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    Quote Originally Posted by marc71178
    And if the same player scores 10 runs an innings for the next 5 Tests, he'd still have 9 tons and 3000 runs...
    Of course, everyone would have dropped Bradman if he regustered a poor series. Considering Cloete is comfortably our best batsman, he is an automatic selection.
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    Quote Originally Posted by marc71178
    Apart from the request to not bowl a certain person at all?
    1/ The request was not to bowl him unless the situation was dire.

    2/ He bowled a handful of overs during the period! On the rare occasion that he bowled more than a couple of overs, he took wickets crucial to the team's cause!
    Sreesanth said, "Next ball he was beaten and I said, 'is this the King Charles Lara? Who is this impostor, moving around nervously? I should have kept my mouth shut for the next ball - mind you, it was a length ball - Lara just pulled it over the church beyond the boundary! He is a true legend."


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    Thurday 15th October

    Cricket Web Green v Cricket Web Blue at PDV Dome
    FC Match

    CW Blue XI: Mr Mxyzptlk (C), Broncoman (vc), Dylan Jellett (wk), Tom Halsey, Craig, StUEy, Nath Patrick, Sudeep, Jason Toogood, Adam, Peter Young.

    CW Green XI: Age Master (C), Lo' Darkness (vc), Jamee999 (wk), Xavier Rose, Delkap, Rob Timewell, Waughney, Cloete, Blewy, Majin, Nathan Hoy.

    Day 1 Conditions:
    Ball : The ball is nice and new.
    Pitch : A perfect batting pitch with no visible cracks.
    Bounce : High bounce. Just what the fast bowlers want.
    Outfield : Very fast outfield. Lots of boundaries likely to be scored.
    Weather : Fine and Sunny with light cloud.

    Toss: CW Green, bowl

    Day 1 Game Events:
    * Master dropped Broncoman (10) off Timewell - 17/0
    * Master dropped Young (15) off Timewell - 38/0
    * CW Blue Lunch - 88/1
    * Darkness dropped Young (44) off his own bowling - 118/1
    * Peter Young 50 off 123 balls; 6 fours, 1 six
    * StUEy 50 off 115 balls; 4 fours
    * CW Blue Tea - 205/1
    * Waughney dropped Toogood (13) off Rose - 247/4
    * Master dropped Toogood (20) off Hoy - 265/5
    * CW Blue Stumps - 266/5 (95 overs)(Jason Toogood 20*, Sudeep 8*)
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    Day 2:
    Ball : The ball is nice and new.
    Pitch : A perfect batting pitch with no visible cracks.
    Bounce : Good bounce with the occasional one lifting off a good length.
    Outfield : Very fast outfield. Lots of boundaries likely to be scored.
    Weather : Fine and Sunny with light cloud.

    Day 2 Game Events:
    * Jason Toogood 50 off 90 balls; 5 fours, 1 six
    * CW Blue Lunch - 365/6
    * Dylan Jellett 50 off 98 balls; 4 fours, 2 sixes
    * Master dropped Mr M (1) off Delkap - 386/7
    * Majin dropped Mr M (22) off Delkap - 418/7
    * Jason Toogood 100 off 217 balls; 7 fours, 1 six
    * CW Blue Tea - 468/7
    * CW Blue 469/7 declared (161.5 overs)
    * Mr M missed a hard chance of Waughney (4) off Adam - 10/0
    * Craig missed a hard chance of Waughney (10) off Patrick - 23/0
    * Jellett missed a hard chance of Jamee999 (11) off Halsey - 24/0
    * Jellett missed a half-chance of Cloete (5) off Halsey - 65/1
    * CW Green Stumps - 81/1 (32 overs)(Jamee999 33*, Cloete 17*)
    ---
    Day 3:
    Ball : The ball is starting to lose its shine.
    Pitch : A fairly good batting pitch with a few cracks.
    Bounce : Good bounce with the occasional one lifting off a good length.
    Outfield : Very fast outfield. Lots of boundaries likely to be scored.
    Weather : Very hot and sunny. Not a cloud in the sky.

