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  • Garson007

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  • GIMH

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  • Johnners

    2 14.29%
  • kyear2

    6 42.86%
  • Marcuss

    4 28.57%
  • Michaelf7777777

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  • Monk

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  • morgieb

    4 28.57%
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    3 21.43%
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  • Spikey

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    Budget Draft Voting Thread

    Criteria:
    Maximum Budget of 500 Test caps, 30000 Test runs, 1000 Test wickets.
    Each team had the option to exchange 3000 runs for 100 wickets or vice versa.

    Draft Order
    Code:
    Round 1			Player		Caps	Runs	Ws
    1.	BackFootPunch	George Headley	22	2190	0
    2.	Garson007	Barry Richards	4	508	1
    3.	GIMH		Ben Stokes	4	247	14
    4.	Marcuss		Keith Miller	55	2958	170
    5.	ohnoitsyou	Graeme Pollock	23	2256	4
    6.	ankitj		Sydney Barnes	27	242	189
    7.	Monk		Alan Davidson	44	1328	186
    8.	Watson		Mike Procter	7	226	41
    9.	smalishah84	Aubrey Faulkner	25	1754	82
    10.	kyear2		Bill O'Reilly	27	410	144
    11.	Michaelf7777777	WG Grace	22	1098	9
    12.	morgieb		Harold Larwood	21	485	78
    13.	Spikey		Clarrie Grimmet	37	557	216
    14.	Cabinet96	Vern Philander	20	469	105
    15.	Johnners	Malc Marshall	81	1810	376
    
    
    Round 2
    16.	Johnners	Clyde Walcott	44	3798	11
    17.	Cabinet96	Che Pujara	17	1590	0
    18.	Spikey		Andy Flower	63	4794	0
    19.	morgieb		Garry Sobers	93	8032	235
    20.	Michaelf7777777	Les Ames	47	2434	0
    21.	kyear2		Jack Hobbs	61	5410	1
    22.	smalishah84	Saeed Anwar	55	4052	0
    23.	Watson		Dennis Lillee	70	905	355
    24.	Monk		Ray Lidwall	61	1502	228
    25.	ankitj		Len Hutton	79	6971	3
    26.	ohnoitsyou	Jim Laker	46	676	193
    27.	Marcuss		Victor Trumper 	48	3163	8
    28.	GIMH		Shane Bond	18	168	87
    29.	Garson007	Herb Sutcliffe	54	4555	0
    30.	BackFootPunch	Ryan Harris	21	428	93
    
    Round 3
    31.	Michaelf7777777	Fred Spofforth	18	217	94
    32.	Cabinet96	Fred Trueman	67	981	307
    33.	morgieb		Dudley Nourse	34	2960	0
    34.	Monk		Archie Jackson	8	474	0		
    35.	Garson007	Neil Adcock	26	146	104
    36.	Watson		Greg Chappell	87	7110	47
    37.	Marcuss		Joel Garner	58	672	259
    38.	BackFootPunch	Imran Khan	88	3807	362
    39.	kyear2	Michael Holding	60	910	249
    40.	ohnoitsyou	Stewie Dempster	10	723	0
    41.	ankitj		Dale Steyn	69	955	350
    42.	Johnners	Frank Tyson	17	230	76
    43.	GIMH		Vinod Kambli	17	1084	0
    44.	smalishah84	Allan Donald	72	652	330
    45.	Spikey		Everton Weekes	48	4455	1
    
    Round 4
    46.	Spikey		Colin Croft	27	158	125
    47.	smalishah84	Wes Hall	48	818	192
    48.	GIMH		Simon Jones	18	205	59
    49.	Johnners	Sid Barnes	13	1072	4
    50.	ankitj		Denis Linsday	19	1130	0
    51.	ohnoitsyou	Jack Cowie	9	90	45
    52.	kyear2		Frank Worrell	51	3860	69
    53.	BackFootPunch	Martin Donnelly	7	582	0
    54.	Marcuss		Stan McCabe	39	2748	36
    55.	Watson		Andy Roberts	47	762	202
    56.	Garson007	AB de Villiers	89	6827	2
    57.	Monk		Bill Ponsford	29	2122	0
    58.	morgieb	George	 Lohmann	18	213	112
    59.	Cabinet96	Viv Richards	121	8540	32
    60.	Michaelf7777777	Charlie Turner	17	323	101
    
