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  1. #2266
    Quote Originally Posted by Mahindinho
    Well, I got pretty much pasted by Sky Blues - Apted (one hell of a player) ran through my batting order and I ended up losing by 100 runs or so.

    Ratings a little more even than the scorecard suggests:

    Withington Wonderers Sky Blues
    Top Order: superb quality
    Middle Order: respectable superb
    Lower Order: abysmal woeful
    Seam Bowling: quality quality
    Spin Bowling: wonderful masterful
    Fielding: feeble woeful

    I've still got a fair way to go before I can really compete in Div II, I reckon.
    Hmm, you're only one relatively uber player off their ratings, or one uber batsman.

    I'll be going for an bowling all-rounder type player when I sell:

    Craig Khuliso (543602)
    RH Batsman, RM Bowler, superb batting form, superb bowling form, changeable
    A destructive player with woeful leadership skills and abysmal experience.

    Plays For: Scaly Piscine CC
    Nationality: Australia
    Age: 19 Years Old
    Battrick Rating: 13,285
    Wages: £3,252 p/w

    Stamina: abysmal Wicket Keeping: worthless
    Batting: woeful Concentration: worthless
    Bowling: superb Consistency: mediocre
    Fielding: worthless

    He'll be quality shortly, quality-competent if I'm lucky. 2.5m starting price, gives me a profit of around 1.5m from about 8-10 nets.

    Will probably sell Terry as well, in a month, should give me around 6m to buy an uber player with.
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    Celtic Cricketeers v Scaly Piscine CC (775028) 
    
    Date: 24/12/2006 Ground: The Garden Of Total Fielding 
    Pitch: Dusty  Weather: Sunny 
     
    Scaly Piscine CC won the toss and elected to bat. 
    First Innings of: Scaly Piscine CC (play as normal)  
    Name                            Runs Balls 4s 6s 
    Armstrong (+)  c. Lulu b. Laater   81  87  8 0 
    Obrien                 b. Lee      20  31  1 0 
    Bunn          c. Afkar b. Lee      77 101  5 0 
    Terry         c. Afkar b. Otoole   56  52  4 1 
    Dillon            not  out         31  25  2 0 
    Lisbie            not  out          5   6  0 0 
    Wheat        
    Packer        
    Horne        
    Pace (*)       
    Cahalane        
    Extras (0b, 0lb, 2w, 2nb)           4  
    Total (50.0 overs, 4 wickets)     274  
     
    FOW          1  2   3   4 
    Total       49 161 197 259       
    Batsman Out  2  1   3   4       
     
    Name      O M  R W nb wd 
    Otoole   10 0 62 1  0  0 
    Lee      10 0 65 2  2  0 
    Laater   10 0 40 1  0  1 
    Woodhall 10 0 63 0  0  1 
    Juan     10 0 44 0  0  0 
    
    First Innings of: Celtic Cricketeers  
    Name                            Runs Balls 4s 6s 
    Lulu                   b. Lisbie   60  96  2 1 
    Britz                  b. Lisbie  111 126 10 4 
    Dormer (*)             b. Pace     34  26  3 1 
    Chiume            lbw  b. Cahalane 10   7  1 0 
    Attwood                b. Horne    16  14  2 0 
    Afkar (+)              b. Pace     10   7  2 0 
    Woodhall     c. Dillon b. Horne     4   6  1 0 
    Laater    c. Armstrong b. Pace      4   5  0 0 
    Juan              lbw  b. Pace      0   1  0 0 
    Otoole            not  out          4   3  1 0 
    Lee       c. Armstrong b. Pace      1   3  0 0 
    Extras (1b, 2lb, 1w, 4nb)           8  
    Total (48.2 overs, 10 wickets)    262  
     
    FOW          1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10 
    Total       153 199 217 233 245 250 255 255 257 262 
    Batsman Out  1   2   4   3   6   7   8   9   5   11 
      
