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Damn, there goes my wicket keeper of choice. With everyone else having selected a keeper (I'll presume that Walcott is being used by Chaminda), I'll leave my keeper until the final pick of the draft.
Dudley Nourse and Charlie Macartney.
May as well choose Macartney as my allrounder given I selected him in my other draft team.
1.01 - Matt79 - Sir Donald Bradman
1.02 - Chaminda_00 - Clyde Walcott
1.03 - Goughy - Sir Garfield Sobers
1.04 - Somerset - Sydney Barnes
2.01 - Somerset - George Lohmann
2.02 - Goughy - W.G.Grace
2.03 - Chaminda_00 - Fred Trueman
2.04 - Matt79 - Keith Miller
3.01 - Matt79 - Ray Lindwall
3.02 - Chaminda_00 - Sir Jack Hobbs
3.03 - Goughy - George Headley
3.04 - Somerset - Herbert Sutcliffe
4.01 - Somerset - Wilfred Rhodes
4.02 - Goughy - Frank Tyson
4.03 - Chaminda_00 - Allan Davidson
4.04 - Matt79 - Len Hutton
5.01 - Matt79 - Mike Procter
5.02 - Chaminda_00 - Wally Hammond
5.03 - Goughy - Denis Compton
5.04 - Somerset - Fred Spofforth
6.01 - Somerset - Graeme Pollock
6.02 - Goughy - Harold Larwood
6.03 - Chaminda_00 - Alec Bedser
6.04 - Matt79 - Aubrey Faulkner
7.01 - Matt79 - Bill O'Reilly
7.02 - Chaminda_00 - Sir Everton Weekes
7.03 - Goughy - Johnny Wardle
7.04 - Somerset - Geoffrey Boycott
8.01 - Somerset - Sir Frank Worrell
8.02 - Goughy - Neil Harvey
8.03 - Chaminda_00 - Jim Laker
8.04 - Matt79 - Sid Barnes
9.01 - Matt79 - Alan Knott
9.02 - Chaminda_00 - Eddie Barlow
9.03 - Goughy - Les Ames
9.04 - Somerset - Dudley Nourse
10.01 - Somerset - Charlie Macartney
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Len Hutton: 6971 runs @ 56.67. 19 100s.
Sid Barnes: 1072 runs @ 63.05. 3 100s.
Don Bradman (c): 6996 runs @ 99.94. 29 100s.
Eddie Paynter: 1540 runs @ 59.23. 4 100s.
Doug Walters: 5357 runs @ 48.26. 15 100s. 49 wickets at 29.08
Aubrey Faulkner: 1754 runs @ 40.79. 4 100s. 82 wickets @ 26.58
Keith Miller: 2958 runs @ 36.97. 7 100s. 170 wickets @ 22.97.
Mike Procter: 226 runs at 25.11. 41 wickets @ 15.02 (FC 21936 runs @ 36.01, 1417 wickets at 19.53)
Alan Knott: 4389 runs @ 32.75. 5 100s. 269 dismissals.
Ray Lindwall: 1502 runs @ 21.15. 2 100s. 228 wickets @ 23.03
Bill O'Reilly: 410 runs @ 12.81. 1 50. 144 wickets @ 22.59
Walters to act as the fourth seamer if conditions merit.
Last edited by Matt79; 28-01-2009 at 06:53 AM.
GOOD OLD COLLINGWOOD - PREMIERS IN 2010Originally Posted by Irfan
Is Cam White, Is Good.
Sir Jack Hobbs
Sir Everton Weekes
Clyde Walcott (wk)
Clive Lloyd (c)
Last edited by chaminda_00; 28-01-2009 at 06:45 AM.
I need a specialist #7 for my team so why not the best fielder of the era and a guy that averaged 50?
I pick Colin Bland
1. WG Grace
Hanif Mohammad for my final pick. Slightly gutted I didn't get Les Ames (was one pick away) but I guess thats the risk you take for leaving it too late to select your keeper!
Hanif I guess, kept in a couple Tests.
Somerset's Lightening Speed Draft XI
Geoffrey Boycott RHB, RM (8,114 runs @ 47.72, 7 wickets @ 54.57)
Herbert Sutcliffe RHB (4,555 runs @ 60.73)
Dudley Nourse RHB (2,960 runs @ 53.81)
Graeme Pollock LHB, LS (2,256 runs @ 60.97, 4 wickets @ 51.00)
Sir Frank Worrell RHB, SLA/LM (3,860 runs @ 49.48, 69 wickets @ 38.72)
Hanif Mohammad RHB, WK (3,915 runs @ 43.98)
Charlie Macartney RHB, SLA (2,131 runs @ 41.78, 45 wickets @ 27.55)
Wilfred Rhodes RHB, SLA (2,325 runs @ 30.19, 127 wickets @ 26.96)
George Lohmann RHB, RFM (213 runs @ 8.87, 112 wickets @ 10.75)
Fred Spofforth RHB, RF (217 runs @ 9.43, 94 wickets @ 18.41)
Sydney Barnes RHB, RFM (242 runs @ 8.06, 189 wickets @ 16.43)
With Boycott and Sutcliffe opening, I'm batting Hanif at number six. The bowling attack looks extremely dangerous, and the batting line-up certainly has a tough of class. Perhaps the only weakness is the lack of a really genuine allrounder in the form of a Sobers or Miller.
Last edited by Somerset; 28-01-2009 at 06:49 AM.
Btw is there any chance I change my las pick to Clive Lloyd. My batting line ups balance is all out now.
I don't mind.
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