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    Quote Originally Posted by trevor_vayro View Post
    Not clever boys! None of the three repachage matches have been arranged for this weekend, with only twelve hours to go until head-knocking-together time. Has anyone challenged anyone? Because unless I hear otherwise, then the home sides (Withington, Connells and Dalmeny), will lose by default, and Asterix, Central Districts and Anchormen will go through by default.

    Chop chop, clock's ticking! Trev
    I challenged Asterix before heading off for NYE. Either Tuesday evening or yesterday morning, I can't remember which.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trevor_vayro View Post
    Not clever boys! None of the three repachage matches have been arranged for this weekend, with only twelve hours to go until head-knocking-together time. Has anyone challenged anyone? Because unless I hear otherwise, then the home sides (Withington, Connells and Dalmeny), will lose by default, and Asterix, Central Districts and Anchormen will go through by default.

    Chop chop, clock's ticking! Trev
    I challenged Connells the day you sent me the BT-Mail.
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    Unfortunately, Adam's accepted my challenge

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    have challenged anchormen


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    Quote Originally Posted by dontcloseyoureyes View Post
    I challenged Connells the day you sent me the BT-Mail.
    Accepted. Sorry guys, I'm away at the moment. Hoping to see the NZ vs. WI ODI tomorrow. Weather forecast looking poor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeW View Post
    Challenged Clapo Tuesdayish.. still no confirmation.
    sorry mike, was away, didn't get net access till to late.
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    Ponting's ability to ton up in the first innings of a series should not be understated. So much pressure, so important. What a great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clapo View Post
    sorry mike, was away, didn't get net access till to late.
    Challenge me for this w.e if you wannt?
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    Asterix batting, 62/2 from 16 overs. The pitch is H&F and it's partially cloudy and humid out there.

    Not too displeased so far -- hopefully I'll restrict them to 200 before being bowled out for 30

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    Beat Dalmeny... was very lucky to actually accept the challenge actually. PFL is totally ****ed though.
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    End of Over 24: 148-0, runrate=6.17
    Batty 2-0-23-0
    Dylan* 69 (78 balls)
    Keane 77 (66 balls)

    Smashing Connell's at the moment.

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    Watkins picking up the pace, finally. Should get 250 as long as Ali doesn't take too much of the strike.

    End of Over 30: 130-2, runrate=4.33
    Hirst 10-2-60-1
    Watkins* 46 (40 balls)
    Ali 39 (78 balls)
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    End of Over 49: 270-10, runrate=5.51
    Ireland 9-0-53-5
    Shaka* 29 (26 balls)
    Innings sums up my side perfectly. No middle or lower order to speak of.

    That said, I should have enough with the ball to finish this.

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    Damn you, Watkins!

    274 is just too much to chase against an elite/elite attack, esp. with Sandwith going for just 4 runs. My previous best against Adam is 184/10.

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    Well, the lads kept up with the rate, but just couldn't keep their wickets intact.

    Asterix XI 274-6
    Withington Wonderers 171-10

    Arse. Another year, another season, another early exit from the CW Cup

    Ratings 176 for me, 255 for him, IIRC. Crushing.

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