    
    Round 5
    61.	Johnners	Richie Benaud	63	2201	248
    62.	GIMH		Brad Hodge	6	503	0
    63.	Cabinet96				
    64.	Watson		Arthur Morris	46	3533	2
    65.	ohnoitsyou	Richard Hadlee	86	3124	431
    66.	morgieb		Vijay Merchant	10	859	0
    67.	BackFootPunch	Bruce Mitchell	42	3471	27
    68.	Spikey		Bill Woodfull	35	2300	0
    69.	Michaelf7777777	Clive Rice	0	0	0
    70.	smalishah84	Jack Russell	54	1897	0
    71.	Monk		Brian Lara	131	11953	0
    72.	Marcuss		Don Tallon	21	394	0
    73.	Garson007	Shaun Pollock	108	3781	421
    74.	kyear2		Wally Hammond	85	7249	83
    75.	ankitj		Fazal Mahmood	34	620	139
    
    
    Round 6
    76.	ankitj		Vijay Hazare	30	2192	20
    77.	kyear2		Ian Bishop	43	632	161
    78.	Garson007	Kyle Abbott	1	13	9
    79.	Marcuss		V van der Bijl	0	0	0
    80.	Monk		Arthur Mailey	21	222	99
    81.	smalishah84	Mushta q Mohammad	57	3643	79
    82.	Michaelf7777777	Ted McDonald	11	116	43
    83.	Spikey		Lindsay Hassett	43	3073	0
    84.	BackFootPunch	Stuart MacGill	44	349	208
    85.	morgieb		Hedley Verity	40	669	144
    86.	ohnoitsyou	Adam Gilchrist	96	5570	0
    87.	Watson		Ted Dexter	62	4502	66
    88.	Cabinet96				
    89.	GIMH		Graham Thorpe	100	6744	0
    90.	Johnners	Lee Irvine	4	353	0
    
    
    Round 7
    91.	ohnoitsyou	Ian Botham	102	5200	383
    92.	kyear2		Peter Pollock	28	607	116
    93.	GIMH		Graeme Swann	60	1370	255
    94.	Michaelf7777777	Shane Warne	146	3154	708
    95.	Marcuss		Wasim Akram	104	2898	414
    96.	Garson007	Faf du Plessis	11	782	0
    97.	morgieb		Waqar Younis	87	1010	373
    98.	Monk		Farokh Engineer	46	2611	0
    99.	BackFootPunch	Brad Haddin	54	3007	0
    100.	Johnners	Eddie Paynter	20	1540	0
    101.	smalishah84	Eddie Barlow	30	2516	40
    102.	Spikey		Alec Bedser	51	714	236
    103.	ankitj		Denis Compton	78	5807	25
    104.	Watson		Charl Macartney	35	2131	45
    105.	Cabinet96				
    
    
    Round 8
    106.	Cabinet96
    107.	Watson		Hugh Tayfield	37	862	170
    108.	ankitj		KS Ranji	15	989	1
    109.	Spikey		Darren Lehmann	27	1798	15
    110.	smalishah84	Damien Martyn	67	4406	2
    111.	Johnners	Bill Brown	22	1592	0
    112.	BackFootPunch	Mohammad Asif	23	141	106
    113.	Monk		Bart King	0	0	0
    114.	morgieb		Hashim Amla	73	5956	0
    115.	Garson007	Peter Kirsten	12	626	0
    116.	Marcuss		Clem Hill	49	3412	0
    117.	Michaelf7777777	Neil Haarvey	79	6149	3
    118.	GIMH		Jonathan Trott	49	3763	5
    119.	kyear2		Seymour Nurse	29	2523	0
    120.	ohnoitsyou	KS Duleep	12	995	0
    
    Round 9
    121.	Michaelf7777777	Jimmy Cook	3	107	0
    122.	Garson007	Bob Appleyard	9	51	31
    123.	Watson		Conrad Hunte	44	3245	2
    124.	smalishah84	John Snow	49	772	202
    125.	GIMH		Matt Prior	75	3920	0
    126.	Johnners	Tony Greig	58	3599	141
    127.	ohnoitsyou	Cyril Walters	11	784	0
    128.	Spikey		Chris Cairns	62	3320	218
    129.	Cabinet96				
    130.	Monk		Peter May	66	4537	0
    131.	ankitj		Trevor Goddard	41	2516	123
    132.	BackFootPunch	Ken Barrington	82	6806	29
    133.	morgieb		John Waite	50	2405	0
    134.	Marcuss		War Armstrong	50	2863	87
    135.	kyear2		Glenn Turner	41	2991	0
    
