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    Bell finally got out, and Ireland came in and immediately changed the game by smashing 27 off 2 overs. Should win from here.

    End of Over 41: 231-2, runrate=5.63, reqrunrate=5.67 (281-10)
    Lentin 6-0-35-0
    Camilleri* 41 (41 balls)
    Ireland 29 (20 balls)
    Last Wicket: Bell b. Smyth 114 (FOW: 186/2)
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    No chance of winning but at least we haven't been rolled in double figures like the last two games.

    End of Over 39: 217-5, runrate=5.56, reqrunrate=13.64 (366-2)
    Lucas 8-2-31-0
    Pine* 45 (57 balls)
    Makooi 39 (48 balls)
    Last Wicket: Mcmahon c. Maylett b. Settle 56 (FOW: 132/5)
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    	W	Morgan to Herd
    		Got him! Driven strongly down the ground by Herd, but plucked from the air by Morgan as he followed through after his delivery stride. Wonderful reflexes!
    Herd goes for one hell of an innings. Heads in and he needs to stick around and let Munroe do the hitting. Praying atm.
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    47.3 W Coppinger to Heads 
        Smacked the ball straight into the groin of Iwuajoku who has fallen over, 
        miraculously with the ball still caught in his scrotal area! Out!

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    Congrats to Andy's team winning in a bit of a tense match!


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    Damn, we didn't survive the 50

    And that's the end of the match. Domin8 won by 130 runs.
    Domin8 366-2
    Tawonga Tigers 236-10

    End of Over 43: 236-10, runrate=5.49
    Proffitt 7-1-31-6
    Makooi* 46 (56 balls)

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    Oh my god, that was a very close win. Canning is an absolute legend, up there with Michael Hussey. Came in at 4/50, which became 7/153 with no batsmen left, and he pulls it off, after he'd bowled 10 overs as well. Made his highest score too, though that maiden century is still proving elusive.

    Backyard Sloggers 198 (47.3)
    Erasmus 4/23 (8.3), Fernando 3/38 (9), Canning 2/38 (10)

    Magical Ponies 7/199 (44.1)
    Canning 92* (88), Tedstone 34 (37), Kilkenny 30 (44)

    Backyard Sloggers Magical Ponies
    Top Order: strong mediocre
    Middle Order: competent competent
    Lower Order: worthless abysmal
    Seam Bowling: respectable respectable
    Spin Bowling: competent competent
    Fielding: woeful abysmal

    Canning dismissing two of the top order, with the other being run out, while Fernando and Erasmus took their normal bucketload of wickets in the last 10 (went from 4/171 to 198 all out). Was not expecting that at all though, as I TIEed it to minimise the fitness hit from a loss. I remain 5th on the table, but now only one win behind the 4th team (these guys).
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    Was cruising to a win but had a massive collapse:

    42.4 W Shaw to Roscoe
    Awesome yorker right on target, Roscoe too late on the defensive shot, misses it, ball smashes the off stump out of the ground.
    42.3 W Shaw to Mason
    Out. A top edged pull shot is taken by Mallon diving to his left.
    42.2 W Shaw to Randall
    Oh what a catch! You won't see better this season. It looked a certain six but the lad plucked it out of the air at a full length dive!
    42.1 W Shaw to Mccoy
    Good lord, he's bowled him! What a lazy shot from Mccoy, he just wafted the bat at it and it's taken the inside edge and continued on to hit middle and leg.

    FFS

    End of Over 44: 242-7, runrate=5.50, reqrunrate=4.00 (265-8)
    Saville 7-1-27-0
    Falk* 32 (25 balls)
    Furlong 1 (6 balls)
    Last Wicket: Roscoe b. Shaw 0 (FOW: 238/7)
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    End of Over 46: 269-3, runrate=5.85, reqrunrate=3.50 (282-7)
    Jalil	8-0-45-1
    Munroe*	66 (54 balls)
    Heads	26 (18 balls)
    Crusing at the moment but jeez, I am worried about a pasag-style collapse at the moment.

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    i really need to bowl a pasag style collapse
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    Bah, lost again today, no thanks to another collapse of 7/46

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    Clapo's XI v Ringwood Rams (589904) 
    
    Date: 03/11/2006 Ground: Gabba 
    Pitch: Green Weather:  
     
    Clapo's XI won the toss and elected to bat. 
    First Innings of: Clapo's XI (play as normal)  
    Name   Runs Balls 4s 6s 
    Ludlow  c. Hutchinson b. Bevan 25 40 2 0 
    Nieuwenhuis   b. Boyce 56 121 2 2 
    Appleyard  c. Lucas b. Bevan 7 7 0 1 
    Stroud  c. Hutchinson b. Boyce 12 27 1 0 
    Taylor (*)(+) not  out 37 62 3 1 
    Meyer   b. Boyce 0 1 0 0 
    Tracey  lbw  b. Boyce 6 7 0 0 
    Walton  c. Hutchinson b. Richardson 0 1 0 0 
    Groves  c. Mills b. Richardson 0 1 0 0 
    Savage  c. Mbeki b. Boyce 0 5 0 0 
    Verhoeven  lbw  b. Hutchinson 1 5 0 0 
    Extras (10b, 8lb, 2w, 6nb) 26  
    Total (45.1 overs, 10 wickets) 170  
     
