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    End of Over 45 (1 runs). Barrocon: 140-5, runrate=3.11 (1st Inn: 361-10)
    Lead by 134 runs. (Dynamo Morpork 367-4 dec)

    Three wickets in 9 overs and their No. 7 has a career average of 5. The other batsman in is an 18yo in training and thus struggling with PFL.

    Might take 22 points after all.
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    Ended up losing by 10 wickets, despite Sandwith's best efforts -- think he managed 250 not out over two innings, out of 390ish.

    Last time I go for a dusty pitch in sunny weather -- batsmen above a certain level, once in, seem absolutely impossible to shift.

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    Day Three - End of Match

    LeBon Rockets 185 (Bardle 57/4, Laws 73/4)
    Jamees 999ers 460/3 dec (Snodin 233*(236), Fillery 146(210)
    LeBon Rockets 289 (Bardle 58/7)
    Jamees 999ers 17/0 (Snodin 10*)

    Jamees 999ers win by 10 wickets.

    Jamees 999ers 22 points
    LeBon Rockets 1 point
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    Or something.

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    Birchwood CC: 304 (105) Talbot 3/70, Liddle 2/38
    The Heath CC: 407/6dec (73) Kepler 133, Gardiner 80, Grant 63
    Birchwood CC: 196 (60.5) Liddle 5/70
    The Heath CC: 97/6 (20.4) Kepler 46*

    The Heath CC win by 4 wickets (22 points)

    Bit close for comfort in the end, glad I wasn't around to watch it. My bowlers did a great job of cleaning up the tail this morning, but I'd set my batsmen to attacking just incase the bowlers had laboured a bit and we needed to score quick runs to win. As it was, my guys had plenty of time to win, threw their wickets away, and it's only because of prof/prof Kepler that we managed to chase down the total.

    Apart from a slightly shoddy ending, I'm really pleased with the way the game has turned out. It's been very competitive, my tactics have worked and I managed to get all three days worth of income along with a victory with maximum bonus points.

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    can i just say with girlfriends and bt or ht, i sometimes plan stuff around transfer deadlines. yeah, that gets her pretty ****ty...
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    Ended up drawing my match. Bowled them out again in a day but not for a low amount whihc I had hoped. Weerappuli took a massive PFL hit and won't be playing for a couple of weeks.
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    Hard fought eight wicket win.

    Think I'm pretty much consigning myself to relegation in one-day, which I can probably live with. The fitness status in the first eleven: 6 energetic, 1 invigorated (allrounder), 3 lively (all bowlers), 1 sublime (the one who didn't bat today).

    At this rate, I might consider splashing some cash on a superb bowler. Can you get one of those at 2 million?

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    Playing the number one team in my league today at home. Will be hoping to make 200 and maybe take a wicket or two.
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    Failed to spin out my match to three days, so spent Thursday reading about the Great England Transfer Controversy, wherein some idiot who wanted to quit decided to sell his entire team, and buy the most expensive players he could with the proceeds, then fire them. The transfers were subsequently reversed and the players reinstated, leaving the two sellers (Jon_Boy and Pob) somewhat shafted - particularly the former, because he'd spent the proceeds and is now staring at bankruptcy through no fault of his own.

    Naturally, there's now a parade of idiots lining up to blame the sellers for the whole farrago. It's quite entertaining, if you like to watch trainwrecks in progress. Was quite surprised to discover that GMs frequently alter the amounts of transfers they think are unreasonable, however. Seems like a pretty dubious practice.

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    Wow, pretty full-on.

    Decision to open with Bardle doesn't pay off, departs for two.

    Haha, now Hindle is gone to a clanger. 4/2. Be lucky to make 100.

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    End of Over 15: 94-1, runrate=6.27
    Morgan 1-0-2-1
    Siyabonga* 1 (1 balls)
    Thomson 46 (44 balls)
    Last Wicket: Stannage lbw b. Morgan 39 (FOW: 93/1)

    Stannage just got out. A good opening partnership by the two new Tigers.

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    Thoroughly hopeless. Was always going to be outplayed, but not to make it to 100? First innings up soon. Wicket or two'd be nice when we bowl.

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    Having a shocker. PFL no doubt playing its part.

    End of Over 20: 83-1, runrate=4.15
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    End of Over 24: 141-0, runrate=5.88
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    Keogh 69 (80 balls)

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