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    Season XIII Pre-Season
    Masters XI v Oceania Invitational XI

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    A blistering ton by Chris Nevin was not enough to save the Invitational XI, as they crashed to defeat by 10 wickets at the hands of a strong Masters XI. Nevin played the counterattacking role and even took on Shane Warne in reaching 146 from 173 balls with 13 fours and 2 sixes. His innings lifted the Invitational XI to 360 all out to avoid an innings defeat. But Ed Smith and Wavell Hinds raced to the target of 78 within 14 hours.

    The opening act was shared by the West Indian duo of Hinds and Brian Lara. The former scored a solid century at the top of the innings and Lara lit up the CW Oval with his ton costing 113 balls. Lara stormed to 141 before nicking to Nevin behind the stumps. Wickets had tumbled around him in the middle order, but the former West Indies captain proved resolute and stunning in his efforts. At the tail-end Nixon McLean hit four boundaries in 29 to boost the score to 453.

    The response was underwhelming in entirety. The new ball was shared by Heath Streak and Boyd Rankin and the two shared 8 wickets in the innings. The Invitational XI crumbled for 170 and only Rogers (39), Nevin (29) and Adams (34) showed any real resistance. In following on it was a better effort. Dale Benkenstein struck twice with 2 wickets after a solid opening stand, but the middle order played solidly in resistance. Warne was particularly ineffective through the 102.4 over innings, usually looking distracted and too often bowling short. His first wicket did not come until the 60th over of the innings, when he bowled Allan Border for 30 before tea. The Australian legend was bowled by a delivery that spun back through the gate.

    Nevin marched on with his brave charge and stole some pride back to the side of his team. Unfortunately his bowlers could not do the same as Smith launched 3 early sixes in hurrying the end.

    Masters XI 1st innings 453
    BC Lara 141, WW Hinds 106, HJH Marshall 74, DM Benkenstein 40
    AR Adams 5-91

    Oceania Invitational XI 1st innings 170
    JW Rogers 39, AR Adams 34, CJ Nevin 29
    WB Rankin 4-36, HH Streak 4-37

    Oceania Invitational XI 2nd innings (f/o) 360
    CJ Nevin 146, MR Gillespie 33, CD Cumming 31
    WB Rankin 4-95, DM Benkenstein 2-27

    Masters XI 2nd innings 78-0
    ET Smith 47*, WW Hinds 27*

    Masters XI won by 10 wickets.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Mxyzptlk View Post
    But Ed Smith and Wavell Hinds raced to the target of 78 within 14 hours.
    Wow, glad we didn't see a slow chase..
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    Wow, glad we didn't see a slow chase..
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    Season XIII Pre-Season
    Masters XI v Oceania Invitational XI - OD

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    The Masters XI grinded out a 6-wicket win over Oceania Invitational XI on a difficult PDV Dome pitch. With prodigious bounce and movement at their disposal, the Masters XI bowlers tore through the Oceania top order to leave them struggling at 26-4. Tyron Henderson and Boyd Rankin were stunning with the new ball and shared 6 wickets in the innings. Though Chris Nevin (49) and John Rogers (58) battled hard to revive the innings, the Oceania XI managed only 177-9 in their 50 overs.

    They struck early to remove Wavell Hinds, chopping a full delivery onto his stumps, but Brian Lara joined Hamish Marshall in getting the Masters XI off to a solid start. Lara (20) began slowly and took 31 balls to hit his first boundary, then lobbed a simple catch back to Andre Adams a ball later. Damien Martyn came to the crease and struggled for 8 runs and then perished to the bowling of Allan Border. But Marshall stood firm and his 74 provided the platform for a relatively trouble-free chase. He was out with 32 runs still needed, and that allowed Dale Benkenstein to compile a comfortable 18 and accompany Inzamam-ul-Haq (37 not out) to the target without further loss.

    Oceania Invitational XI 177-9 (50)
    JW Rogers 58 (108), CJ Nevin 49 (108), AH Delmont 21 (21)
    T Henderson 3-25 (10), WB Rankin 3-54 (10), L Klusener 2-32 (9)

    Masters XI 178-4 (41.3)
    HJH Marshall 74 (110), Inzamam-ul-Haq 37* (69), BC Lara 20 (32)
    AR Adams 2-42 (8.3), RR Sherlock 1-26 (10)

    Masters XI won by 6 wickets.
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