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    lost two wickets since tha above post


    End of Over 47 (4 runs). Alternative XI: 219-4, runrate=4.66
    Trail by 137 runs. (Big Dog Sloggers 356-9 dec)
    Peyton 13-0-42-2
    Dangasela* 9 (9 balls)
    Worthington 0 (1 balls)
    Last Wicket: Bullivant b. Peyton 101 (FOW: 219/4)
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    Progressing nicely this morning:

    End of Over 46 (8 runs, 1b). The Heath CC: 247-0, runrate=5.37
    Lead by 28 runs. (Jacksons Giants 219-10)
    Walton 14-1-101-0
    Grant* 114 (152 balls)
    Bartlett 119 (131 balls)

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    Assuring myself a day 3 match now.

    End of Over 51 (3 runs). Alternative XI: 231-4, runrate=4.53
    Trail by 125 runs. (Big Dog Sloggers 356-9 dec)
    Peyton 15-1-45-2
    Dangasela* 19 (23 balls)
    Worthington 2 (11 balls)
    Last Wicket: Bullivant b. Peyton 101 (FOW: 219/4)

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    Day Two

    Brackenhurst - 464/3 dec off 79 overs
    Hamlin 144* (123)
    Burnip 130 (167)
    Browne 68* (49)
    Hindle 65 (86)
    Abeey 46 (52)

    Bardon Wests CC - 425/10 off 116 overs
    Tandy 107 (155)
    Holmes 3/63 (21)
    Smart 3/114 (31)
    Lake 2/108 (27)
    Hindle 1/44 (19)
    Moncur 1/66 (18)

    Brackenhurst - 140/0 off 25 overs
    Hindle 68* (81)
    Burnip 54* (71)


    Just want to start by saying how much I love my side. These guys have so many better batsmen and we plug and plug away until we get all our bowling points AND keep the run-rate down AND get a first-innings lead. Smart was immense today, taking three huge wickets and Holmes did very well aswell. Going the bash tomorrow morning and then going to have a bowl again. You never know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nnanden View Post

    Just want to start by saying how much I love my side. These guys have so many better batsmen and we plug and plug away until we get all our bowling points AND keep the run-rate down AND get a first-innings lead. Smart was immense today, taking three huge wickets and Holmes did very well aswell. Going the bash tomorrow morning and then going to have a bowl again. You never know.
    Good on ya mate, have been following your game and your boys have done really well so far - I'll be rooting for you to get the win on the final day!

    As for my guys...

    End of Over 59 (2 runs, 1lb). The Heath CC: 317-0, runrate=5.37
    Lead by 98 runs. (Jacksons Giants 219-10)
    Guppy 16-3-54-0
    Grant* 148 (194 balls)
    Bartlett 152 (168 balls)

    And Grant has just brought up his 150 from the first ball of the 60th over. Doesn't look like Kepler will get that much of a bat at this rate - declaration target is set for 500 but Jacksons Giants don't look like taking a wicket.

    (Cue wicket falling any moment now. My money's on Grant.)

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    Bowled my bot out for 4 in their second innings.

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    krayzie02 second innings - 4

    One of the four runs was an extra as well
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    ...and there's the win, by an innings and 121 runs. Brooker, who was clearly getting bored out there, took four in an over (126/4 to 126/8) to expose the ferrets. Then, evidently narked at Carter's lack of penetration, came back and wiped them out in consecutive balls.

    The extra day's recovery time will be most welcome.

    I get to play this bunch next week as well, on my home patch. I'll probably set it up for a short match, and go almost full-strength. Either that, or rest two bowlers.

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


    End of Over 148 (Maiden). Rudgelevens: 569-10, runrate=3.84
    Lead by 437 runs. (BEST Indies 132-10)
    Bell 31-5-125-2
    Pretorius* 120 (177 balls)

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    Feeling pretty smug right now, as I've judged it almost perfectly today.

    Jacksons Giants: 219/10
    The Heath CC: 502/2dec (103) Grant 186, Bartlett 170, Kepler 67*, Gibson 50*
    Jacksons Giants: 50/5 (20) Woods 4/20 (10), Westwood 1/15 (8)

    The declaration target was just right, enabling Gibson to get his 50 and finishing the innings without giving away a bowling point, leaving us 20 overs to make early inroads. In the first innings, Woods single-handedly reduced Jacksons Giants to 19/4. Today, with a little help from Westwood, Jacksons Giants were reeling at 14/5. Their last two recognised batsmen put on a bit of a recovery but with Woods hopefully at sublime and set to very attacking tomorrow, we should wrap it up quickly for maximum points to take us up to 2nd in the league.

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    Tense day ahead for the Tigers. We're behind by over 100 runs with 7 wickets to get. If we can get the rest for 100 today we may be in a shot to win, but have set my openers and #6, 7 to defensive just in case we need to bat a draw.

    Gleeson set to very attacking and should be bowling first up today.
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    End of Over 6 (1 runs). Tawonga Tigers: 12-1, runrate=2.00 (1st Inn: 286-10)
    Trail by 220 runs. (Sex Pistols 372-10 & 146-10)
    Hunukumbura 3-0-3-1
    Siyabonga* 5 (9 balls)
    Rhodes 3 (23 balls)
    Last Wicket: Thomson c. Mason b. Hunukumbura 2 (FOW: 3/1)

    Thomson with another failure. He's a prof/feeb bat and can't muster more than 2 runs in 2 innings. Dire.

    Our bowlers put us in with a chance. Now I hope we can get the target within a day.

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    19.1 W Erasmus to Macken
    Macken has gone down the pitch, but the ball has turned sharply leaving Macken stranded. Nomvete has no hesitation in whipping the bails off.

    End of Over 19 (Maiden). Para Hills XI: 109-0, runrate=5.74 (1st Inn: 252-10)
    Trail by 176 runs. (Magical Ponies 537-10)
    Drench 2-1-7-0
    Macken* 46 (46 balls)
    Heard 50 (72 balls)

    Need wickets fast if I'm going to win tbh. Proud of Nomvete though, he's a worthless keeper.

    Edit: Razzle Dazzle and Nommers on fire

    19.6 W Erasmus to Heard
    Straightforward outside edge into Nomvete's gloves.
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    Batsmen are dominating. They have about 67 overs to chase about 440 now. Awesome batting by 'Hurst.

    End of Over 69 (2 runs). Brackenhurst: 402-1, runrate=5.83 (1st Inn: 464-3 dec)
    Lead by 441 runs. (Bardon Wests CC 425-10)
    Mpilo 19-1-66-1
    Burnip* 174 (201 balls)
    Abbey 123 (115 balls)

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    End of Over 24 (5 runs). Tawonga Tigers: 97-2, runrate=4.04 (1st Inn: 286-10)
    Trail by 135 runs. (Sex Pistols 372-10 & 146-10)
    Thabethe 3-0-13-1
    Siyabonga* 54 (61 balls)
    Weerappuli 2 (1 balls)
    Last Wicket: Rhodes c. Mills b. Thabethe 30 (FOW: 95/2)

    Touch and go for our guys. Likely to head for a draw, good chance we'll win, slight chance we'll lose. Anything could happen. Stay tuned.



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