    Round 10
    136.	kyear2		Denis Lindsay	19	1130	0
    137.	Marcuss		Bob Simpson	62	4869	71
    138.	morgieb		Hanif Mohammad	55	3915	1
    139.	BackFootPunch	Bill Lawry	67	5234	0
    140.	ankitj		Hugh Trumble	32	851	141
    141.	Monk		Rohan Kanhai	79	6227	0
    142.	Cabinet96				
    143.	Spikey		Monty Noble	42	1997	121
    144.	ohnoitsyou	Stanley Jackson	20	1415	24
    145.	Johnners	Michael Clarke	102	8019	30
    146.	GIMH		Glenn McGrath	124	641	563
    147.	smalishah84	Fawad Alam	3	250	0
    148.	Watson		Norm O'Neill	42	2779	17
    149.	Garson007	Basi D'Oliveira	44	2484	47
    150.	Michaelf7777777	Sunil Gavaskar	125	10122	1
    
    Round 11
    151.	Monk		Martin Love	5	233	0
    152.	Spikey		Simon Katich	56	4188	21
    153.	BackFootPunch	Dave Nourse	45	2334	41
    154.	Michaelf7777777	Bob Cowper	27	2061	36
    155.	GIMH		C Bannerman	3	239	0
    156.	kyear2		Douglas Jardine	22	1296	0
    157.	Cabinet96				
    158.	Johnners	Jeff Thomson	51	679	200
    159.	Garson007	Michael Hussey	79	6235	7
    160.	Marcuss		E'st Tyldesley	14	990	0
    161.	Watson		Jackie Hendriks	20	447	0
    162.	morgieb		Ken McEwan	0	0	0
    163.	ohnoitsyou	Martin Crowe	77	5444	14
    164.	ankitj		Patsy Hendren	51	3525	1
    165.	smalishah84	S'jay Manjrekar	37	2043	0
    
    Round 12
    166.	smalishah84				
    167.	ankitj		Virat Kohli	23	1578	0
    168.	ohnoitsyou	Jack Walsh	0	0	0
    169.	morgieb		Alfred Mynn	0	0	0
    170.	Watson		R ten Doeschate	0	0	0
    171.	Marcuss		Garry Pratt	0	0	0
    172.	Garson007	B'ran Hendricks	0	0	0
    173.	Johnners	Alan Melville	11	894	0
    174.	Cabinet96				
    175.	kyear2		Garth Le Roux	0	0	0
    176.	GIMH		Chris Rogers	11	849	0
    177.	Michaelf7777777	F'yn Stephenson	0	0	0
    178.	BackFootPunch	Stuart Law	1	54	1
    179.	Spikey		Jordan Silk	0	0	0
    180.	Monk
    Teams
    ankitj (498 Tests, 27376 runs, 992 wickets
    1 Len Hutton
    2 Trevor Goddard
    3 KS Ranjitsinhji
    4 Denis Compton
    5 Patsy Hendren
    6 Vijay Hazare
    7 Denis Lindsay +
    8 Hugh Trumble
    9 Dale Steyn
    10 Fazal Mahmood
    11 Sydney Barnes

    12. Virat Kohli

    BackFootPunch (496 Tests, 28403 runs, 867 wickets
    1. Bruce Mitchell
    2. Bill Lawry
    3. George Headley
    4. Ken Barrington
    5. Martin Donnelly
    6. Imran Khan (c)
    7. Brad Haddin (wk)
    8. Dave Nourse
    9. Ryan Harris
    10.Mohammad Asif
    11. Stuart MacGill

    12. Stuart Law

    Garson007 (437 Tests, 26008 runs, 622 wickets)
    Herbert Sutcliffe
    Barry Richards (C)
    Francois Du Plessis
    Peter Kirsten
    AB De Villiers (+)
    Michael Hussey
    Basil D'Oliveira
    Shaun Pollock
    Kyle Abbott
    Robert Appleyard
    Neil Adcock

    Beuran Hendricks

    GIMH (485 Tests, 19733 runs, 983 wickets)
    Chris Rogers
    Charles Bannerman
    Jonathan Trott
    Vinod Kambli
    Graham Thorpe
    Brad Hodge
    Matt Prior
    Graeme Swann
    Shane Bond
    Simon Jones
    Glenn McGrath

