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    Phew, there it is.

    Anchormen 3/300 beat Boggles 4/256 by 44 runs.

    MotM: Xolani for mine, invaluable contribution.

    Anywho - this takes me to the semis! For the first time in a while. Equals my best ever performance in the CW Cup (which I have done 3 times). Now I need a bit of luck in the next week, to 1) avoid Adam and 2) scrape through with so-so PFL. I have a massive OD game on Friday which I'll GFIing fo sho.
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    I look forward to your "wah wah campers" post when I knock you out, Rob.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dontcloseyoureyes View Post
    I look forward to your "wah wah campers" post when I knock you out, Rob.
    Meh. You would be the one with everything to lose. Sublime PFLs, versus my Friday fixture with a Div 1 FC side. I'm expecting to lose, whoever I come up against.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robertinho View Post
    Meh. You would be the one with everything to lose. Sublime PFLs, versus my Friday fixture with a Div 1 FC side. I'm expecting to lose, whoever I come up against.
    Not really. Despite your fixtures and whatever PFL (though my allrounder is nowhere near sublime, neither are a few of my other players) you're comfortably a better side than me in probably every facet bar maybe seam bowling.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dontcloseyoureyes View Post
    Not really. Despite your fixtures and whatever PFL (though my allrounder is nowhere near sublime, neither are a few of my other players) you're comfortably a better side than me in probably every facet bar maybe seam bowling.
    I wouldn't sell yourself short... you have a pretty good side and on your day (as seen as against Dwyer, and maybe even as far back as the last time you creamed me) you are pretty hard to beat.

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    QUARTER FINAL RESULTS

    Boggles lost to Anchormen by 45 Runs

    Anchormen 300/3: Shaw 101 (99), Bhutia 82* (79), Gray 65 (84), McMillan 48* (37): Bardle 2/58
    \Boggles 256/4: Chanderpaul 106 (106), Xolani 72 (137), Clemence 30 (31): Dyke 1/45, Mullis 1/61, Appleyard 1/70

    (Well done Rob for ramming my words back down my throat with interest! I feel Pete dropped a bit of a bollock in picking a H+F, when the only suit in which Pete had an overwhelming advantage over Rob was his bowling, and in particular his seam?!? Though ultimately it was Xolani's turgid bout of constipation at the top of the order which sealed Boggles' fate.

    Jaffna Jets beat Magical Ponies by 125 Runs

    Jaffna Jets 223/8: Muralitharan 59 (71), Lucas 58 (70), Cramar 40 (45), Samarasekera * 29* (37): Potgieter* 3/40, Canning 2/42, Nizamuddin* 2/47
    Magical Ponies 98 (30.2): Canning 34 (60), Terry 26 (29), Burger 13 (14): Sishayi 4/20 (8.2), Willetts*3/35 (7), Jeithoon 2/26 (7)

    Have to admit, at 59/3 I wouldn't have given Chaminda a Scooby of getting a win, but that was a quite remarkable middle/lower order recovery, to post a pretty formidable total - Given the bowlers and conditions. Though that all said, Andy's batting was toilet!

    Four Pillars and Poor Fillers lost to Central Districts by 179 Runs

    Central Districts 260 (46.): Keane 79 (90), Shaka 78* (73), Dylan 62 (48): Wikus 4/55, Coburn 3/36, Everett 3/47 (8)
    Four Pillars and Poor Fillers 81 (26.2): Beaumont 22 (30), Brinkhuys * 22* (43), Wilkinson 12 (21): Shaka 3/14 (6.2), Lambert 3/18 (7), Holt 3/21 (5)

    The battle of the uber allrounders turned out to be a route! Shaka put some Viagra into Smith's otherwise flaccid middle order, as well as taking wickets at key moments. Coburn, whilst bowling well against his former teammates, probably ended his new side's last shot at victory with his golden duck. (BTW Keane very strange choice for MOTM?!)

    Alternative XI lost to Asterix XI by 228 Runs

    Asterix XI 267/6: Whybrew ** 85 (105), Wilde 66* (61), Ashton 34 (33), Lancaster 30 (40): Mcintosh 2/29, Shafilshuna 2/36, Vincent 2/48
    Alternative XI 39 (12.3): Coe 16 (23), Vincent 9 (18), Handbury 8 (11): Lancaster 5/18 (6.3), Gradley 3/20 (6)

    This looked like a match for forty-odd overs - Then I remembered the conditions, and the fact that it was Adam! Still, good effort from Alters to keep Asterix under 5.5 an over, another sign that perhaps there could be a vulnerability in Adam's batting against better attacks in future rounds? Then again, when your bowling's that good, how good does your batting need to be in any case?

    SEMI FINAL DRAW

    Anchormen V Central Districts
    Jaffna Jets V Asterix XI

    Good Luck! Trev

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    Sweet Jeithoon gets a rest before the WC and likely playoff. Though Murali is the one that really needs a rest.
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    Pumped. Great write up, Trev.

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    Better than facing Adam, but by no means an easy game.

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    Cheers for the game F00lins. Just happy i got few wickets tbh.
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    Yeah, your bowlers didn't disgrace themselves, had us tied down for the first 30 overs or so.

    Not happy with Trev bad-mouthing my batting lineup tbh, will try to get a new batsman in before the weekend, or before the final in any case (if I get there).
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    End of Over 50: 242-3, runrate=4.84
    Lambert 10-0-42-0
    Bhutia* 64 (56 balls)
    Mcmillan 29 (23 balls)
    Last Wicket: Wolfenden c. Lambert b. Hyde 4 (FOW: 178/3)

    Bit too far out of my reach unless Dylan and Keane put on 150+

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    End of Over 31: 168-0, runrate=5.42, reqrunrate=3.95 (242-3)
    Mcmillan 6-0-21-0
    Dylan* 91 (99 balls)
    Keane 75 (87 balls)

    Well well....

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    You would lose with the old ME.
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    Still will now.

    36.3 W Mcmillan to Dylan
    Well that's a suicidal piece of running between the wickets. Dylan really had no chance of making that run.

    Nice way to get out on 97, suicidal run. Stupid.

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