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    Can't see us getting back from here. Not much batting left. These two need to score 250 atleast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chaminda_00 View Post
    Can't see us getting back from here. Not much batting left. These two need to score 250 atleast.
    They're ticking along nicely though, I'd like to pick up a wicket fairly soon. My last bowler isn't very good. And these two are getting smashed.
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    Group A: Leverock CC (6550) vs ASC Whenuapai (1569)

    Against a strong Whenuapai side, Leverock went into this one as rank underdogs, their fans just hoping for a nice day in the sun watching a few stars.

    Newby (116) and Flitney (126no) certainly didn't disappoint, taking Whenuapai to a huge 347/3.

    It then took pacemen Gill (5/12) and Bowler (4/14) just over 12 overs to tear through Leverock's batting, all out for 31.

    Whenuapai win, NRR +6.32

    Group B: Coco's Nuts (6533) vs Jaffna Jets (2272)

    This was expected by many to be the closest group in the competition, and Coco's Nuts have just blown it wide open!

    Jaffna started well, putting Coco's in to bat on a greentop with menacing clouds overhead and then taking two early wickets. However, without Samaraseka, Muralitharan and the strangely-spelt bowling god that is Prsanna Jeithoon, wickie Strydom (122) took charge and got the home side to 285/5.

    In reply, it was always close, with the two snakes on the match graph intertwining like a pair of primary coloured lovers. At 230/5 with a few overs left, a grandstand finish was on the cards...but it wasn't to be as that man Mabudafhasi all but ended Jaffna's hopes with three wickets in an over. 232ao, and now the former runners-up's hopes of progress lie outside their control.

    Coco's Nuts win, NRR +1.06

    Group C: Dee Crew (11217) vs Withington Wonderers (425)

    Another mismatch, Withington fielded a mid-strength side against Dee Crew, who put themselves in to bat and managed a decent 158ao. While MOTM Gibb (6/19) was the pick of the bowlers, most of his wickets came during his second spell.

    In reply, Withington's makeshift top order just weren't good enough, leaving Sandwith (79*) and Fish (41*) to knock off the runs and keep their hopes alive.

    Withington win, NRR +2.92

    Group D: Tawonga Tigers (4929) vs Central Districts (6385)

    This tie could well have been an upset, with Tawonga Tigers fielding a strong team and hoping Central Districts rested some of their big guns.

    However, that wasn't to be, with Tawonga's firepower just not enough, despite an Elite spin rating, to prevent the Central Districts batsmen from knocking off the required 208 runs in 42.3 overs.

    Central Districts win, NRR +0.85

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    Group A
    			W	T	L	Pts	 NRR
    ASC Whenuapai		2	0	0	4	11.44
    Connells Estates CC	0	0	1	0	-5.12
    Leverock CC		0	0	1	0	-6.32
    
    Group B
    			W	T	L	Pts	 NRR
    Coco's Nuts		1	0	0	2	 1.06
    Jaffna Jets		1	0	1	2	 1.00
    Cymru Gurgitators	0	0	1	0	-2.06
    
    Group C
    			W	T	L	Pts	 NRR
    Withington Wonderers	1	0	1	2	 2.44
    Magical Ponies		1	0	0	2	 0.48
    Dee Crew		0	0	1	0	-2.92
    
    Group D
    			W	T	L	Pts	 NRR
    Alternative XI 		1	0	0	2	 4.50
    Central Districts	1	0	1	2	-3.65
    Tawonga Tigers		0	0	1	0	-0.85
    Last edited by Mahindinho; 25-08-2009 at 11:50 AM.


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    Coco's Nuts are not for realz.
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    This week's fixtures:

    Group A: Leverock CC (6550) vs Connells Estates CC (384)
    Winner qualifies.

    Group B: Coco's Nuts (6533) vs Cymru Gurgitators (3688)
    Cymru needs a win with +1.56 NRR to go through, at Coco's expense. Any less and they stay bottom on NRR.

    Group C: Dee Crew (11217) vs Magical Ponies (5409)
    To progress, Dee Crew need to hand Magical Ponies a fairly big beating.

    Group D: Tawonga Tigers (4929) vs Alternative XI (4412)
    A Tawonga win, unless it's an absolute kicking, should see them through at Central Districts' expense.

    Again, home team challenges, challenge to be made by midnight on Thursday (BT-England time), as it's late on Tuesday already.

    Whenuapai and Withington have qualified, while Alternative XI would have to suffer an absolute thrashing to avoid making it through.
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    I'll make the QF draw after the last batch of games -- it'll be the 1st placed teams in one pot, the 2nd placed ones in another, with teams from the same group being prohibited from playing each other. 1st placed teams will get home advantage.

    SFs will be winners of QF1 vs winners of QF2 and QF3 vs QF4. To spice it up a little, lower-ranked teams will get home advantage. Same for the final.

    Knowing my luck, I'll get Whenuapai next round.

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    Challenged Tozz. I don't think I've ever been this excited about a BT match ever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nnanden View Post
    Coco's Nuts are not for realz.


    They will be after this week, lounging at the bottom of the table where they belong.

    Challenge Cymru Gurgitators too.
    Last edited by Son Of Coco; 27-08-2009 at 05:07 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZTailender View Post
    Challenged Tozz. I don't think I've ever been this excited about a BT match ever.
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    Bizarrely i can still qualify....i won't, but it's an unexpected pleasant feeling.

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    Challenged Dee Crew at theirs.
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    Only a bunch of convicts having been beaten 3-0 and gone 9 tests without a win and won just 1 in 11 against England could go into the home series saying they will win. England will win in Australia again this winter as they are a better side which they have shown this summer. 3-0 doesn't lie girls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matteh View Post
    Bizarrely i can still qualify....i won't, but it's an unexpected pleasant feeling.


    Yes end of season PFL's giveth Coco's Nuts a win last game and this week they will taketh away I suspect.

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    Only one left to arrange...

    Group A: Leverock CC (6550) vs Connells Estates CC (384)
    Group B: Coco's Nuts (6533) vs Cymru Gurgitators (3688)
    Group C: Dee Crew (11217) vs Magical Ponies (5409)
    Group D: Tawonga Tigers (4929) vs Alternative XI (4412)

    By the looks of it, Dee Crew failed to make their challenge in time. If they don't accept pretty sharpish, it'll be two points to Magical Ponies. I won't bother with a NRR penalty, as it wouldn't make any difference to the group.
    Last edited by Mahindinho; 28-08-2009 at 08:28 AM.

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