    Name      O M  R W nb wd 
    Horne     9 0 43 2  0  0 
    Pace    9.2 0 67 5  0  0 
    Lisbie   10 1 46 2  2  0 
    Dillon   10 0 48 0  1  1 
    Cahalane 10 0 55 1  1  0 
    
    
    
    
    Reporter's Summary 
          Celtic Cricketeers   Scaly Piscine CC 
    Top Order:    superb       strong 
    Middle Order: mediocre     strong 
    Lower Order:  abysmal      mediocre 
    Seam Bowling: respectable  proficient 
    Spin Bowling: respectable  superb 
    Fielding:     mediocre     mediocre 
     
    MOTM: Pace

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    Got Beaten by the eggy guy off the English Sledging Boards he rested two of his front liners.

    Positves

    Coates's second hundred in a row.
    Pollard's 94*(92)
    Jefferson 60*(35)

    Negatives

    Whole Bowling attack except Mee.

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    stafford rangers v Pup (773621)  
    
    Date: 24/12/2006 Ground: Eggy's Place of Pain 
    Pitch: Green Weather:  
     
    stafford rangers won the toss and elected to field. 
    First Innings of: Pup (play as normal)  
    Name   Runs Balls 4s 6s 
     Coates (*)(+) c. Rea b. Clegg 105 125 10 1 
     Findlay  c. Rea b. Sikander 28 38 1 1 
     Paris   b. Sikander 4 11 0 0 
     Pollard  not  out 94 92 8 2 
     Jefferson  not  out 60 35 7 0 
     Nevin        
     Hinshelwood        
     Colley        
     Verhoeven        
     Street        
     Mee        
    Extras (2b, 5lb, 2w, 1nb) 10  
    Total (50.0 overs, 3 wickets) 301  
     
    FOW 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 
    Total 71 85 219        
    Batsman Out 2 3 1        
     
    Name O M R W nb wd 
    Clegg 10 1 52 1 0 0 
    Plummer 10 0 66 0 0 0 
    Sikander 10 0 47 2 0 1 
    Jarvis 10 0 47 0 1 0 
    Butler 10 0 82 0 0 1 
    
    First Innings of: stafford rangers  
    Name   Runs Balls 4s 6s 
     White   b. Verhoeven 69 93 5 0 
     Bravo (*) st. Coates b. Mee 105 93 8 3 
     Cooper (+) not  out 77 54 9 0 
     Rea  run  out 44 39 4 1 
     Hale   b. Colley 0 1 0 0 
     Mclaren  not  out 5 4 0 0 
     Jarvis        
     Sikander        
     Clegg        
     Butler        
     Plummer        
    Extras (1b, 1lb, 1w, 2nb) 5  
    Total (47.0 overs, 4 wickets) 305  
     
    FOW 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 
    Total 156 200 280 280       
    Batsman Out 1 2 4 5       
     
    Name O M R W nb wd 
    Street 8 0 51 0 0 1 
    Colley 9 0 67 1 0 0 
    Mee 10 1 47 1 1 0 
    Verhoeven 10 0 68 1 1 0 
    Hinshelwood 10 0 70 0 0 0
    Code:
     stafford rangers                  
    Top Order: respectable        
    Middle Order: woeful             
    Lower Order: worthless          
    Seam Bowling: feeble           
    Spin Bowling: feeble              
    Fielding: abysmal                 
     
    Pup
    
    Top Order:competent 
    Middle Order:mediocre 
    Lower Order:worthless 
    Seam Bowling:mediocre 
    Spin Bowling:feeble 
    Fielding:abysmal 
    
    MOTM: Bravo
    Last edited by AussieDominance; 24-12-2006 at 01:37 PM.

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    Playing Chaulk and batting second.

