The players are off the field for the change of innings.
End of Over 69 (Maiden). Upper St XI: 164-10, runrate=2.38
Trail by 3 runs. (BEST Indies 167-10)
Creasey* 0 (14 balls)
Going to make an interesting game.
Welcome back to Headingley Gymkhana for day 3 of the match between Swamibapa Leeds CC and The Ex-Cel Lads. The match is back under way, so lets get straight to our commentary team.
End of Over 12 (2 runs). The Ex-Cel Lads: 30-3, runrate=2.50 (1st Inn: 184-10)
Trail by 443 runs. (Swamibapa Leeds CC 405-2 & 252-2)
Atkins* 20 (33 balls)
Pouton 2 (3 balls)
Last Wicket: Hunter b. Nkosinathi 1 (FOW: 28/3)
Fiery spell from Nkosinathi this morning
3-1-9-3 so far
ended his spell wiuth figures of
Cherry with two more wickets as Excel slide to 64/6
17/07/2008 Sold Kevin Tucker The Hooligans £2,900,000 17,415
17/07/2008 Sold Julian Varney Bowled a Maiden Over £15,000,000 148,725
02/06/2008 Bought Julian Varney slater £12,509,273 130,289
26/05/2008 Bought Kevin Tucker Spurs Magic £1,904,645 14,480
Cant complain. 18m in a the bank, with a few players in my sight. Will probably blow most of it on the one player though.
Originally Posted by Partyush
Great win for us, might stay round in V this time round.Code:BEST Indies 167/10 (55.5) Fordham 110 off 113 Upper St XI 164/10 (68.1) Ross 20-8-36-3 BEST Indies 250/10 (76.4) Donaghey 63 off 96 Upper St XI 138/10 (56.3) Ross 18-7-19-6
5. Marc Hendrie £11,040,809 (Four Pillars and Poor Fillers)
Plays for: DaveMohammed_XI Stamina: superb W/Keeping: worthless
Age: 23 years old Batting: wonderful Concentration: quality
BT Rating: 105,335 Bowling: wonderful Consistency: sensational
Deadline: 18/07/2008 18:06 Fielding: woeful
Hoping to get this guy, or this guy as a backup:
8. Dennis Everett £8,000,000 (Bossanove)
Plays for: NotMU Stamina: superb W/Keeping: abysmal
Age: 26 years old Batting: abysmal Concentration: proficient
BT Rating: 73,957 Bowling: sensational Consistency: wonderful
Deadline: 19/07/2008 11:46 Fielding: mediocre
I find it a tad funny I trained a player from comp/worth (both bat and bowl) to be better then Hendrie at the same age and your going to send $10 mil plus on him.
I'll send you a cookie basket tbh.
The one, the only CW Black
Code: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!
Easy win and even managed to draw it out to a third day to pay for my stadium expansion.
Shamone! 26 all out (Skalding 6-10, Marsh 4-11)
Connells 1201-6 declared (Huddlestone 455*, Cooper 392, Heskey 127, Pine 99)
Shamone! 63 all out (Skalding 4-8)
Fascist Dictator of the Heath Davis Appreciation Society
Supporting Petone's Finest since the very start - Iain O'Brien
Adam Wheater - Another batsman off the Essex production line
Also Supporting the All Time #1 Batsman of All Time Ever - Jacques Kallis and the much maligned Peter Siddle.
Vimes tells it how it is:
Drew my match with Doobie Bombers. Took 18 wickets but conceded too many runs. Now third in the table after earning eleven points.
Messi scores on the rebound.
Founder of ESAS - Edgar Schiferli, the best associate bowler
A follower of the schools of Machiavelli, Bentham, Locke, Hobbes, Sutcliffe, Bradman, Lindwall, Miller, Hassett and Benaud
Member of JMAS, DMAS, FRAS and RTDAS
when you're winning, you have friends
scores and dozens, real friends
when you're winning, never lonely
when you keep winning
Had my first draw in ages yesterday (usually either thrash or get thrashed). Basically I was resting about half my team so when the opposition got 430 first dig I got a bit worried and raised my declaration target thinking they're a good side and I didn't want to declare early, but I batted too long made, 852 and only had them six wickets down for 158 at the close of day three, so close
Forgot to rest my current players for today's game, Elmes currenty on 157 off 109 and we've just got to 300 off 40 overs for the loss of two wickets against SKW, a side I've played probably 20 times over the years.
Rest In Peace Craigos
End of Over 43: 232-4, runrate=5.40
Fry* 77 (117 balls)
Knightley 0 (0 balls)
Last Wicket: Maccallum c. Herd b. Conn 49 (FOW: 232/4)
Will be a tough chase unless Lambert and Conn absolutely clean it up right now.
End of Over 50: 283-9, runrate=5.66
Fry* 108 (137 balls)
Robertson 0 (0 balls)
Last Wicket: Clay c. Dylan b. Lambert 4 (FOW: 283/9)
49.6 W Lambert to Clay
Short, wide and cracked straight to a gleeful cover point. Clay is absolutely disgusted with himself and rightly so.
49.5 4 Lambert to Clay
Delicious follow through as the ball races for four, his dad would be proud of that one.
49.4 W Lambert to Daniels
Advanced, picked up straight to Dylan at mid on for an easy catch.
49.3 W Lambert to Herbert
Brilliant! Fantastic bowling! Perfectly pitched off cutter, through the gate and Herbert has lost his off stump! Just look at Lambert, you'd think he won the lottery!
49.2 W Lambert to Allott
Short pitched delivery, Allott attempts to pull, thick top edge sends the ball straight up. Conn stands under it and takes a comfortable catch.
49.1 1 Lambert to Fry
Worked around the legs towards deep mid wicket.
Hilarious last over gives Lambert his first 5 of the season and me a reasonable target to chase. Should be very interesting.
3.3 W Herbert to Keane3.4 W Herbert to Campbell
Yes! No arguments about that LBW decision.
3.3 W Herbert to Keane
On his toes and off he goes! Herbert delivers a perfect yorker and Keane is back in the pavilion!
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