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    Cricket Budget Draft

    A random idea I had:

    Basically, it's a standard all-time draft but each team has a budget of :

    500 Test caps
    30000 Test runs
    1000 Test wickets.

    To allow some flexibilityy and variation between teams in any round of the draft, prior to making your pick, you may elect to 'exchange' 100 wickets for 3000 runs or vice versa.
    So you may adjust your budget to 27000 runs and 1100 wickets or 33000 runs and 900 wickets.
    This may only be done once and is irreversible.

    I apologise in advance if this ends up horribly. As I said it's a random idea and I've not put masses of thought into whether the budgets work or not but they should be roughly ok.
    Half a team of Warwick Armstrongs and half a team of Trevor Goddards gets you pretty close.

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    No Bradman. 18 hour pick limit.

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    Count me in marcuss but you'll have to keep on at me

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    In. Been a long time since we've had a draft.
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    Sweep on how many rounds go by until cabinet misses his pick?

    I bet 2


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    You can talk, ****.

    And lets be honest, with Marcuss running it this draft won't make it till a round two

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    12 is a good number of players I reckon.

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