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    Icon7 My first 50 of the season

    We had some problems with our ground,The outfield was really wet so the umpires decided that we will play in another ground and the overs were reduce to 25 from 45,My captain won the the toss and decided to bat first,


    captain signal to me to pad up So I did and I was ready to destroye the opposition,First ball I faced I leg glanced it to leg side for 2 runs and I continued and hit a awsome four loft it over the infield for four,

    I kept looking for singles and doubles and 3s I almost ended up batting the 25 over I was run out at 24 over though,


    This is the first 50 of the season for me and many more to come,

    As am 15 year old I am looking to hit a 100 although if the out field would have been fast I would have ended up making 100 I hit some lovely shots through the covers,only manage to take 2 rather then 4 because of the slow out field,

    Anways I only hit one four so you know how hard I worked for this one,

    Here is the score card go down and there is a guy name GANESH who has written the match repord and I also took two wickets and it says Fardin 50 I am not trying to make this a big deal it was just that I want to share it with you guys ok bye.

    http://www.ncalcricket.org/forum/top...?TOPIC_ID=1372

    And by the way the match ended up a tie it was awsome.
    Bob is very insane stay away from him

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    Great effort Bob, wish i could bat, HS of 9
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    And 2 wickets, did you get MOTM?

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    yes i did get man of the match award.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cameeel
    Great effort Bob, wish i could bat, HS of 9
    dont worry camel keep working hard believe in your self.

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    Great work, Fardin. Keep it up.
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    Bob!!! Well done old chap. Let's get to a century next time

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    Quote Originally Posted by burkey_1988
    Bob!!! Well done old chap. Let's get to a century next time
    I am not old though I am just 15.

    anyways yeah I will be looking for a centurie so just that I can believe in my ability.

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    good work mate any tips on scoring big scores
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    Quote Originally Posted by cricket player
    I am not old though I am just 15.

    anyways yeah I will be looking for a centurie so just that I can believe in my ability.
    Not old enough ??? I don't understand

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monty
    good work mate any tips on scoring big scores
    I am an opener so my advice is just play your self in play few overs even though if it goes maiden dont worry get your self in and after that keep looking to find the gaps look for twos and 3s and if they are hard to get just look for single and give your partner the strike.

    Anything that is lose should go for runs because you rarely get a lose ball so make the most out of it,

    Remember concentrate hard and know what you are doing be a step ahead of the bowler will always help,

    hope it helps bye.

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    thanks mate i am an opener 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by cricket player
    I am not old though I am just 15.

    anyways yeah I will be looking for a centurie so just that I can believe in my ability.
    I know 13/14 year olds whove scored century's at higher level then you play. so it isnt impossible if you work hard enough
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    Well done, Bob.

    It took me 5 years of playing before I hit a fifty, then another 10 years before I hit a hundred.

    You'll get yours this season or next.
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    still stuck on 43 myself

    though best bowling figures of 5/8 in 4.4 2nd best is 4-45 in 10

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