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    Well done team, especially vishnu, Craig, Imran Khan and David. Pretty pleased with my own batting form as a support batsman.

    1-day statistics after December the 8th:

    Highest batting average in the Dev League: Jamie Troughton (England A) 130.00

    Highest batting average for the CW A side: Bugssy 75.00.

    Highest batting average for the CW B side: Imran Khan(jr) 60.00

    Highest number of runs in the Dev League: Bugssy (CW A) 150 runs in 2 innings from 2 matches.

    Highest number of runs for the CW B side: Vishnureddy 103 runs in 2 innings from 2 matches.

    Highest batting strike rate in the Dev League: Yaju Arya (CW B) 300.00 (12 runs from 4 balls)

    Highest batting strike rate in the CW A side: Marc71178 104.65 (45 runs from 43 balls)

    Highest score in an innings in the Dev League: Jamie Troughton (England A) 130.

    Highest score in an innings for the CW A side: Bugssy 80.

    Highest score in an innings for the CW B side: Vishnureddy 89.

    Most wickets taken in the Dev League: David(jr) (CW B) 6.

    Most wickets taken for the CW A side: David Kennett and Mr Wright 4.

    Lowest bowling average in the Dev League: Darren Ganga (West Indies A) 4.00 (1 wicket for 4 runs)

    Lowest bowling average in the CW A side: David Kennett 16.25 (4 wickets for 65 runs)

    Lowest bowling average in the CW B side: Deeps 8.00 (1 wicket for 8 runs)

    Lowest bowling strike rate in the Dev League: Darren Ganga (West Indies A) 6.00 (1 wicket from 1 overs)

    Lowest bowling strike rate in the CW A side: David Kennett 28.50 (4 wickets from 19 overs)

    Lowest bowling strike rate in the CW B side: Deeps 18.00 (1 wicket from 3 overs)

    Most economical bowler in the Dev League: Al Shahriar (Bangladesh) 1.00 (1 run allowed from 1 over)

    Most economical bowler in the CW A side: David Kennett 3.42 (65 runs allowed from 19 overs)

    Most economical bowler in the CW B side: Deeps 2.66 (8 runs allowed from 3 overs)

    BBI in the Dev League: Wasim Akram (Veterans XI) 4-25.

    BBI in the CW A side: Mr Wright 3-26.

    BBI in the CW B side: David(jr) 3-25.
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    Fantastic performance, Was there live.. If you look at the scorecard carefully (under partnerships) it says that we lost 5 wickets for 166 runs but then Vishnureddy smacked the ball around with me supporting him at the other end, but in the 49th over I thought what the hell smashed 4 fours and we ended up with a 127 run partnership from only 123 balls, Craig and Sam did exceptionally well to get you to 94 in just 85 balls, then David Jr. well bowled well, I've improved with the bat but need more time in the bowling department..just warming up. :saint:

    edit: Also if it weren't for my late onslaught we wudnt have got to 290+, yes I rate myself Highly and the rest of you all (as a vc i have to) :!( lol
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    9th December

    New Zealand 'A' 356 & 358
    Cricket Web 'A' 392 & 73/0

    Cricket Web 'A' draw with New Zealand 'A'

    Man of the match: Eyes_Only


    Coach's Comments:
    An impressive captaincy display by Marc71178 was not enough as the bat dominated the ball in this one. Rik bowled superbly in the first innings and David came back nicely after a poor start. R_Powell_fan was the pick of the bowlers in each innings though. Consistent line and length at decent pace. With the bat Eyes_Only was superb showing exceptional technical proficiency in batting with Bugssy who looked at total ease. Marc played a gem of an innings and Age Master was solid as always. The most impressive performance however, was from the lower order, who stood up and added crucial runs. The signs of improvement are there. Now we just have to get all the positives together at once and we could be a force!
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    Veterans XI 380 & 171
    India A 418 & 137/1

    India A won by 9 wickets

    Man of the match: RV Bhardwaj
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    **DIV 2**

    South Africa 'A' 213 & 449
    Cricket Web 'B' 313 & 328/8

    Cricket Web 'B' draw with South Africa 'A'