    Day 3 Game Events:
    * Cloete 50 off 80 balls; 9 fours
    * Craig missed a hard chance of Majin (19) off Halsey - 178/4
    * CW Green Lunch - 190/4
    * Craig dropped Majin (31) off Mr M - 217/4
    * Cloete 100 off 181 balls; 14 fours
    * Sudeep missed a half-chance of Rose (11) off Halsey - 264/7
    * Jellett dropped Rose (14) off Patrick - 279/8
    * CW Blue Tea - 298/8
    * CW Blue 306 all out (100.3 overs)
    * Hoy dropped Young (1) off Timewell - 3/0
    * Master dropped Craig (18) off Delkap - 72/2
    * CW Green Stumps - 79/2 (23 overs)(StUEy 46*, Craig 19*)
    ---
    Day 4:
    Ball : The ball is starting to lose its shine.
    Pitch : A fairly good batting pitch with a few cracks.
    Bounce : Nice consistent bounce off a good length.
    Outfield : Very fast outfield. Lots of boundaries likely to be scored.
    Weather : Fine and Sunny with light cloud.

    Day 4 Game Events:
    * Master dropped StUEy (47) off Hoy - 87/2
    * StUEy 50 off 78 balls; 6 fours
    * Craig 50 off 90 balls; 8 fours
    * Jamee999 dropped Sudeep (12) off Majin - 135/3
    * CW Blue Lunch - 163/3
    * Jamee999 dropped Toogood (4) off Waughney - 192/4
    * CW Blue Tea - 233/7
    * Jamee999 mistumped Halsey (6) off Majin - 244/7
    * CW Blue 259/7 declared (98 overs)
    * CW Green set to chase 423 runs from 129 overs to win
    * CW Green Stumps - 71/1 (24 overs)(Jamee999 27*, Cloete 16*)
    ---
    Day 5:
    Ball : The ball is starting to lose its shine.
    Pitch : A fairly good batting pitch with a few cracks.
    Bounce : Okay bounce with the odd one keeping low.
    Outfield : Very fast outfield. Lots of boundaries likely to be scored.
    Weather : Fine and Sunny with light cloud.

    Day 5 Game Events:
    * Sudeep missed a half-chance of Cloete (16) off Patrick - 73/1
    * Cloete 50 off 122 balls; 5 fours
    * Toogood dropped Blewy (34) off Mr M - 156/2
    * CW Green Lunch - 190/3
    * Lord of Darkness 50 off 72 balls; 6 fours
    * CW Green Tea - 295/6
    * Jellett dropped Rose (0) off Adam - 322/7
    * Toogood dropped Timewell (11) off Sudeep - 351/9
    * Adam dropped Delkap (9) off Halsey - 355/9
    * Mr M took 5 wickets
    * CW Green 359 all out (119 overs)

    Cricket Web Blue 1st Innings 469 for 8 dec.
    Cricket Web Green 1st Innings 306 all out
    Cricket Web Blue 2nd Innings 259 for 7 dec.
    Cricket Web Green 2nd Innings 359 all out
    Cricket Web Blue won by 63 runs.

    Daily Blast Comment: A game won by the batting of Blue. A fantastic century by Toogood lay the foundations, but CW Green fought back behind a Cloete hundred. Still the Blues took a hefty 1st innings lead and batted well enough to elevate it over 400 for a tall target. Age Master's men did not give up hope though and took the fight to the last hour of the match when they ran out of steam. Fascinating game with brave performances on both ends.
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    Cricket Web Red v England A at the MCG
    FC Match

    CW Red XI: Marc71178 (C), Bugssy (vc), Samuel Vimes (wk), Steds, Gibbs N Smith, Jagaways, Ian Markus, Zaid Ghansar, Dave, Supa Freak, Deeps.

