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    Seeking a Colts team for the warm-up.

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    Bangladesh team:

    Shahriar Nafees
    Tamim Iqbal
    *Habibul Bashar
    Rajin Saleh
    Mohammad Ashraful
    +Mushfiqur Rahim
    Khaled Mashud
    Shahadat Hossain
    Enamul Haque jnr.
    Syed Rasel
    Mashrafe Mortaza
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    Surely that tail gets re-arranged. Mashrafe must bat higher, surely.
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    Mushfiqur Rahim and Khaled Mashud?
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    Should be a cracking series. Interesting to see how the Bangladeshies go up against the Colts. Reckon they might struggle againt fitzy, wilson and co.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Mxyzptlk View Post
    Pickup gets captaincy
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    Long-serving vice-captain Neil Pickup will take over from the retired Brendon Goff, having been announced by the CWBCC today as the new captain of the Cricket Web XI. In light of Goff's shocking retirement, the CW XI faces a difficult transition period to new leadership following a semi-final exit at the Champions Trophy. The legspinner has been one of the greatest servants of CW cricket over the years and boasts impressive international records.

    Now he will get the chance to further prove his worth to the national side, receiving his first proper run at the helm. His first opponents, Bangladesh, will play 2 Tests and 3 one-day internationals.

    The vice-captain is yet to be named, but several names have been tossed into the pool of consideration, including Cricket Web Red captain Håkon Mørk.
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    Mushfiqur Rahim and Khaled Mashud?
    Hasan feeling unlucky to miss out, as would Hossain Jnr perhaps.
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    Cricket Web Colts v Bangladeshis
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    A dominant performance resulted in an innings victory for the Colts against Bangladesh, largely due to fine batting on a placid wicket. Bangladesh couldn't convert their starts, and the prospects look grim ahead of the Test series.

    Habibul Bashar won the toss and bravely asked Nafees and Tamim to bat first against Wright and Thomas; the suicidal single which took care of Shahriar Nafees set the tone of the innings. Bangladesh played an expansive game and paid the price for it. By lunch they had made 118 runs, but crucially, Nafees, Tamim and Rahim were all back in the pavilion.

    Wright and Rai opened the bowling after lunch, with little reward, but Hancock struck gold once more in his short second spell as an outswinger found the outside edge and flew to Towns at point. With Rajin trapped lbw by a regulation fast delivery from Thomas, Bangladesh were into the tailenders, and Wilson feasted by removing Mashud and Mortaza through good use of movement. Bashar had dug in, however, and reached 57 by tea, but when deserted by Enamul he too found the need for expansive strokes. He duly thumped two down the throats of Wilson, who floored an easy one at deep midwicket, and Rai, who managed to dismiss the captain for 66. Thomas ended the innings, and Bangladesh were all out for a meagre 225.

    Fitzsimmons and Malthus weren't akin to smashing the bowlers either, and after two overs Shahadat and Mortaza had conceded twenty. However, murky conditions enabled Mortaza to trouble the batsmen with swing, though it was Rasel who utilised them best, bowling a maiden over to Fitzsimmons which concluded in the veteran hoiking the ball up for Ashraful to come in at square leg and holding the catch.

    That was as good as it got - though had Ashraful and Bashar held their chances to dismiss Malthus and Towns early on in their stand, it might have been different. The two batted until stumps with ease, reaching the fifty milestone shortly before the day ended, and the Colts trailed by just one hundred runs with nine wickets in hand.

    Rasel kept on fighting, claiming good rewards for his line-and-length bowling as Colts pressed on for runs. In one fine spell in the morning session, he grabbed Towns, Malthus and Jasotharan, and had single-handedly reduced Colts to 191 for four. Butler and Kerr treated the medium offerings with disdain, however, racing to a 73-run partnership in 50 minutes before lunch. The battering continued after the interval, as the batsmen's confidence grew to Icarusian proportions. In ten overs with the new ball, Shahadat and Mortaza conceded 60 runs to the rampant batsmen, and once again it took Rasel to break the stand - Butler dragged him on to end a splendid knock of 117, then removed Kerr a few overs later. At 410 for seven, Bangladesh saw an opportunity to end the descent, but Rai made up for his poor show with the ball as he shared a belligerent 84-run stand with Nick Hancock. Eventually, the Colts declared on 518 for nine after Rai had reached his fifty, leaving Bangladesh with 294 in a day to avoid the innings defeat.

    Nafees and Tamim seemed determined to cut that deficit to zero before stumps. Thomas and Wright were treated to a spate of cover drives, conceding nine fours, two sixes and 75 runs in the first ten overs. Hancock, however, put the ball on a length, and the straight drive from Nafees fell short - to Thomas at mid on.

    On the final day, Colts produced plenty of chances, and took most of them too. Tamim dragged on for 58, leaving Rahim and Bashar to save the draw; that hope faded as Thomas caught the outside edge of Bashar's bat and Jasotharan held a fine catch. Thomas, Wright and Wilson ran through the middle order, and the tail-enders simply didn't have enough staying power, with a credible exception to Enamul, who held out for 43 balls in the second innings and a grand total of 66 balls. Only four of the batsmen stuck in for longer, highlighting the problems Bangladesh will face before the coming weekends' Test series.

    Bangladeshis 225 all out
    Habibul Bashar 66; NR Hancock 3-37, MW Wilson 3-38

    Cricket Web Colts 518 for nine declared
    CR Butler 117, WA Kerr 82, JB Malthus 75, DP Towns 72, DK Rai 51*; Syed Rasel 6-129

    Bangladeshis 262 all out
    Mushfiqur Rahim 71, Tamim Iqbal 58; GM Thomas 4-83, MW Wilson 3-53

    Cricket Web Colts won by an innings and 31 runs
    Man of the Match: C. R. Butler (Colts)

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    Dominant stuff guys A lot of good performances in there. Butler obviously but congrats to Kerr on 82 in his first match versus an interational side.

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    Great display Colts, very clinical win. Kerry, Butler, Malthus, Towns and everyone else well done.
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    Interesting just shows how bad Bangladesh FC averages are really, in comparsion to our players FC averages. Still going to be tough Test series, if our top players don't perform. But its good see Bulter, Thomas and Wilson hit some form against their players before the Test series.
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    Good stuff.
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    Excellent performance from everyone involved with Thomas, Butler & Towns doing their chances of test selection no harm. Simon will be disapointed he didn't get a bigger score.

    On a personal note, it was disapointing not to get more wickets.
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    Haha, dominant performance there, brilliant stuff Colts. Class team performance all round, great bowling from Nick, Mike and Geg, batting all down the order. Can't complain.

    Not a bad effort from Rasel, though.

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    Damn you Syed Rasel! But still, Banglandesh will always be the Colts Bitches! "All their base belong to us!"

    The oily Butler has done it again and brilliant stuff from Geg and Wilo. Let's keep up the good run boys!
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