CW Black.Originally Posted by China_Star
CW Black.Originally Posted by China_Star
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Name: Zac E. Gelman
Batting average: 28.9
Bowling average: 27.4
Batting SR: 40
Bowling economy: 4.00
From Mr Gelman onwards, a draft method will be used to assign the rookies. The order is as follows:
Captains or team management may decline to offer a contract to players, but are urged to do so ASAP. Other teams lower in the drafting order may also declare their interest. The player will be contracted to the highest team in the order who wants the player, if this does not cause an imbalance in squad size. Retirement, injuries or call-ups may affect this drafting order, as the CWBCC strives to keep squad sizes equal.
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Was the idea of the captains all saying what they needed most and the player going to the side with that vacancy scrapped then?Originally Posted by Samuel_Vimes
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Well, this is sort of it. There is a selected order, but captains can decide what they need and don't need, and reject players if they don't need that player type.Originally Posted by marc71178
Guess it needs the 5 skippers to get together and decide who gets what then!
I think that means that whoever is next in line for a player gets the first opportunity to sign whoever signs up next, however if they aren't interested in that sort of player then they can 'pass it on' to the next team in line and wait for the next player to sign up in the hope that it will be a player that they might find more useful. Is that right?
If you pass, do you lose your spot at the top of the order?
Last season that wasn't the case, but I'm not sure if it's still the same.
Nah, but if you do take a player, you'll fall to the bottom.Originally Posted by vic_orthdox
Yep.Originally Posted by Loony BoB
Green will pass on Mr Gelman, with our stock of fast bowlers i doubt he would get much of a go early in the season at least.
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With Patrick, Demeza, Smith, Dunn, Fuller and Camps already steaming to go, Blue will pass on Mr. Gelman.
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