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  • Cevno

    1 5.56%
  • watson

    6 33.33%
  • Monk

    2 11.11%
  • kyear2

    4 22.22%
  • kingkallis

    1 5.56%
  • Himannv

    9 50.00%
  • Eds

    6 33.33%
  • Michaelf7777777

    4 22.22%
  • Blakus

    10 55.56%
  • AndyZaltzHair

    4 22.22%
  • Marcuss

    1 5.56%
  • Jager

    6 33.33%
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Thread: Draft League Season 3: Voting Thread

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    Draft League Season 3: Voting Thread

    Rules
    1. Please vote for who you think are the three best teams.
    2. Please do not vote for your own team (even if you do think it is the strongest!)
    3. Any writeups can be posted below.
    4. If you want me to add a captain to your team should you not have nominated one, you have 24 hours to tell me.
    5. 24 hours for any team edits.

    Cevno
    1. Marcus Trescothick
    2. Stephen Fleming
    3. Mathew Hayden
    4. Ricky Ponting
    5. Shivnarine Chanderpaul
    6. Aubrey Faulkner
    7. Mark Boucher+
    8. Richard Hadlee
    9. Alec Bedser
    10. Dale Steyn
    11. Frank Tyson

    12. Belinda Clarke

    watson
    1. Len Hutton
    2. Mark Taylor*
    3. Justin Langer
    4. Walter Hammond
    5. Dudley Nourse
    6. VVS Laxman
    7. John Waite+
    8. Andy Roberts
    9. Dennis Lillee
    10. Erapalli Prasanna
    11. Courtney Walsh

    12. Claire Taylor

    Monk
    1. Gordon Greenidge
    2. Ian Redpath
    3. Ian Chappell
    4. Vijay Hazare
    5. Frank Worrell*
    6. AB. De Villiers+
    7. Jack Gregory
    8. Richie Benaud
    9. Hugh Trumble
    10. Fred Trueman
    11. Waqar Younis

    12. Enid Bakewell

    kyear2
    1. Arthur Morris
    2. Bill Lawry*
    3. Greg Chappel
    4. Brian Lara
    5. Inzamam Ul-Haq
    6. Mustaq Mohammad
    7. Jock Cameron+
    8. Malcolm Marshall
    9. Bill O'Reilly
    10. Colin Croft
    11. Ken Farnes

    12. Rachel Heyhoe-Flint

    kingkallis
    1. Jack Hobbs
    2. Barry Richards
    3. David Boon
    4. Herbie Taylor
    5. Clive Lloyd*
    6. Alec Stewart+
    7. Trevor Goddard
    8. Alan Davidson
    9. Hugh Tayfield
    10. Curtly Ambrose
    11. Herman Griffith

    12. Jan Brittin

    Himannv
    1. Geoffrey Boycott
    2. Alastair Cook
    3. Viv Richards
    4. Allan Border
    5. Lindsay Hassett*
    6. Graham Thorpe
    7. Les Ames+
    8. Shaun Pollock
    9. Harold Larwood
    10. Fred Spofforth
    11. Muttiah Muralitharan

    12. Ellyse Perry

    Eds
    1. Archie Jackson
    2. Saeed Anwar
    3. Jacques Kallis
    4. Kevin Pietersen
    5. Douglas Jardine*
    6. Clyde Walcott+
    7. Keith Miller
    8. Kapil Dev
    9. Walter Robins
    10. Michael Holding
    11. Sydney Barnes

    12. Myrtle Maclagan

    Michaelf7777777
    1. WG Grace
    2. Sunil Gavaskar
    3. Bill Edrich
    4. Sourav Ganguly*
    5. Garfield Sobers
    6. Doug Walters
    7. Ian Botham
    8. Bert Oldfield+
    9. Shane Bond
    10. Clarrie Grimmett
    11. Fazal Mahmood

    12. Debbie Hockley

    Blakus
    1. Bert Sutcliffe (NZ)
    2. Graeme Smith*
    3. Rahul Dravid
    4. Denis Compton
    5. Everton Weekes
    6. Michael Hussey
    7. Alan Knott+
    8. Ray Lindwall
    9. Hedley Verity
    10. Joel Garner
    11. Neil Adcock

    12. Karen Rolton

    AndyZaltzHair
    1. Virender Sehwag
    2. Stewie Dempster
    3. George Headley
    4. Javed Miandad
    5. Steve Waugh*
    6. Stanley Jackson
    7. Denis Lindsay+
    8. Mike Procter
    9. Gubby Allen
    10. Jim Laker
    11. Glenn McGrath

