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    End of Over 46 (10 runs). Magical Ponies: 165-3, runrate=3.59
    Trail by 87 runs. (Bundy All-Stars 252-10)
    Wallis 9-0-38-1
    Griffin* 67 (118 balls)
    Canning 52 (68 balls)
    Last Wicket: Burger lbw b. Wallis 35 (FOW: 54/3)

    Need this partnership to stay together for as long as possible, so far so good.
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    my boys love chasing leather all day lol

    End of Over 142 (1 runs). Morir: 646-5, runrate=4.55
    Mulhern 35-2-138-2
    Tšeliso* 348 (399 balls)
    Dance 36 (104 balls)

    Last Wicket: Fisher b. Mulhern 53 (FOW: 542/5)
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    The players are off the field for lunch.

    End of Over 58 (12 runs). Magical Ponies: 214-3, runrate=3.69
    Trail by 38 runs. (Bundy All-Stars 252-10)
    Garner 1-0-12-0
    Griffin* 92 (164 balls)
    Canning 74 (95 balls)
    Last Wicket: Burger lbw b. Wallis 35 (FOW: 54/3)

    Great session for me, put on almost 150 at more than 4 an over. Griffin looking to make the first Ponies FC century.

    Edit: Knew that'd happen.

    60.4 W Crouch to Griffin
    Driven to Teece at short cover, brilliant catch low to his left. Excellent field placement there.

    Out for 96

    Edit: Gahhhh dire. Canning and Terry go in consecutive overs. Only Farmer and Tedstone left now, and I'm still trailing by 14.
    Last edited by andyc; 02-10-2007 at 08:17 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobisback View Post
    Sheesh, i put shame on the Four Pillars and Poor Fillers name, my worst bowler is Strong-Feeble, though my worst batters are Respectable-Feeble and Proficient-Woeful. Although i have a Respectable-Mediocre bat being trained, not yet ready PFL wise to get into the first XI.
    Hahaha, well, I'm going down the "Long-term players or fillers" path. So basically, I plan for everyone in my team who's decent to be there in a few seasons.

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    Heh. Must make for some great dressing-room spirit . I s'pose though, in higher leagues that's pretty much true anyway - a proficient at high levels is going to be pretty much as rubbish as a competent, so there's little point having higher-grade filler anyway. Whereas down here in V it does actually make quite a bit of difference, since even my atrocious comp/med types manage a few wickets here and there.
    Haha, yep, great team atmosphere. But that was my rationale - why spend money on a prof or a strong when they're really not going to make that big a difference? I basically won't buy someone unless they're a serious young prospect or good enough to make a big difference. It sort of means that any improvement I make is long-lasting, as opposed to me buying a strong bowler and suddenly upping my ratings, but not really having a huge impact.

    Quote Originally Posted by andyc View Post
    The players are off the field for lunch.

    End of Over 58 (12 runs). Magical Ponies: 214-3, runrate=3.69
    Trail by 38 runs. (Bundy All-Stars 252-10)
    Garner 1-0-12-0
    Griffin* 92 (164 balls)
    Canning 74 (95 balls)
    Last Wicket: Burger lbw b. Wallis 35 (FOW: 54/3)

    Great session for me, put on almost 150 at more than 4 an over. Griffin looking to make the first Ponies FC century.

    Edit: Knew that'd happen.

    60.4 W Crouch to Griffin
    Driven to Teece at short cover, brilliant catch low to his left. Excellent field placement there.

    Out for 96
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    After a shocking Day 1, where we bowled and only had them 8/313, we've bounced back some:

    End of Over 39 (11 runs). Anchormen: 189-2, runrate=4.85
    Trail by 136 runs. (Danny Buckingham XI 325-10)
    Walton 4-0-27-0
    Bhutia* 103 (137 balls)
    Gray 82 (95 balls)
    Last Wicket: Wolfenden c. Mulvaney b. Purse 0 (FOW: 0/2)

    The first day was shocking. I am resting Mcmillan, Mulholland & Mullis, so I expected my bowling to be a bit substandard, but geez - 325 runs against these guys. Ralph was... solid, with 29-20-25-6 Today has been good, though. Bhutia with his maiden FC ton, Gray looks solid and likely to post back-to-back FC tons. All at a RR fast approaching 5.

