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    40+ isn't too far away from the magic 50.00 that would win our little argument is it?
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    LOL

    Now he's out, his average has dropped to 38, which is getting a bit harder to reach 50+
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    It'll come...

    Batting & Fielding M I NO Runs HS Ave 100 50 Ct St
    All First-class 8 15 1 648 116 46.28 2 2 17 0

    Not far off, we're counting all 1st class remember..

    [Edited on 6/30/02 by Neil Pickup]

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    LOL
    Now he's out, his average has dropped to 38, which is getting a bit harder to reach 50+
    Just wait until they play Warwickshire this week :P


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    Well said Rich

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    Good point - I was only looking at the Championship averages.

    They'll lose to the mighty Bears though - Bob Woolmer is a slightly better manager / coach than me

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    Just wait till they play Warwickshire next week
    They'll lose to the mighty Bears though - Bob Woolmer is a slightly better manager / coach than me
    It's ok Marc I wont say anything about

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    Almost dead cert draw - too much rain already!

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    Yes, I agree

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    Worcestershire are having a great season

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    So was Corkyshire, but we've slipped in the last week.
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    Go surrey , they are having a good season too?

    they are missing butcher and stewart and thorpe
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    Quote by Bob Willis a few minutes ago :
    'News in from Taunton is that Marcus Trescothick has injured his hand and is out of the test. What on earth England players are doing playing in the C&G Trophy is beyond me'.

    Interesting point - and is just one side of the coin. On the other hand, Darren Gough is very likely to be fit, and might well play in the first test without having bowled a single delivery in first-class cricket this season (I am willing to stand corrected on this).

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    MJ Di Venuto lbw b Harris 2

    Bad news for Derbyshire there.

    Lancs v Yorks, Lancs 113-4
    MJ Chilton b Gough 3
    D Byas b Gough 15

    Good news for England there

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    Well I just thought I would keep you up to date with the lastest scores from the English County Championship

    Kent v Somerset

    Kent won the toss and elected to bat first

    Kent 209/5 (51.3 ov) - Kent RR: 4.06

    D.Fulton - 89
    A.Symonds - 69

    A.Caddick - 3/58
    R.Johnson - 2/51

    Yorkshire v Warwickshire

    Warwickshire won the toss and elected to bat first

    Warwickshire 140/4 (37.3 ov) - Warwickshire RR: 3.73
    Rain Stopped Play

    N.Knight - 79
    D.Ostler - 25*

    McGrath - 2/24
    Sliverwood - 1/24
    Dawson - 1/24

    Derbyshire v Essex

    Derbyshire won the toss and elected to field first

    Essex 188/5 (51.4 ov) - Essex RR: 3.64

    D.Robinson - 69
    W.Jefferson - 59

    Lungley - 2/36
    Welch - 1/22

    Gloucestershire v Glamorgan

    Gloucestershire 248/5 (53 ov) - Gloucestershire RR: 4.64

    Glamorgan won the toss and elected to field first

    Taylor 50*
    Harvey 77*

    Thomas 2/72
    Davis - 3/55

    Middlesex v Northamptonshire

    Middlesex 149/2 (45 ov) - Middlesex RR: 3.31

    Northamptonshire won the toss and elected to field first

    B.Hutton - 59*
    A.Strauss - 43
    O.Shah - 35*

    Blain - 1/45
    Panesar - 1/40

    Well it's good to see that Caddick's back from injury and in the wickets (even if my team are paying the price !)

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