    Cathryn Fitzpatrick

    Marcuss
    1. Herbert Sutcliffe (ENG)
    2. Gary Kirsten
    3. Clem Hill
    4. Graham Pollock
    5. Colin Cowdrey
    6. David Gower
    7. Adam Gilchrist+
    8. Wasim Akram
    9. Shane Warne
    10. Ian Bishop
    11. Bill Bowes

    12. Betty Wilson

    Jager
    1. Victor Trumper
    2. Bruce Mitchell
    3. Charlie Macartney
    4. Sachin Tendulkar
    5. Martin Crowe
    6. Mohammad Yousuf
    7. Imran Khan*
    8. Maurice Tate
    9. Bob Taylor+
    10. Stuart MacGill
    11. Allan Donald

    12. Charlotte Edwards
    Last edited by Jager; 21-10-2012 at 06:20 AM.
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    Are we enforcing a 'must vote' rule?
    "If that Swann lad is the future of spin bowling in this country, then we're ****ed." - Nasser Hussain, 1997.

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    Yeah, must vote and I believe I made the scores private to keep things honest!

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    Well how will we know who has voted?

    (I went for Michaelf7777777, Himannv, and Blakus, btw).
    Last edited by Eds; 20-10-2012 at 08:18 AM.


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    Voted for Monk for his ace bowling attack and Watson for having the best female cricketer.

    Last was tricky. Nearly went for Blakus but disqualified him for picking Graeme Smith. AZH ran it very close but went for Marcuss in the end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eds View Post
    Well how will we know who has voted?

    (I went for Michaelf7777777, Himannv, and Blakus, btw).
    Well I was under the impression that it would mean that only I could see the results. Instead it means I have NFI who's voted and everyone can see them regardless

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    Really tough choice; went with Eds, Himannv and Blakus
    Last edited by AndyZaltzHair; 20-10-2012 at 11:11 AM.
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    Himmanv, Blakus and Michael.
    I'll never fear you, buddy.

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    I'd actually like to change my vote from Blakus to watson. Mistook Bert Sutcliffe for the Bert Sutcliffe.

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    WATSON's XI: Strong, stubborn, and dour but animated by the charisma of Dennis Lillee and energised by the exceptional leadership skills of Mark Taylor.

    With NO weak link this is a side that would be exceptionally difficult to beat on any wicket and in any circumstance. A cracking team on the offensive and unbreakable on the defensive. A pragmatists dream come true



    PLAYER HIGHLIGHTS

    No.1 Len Hutton

    62 V Australia, Brisbane 1950
    1st Test: Australia v England at Brisbane, Dec 1-5, 1950 | Cricket Scorecard | ESPN Cricinfo

    Australia batted first and scored 228. But then the wicket turned into a quagmire. England were bowled out for 68 and Australia then replied with 7/32 declared. Hutton and Compton batted at No.8 and No.9 respectively in an effort to let the wicket dry out. In the end Hutton made 62 out of a team score of 122 in what has been described as one of the greatest exhibitions of defensive batting seen.


    No.2 Mark Taylor

    144 V West Indies, Antigua 1991
    5th Test: West Indies v Australia at St John's, Apr 27-May 1, 1991 | Cricket Scorecard | ESPN Cricinfo

    This Test match contained two cracking knocks. First, Mark Waughís 139 runs off only 188 balls in the first innings, then Mark Taylorís 144 runs out of team total of 265 in the second innings. Australia finally ran out winners by 157 runs. The West Indian bowlers were none other than Malcolm Marshall, Curtly Ambrose, Courtney Walsh, Patrick Patterson, and Carl Hooper.


    No.3 Justin Langer

    127 V West Indies, St Johns 1999
    4th Test: West Indies v Australia at St John's, Apr 3-7, 1999 | Cricket Scorecard | ESPN Cricinfo

    Langerís best innings under pressure before he became an opener. Scored 127 out of 306 in Australia second innings against the bowling of Curtly Ambrose and Courtney Walsh. Australia won the Test match by 176 runs.


    No.4 Walter Hammond

    240 V Australia, Lords 1938
    2nd Test: England v Australia at Lord's, Jun 24-28, 1938 | Cricket Scorecard | ESPN Cricinfo

    Took charge on the first morning of the match after Hutton and Edrich had been dismissed for not much by McCormick. A commanding innings with a Strike Rate of 60.91 despite the fact that OíReilly bowled 37 overs.


    No.5 Dudley Nourse

    230 V Australia, Old Wanderers 1935
    2nd Test: South Africa v Australia at Johannesburg, Dec 24-28, 1935 | Cricket Scorecard | ESPN Cricinfo

    Made a duck in the first innings but more than made up for it as South Africa amassed 491 in their second innings to achieve a rare draw against the bowling of McCormick, OíReilly, and Grimmett.


