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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobisback View Post
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    19.3 	W	Mcgreal to Beaumont
     	 	That's a beautiful hit down to fine leg, they should take a single here. Beaumont wants to come back for two, his partner says let's go. OH NO, IT'S A RUNOUT, Morrell claims a direct hit! And no runs will be given as the first run was short!
    Go and get ****ed you stupid ****ing game. My bowlers, who are so much better than his take nothing and get smashed about, and his ****ing ****s go for no runs and take my best bats. Such a ****ing **** game.

    Going to go on to the bugs board, make up some **** and get this week replayed.
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    End of Over 40: 175-3, runrate=4.38, reqrunrate=4.70 (221-10)
    Hamlin 10-0-45-1
    Hawkins* 5 (2 balls)
    Hicks 87 (122 balls)
    Last Wicket: Lunt c. Moloto b. Hamlin 31 (FOW: 170/3)

    Wouldn't mind a few quick wickets, otherwise they'll chase this.
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    49.1 6 Morrell to Stonebridge
    Fabulous catch on the boundary... but the umpire's signalled six! Robson put his foot over the boundary to take the catch!

    End of Over 49: 285-4, runrate=5.82, reqrunrate=1.00 (285-7)
    Robson 10-2-60-0
    Stonebridge* 105 (83 balls)
    Brinkhuys 108 (106 balls)
    Last Wicket: Beaumont Run Out 3 (FOW: 77/4)
    48.6 4 Robson to Brinkhuys
    Overpitched outside off stump and that's an open invitation to Brinkhuys to help himself, very nicely driven through cover, no need to run for that.
    48.5 1 Robson to Stonebridge
    Flicked around to wide mid wicket for a single.
    48.4 1 Robson to Brinkhuys
    Cuts a rising delivery away to third man.
    48.3 4 Robson to Brinkhuys
    Timed to perfection. You donít need to run for those.
    And that's a century for Brinkhuys! Well played indeed Sir!
    48.2 1 Robson to Stonebridge
    On leg stump and he flicks it away to fine leg.
    48.1 4 Robson to Stonebridge
    That's a great shot there by Stonebridge. He just stands and delivers; flicking it just behind square on the leg side, purely using only timing and the pace of the ball.
    And that's a century for Stonebridge! Well played indeed Sir!

    Who needs Beaumont? So amazing. So happy. Love this game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobisback View Post
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    19.3 	W	Mcgreal to Beaumont
     	 	That's a beautiful hit down to fine leg, they should take a single here. Beaumont wants to come back for two, his partner says let's go. OH NO, IT'S A RUNOUT, Morrell claims a direct hit! And no runs will be given as the first run was short!
    Go and get ****ed you stupid ****ing game. My bowlers, who are so much better than his take nothing and get smashed about, and his ****ing ****s go for no runs and take my best bats. Such a ****ing **** game.

    Going to go on to the bugs board, make up some **** and get this week replayed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clapo View Post
    Gah, would've almost given my left nut for a YP like BD. Can't believe you got 2 resps in 3 goes (assuming they're both your YPs?)
    I would've gotten 3 if I'd pulled right in the first week. Went for a keeper bat and got a med bat, comp-comp bowl. Was devo.

    Anyway, won my first match in Div 3 today thanks to some big performances especially from Coburn.

    Trouserhammers 10/173 (48.5)
    Conn 9.5-1-26-4
    Coburn 10-3-23-3

    Central Districts 3/177 (32)
    Dylan 76 (84)
    Coburn 62* (62)

    Trouserhammers CC Central Districts
    Top Order: exceptional wonderful
    Middle Order: competent remarkable
    Lower Order: abysmal feeble
    Seam Bowling: wonderful wonderful
    Spin Bowling: exquisite exceptional
    Fielding: competent competent

    177 on Batstats if I'm correct.
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    End of Over 48: 242-10, runrate=5.04
    Robinson 8-0-57-2
    Quintin* 76 (67 balls)

    Lucas, Ellis and Quintin got 50s. The rest got five runs plus 2 byes. Need a Jeithoon special to win this. Can't see him doing it with a worthless form, but pretty happy with the batting effort. Mind you if he bowled his gun bowler through we would have been rolled for under 150.

    EDIT: Hodge was 4th highest score with 4 runs, gun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chaminda_00 View Post
    EDIT: Hodge was 4th highest score with 4 runs, gun.
    He's a star.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adamc View Post
    Your fault for buying a defensive phenomenal bowler really. I sold Downer for the same reason.
    sold downer for similar reasons, just.
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    What form of cricket is this? What is this thread about? Sorry, but I dont want to read 7509 posts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jakester1288 View Post
    What form of cricket is this? What is this thread about? Sorry, but I dont want to read 7509 posts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jakester1288 View Post
    What form of cricket is this? What is this thread about? Sorry, but I dont want to read 7509 posts.
    Battrick is to cricket what futsal is to football. Or what futsal would be if the players were obliged to wear wing-tip shoes, dayglo orange bandanas and affect a thick Russian accent when appealing. Not that you appeal in futsal, but you get the idea.

    Bonus points for using Sean Connery's Russian accent; that makes it twice as likely for the appeal to succeed.

    I reckon nine posts til there's a serious answer, minimum.

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    Yeah, I'm stuffed:

    End of Over 15: 57-5, runrate=3.80
    Skuse 1-0-1-0
    Janes* 31 (41 balls)
    Oleary 0 (8 balls)
    Last Wicket: Alshaun c. Taggart b. Seneviratne 0 (FOW: 56/5)

    Only an Oleary berserk-o-tron special can save me now, and I don't see it happening on a H+F. Good job I spent that 2 mill on Boardley, too; a golden duck on OD debut to go with the majestic three in FC. I back him to come good, though. Like Ian Bell, he's got all the shots. *snerk*

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    The players are off the field for the break between innings.


    End of Over 50: 265-10, runrate=5.30
    Ross 9-0-55-2
    Castle* 81 (57 balls)


    Not a massive total, GFI'n as I always do against these guys.
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    Swamibapa Leeds CC won the toss and elected to field.
    Pitch: Green

    End of Over 1: 3-0, runrate=3.00, reqrunrate=4.53 (224-10)
    Ingham 1-0-3-0
    Steyn* 3 (5 balls)
    Clunnie 0 (1 balls)

    2 5 fers gives us an opp to get in an early away win against some big rivals...

    Also there is a chance of much improved ratings today.
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    End of Over 9: 51-1, runrate=5.67, reqrunrate=4.24 (224-10)
    Gerber 5-1-22-1
    Mclean* 11 (13 balls)
    Kepler 23 (23 balls)
    Last Wicket: Caldwell b. Gerber 15 (FOW: 23/1)

    Decent stuff on a PAN - usually GFI against this team (the one time I PAN'd I lost by 8 runs last time out) but after some superb death bowling from Turner (5/35), we're looking good to win this one comfortably.



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