definite facepalm moment...
definite facepalm moment...
End of Over 29 (Maiden, 4lb). Killers CC: 138-0, runrate=4.76
Overs left today: 81
Hughes* 66 (84 balls)
Siems 61 (90 balls)
Weak opposition, should win comfortably.
Deccy'd 4/452 and have them 1/45 after 23.
Their team is complete **** against me now, at the start of the season we weren't beating them to the extend we are now.
Won my FC.
Posted 4/452, declared and rolled them for 117 and 158.
Justin Murdock - 20 yo, BT Rating=39,592, Wage=£14,393
A destructive RH batsman and a destructive RFM bowler. He has mediocre leadership skills and feeble experience. He has no preference and no trait.
He currently has superb batting form, superb bowling form and lively fitness.
Stamina: mediocre Wicket Keeping: worthless
Batting: exceptional Concentration: strong
Bowling: mediocre Consistency: abysmal
Fantastic young trainee. Two weeks from sensational. Listed for 2mil. Early bids appreciated.
member of Liverpool FC and Melbourne City
Lee Carey - 18 yo, BT Rating=20,374, Wage=£1,733
An attacking RH batsman and an attacking RM bowler. He has worthless leadership skills and woeful experience. He has no preference and no trait.
He currently has proficient batting form, mediocre bowling form and lively fitness.
Stamina: superb Wicket Keeping: worthless
Batting: superb Concentration: proficient
Bowling: worthless Consistency: abysmal
Owen Verma - 17 yo, BT Rating=8,186, Wage=£720
A cautious RH batsman and a steady RFM bowler. He has competent leadership skills and worthless experience. He has no preference and no trait.
He currently has proficient batting form, abysmal bowling form and invigorated fitness.
Stamina: mediocre Wicket Keeping: competent
Batting: proficient Concentration: competent
Bowling: abysmal Consistency: abysmal
Carey can come off the stamina net now, I have Caulfield on Strong stamina who could use the 2-3 more weeks required to finish his stamina off.
Now on a 11-0 OD record for the season. I must surely have the weakest of all the Div 5 leagues.
43. Prateek Sethuraman - 17 yo, BT Rating=10,077, Wage=£487
A defensive LH batsman and a defensive LFM bowler. He has mediocre leadership skills and worthless experience. He has no preference and no trait.
He currently has proficient batting form, strong bowling form and invigorated fitness.
Stamina: mediocre Wicket Keeping: mediocre
Batting: respectable Concentration: proficient
Bowling: abysmal Consistency: feeble
Coming along nicely. Now my first choice keeper batting wise, will probably keep him netted heavily all next season then get him into the first XI the season after.
Pearson, a product of my academy, becomes my 9th player to superb stamina. Sutton is 2 weeks away from becoming the 10th.
Sammy Pearson - 20 yo, BT Rating=65,205, Wage=£16,698
A destructive RH batsman and a destructive RFM bowler. He has respectable leadership skills and competent experience. He has no preference and no trait.
He currently has proficient batting form, superb bowling form and sublime fitness.
Stamina: superb Wicket Keeping: quality
Batting: wonderful Concentration: wonderful
Bowling: worthless Consistency: competent
End of Over 40: 169-3, runrate=4.23, reqrunrate=7.20 (240-5)
Mcclaren* 77 (99 balls)
Breen 40 (79 balls)
Last Wicket: Raisani c. Hai b. Manbodhe 25 (FOW: 48/3)
Good partnership, just a tad slow though.
Only my second xi v my mate, so not gunna be fuming if I lose this.
EDIT: Mcclaren goes, Spillane (former first XI'er) in. Hoping I set him to very attacking. 6 first ball, hoping he shreds Benjamins bowling.
Last edited by Jakester1288; 24-07-2010 at 11:27 PM.
Nousel Illangakoon - 19 yo, BT Rating=60,903, Wage=£10,358 Part of the Sri Lanka U19 squad
An attacking RH batsman and an attacking RFM bowler. He has strong leadership skills and feeble experience. He has no preference and no trait.
He currently has proficient batting form, respectable bowling form and invigorated fitness.
Stamina: superb* Wicket Keeping: feeble
Batting: worthless Concentration: competent
Bowling: wonderful Consistency: remarkable
My first player to superb*.
Originally Posted by Partyush
And that's the end of the match. korora primary won by 2 runs.
korora primary 240-5
Killers CC 238-5
End of Over 50: 238-5, runrate=4.76
Brill* 9 (7 balls)
Spillane 48 (27 balls)
Spillane almost got me home, just shy in the end. Oh well, his second XI is > mine anyway.
Am 2nd in both my Leagues, 2 way race for promotion in each- play main rival on the last day in both cases, which should be interesting.
On the theme of Battrick, 4th Innings totals- what are the general records and what are other users highest/most noteworthy totals?
I've seen you on another forum, eh Pops? cricket247? You'll enjoy talking politics here, methinks.
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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:
Have started playing as well. Play in The Netherlands, so unfortunately no FC for me.
Also, I took over the team after week 3 when it had suffered 2 OD losses and 3 BT20 losses. Still haunting me, won't be able to get promotion in either form because of it. Anyway, if you fancy a friendly, just challenge Clydeside CC. And if there's another CW Battrick Cup, count me in.
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Originally Posted by Pedro DelgadoOriginally Posted by Matt79
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