    End of Over 37: 182-2, runrate=4.92, reqrunrate=9.00 (298-2)
    Wainwright 7-0-38-0
    Wilmers* 98 (95 balls)
    Crowe 47 (83 balls)

    Last Wicket: Elsegood c. Elvins b. Stevens 35 (FOW: 72/2)

    Hmm....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamee999
    And that's the end of the match. Jamees 999ers won by 229 runs.
    Jamees 999ers 288-3
    Clapo's XI 59-10

    Could've been 40ao tbh.
    LOL.... looks like i was bout spot on when i said i'd make 50 if bardle didn't bowl through

    haha, well... nice effort ... i can proudly say now that i was Bardles biatch

    TBH though, i was pleased with Waltons bowling performance 10-2-27-2. Not a bad effort considering all the rest went for 5.5rpo+
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    You got ROMPED!

    By Bardle's 999ers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeW
    Tharmi and i had a nice close match


    Victoria Panthers 193 ao

    Daryll 98 off 111

    Dowdall 5/35

    Jaffna Jets 8/194 off 44.3

    Clayton 75* (83 balls)
    Hook 3/26

    but my biggest suprise was i only played Hook as my spinning option when i usually use 2 compsand i pulled a excptional spin rating

    Jaffna Jets Victoria Panthers
    Top Order: mediocre competent
    Middle Order: respectable feeble
    Lower Order: worthless abysmal
    Seam Bowling: mediocre feeble
    Spin Bowling: mediocre exceptional
    Fielding: woeful abysmal

    thanks for the game tharmi
    I'll like to point out my worthless lower order saw off Hook, they faced 36 balls and scored 6 runs, well Clayton took most of the stike when Hook was bowling at the death, but still fair effort from my tail. Probably was the difference between the sides, Mike's lower got rolled for 6/23, whereas mine made 3/68.

    Probably the last time im going to play resp bats up the top of the order, against any half decent side they just get rolled for nothing, or two ducks like today. 2nd String bowling attack did ok, expect my debutant Cooksey, 0/52(10) & 0(11), might open with him next game and see if it makes a difference. My other debutant Rosenior got a duck as well.

    Thanks for the game Mike and well done on the exceptional spin bowling rating.
    Last edited by chaminda_00; 24-12-2006 at 03:06 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by andyc
    Yet another collapse-inspired win. It can't just be a coincidence that Fernando and Erasmus seem to always cause collapses, while they hardly ever happen to me.

    Edit: Just to expand on that, in my last 8 games, there's been 5 collapses caused by Fernando and Erasmus: 6/8, 4/0, 4/15, 5/7 (4/1), 5/15 (4/4).
    I've had these type of collapses caused by my bowlers in the last 10 games: 6/23(4/4), 6/13, 7/21(3/1), 4/2, 7/17(6/9), 4/8

    These were against my side: 4/12, 7/47, 4/1

    All the collapses caused by my bowlers have been from five different bowlers, really IMO you could bowl anyone at the death and they take you wickets against batsmen they are better or on par with.

    With my batting line up only four sides have got past my top 7 in the last couple games and two ran through my tail pretty easierly.

    I think there is a problem, but a lot has to do with the ineffectiveness of batsmen below resp and the fact that a lot of sides only have like 3 good batsmen. In a lot of matches if you get past them you get past the whole team.

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    Nothing special for me pop-wise...

    Joe Erasmus - 19 yo, BT Rating=11,611
    RH Batsman, RH Spin Bowler, superb batting form, superb bowling form, sublime
    A cautious player with feeble leadership skills and woeful experience.
    Stamina: respectable Wicket Keeping: worthless
    Batting: abysmal Concentration: abysmal
    Bowling: strong Consistency: competent
    Fielding: woeful
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    Only a bunch of convicts having been beaten 3-0 and gone 9 tests without a win and won just 1 in 11 against England could go into the home series saying they will win. England will win in Australia again this winter as they are a better side which they have shown this summer. 3-0 doesn't lie girls.

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    No Christmas pops for me

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    Merry Christmas!

    Battrick would like to wish you all a Merry Christmas and best wishes for the holidays.

    Unfortuantely, we also have to announce that the 20/20 games are going to be postponed for another season. We have experienced some behind the scenes technical difficulties in getting these up and running, so will have to postpone them until the end of next season. The FC subsidy will continue to be awarded till the end of the season.

    Typical.

