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    *Official* CW Grade Cricket discussion and results thread

    The CW Grade cricket tournaments will commence tonight, so that the first round of matches will not coincide with the Manuel Ramprakash Trophy final - as such, the opening round of matches will see all CW players turn out. The games will then carry on for 10 days, coinciding with the charity series - which is intended, as grade matches were designed for the players who doesn't get a game. The teams will compete for the Nibblets Grade Trophy in three-day cricket and the AA Grade Cup in one-day cricket, with the finals to be held on 13th and 14th of November - although they may be moved if they coincide with grade matches, as we wish everyone to be involved in the closing stages.

    Both tournaments will have a structure with an initial group stage of three groups (one group of four and two of three) where the top three plus the best second-placed team (on points per game average, then on net run rate), will qualify for the semi-final knock-outs. The points system is attached, along with the schedule for the games.

    Three-Day Groups:

    Group A:

    Gofftown Tigers
    Stedingham Jets
    Pickford Panthers
    Davistow Darters

    Group B:

    Campsfield Braves
    Garven Island Sharks
    Edfield Seahawks

    Group C:

    Twybridge Titans
    Nixonstown Foxes
    Greater Robbham Grooters

    One-day groups:

    Group A:

    Campsfield Braves
    Davistow Darters
    Twybridge Titans
    Garven Island Sharks

    Group B:

    Edfield Seahawks
    Pickford Panthers
    Stedingham Jets

    Group C:

    Greater Robbham de Grooters
    Gofftown Tigers
    Nixontown Foxes

    Without further ado, here are the official squads:

    Campsfield Braves:

    Code:
    Name			Affiliation	Player Type
    AJ Blackman		CW Black	opening batsman
    LA Camps		CW Blue		all-rounder, seam
    BM Chattha		amateur		rabbit, medium pace
    AAA Collins		CW Blue		seam bowler
    RSJ Das			amateur		medium pace
    DY Dubb-Lynch		CW Black	wicket-keeper
    PC Dunks		amateur		medium pace
    DR Hasabnis		amateur		specialist batsman
    LJ Harvey		amateur		wicket-keeper
    EL Heath		retired		all-rounder, seam
    PM Jacklin		amateur		medium pace
    Jahangir Masood		amateur		spin all-rounder, occasional opening batsman
    JJ Jadeja		amateur		rabbit, off break
    Jamil Nazir		amateur		medium pace
    KR Kode			retired		specialist batsman
    RC Langdon		amateur		opening batsman, left-arm spin
    RJ McEwan		amateur		all-rounder, medium pace
    J Toogood		retired		all-rounder, medium pace
    MW Wilson		CW Black	all-rounder, pace
    Davistow Darters:

    Code:
    RNG Bayley		amateur		all-rounder, medium pace
    KG Cassidy		amateur		off break
    TN Chapman		amateur		opening batsman
    DJ Comley		CW Colts	all-rounder, off break
    Dawlat Ameer		amateur		opening batsman
    Ehsan Ahsan		amateur		specialist batsman
    M Gaukroger		retired		opening batswoman, wicket-keeper
    NS Hoy			CW Green	pace bowler
    DA Kearsley		CW Black	specialist batsman
    DM Kennett		CW Red		pace bowler
    TN McDonagh		amateur		opening batsman, wicket-keeper
    LLAA Murdoch		amateur		all-rounder, medium pace
    RA Langley		CW Red		opening batsman, economical leg-spin
    JDH Lawrence		amateur		rabbit
    CA Naik			amateur		specialist batsman
    NL Patrick		CW Blue		pace bowler
    VH Pradeep		amateur		pace bowler
    Waheed Ahmed		amateur		pace bowler
    DJ Watt			CW Red		pace bowler
    Edfield Seahawks:

    Code:
    UWMG Baber		amateur		wicket-keeper
    PS Banik		amateur		all-rounder, medium pace
    ND Barnaby		amateur		opening batsman
    P Bharat		CW Colts	specialist batswoman
    NA Borcich		CW Red		pace bowler
    NG Derick		amateur		off break
    DM Galbraith		amateur		specialist batsman
    Ghaffar Khan		amateur		specialist batsman
    A Herbert		amateur		opening batsman
    KF James		amateur		specialist batsman
    MF Morton		amateur		medium pace
    H Mřrk			CW Red		opening batsman, wicket-keeper
    G Nayak			CW Colts	specialist batsman, occasional pace
    GN Nayak		CW Red		all-rounder, seam
    DK Rai			CW Green	all-rounder, leg break
    JE Sanders		retired		all-rounder, seam
    GP Satish Kumar		amateur		specialist batsman
    DP Towns		CW Colts	opening batsman
    DP Tucker		CW Colts	all-rounder, off break
    RS Whitehead		amateur		off break
    Garven Island Sharks:

    Code:
    SSJ Bristow		amateur		medium pace
    AP Cloete		CW Blue		specialist batsman
    BC Cunningham		CW Green	all-rounder, pace
    KC Das			amateur		medium pace
    DC Edmondson		amateur		medium pace
    T Evans			retired		all-rounder, seam
    SG Fitzsimmons		CW Blue		opening batsman
    AJ Garven		CW Green	specialist batsman, occasional keeper and medium pacer
    APA Gregory		amateur		all-rounder, medium pace
    NBTK Hanbury		amateur		opening batsman
    A Lezama		CW Green	opening batsman, wicket-keeper
    MH Monaghan		amateur		wicket-keeper
    DG Piper		amateur		all-rounder, medium pace
    DP Richards	 	CW Black	left arm spin
    XPA Rose		CW Green	fast bowler
    Shaukhat Shahzad	amateur		specialist batsman
    SA Stuart		amateur		seam bowler
    Tariq Ali		amateur		opening batsman
    Gofftown Tigers:

    Code:
    RGEWS Cribb		CW Blue		opening batsman
    JA Courtis		amateur		opening batsman
    D Deeps			retired		specialist batsman
    BJ Goff			CW Green	specialist captain...um...batsman
    Jamaluddin Hossain	amateur		all-rounder, fast
    S Jasotharan		CW Colts	wicket-keeper
    MKE Hartley		amateur		all-rounder, medium pace
    EF Kipling		amateur		all-rounder, fast
    A Knight		amateur		specialist point fielder
    RJ Malone		CW Green	all-rounder, seam
    JB Malthus-Howell	CW Colts	specialist batsman
    NJ Masterman		amateur		seam bowler
    Mohammad Mahmood	amateur		specialist batsman
    D Muhaffy		retired		medium pace
    SD Nash			amateur		specialist batsman
    SRNA Patel		amateur		wicket-keeper
    KI Thampi		amateur		fast bowler
    GM Thomas		CW Colts	fast bowler
    Nixontown Foxes:

    Code:
    DC Adhikari		amateur		specialist batsman
    S Bhatia		retired		seam bowler
    MJC Currie		CW Blue		all-rounder, off break
    TW Dalton		amateur		wicket-keeper
    BD Eccles		amateur		opening batsman
    JWBW Flanaghan		amateur		specialist batsman
    JR Gray			CW Red		wicket-keeper
    RD Grierson		amateur		all-rounder, left arm spin
    D Hoitink		retired		fast bowler
    JJ Josy			CW Black	opening batsman
    Laeeq Hamidullah	amateur		fast bowler
    I Markus		CW Red		specialist batsman
    E Moon			retired		specialist batsman
    JJ Prestwidge		amateur		opening batsman
    Riaz Wajid		amateur		opening batsman, fast bowler
    DES Sanjeet		amateur		all-rounder, off break
    Tushar Billa		amateur		specialist batsman
    C Taylor		retired		fast bowler
    IC Teisseire		amateur		specialist deep mid off fielder
    Pickford Panthers:

    Code:
    CB Benjamin		CW Black	all-rounder, off break
    LD Bhadauria		amateur		fast bowler
    NC Bhattacharjee	amateur		opening batsman, off break
    DRP Chopra		amateur		specialist batsman
    LE Cockerill		amateur		all-rounder, medium pace
    MW de Silva		CW Blue		all-rounder, fast bowler
    Adil Dewan		retired		wicket-keeper
    SE Fuller		CW Blue		all-rounder, fast bowler
    TC Halsey		CW Blue		leg break
    DJA Gokarn		amateur		specialist batsman
    T Gould			retired		opening batswoman, medium pace
    MA Hepworth		amateur		wicket-keeper
    DB Jacob		amateur		specialist batsman
    JJ McCrystal		amateur		fast bowler
    NS Pickup		CW Black	leg break
    LD Rabone		amateur		all-rounder, medium pace
    JAH Richings		amateur		opening batsman, left-arm spin
    CA Trafford		amateur		specialist batsman
    PE Young		CW Blue		opening batsman, occasional wicket-keeper
    Greater Robbham de Grooters:

    Code:
    MA Broadbridge		amateur		specialist batsman
    A Buxton		amateur		specialist batsman
    AP Chaulk		CW Black	wicket-keeper
    RJ Dauth		CW Red		specialist batsman
    GKK Dobson		CW Red		opening batsman
    JA Finnegan		amateur		all-rounder, left arm spin
    P Fisher		retired		all-rounder, fast
    SR Fortune		amateur		specialist batsman
    Z Ghansar		retired		all-rounder, seam
    TPA Jervis		amateur		wicket-keeper
    EE Lucas		amateur		opening batsman
    CD McKern		CW Colts	fast bowler
    PE Pardhasaradhi	amateur		medium pace
    MJ Robbins		CW Red		all-rounder, medium pace
    PR Sajith		CW Green	opening batsman
    Sukhvinder Singh	amateur		specialist batsman
    Tariq Khan		amateur		opening batsman
    CR Palmer		amateur		specialist batsman
    JW Tebbut		amateur		specialist batsman, medium pace
    Stedingham Jets:

    Code:
    M Bala			amateur		fast bowler
    SA Bennett		CW Red		all-rounder, leg break
    CR Butler		CW Black	specialist batsman
    AA Cameron		CW Green	fast bowler
    LRC Chaudhari		amateur		specialist batsman
    CN Deodhar		amateur		opening batsman
    DRW Gillespie		amateur		medium pace
    RJ Hingston		retired		all-rounder, leg break
    MJ Hogarth		amateur		specialist batsman
    DA Innes		amateur		wicket-keeper
    Javed Shafiq		amateur		fast bowler
    CL Kalmar		CW Black	all-rounder, off break
    T Loganathan		CW Red		off break
    T Mamesh		CW Colts	opening batsman, wicket-keeper
    SK Petherick		amateur		specialist batsman
    RF Prabhakar Rao	amateur		medium pace
    RG Pratap		amateur		medium pace
    JE Stedman		CW Red		opening batsman
    HR Wallis		amateur		opening batsman
    Twybridge Titans:

    Code:
    IS Amresh Kumar		amateur		specialist batsman
    CH Bokey		amateur		specialist batsman
    JB Brown		CW Colts	all-rounder, fast bowler
    SJ Burke		CW Colts	opening batsman, wicket-keeper
    AJ Buttsworth		amateur		all-rounder, fast bowler
    A Crampton		CW Blue		opening batsman, wicket-keeper
    RB Cotterill		amateur		fast bowler
    DD Colabawala		amateur		specialist batsman
    AS Das			CW Colts	opening batsman
    N Dolphin		amateur		specialist batsman
    HWR Gunn		amateur		opening batsman
    LC Hale			amateur		opening batsman, wicket-keeper
    NR Hancock		CW Colts	all-rounder, fast bowler
    LR Joslin		amateur		opening batsman
    JP McNamara		CW Colts	slow left arm 
    VG Naidu		amateur		medium pace
    RJ Twyman		retired		opening batsman
    TV Weber		CW Green	all-rounder, leg break
    EC White		amateur		fast bowler
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    I presume that the Grade Cup semis and Final aren't actually FC, just 3D?

    Could the Grade Cup be called the ClarkeWatch Sponsered 1st Grade Trophy?

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    Or something.

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    Wow i've gained an extra initial and changed bowling style

    Great Work Hakon, looking forard to this
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamee999
    I presume that the Grade Cup semis and Final aren't actually FC, just 3D?

    Could the Grade Cup be called the ClarkeWatch Sponsered 1st Grade Trophy?