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    i am still chasing the red leather around. wonder if he is a bot!

    End of Over 160 (4 runs). Morir: 749-5, runrate=4.68
    Convery 22-3-78-2
    Tšeliso* 410 (446 balls)
    Dance 73 (166 balls)

    Last Wicket: Fisher b. Mulhern 53 (FOW: 542/5)

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    Quote Originally Posted by bugssy View Post
    i am still chasing the red leather around. wonder if he is a bot!

    End of Over 160 (4 runs). Morir: 749-5, runrate=4.68
    Convery 22-3-78-2
    Tšeliso* 410 (446 balls)
    Dance 73 (166 balls)

    Last Wicket: Fisher b. Mulhern 53 (FOW: 542/5)
    If it was a bot you would've won the game by now. Chances are it's just a team that's a lot better than you.

    Absolutely dire display from the lower middle order in my game. Was coasting at 3/221, then fell to all out for 247, 5 runs behind them. Terry (6), Farmer (2) and Tedstone (7) all crumbled. Really annoyed with Terry, need to find the right position and orders for him fast, cause he seems to be pretty useless otherwise, despite being quality/superb.

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    Much better performance from my team this week. Bowled out Asian All-Stars and im currently 3/304, with Mansfield and Tucker hitting their maiden FC tons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andyc View Post
    If it was a bot you would've won the game by now. Chances are it's just a team that's a lot better than you.

    Absolutely dire display from the lower middle order in my game. Was coasting at 3/221, then fell to all out for 247, 5 runs behind them. Terry (6), Farmer (2) and Tedstone (7) all crumbled. Really annoyed with Terry, need to find the right position and orders for him fast, cause he seems to be pretty useless otherwise, despite being quality/superb.
    oh ok cool thanks for that!

    The players are off the field for the change of innings.


    End of Over 172 (7 runs). Morir: 807-5, runrate=4.69
    Deacon 47-4-191-1
    Dance* 101 (206 balls)
    Tšeliso 437 (481 balls)

    Last Wicket: Fisher b. Mulhern 53 (FOW: 542/5)

    End of Over 5 (Maiden). caves_beachcc: 17-0, runrate=3.40
    Trail by 790 runs. (Morir 807-5 dec)
    Britton 3-1-11-0
    Schofield* 14 (19 balls)
    Skipper 2 (11 balls)

    only 790 to go lol

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    End of Over 47 (1 runs, 3lb). caves_beachcc: 121-5, runrate=2.57
    Trail by 686 runs. (Morir 807-5 dec)
    Everett 7-0-21-1
    Tyler* 34 (87 balls)
    Mulhern 1 (43 balls)

    Last Wicket: Mohjuddin c. Britton b. Davenport 11 (FOW: 102/5)

    getting smashed

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    Fairly even day I suppose, though he'd probably be the happier of the two given my first session.

    Bundy All-Stars 252 (86.3)
    Canning 7/25 (20), Fernando 3/52 (13.3)

    Magical Ponies 247 (70.3)
    Griffin 96 (171), Canning 85 (117), Burger 35 (69)

    Bundy All-Stars 5/158 (62.0)
    Canning 3/22 (17), Tedstone 1/37 (12), Potgieter 1/39 (9)

    That's a lead of 163, really don't want to be chasing anything over 220 or so. His two best bats are out though, so hopefully we can bundle them out early on tomorrow. Should be a close game nonetheless.

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    I'm going to go for a draw this match, bowled him out for 365, but am trailing by 125.



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