    Day 1 Conditions:
    Ball : The ball is nice and new.
    Pitch : A perfect batting pitch with no visible cracks.
    Bounce : High bounce. Just what the fast bowlers want.
    Outfield : Very fast outfield. Lots of boundaries likely to be scored.
    Weather : Cloudy with occasional breaks of sun.

    Toss: CW Red, bat

    Day 1 Game Events:
    * CW Red Lunch - 85/1
    * Samuel Vimes 50 off 93 balls; 4 fours
    * CW Red Tea - 182/4
    * Deeps (48) was dropped by Read off Cork - 236/5
    * Deeps 50 off 71 balls; 6 fours
    * Deeps (56) was dropped by Read off Tremlett - 262/6
    * Deeps (56) was dropped by Bell off Tremlett - 262/6
    * CW Red Stumps - 294/7 (90 overs)(Zaid Ghansar 13*, Steds 1*)
    ---
    Day 2:
    Ball : The ball is nice and new.
    Pitch : A perfect batting pitch with no visible cracks.
    Bounce : High bounce. Just what the fast bowlers want.
    Outfield : Very fast outfield. Lots of boundaries likely to be scored.
    Weather : Fine and Sunny with light cloud.

    Day 2 Game Events:
    * CW Red 301 all out (91.3 overs)
    * Marc71178 missed a hard chance of Troughton (25) off Dave - 29/0
    * Dave missed a run out chance of Troughton (33) - 51/0
    * Smith dropped Ward (19) off Dave - 61/0
    * Eng A Lunch - 79/0
    * Eng A Tea - 168/4
    * Ghansar dropped Silverwood (0) first ball off Marc71178 - 220/7
    * Eng A Stumps - 243/8 (97 overs)
    ---
    Day 3:
    Ball : The ball is old and soft.
    Pitch : A perfect batting pitch with no visible cracks.
    Bounce : Good bounce with the occasional one lifting off a good length.
    Outfield : Very fast outfield. Lots of boundaries likely to be scored.
    Weather : Hot and sunny with very high light clouds.

    Day 3 Game Events:
    * Deeps dropped Smith (49) off Steds - 253/8
    * Eng A 257 all out (114.3 overs)
    * CW Red Lunch - 33/1
    * Markus (0) was dropped first ball by Read off Tremlett - 55/2
    * Marc71178 (33) was dropped by Blackwell off Silverwood - 109/3
    * CW Red Tea - 134/5
    * Marc71178 (42) was dropped by Ward off Cork - 136/5
    * Marc71178 50 off 112 balls; 6 fours
    * Marc71178 (57) was dropped by Blackwell off Cork - 171/5
    * Marc71178 (58) was dropped by Silverwood off Tremlett - 180/5
    * Bugssy (36) was dropped by Read off Silverwood - 194/5
    * CW Red Stumps - 209/5 (70 overs)(Marc71178 69*, Bugssy 45*)
    ---
    Day 4:
    Ball : The ball is getting old.
    Pitch : A fairly good batting pitch with a few cracks.
    Bounce : Nice consistent bounce off a good length.
    Outfield : Very fast outfield. Lots of boundaries likely to be scored.
    Weather : Hot and sunny with very high light clouds.

    Day 4 Game Events:
    * Bugssy (45) was dropped by Cork off Saggers - 209/5
    * Bugssy 50 off 107 balls; 5 fours
    * Bugssy (56) was dropped by Ward off Saggers - 223/5
    * Marc71178 100 off 278 balls; 11 fours, 1 six
    * CW Red Lunch - 276/9
    * CW Red 287 all out (103.1 overs)
    * Eng A set to chase 332 runs from 150 overs to win
    * Eng A Tea - 53/0
    * Vimes missed a half-chance of Ward (38) off Freak - 105/4
    * Eng A Stumps - 143/5 (60 overs)(Ian Blackwell 19*, Chris Read 6*)
    ---
    Day 5:
    Ball : The ball is starting to go soft.
    Pitch : A fairly good batting pitch with a few cracks.
    Bounce : Okay bounce with the odd one keeping low.
    Outfield : Very fast outfield. Lots of boundaries likely to be scored.
    Weather : Fine and Sunny with light cloud.