  12. #2277
    Quote Originally Posted by AussieDominance
    Battrick would like to wish you all a Merry Christmas and best wishes for the holidays.

    Unfortuantely, we also have to announce that the 20/20 games are going to be postponed for another season. We have experienced some behind the scenes technical difficulties in getting these up and running, so will have to postpone them until the end of next season. The FC subsidy will continue to be awarded till the end of the season.

    Typical.
    Yep, one minute they tell you the fixtures will be up within 48 hours, then 72 hours later they're postponed for 18 weeks. Shambles.

    Allan will become synonymous with vaporware if he keeps this up.

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    OK this looks stupid but would it be worth buying this guy below.

    Gavin Fulton (452907)
    RH Batsman, RM Bowler, competent batting form, proficient bowling form, sublime
    A cautious player with proficient leadership skills and abysmal experience.

    Plays For: hazzard_hotrods
    Nationality: England
    Age: 19 Years Old
    Battrick Rating: 5,644
    Wages: £1,809 p/w

    Stamina: worthless Wicket Keeping: worthless
    Batting: worthless Concentration: worthless
    Bowling: strong Consistency: woeful
    Fielding: worthless

    and chucking him on a Fitness net till he hits Abysmal/Woeful?

    Would I make a big profit?

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    Haha, true BT form with the postponements. Don't make promises you're not going to live up to - it's simple. Anyway, got a couple of pops, expecting a few in the next 1-2 weeks:

    Ranjeet Bhutia - 17 yo, BT Rating=13,418
    RH Batsman, RF Bowler, superb batting form, superb bowling form, energetic
    A steady player with respectable leadership skills and abysmal experience.
    Stamina: respectable Wicket Keeping: worthless
    Batting: strong Concentration: mediocre
    Bowling: mediocre Consistency: abysmal
    Fielding: woeful

    Nelson Johnston - 21 yo, BT Rating=16,996
    RH Batsman, RH Spin Bowler, superb batting form, superb bowling form, energetic
    A steady player with feeble leadership skills and feeble experience.
    Stamina: feeble Wicket Keeping: worthless
    Batting: superb Concentration: respectable
    Bowling: abysmal Consistency: feeble
    Fielding: feeble
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    Got a few pops.

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    7. Nick Hodge (417627)
    RH Batsman, RFM Bowler, superb batting form, superb bowling form, sublime
    An attacking player with respectable leadership skills and abysmal experience.
    
    Plays For:	Central Districts
    Nationality:	Australia
    Age: 	22 Years Old
    Battrick Rating:	16,307 (+312)
    Wages:	£3,501 p/w
    Stamina: 	mediocre 	Wicket Keeping: 	worthless
    Batting: 	woeful 	Concentration: 	feeble
    Bowling: 	superb 	Consistency: 	respectable
    Fielding: 	competent
    Code:
    10. Will Viduka (536210)
    RH Batsman, RH Spin Bowler, superb batting form, superb bowling form, energetic
    A destructive player with abysmal leadership skills and abysmal experience.
    
    Plays For:	Central Districts
    Nationality:	Australia
    Age: 	19 Years Old
    Battrick Rating:	9,664 (+298)
    Wages:	£1,065 p/w
    Stamina: 	respectable 	Wicket Keeping: 	worthless
    Batting: 	feeble 	Concentration: 	abysmal
    Bowling: 	proficient 	Consistency: 	feeble
    Fielding: 	abysmal
    Code:
    Nigel Dylan (1032696)
    RH Batsman, RFM Bowler, strong batting form, strong bowling form, lively
    An attacking player with superb leadership skills and abysmal experience.
    
    Plays For:	Central Districts
    Nationality:	England
    Age: 	17 Years Old
    Battrick Rating:	6,023 (+673)
    Wages:	£1,011 p/w
    Stamina: 	mediocre 	Wicket Keeping: 	worthless
    Batting: 	proficient 	Concentration: 	mediocre
    Bowling: 	worthless 	Consistency: 	worthless
    Fielding: 	worthless
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        miraculously with the ball still caught in his scrotal area! Out!



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