    12th: Ben Stokes


    Johnners (486 Tests, 25787 runs, 1096 wickets)
    1. Sid Barnes
    2. Bill Brown
    3. Eddie Paynter
    4. Michael Clarke*
    5. Clyde Walcott
    6. Tony Greig (5)
    7. Lee Irvine+
    8. Richie Benaud (4)
    9. Malcolm Marshall (1)
    10. Frank Tyson (3)
    11. Jeff Thomson (2)

    12. Alan Melville

    kyear2 (466 Tests, 27018 runs, 823 wickets)
    01. Sir Jack Hobbs
    02. Glenn Turner
    03. Sir Frank Worrell* (5)
    04. Walter Hammond^ (6)
    05. Douglas Jardine^
    06. Seymour Nurse^
    07. Jock Cameron+
    08. Peter Pollock (3)
    09. Michael Holding (1)
    10. Ian Bishop (2)
    11. William O'Reilly (4)

    12. Garth Le Roux

    Marcuss (500 Tests, 24967 runs, 1045 wickets)
    Victor Trumper
    Bob Simpson
    Clem Hill
    Stan McCabe
    Keith Miller
    Ernest Tyldesley
    Warwick Armstron
    Wasim Akram
    Don Tallon
    Joel Garner
    Vintcent van der Bijl

    12th: Garry Pratt

    Michaelf7777777 (495 Tests, 25781 runs, 995 wickets)
    WG Grace
    Sunil Gavaskar
    Jimmy Cook
    Neil Harvey
    Bob Cowper
    Clive Rice (*)
    Les Ames (+)
    Shane Warne
    Frederick Spofforth
    Ted McDonald
    Charlie Turner

    12th Man: Franklyn Stephenson

    Monk (490 Tests, 31209 runs, 513 wickets)
    - Bill Ponsford
    - Archie Jackson
    - Rohan Kanhai
    - Brian Lara
    - Peter May *
    - Martin Love
    - Farokh Engineer +
    - Alan Davidson
    - Ray Lindwall
    - John Bart King
    - Arthur Mailey

    12th- Pat Cummins

    morgieb (481 Tests, 26504 runs, 943 wickets)
    1. Hanif Mohammad
    2. Vijay Merchant
    3. Hashim Amla
    4. Dudley Nourse
    5. Garfield Sobers* (5)
    6. Ken McEwan
    7. John Waite+
    8. Hedley Verity (4)
    9. Harold Larwood (1)
    10. George Lohmann (3)
    11. Waqar Younis (2)

    12. Alfred Mynn

    ohnoitsyou (492 Tests, 26277 runs, 994 wickets)
    Stewie Dempster
    Cyril Walters
    KS Duleep
    Graeme Pollock
    Martin Crowe
    Stanley Jackson*
    Adam Gilchrist +
    Sir Ian Botham
    Sir Richard Hadlee
    Jim Laker
    Jack Cowie

    Jack Walsh

    smalishah84 (497 Tests, 22803 runs, 927 wickets)
    Saeed Anwar
    Eddie Barlow
    Sanjay Manjrekar
    Damien Martyn
    Mushtaw Mohammad
    Aubrey Faulkner
    Fawad Alam
    Jack Russell
    John Snow
    Wes Hall
    Allan Donald

    Spikey (491 Tests, 27354 runs, 953 wickets)
    Simon Katich
    Bill Woodfull
    Lindsay Hassett
    Everton Weekes
    Andy Flower
    Darren Lehmann
    Chris Cairns
    Monty Noble
    Clarrie Grimmett
    Alec Bedser
    Colin Croft

    Jordan Silk

    Watson (497 Tests, 26502 runs, 947 wickets)
    01. Arthur Morris
    02. Conrad Hunte
    03. Ted Dexter
    04. Greg Chappell*
    05. Charlie Macartney
    06. Norm O'Neill
    07. Mike Procter
    08. Jackie Hendricks+
    09. Hugh Tayfield
    10. Andy Roberts
    11. Dennis Lillee

    12th Ryan ten Doeschate
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    Very tricky - usually with a draft I can dismiss all but 4 or 5 teams without difficulty but this time they all have something to commend them - if I picked again tomorrow can all but guarantee I'd pick a different trio

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    Great job everyone, very difficult vote. All the teams are so close.
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by fredfertang View Post
    Very tricky - usually with a draft I can dismiss all but 4 or 5 teams without difficulty but this time they all have something to commend them - if I picked again tomorrow can all but guarantee I'd pick a different trio
    Bloody hell Fred! I drafted Engineer just to try buy your vote!
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    I'll never fear you, buddy.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Monk View Post
    Bloody hell Fred! I drafted Engineer just to try buy your vote!
    And kyear drafted Jardine for the same purpose

    Won't vote just yet as I want more time to have a proper look at all the teams. Especially as we have tended to Draft some weird and wonderfuls.
    Last edited by watson; 16-02-2014 at 09:32 PM.

