Update on that - send it to email@example.com, the .uk address isn't working apparently.Originally Posted by Adamc
Originally Posted by chaminda_00
I'm sure Adam won't mind me copying this over from Jumpers For Wickets:
Minimum no. of members required to cover the 1,500 p/w cost of hiring PRs (again, assuming ecstatic confidence, so the actual figure may be higher):
1 PR: 487 members
2 PR: 603
3 PR: 750
4 PR: 943
5 PR: 1205
6 PR: 1584
7 PR: 2179
8 PR: 3250
9 PR: 5750
10 PR: 18250
For financial advisors:
1 0.95% £157,895
2 1.80% £176,471
3 2.55% £200,000
4 3.20% £230,769
5 3.75% £272,727
6 4.20% £333,333
7 4.55% £428,571
8 4.80% £600,000
9 4.95% £1,000,000
8 4.80% £1,635,417
7 4.55% £1,725,275
6 4.20% £1,869,048
5 3.75% £2,093,334
4 3.20% £2,453,125
3 2.55% £3,078,432
2 1.80% £4,361,112
1 0.85% £8,263,158
Edited to include adjustment for 1 PR
Only thing that needs to be changed with the PR table is that the minimum members for 1 PR should be 487 instead of 0. I had originally assumed that 0 PRs would give you 0 income but this is probably not the case (haven't had anyone test it with 0 PRs to verify this though).
Thanks SP, might put that on my excel for future reference.
The man, the mountain, the Mathews. The greatest all rounder since Keith Miller. (Y)
Jaffna Jets CC (Battrick & FTP)
RIP WCC and CW Cricket
Member of the MSC, JMAS and CVAAS
Anyon fancy a friendly this week?
Not fussed if I'm home or away, I'll be resting Umar and Rhodes though.
you'd have to be extremely lucky to get a rollover in IVOriginally Posted by Kweek
*grin*Originally Posted by superkingdave
If you end up in IV.26, be afraid. At the start, it contained Dead Men Walking (an early gun team), Sky Blues (cup runner-up I think and should be in the CC next season), and me (who'll hopefully be in II next season). It still contains some pretty good teams, three of whom would do pretty well in III. In fact, The Great Unwashed are still in the cup, and one of the lowest teams still in it.
I know, but im in V because I didn't spend any time at battrick for 2 seasons...now im totally addicted again
well if anyone needs me to watch their game for them im home all day or till later in the afternoon at least but ive just had a look at andy's game and he is currently in a spot of bother
End of Over 6: 14-4, runrate=2.33
Thatcher* 1 (6 balls)
Kilkenny 9 (14 balls)
Last Wicket: Sutton c. Wallace b. Ocallaghan 0 (FOW: 9/4)
Playing a league match against another CWer atm.
2/222 after 42 overs against Pasag's side, batting first. Pretty comfortable here, should break my losing streak.
I know a place where a royal flush
Can never beat a pair
Not looking good here, should end my winning streak.
Rest In Peace Craigos
it's still chasable pasag
Camilleri reaches 50 off 41. Looking at 275+
End of Over 48: 242-10, runrate=5.04
Meyer* 57 (53 balls)
My last 3 batsmen lasted a total of 5 balls between them......
Half centuries to Ludlow, Taylor & Meyer got me to 242, unfortunately for Meyer he just ran out of partners in the end, otherwise i'm sure a 260 scoreline was gettable, especially seeing as He'd just hit a 6 two balls before the final two wickets fell.
He'll have to back up now & hopefully my bowlers can snatch glory from yet another stronger team.
Finished up with 3/291. My biggest team score, and first individual century from Bell.
If Elmes gets out early, Pasag's stuffed.
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