    FOW 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 
    Total 58 78 100 134 134 166 167 167 168 170 
    Batsman Out 1 3 4 2 6 7 8 9 10 11 
     
    Name O M R W nb wd 
    Hutchinson 7.1 0 29 1 1 0 
    Richardson 8 0 33 2 0 0 
    Bevan 10 2 39 2 2 1 
    West 10 0 29 0 2 0 
    Boyce 10 3 22 5 1 1 
    
    First Innings of: Ringwood Rams  
    Name   Runs Balls 4s 6s 
    Chambers.  c. Meyer b. Walton 2 10 0 0 
    Mills  c. Meyer b. Walton 67 83 6 1 
    Payne   b. Savage 1 2 0 0 
    West   b. Groves 24 28 3 0 
    Lucas (*)(+) c. Ludlow b. Groves 0 3 0 0 
    Shackell  not  out 48 81 5 0 
    Mbeki  lbw  b. Meyer 17 36 1 0 
    Hutchinson  lbw  b. Meyer 0 1 0 0 
    Boyce        
    Bevan        
    Richardson        
    Extras (2b, 2lb, 3w, 5nb) 12  
    Total (39.5 overs, 7 wickets) 171  
     
    FOW 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 
    Total 3 4 73 73 116 167 167    
    Batsman Out 1 3 4 5 2 7 8    
     
    Name O M R W nb wd 
    Savage 5 1 28 1 0 0 
    Walton 10 0 46 2 2 2 
    Meyer 10 0 40 2 2 1 
    Groves 9.5 0 37 2 1 0 
    Verhoeven 5 1 16 0 0 0
    At least i managed to get close time i spose. Ah well, back to the drawing board, cannot wait until next season, back to Div V, and a chance to get some wins on the board, and to rebuild my team
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    Had my first ever Battrick win, and boy was it comprehensive.

    El Alambique Veloz 7-258 (50)
    Abbott 129* (116)
    Banga 64 (90)

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    Daniel 2-66 (10)

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    wholy **** its happening on a hattrick

    48.2 W Oneil to Owen
    Did he fire that from a cannon? Sheer pace from Oneil does Owen all ends up and sends the stumps spinning away. Nothing more than a blur to Owen.
    48.1 W Oneil to Cleaver
    Pull shot straight into the hands of Fleming at square leg.

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    HATRICK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    48.3 W Oneil to Cahalane
    Cahalane gloves a short pitched ball to slip.
    48.2 W Oneil to Owen
    Did he fire that from a cannon? Sheer pace from Oneil does Owen all ends up and sends the stumps spinning away. Nothing more than a blur to Owen.
    48.1 W Oneil to Cleaver
    Pull shot straight into the hands of Fleming at square leg.

    End of Over 48: 268-6, runrate=5.58, reqrunrate=3.00 (273-4)
    Stevens 9-0-43-2
    Cleaver* 2 (3 balls)
    York 146 (134 balls)

    Last Wicket: Tandy b. Stevens 15 (FOW: 265/6)

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    And that's the end of the match. Central Districts won by 7 wickets.
    Sawady's 11	282-7
    Central Districts	283-3
    
    End of Over 48: 283-3, runrate=5.90
    Jalil	9-0-51-1
    Munroe*	71 (59 balls)
    Heads  	35 (25 balls)
    YES, so glad I won. Can't believe I chased that considering my dire batting this season. Herd played his greatest career innings in a pressure situation, and then Munroe and Heads came in late and smacked the ball around while running good singles.

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    4 in a row i did a pasag collapse YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSs

    And that's the end of the match. Viveash won by 5 runs.
    Viveash 273-4
    Victoria Titans 268-10


    End of Over 49: 268-10, runrate=5.47
    Oneil 9-0-62-5
    York* 146 (134 balls)



    48.4 W Oneil to Honey
    Attempted hook shot by Honey, goes straight up into the swirling wind. Berry calls off the other fielders and gets under it to take a marvellous catch. He covered a lot of ground to get there, great work.
    48.3 W Oneil to Cahalane
    Cahalane gloves a short pitched ball to slip.
    48.2 W Oneil to Owen
    Did he fire that from a cannon? Sheer pace from Oneil does Owen all ends up and sends the stumps spinning away. Nothing more than a blur to Owen.
    48.1 W Oneil to Cleaver
    Pull shot straight into the hands of Fleming at square leg.



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