    No.6 VVS Laxman

    167 V Australia, Sydney 2000
    3rd Test: Australia v India at Sydney, Jan 2-4, 2000 | Cricket Scorecard | ESPN Cricinfo

    A fighting innings in a lost cause. Almost carried his bat during Indiaís second innings total of 261 as the rest of the Indian batsman were over-whelmed by the bowling of McGrath, Lee, Fleming, and Warne.


    No.7 John Waite

    113 V England, Old Trafford 1955
    3rd Test: England v South Africa at Manchester, Jul 7-12, 1955 | Cricket Scorecard | ESPN Cricinfo

    Helped South Africa to a first innings total of 521 against the pace and spin of Tyson, Bedser, Bailey, Lock, and Titmus. In the end the South Africans won by 3 wickets in a hard fought Test match.
    Still holds the South African record with Mark Boucher for the most dismissals in a five-Test series - 26.


    No.8 Andy Roberts

    7/54 (9/119) V Australia, Perth 1975
    2nd Test: Australia v West Indies at Perth, Dec 12-16, 1975 | Cricket Scorecard | ESPN Cricinfo

    A rare success for the West Indies against the might of Greg Chappellís batting and Lillee ní Thomsonís bowling during the 1975/76 series. Roy Fredericks set up the West Indian victory by smashing 169 off only 145 balls during their only innings, and then Andy Roberts steam-rolled the Australian batsman in their second innings, all-out for 169.


    No.9 Dennis Lillee

    7/83 (10/127) V West Indies, Melbourne 1981
    1st Test: Australia v West Indies at Melbourne, Dec 26-30, 1981 | Cricket Scorecard | ESPN Cricinfo

    This Test match really belonged to Kim Hughes for his 100 Not Out in the first innings as Australia collapsed to 5/59 on the first morning. However, Lillee captured the wicket of Viv Richards on the last ball of the day to swing the momentum back to Australia who eventually won by 58 runs.


    No.10 Erapalli Prassana

    5/70 (9/111) V West Indies 1975
    4th Test: India v West Indies at Chennai, Jan 11-15, 1975 | Cricket Scorecard | ESPN Cricinfo

    At his very best during the 1967/68 tour of Australia but in this match Prasanna outshone both Bedi and Chandra to dismiss Viv Richards and Clive Lloyd in both innings as India claimed an excellent victory by 100 runs in a low scoring match. Viswanath starred with the bat.


    No.11 Courtney Walsh

    6/54 (9/146) V Australia, Antigua1995
    2nd Test: West Indies v Australia at St John's, Apr 8-13, 1995 | Cricket Scorecard | ESPN Cricinfo

    The West Indies finally lost a series at home in 1995, 3-1. But in the second Test match the Australian batsman were still locked in an arm wrestle with the West Indian bowlers as each team fought for domination. Walsh kept his team alive yet again with excellent figures against a strong and determined batting line-up.


    12th Claire Taylor

    116 V Australia, Taunton 2005
    4th ODI: England Women v Australia Women at Taunton, Aug 30, 2005 | Cricket Scorecard | ESPN Cricinfo

    A classically cool knock of 116 runs off 133 balls as she guides England to a 4 wicket win with 9 balls remaining.
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    Himanvv, Jager, Eds.

    AZH and Blakus so, so close.
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    This draft was so close it was near impossible to decide. Good effort from everyone.
    Aus. XI
    Simpson^ | Hayden | Bradman | Chappell^ | Ponting | Border* | Gilchrist+ | Davidson3 | Warne4^ | Lillee1 | McGrath2


    W.I. XI
    Greenidge | Hunte | Richards^ | Headley* | Lara^ | Sobers5^ | Walcott+ | Marshall1 | Ambrose2 | Holding3 | Garner4

    S.A. XI
    Richards^ | Smith*^ | Amla | Pollock | Kallis5^ | Nourse | Cameron+ | Procter3 | Steyn1 | Tayfield4 | Donald2

    Eng. XI
    Hobbs | Hutton*^ | Hammond^ | Compton | Barrington | Botham5^ | Knott | Trueman1 | Laker4 | Larwood2 | Barnes3

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    All fabulous teams.

    But the standouts for me were;

    Blakus
    kyear2

    And the third, no idea yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eds View Post
    I'd actually like to change my vote from Blakus to watson. Mistook Bert Sutcliffe for the Bert Sutcliffe.
    Yeah why write Herbert Sutcliffe as Bert when there is a famous Bert Sutcliffe... I thought it was Bert as well.
    anyway - didn't vote for Blakus because of the issue. Strangely I am the only one to vote for Cev.
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    Proudly against the bring back Bennett movement since he is injury prone and won't last 5 days.

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