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    Discuss English County Cricket Here :P

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    we can use this post to discuss English County Cricket
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    What you're trying to say here is, "We can discuss the Aussie A players kicking ass in County Cricket", aren't you...

    Anyway, Caddick and Bulbeck have just ripped through Surrey's top order. Butcher 4, Ramprakash 1, Stewart 7. Pure Class :P
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    I like that. Nice anti-depressant. Do you support Somerset or Kent, Neil? Yorkshire will turn things around soon. They'll get into the top four.
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    Somerset. And Yorkshire won't turn anything around this season, they're going down.


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    Somerset. And Yorkshire won't turn anything around this season, they're going down.

    Butcher and Ramprakash both failed in the second innings but Ian Ward is 34* and, if the rain stops, we need to get him then knock over the mid-order and tail to get the win.

    [Edited on 5/26/02 by Neil Pickup]

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    They are not going down!!! If anybody are it's Sussex! They don't stand a bloody chance!

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    Language! Yorkshire are going, you wait and see. Only the rain and Steven Kirby somehow scoring 50 saved them this time.

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    Not really county cricket but did any of u guys see the result of the Kent vs Lashings match?

    Anybody who didn't see it here's a breif summary.

    LASHINGS REST OF THE WORLD XI 147-8 off 28 overs. Jimmy Adams 43no, Grant Flower 43.

    KENT 71-3 off 9.3overs (Target 68 off 10 overs) Fleming 44no.

    KENT WIN BY 7 WICKETS (Duckworth/Lewis)

    Kent snatched victory from the jaws of defeat when, in a dramatic penultimate over, skipper Matthew Fleming hit Waqar Younis for 20 runs which included a six and three fours.

    Up to that moment,it seemed that Lashings were about to retain the Titans of Kent Challenge Cup with the home side chasing 68 off 10 overs.

    Kent bowled tightly in this rain affected match and restricted the visitors to just 147 off 28 overs. Pick of the Lashings batsmen were Jimmy Adams and Grant Flower.

    After yet another lengthy shower, the Kent innings was restricted to 10 overs.

    Shoaib Akhtar showed why he is considered the quickest bowler in the world at the current time as two 'exocets' demolished the stumps of first James Hockley , and then Ed Smith.

    However Flemimngs heroics, ably supported by Rob Key and Andrew Symonds, saw Kent through to a dramatic, but well deserved, victory with just three balls to spare

    Lashings Squad/Team: - Richie Richardson, Brian Lara, Wasim Akram, Shoaib Akhtar, Jimmy Adams, Stuart Williams,Grant Flower, Junior Murray, Franklyn Rose, Vivian Richards, Herschelle Gibbs, Inzamam-Ul-Haq, Allan Donald, Waqar Younis and Ricardo Powell. I think that's all of them :O

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    Look at the Yorkshire scorecard at the minute, we're winning!

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    Look at the Yorkshire scorecard at the minute, we're winning!
    Yep, but the weather's not looking good for the next day or so.

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    who is Yorkshire playing ??

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    They were playing Hampshire, but Rich2001 was right, it typically rained!

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    They were playing Hampshire, but Rich2001 was right, it typically rained!
    You can alway rely on the good old english conditions to either stop you from certian victory or save you from certian defeat!

    [Edited on 6/12/02 by Rich2001]

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    no wonder england are so bad that comp is crap. To many teams and they play to much. Half the player would not play first class cricket in any other place

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    i wouldnt exactly call England "bad"

    they did so well beating pakistan and sri lanka at home at test , did well against india could have been a draw if it wasnt the rain , won the one dayers, did well in nz , came out of nowhere to draw the 1st test, won the 2nd one ! and in the 3rd test they are 377/6 at the moment against sri lanka

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