Fullers btw. Quite nervous here. Have everything on the line for this game.
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    Camilleri onto 92, need 49 off 56 now with 5 in hand.

    Should get there, but Mason's two remaining overs could induce a collapse as there's not much batting to come.
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    Can never beat a pair

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    End of Over 41: 202-3, runrate=4.93, reqrunrate=4.22 (239-5)
    Collis 6-0-40-1
    Livera* 3 (2 balls)
    Siyabonga 25 (29 balls)
    Last Wicket: Fordham c. Jervis b. Collis 82 (FOW: 199/3)


    Nervous. Just lost Fordham who has made the clubs highest score so far. I'm a bit wary. After Livera there's about 3 comp bats but haven't really made many runs. Will be close.

    This team is actually behind us on the ladder, so I'll be fairly gutted if we do manage to lose.


    Edit: Livera hits a six and a four in consecutive deliveries. We should be right from here.
    Last edited by NZTailender; 07-12-2006 at 11:31 PM.

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    45.2 4 Vine to Livera
    Shot! Vine drops it in too short, Livera sees it like a pumpkin, rocks back and pulls powerfully through mid wicket. Not perfectly timed, but he certainly gave it a clout.


    The winning shot! Well played my boys. Pretty happy with that performance. Apart from a couple of bowlers, everyone performed really. If we manage to win in the final match next week, we might finish third last. Hahaha.


    Livera's a gun in the making.
    Last edited by NZTailender; 08-12-2006 at 12:07 AM.



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