    GO FOXES!
    1) Good spot. The CWBCC official responsible has been fired.

    2) No. Nibblets paid more.


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    Isn't Chaulk a keeper?

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    I think this First-Class market monopoly the Nibblets has is ludicrous!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamee999
    I think this First-Class market monopoly the Nibblets has is ludicrous!
    What First Class? I can't see no First Class cricket in this thread.

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    Big match first up with the Braves vs the Sharks

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    Opening round - Grade cricket

    GROUP A

    Tigers v Jets

    Code:
    Gofftown Tigers		Stedingham Jets
    RGEWS Cribb		+T Mamesh		
    JA Courtis		JE Stedman
    *BJ Goff		CR Butler
    +S Jasotharan		RF Prabhakar Rao
    RJ Malone		LRC Chaudhari
    JB Malthus-Howell	*RJ Hingston
    D Deeps			CL Kalmar
    Jamaluddin Hossain	SA Bennett
    D Muhaffy		T Loganathan
    GM Thomas		M Bala
    NJ Masterman		AA Cameron
    Jasotharan was the hero in Gofftown, as the hosts rode off with the victory in the opening match of the grade season. The spin attack of the Stedingham team was blunted by Jasotharan, who smacked a ton in 91 balls - although he edged to first slip on 97, but there was no one there and Mamesh could only get his fingertips to it. Sean Bennett was entrusted with plenty of bowling on a flat pitch, and took three wickets, but the Tigers still made their way to 395. Chasing the total, Mamesh and Stedman smacked 22 in the first three overs, before Stedman slogged a ball down Jamaluddin's throat at mid on, and the second day belonged to the Tigers. Jamaluddin and Thomas shared out wickets as the Jets lost three men in fourteen minutes, and despite a rearguard 65 from captain Rich Hingston, the Jets could only muster 226. Following on, Mamesh and Stedman added 64 for the first wicket, but Mamesh was caught for 44 just before stumps on day 2. From then on, the Jets struggled, and Muhaffy and Jamaluddin finished them off for 174 amid the rain breaks. Courtis knocked off two fours in the second over, as the Tigers won easily.

    Tigers 395 & 8-0 bt
    Jets 226 & 174 (f/o) by ten wickets
    Points: Tigers 26, Jets 1

    Panthers v Darters

    Code:
    Pickford Panthers	Davistow Darters
    PE Young		Dawlat Ameer
    T Gould			RA Langley
    MA Hepworth		+M Gaukroger
    MW de Silva		DA Kearsley
    SE Fuller		CA Naik
    CB Benjamin		DJ Comley
    DB Jacob		NS Hoy
    LE Cockerill		VH Pradeep
    +Adil Dewan		*DJ Watt
    TC Halsey		DM Kennett
    *NS Pickup		NL Patrick
    Both teams' brittle batting line-up was exploited at the Pickford minefield, as the match between the Panthers and the Darters was over inside six hours. In the end, Peter Young was the hero as he negotiated a cracked pitch with unpredictable bounce to steer his team to the target. However, the match was action-packed in the six sessions of play. The first session saw the Darters race to 26 for 1 in 7 overs, before Fuller and de Silva dug in to have the Darters 55 for 4 at the end of their spell. Pickup then brought himself in, and with Cockerill he inspired a collapse, as Kearsley was caught at second slip by Young and the Darters crashed to 80 for 8 at lunch, and an eventual total of 97. The Darters came back, as Dave Watt got two wickets with the first five balls of the match, but 15 extras and a gritty 31 from Sean Fuller gave the Panthers a 28-run first innings lead. Once again, the Darters threw away a good position, with Halsey taking three wickets as they crashed from 93 for 4 to a total of 121. The Panthers needed 94 to win, and were helped by the umpire and dropped catches. Young was probably lbw on 3, but the umpire gave him the benefit of the doubt, and he went on to make 31 not out, guiding the Panthers to a six-wicket win.