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    This is a tough one.
    Quote Originally Posted by Athlai View Post
    If GI 'Best Poster On The Forum' Joe says it then it must be true.
    Athlai doesn't lie. And he doesn't do sarcasm either, so you know it's true!

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    Went with ankit, Monk and Watson, but really most sides are pretty good IMO.
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    Monk and watson's batting sides are great. Ankit's team just shades it though thanks to that outstanding bowling attack.
    And smalishah's avatar is the most classy one by far Jan certainly echoes the sentiments of CW

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    Who has the worst side?

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    Quote Originally Posted by smalishah84 View Post
    Monk and watson's batting sides are great. Ankit's team just shades it though thanks to that outstanding bowling attack.
    Please cast your vote

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    went with Ankit morgieb and Watson in the end. Was a tough choice between morgieb and monk.

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    the only correct answer is me
    Indians can't bowl - Where has the rumour come from as I myself and many indian friends arwe competent fast bowlers ?

    With the English bid I said: Let us be brief. If you give back the Falkland Islands, which belong to us, you will get my vote. They then became sad and left

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    kyear's team is probably the strongest allround team on show. The new ball partnership of Holding and Bishop is very strong and then there is Bill O'Reilly who is possibly the greatest bowler to ever wrap his fingers around a cricket ball. Importantly, O'Reilly is supported by HB Cameron who is one of the best and fastest stumpers of all time. Pollock, Worrall, and Hammond provide more than adequate support to the front-line bowlers and give the attack added variety. The first 4 batsman are world class and Hobbs-Turner-Worrall-Hammond would be a very difficult top order to dismiss. The combined captaincy skills of Worrall and Jardine means that the leadership is excellent. Kyear's team, on all levels, would be exceedingly difficult to break-down and defeat.

    Johnners team is hard to ignore because of its powerful bowling attack. If we assume that both Thomo and Tyson would be at their peak when they walk onto the field then it is probably the fastest and most aggressive on show. Add Marshall, Benaud, and Greig, and it would be irresistible on all bar a flat mud heap. Admittedly, the batting strength is not the best, but Clarke, Walcott and co. should be able to score enough runs to allow the bowlers to take control. I would have preferred a stronger keeper than Irvine, but I haven't read too many negative things about him, so he is probably good enough behind the stumps. This is an attacking team from top to bottom that will be enhanced even further by the dynamic captaincy skills of both Benaud and Greig. No Test match under their leadership will atrophy.

    Marcuss' team gets my last vote because its quartet of fast bowlers is exceedingly strong. It really doesn't matter what the conditions are - Garner, Wasim, Miller, and van der Bilj would consistently knock-over any batting line-up. Neither Armstrong or Simpson are top-shelf leg-spinners, but they should still be able to give good support to the pace attack, and exploit any spin friendly pitches. Importanty, all six bowlers, seven if we count McCabe, will be supported by the skills of Don Tallon who will exponentionally increase their combined effectiveness. The batting order is well balanced because the aggression of Trumper, McCabe, and Miller is tempered by the defence of Simpson, Hill, and Tyldesley. Warwick Armstrong provides the added depth at 7. When this batting order fires it will score a lot of runs rapidly. Armstrong is an exceptional captain made even better by the inspirational Miller, and the dogged determination of Simpson.

    All of those 3 teams above, founded primarily on powerful pace attacks, but with sufficient world class batsman, and superb leadership, are brilliant.
    Last edited by watson; 17-02-2014 at 03:16 PM.
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    Liking kyear, Marcuss and ONIY especially but the absence of Smith/Hayden made this trickier than usual
    'It seems that perfection is attained, not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing more to take away.'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monk View Post
    Bloody hell Fred! I drafted Engineer just to try buy your vote!
    Archie Jackson too - today you'd definitely have got my vote, but yesterday was, to invert an old cliche, another day
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