    Day 5 Game Events:
    * Bugssy missed a half-chance of Read (13) off Dave - 163/6
    * 32 minutes were lost to rain; early lunch taken
    * Eng A Lunch - 166/6
    * 24 minutes were lost to rain
    * Jagaways missed a half-chance of Cork (20) off Dave - 177/7
    * 52 minutes were lost to rain
    * Eng A Tea - 208/8
    * Eng A 240 all out (107 overs)

    Cricket Web Red 1st Innings 301 all out
    England 'A' 1st Innings 257 all out
    Cricket Web Red 2nd Innings 287 all out
    England 'A' 2nd Innings 240 all out
    Cricket Web Red won by 91 runs.

    Daily Blast Comment: Taking all their experience from the defeat of last week into consideration, the Reds charged back with a professional showing to beat England A in the rematch. England A did ultimately literally drop the game, but skipper Marc's determined hundred and a bit of magical spin bowling saw it home. Steds and Supa Freak were a useful combination and took wickets at key stages. The cake was then topped by a 4-wicket burst from Dave, finishing things off nicely. Good win in tough times for the Reds.
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    Great Win BlueBoys.

    89 and 78 for me Stoked about that.
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    Errrr sorry for the confusion - I was writing that post as Liam posted those results, so I was talking about the first game between Green and Blue.

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    CW Allrounders In Sheep Scandal!

    [CW Oval] Imran Khan Jr. and Yasa Fayaz were suspended from duty for CW cricket when it was discovered that they were illegally importing sheep to the East coast of Australia. It is not clear where the sheep source from, but neither player possesses a sheep importing liscence.

    The offence, though not commonly occurring, is punishable by jail time of up to 15 years and is little known of in Australia. No comment from the CW Red management, the players, the CWBCC nor the sheep's lawyer.

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    But well done again guys. 51 from me this time.

    Great work Toogood, PY, Stuey, Liam and Craig.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Mxyzptlk
    [CW Oval] Imran Khan Jr. and Yasa Fayaz were suspended from duty for CW cricket when it was discovered that they were illegally importing sheep to the East coast of Australia. It is not clear where the sheep source from, but neither player possesses a sheep importing liscence.

    The offence, though not commonly occurring, is punishable by jail time of up to 15 years and is little known of in Australia. No comment from the CW Red management, the players, the CWBCC nor the sheep's lawyer.
    LMFAO ]
    No comment on the thousands of sheep in my backyard whcih happens to be on the East Coast of Australia!

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    Well done Reds - I just need to stop this habit of getting to 100 and getting out

    Still, we did the job, a big thanks to the late stand-in - it's hard to perform when you're called on at such short notice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Mxyzptlk
    The offence, though not commonly occurring, is punishable by jail time of up to 15 years and is little known of in Australia. No comment from the CW Red management, the players, the CWBCC nor the sheep's lawyer.
    The Reds confirm that the player involved in this incident has been sacked without appeal - his underhand methods threaten the whole integrity of the system, and I have long campaigned for that to be recognised.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJellett
    LMFAO ]
    No comment on the thousands of sheep in my backyard whcih happens to be on the East Coast of Australia!
    Investigations will ensue. We're hiring a professional. Nibblet knows a guy who knows a guy who ate some beans.

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    Firstly....i say hang'em!

    Secondly, our inabulity to bowl the Blues out even once was very poor, and cost us any chance at victory. Hopefully this is'nt the start of a trend. The Batsman lead by Cloete tried hard but were never really in with a chance.

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    5D Stats, Averages and Standings

    Blacks done as far as the title goes. A slim shot of playoff, but they need Blue and Green to defeat England A and then to beat Australia A in an game newly scheduled for Tuesday 19th October at the SCG.
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    The Blacks support the Reds entirely and the same action has been taken on Fayaz.
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