    Man of the match: M van Jaarsveld


    Coach's Comments:
    A fantastic game with some outstanding performances! For the bad guys, van Jaarsveld smacked 2 hundreds. Gibbs N. Smith played a couple of lovely innings which were almost identical. Yaju bowled superbly and Samuel Vimes took 47 balls to get off the mark in the second innings. Meanwhile, Craig smashed the ball around for 16 fours in his innings. Ultimately, we needed 22 runs to win with 2 wickets in hand when time ran out. A very well played game and a great run chase!
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    Zimbabwe 'A' 348 & 230
    Australia 'A' 328 & 251/3

    Australia 'A' won by 7 wickets

    Man of the match: AA Noffke
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    Re: 9th December

    Originally posted by Mr Mxyzptlk
    Samuel Vimes took 47 balls to get off the mark in the second innings.
    And then he got all excited and was caught off the 48th, for a brilliant 1.
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    Re: Re: 9th December

    Originally posted by Neil Pickup
    And then he got all excited and was caught off the 48th, for a brilliant 1.
    As if suggesting you could have done better :P

    Pleased with my first innings 50 though

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    Here are the official statistics, updated after 9th of December

    (hope my copy-and-paste tactic works, otherwise I'm gonna have to give up this job - seems OK to me though )
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    A nice second innings 50
    Or something.

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    Man of the match: Eyes_Only

    hmm

    i think that innings is about the slowest i have ever scored, felt like Nasser Hussain had i made it to 50 i think it would have been the 2nd slowest ever.
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    some good individual performances and some good team performances, good to see everyone chipping in here and there it really sets us up for yet another good season in 1day and 4day
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    10th December

    **DIV 1**

    India A 546 & 5/0
    England 'A' 220 & 327

    India A won by 10 wickets

    Man of the match: RV Bhardwaj
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    **DIV 2**

    Minnows XI 196 & 180
    South Africa 'A' 341 & 37/1

    South Africa 'A' won by 9 wickets

    Man of the match: JC Kent
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    hmm....two innings..both ended around 80...

    We played well lads, but my tediously slow batting cost us

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    **DIV 1**

    SOUTH AFRICA 'A' 155 37.2 overs
    INDIA A 156/7 37.3 overs

    India A won by 3 wickets

    Man of the match: Aavishkar Salvi
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    VETERANS XI 268/5 50.0 overs
    AUSTRALIA 'A' 254/8 50.0 overs

    Veterans XI won by 14 runs

    Man of the match: Aravinda DeSilva
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    **DIV 2**

    NEW ZEALAND 'A' 183/9 50.0 overs
    ENGLAND 'A' 184/7 43.2 overs

    England 'A' won by 3 wickets

    Man of the match: Ian Bell
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    WEST INDIES 'A' 266/5 50.0 overs
    BANGLADESH 203/9 50.0 overs

    West Indies 'A' won by 63 runs

    Man of the match: Ian Bradshaw
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    my stats - 102 runs in 2 matches @ 25.50 in 5 day and i am yet to play a 1 dayer. still 48 against south africa "a" isnt bad considering i play at a very low level of cricket.

    i am :!( at this thing that i never got to bowl.

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    That's the way that it is for rookies. Rookies generally don't bowl much due the presence of more established part-timers and front-liners. Be patient.

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    12th December

    **DIV 1**

    AUSTRALIA 'A' 184 43.3 overs
    CRICKET WEB 'A' 185/7 32.1 overs

    Cricket Web 'A' won by 3 wickets

    Man of the match: Bugssy


    Coach's Comments:
    Captain Umpire Money bowled superbly, leading from the front, with Mr. Wright and David Kennett exploiting some early seam movement. With the bat, we faltered a bit in the middle order, but once again Age Master batted with calm composure with Rik as they all but saw us home.
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    **DIV 2**

    CRICKET WEB 'B' 278/9 50.0 overs
    WEST INDIES 'A' 247/5 50.0 overs

    Cricket Web 'B' won by 31 runs

    Man of the match: Imran Khan(jr)


    Coach's Comments:
    Another beautiful innings from Gibbs N. Smith, but once again a technical fault exposed, as he was dismissed to a straight pitched-up delivery. Once again Craig exploded at the top, with Imran Khan Jr. batting maturely to hold the innings together. With the ball, all the bowlers were hit about a bit early on, but tightened up after taking a few wickets. Langeveldt in particular bowled well, bowling 7-1-21-2 before Carlton Baugh Jr. went crazy and started taking the aerial route.
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