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    Icon6 Duckworth/Lewis rule for club cricket

    hello there

    I would like to know whether we have any table tht shows the D/L rule for 30 over game. So far I have come across tables that talk abt only 50 over matches . I belong to a league team where we play 30 over matches and incidentaly our last match got rained out .
    Any help concerning this is appreciated. Hope I have come to the right forum/site for help
    Thanks
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    I've got a copy of the program for use with Inter-University games, copyrighted stuff so I can't just give details out left/right/centre, but if you can give me the scores and interruptions I'll give you a D/L result.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Pickup
    I've got a copy of the program for use with Inter-University games, copyrighted stuff so I can't just give details out left/right/centre, but if you can give me the scores and interruptions I'll give you a D/L result.
    Hey Neil
    The details are as follows

    Team 1
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    managed to score 127 in 29.1 overs out of 30 overs with no wicket in hand

    Team 2
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    was restricted to 111 in 22 overs with 6 wickets down b4 rain stopped play

    Hope the above info is enuf. Please feel free to ask for more details if needed.

    Thanks
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    Off the top of my head that's an easy win for team 2. Gimme five minutes for a precise answer.


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    The par scores at 22 overs (scores to tie) are:

    83/0, 84/1, 85/2, 86/3, 88/4, 90/5, 94/6, 101/7, 110/8, 120/9

    So Team 2 wins by 17 runs (111-94) on the D/L method.

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    oh great
    so my team loses ;-)
    anyway, wanted to make sure coz this game decides whether we r on top of the league table or not.
    Thanks for the time Neil

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    Quote Originally Posted by theozzfactor
    I would like to know whether we have any table tht shows the D/L rule for 30 over game.
    you just figure out like a 50 over game, except using ?% resources at 30 overs instead of 100%. There is a document on the icc website that explains and gives examples.
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