    Darters 97 & 121 lost to
    Panthers 125 & 94-4 by six wickets
    Points: Panthers 25, Darters 3

    GROUP B

    Braves v Sharks

    Code:
    Campsfield Braves	Garven Island Sharks
    AJ Blackman		SG Fitzsimmons
    +DY Dubb-Lynch		+DA Lezama
    RC Langdon		AP Cloete
    DR Hasabnis		NBTK Hanbury
    *LA Camps		*AJ Garven
    KR Kode			Shaukat Shahzad
    J Toogood		BC Cunningham
    MW Wilson		T Evans
    EL Heath		DP Richards
    AAA Collins		XPA Rose
    JJ Jadeja		SA Stuart
    Despite seven wickets each from CW internationals Liam Camps and Xavier Rose, neither side could force a victory at Campsfield, but the Sharks rode off with the points after a dominant performance from their middle order. Alex Blackman played a composed 82 to top-score, but the Braves failed to convert their good position at 108 for 1 as Tim Evans and Dave Richards stifled the middle order and Xavier Rose then took three wickets, helped by the second new ball in a second spell worth 6-1-23-3. The Sharks lost both openers cheaply, as the Braves' new-ball pairing of Camps and Wilson got good effect, but Andrew Cloete picked out the gaps for an exquisite 88. He was eventually caught off Camps, who finished off the Sharks to end with seven for 91, but Garven and Shaukhat Shahzad had hit half-centuries and the Sharks had gained a first-innings lead of 101. More rain on day three and slow batting from Camps and Kode meant that the match petered out to a draw.

    Braves 257 & 308 drew with
    Sharks 358 & 35-1
    Points: Braves 5, Sharks 14

    GROUP C

    Titans v Foxes

    Code:
    Twybridge Titans	Nixontown Foxes
    AS Das			JJ Josy
    LR Joslin		JJ Prestwidge
    HWR Gunn		I Markus
    +A Crampton		*+JR Gray
    RJ Twyman		E Moon
    SJ Burke		MJC Currie
    *TV Weber		DES Sanjeet
    JB Brown		C Taylor
    NB Hancock		S Bhatia
    RB Cotterill		Riaz Wajid
    JP McNamara		D Hoitink
    In another low-scoring match, Twybridge Titans took on the clouds at their home ground to bat home the victory thanks to a match-best score from Colts batsman Arunava Das. The Foxes never got the hang of batting on the true pitch at Twybridge, and but for some lower order resistance, the result could have been much worse. First, new-ball bowler Cotterill dug out four catches in a spell reading 9-3-15-4. Then Nick Hancock continued the treatment, as the Foxes crashed from 55 for 5 at lunch to 79 for 9. However, a determined 30 from David Hoitink, not to mention Jamee Gray's composed (until he slogged one down the throat of Twyman at square leg) 45 brought the total up to 125. Corey Taylor immediately found the outside edge with the new ball for the Foxes, but captain and keeper Jamee Gray floored the sitter - and Das, the reprieved batsman, went on to make 41 before dragging an inswinger from Bhatia onto his stumps. He had put on 62 with Joslin, however, and the stage was set. A two-hour spell from Matt Currie yielded four wickets for 36, but the Titans still made 147, with Stephen Burke making the second-highest score with 27 not out. Batting again, the Foxes made 36 for the first wicket, and at 59 for 2 at stumps on day one they were pretty well positioned. They collapsed again, though, with Brown taking three wickets and inciting a crash to 103 for 8. However, Sanjeet put on 71 with Bhatia for the ninth wicket, and the Titans were set a tricky 154 to win. Das played an excellent innings, however, waiting for the sun to come out before he took on the bowlers. He was eventually lbw to Taylor for 50, but by that time the Titans were 121 for 3 and easing home. Alex Crampton also made 32 not out as the Titans made their way to 154 for 3 and a seven-wicket win.

    Foxes 125 & 175 lost to
    Titans 147 & 154-3 by seven wickets
    Points: Titans 23, Foxes 3
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    boring boring Braves

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    Nicely presented and well done, Hakon. this is going to be a lot of fun.

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    Not a great start for the Braves there...

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    Quote Originally Posted by superkingdave
    boring boring Braves
    I dunno. This was pretty exciting:

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    Unplayable really. It's a miracle you were skilled enough to touch it at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Mxyzptlk
    I dunno. This was pretty exciting:

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    Unplayable really. It's a miracle you were skilled enough to touch it at all.

    I didn't, in fact i'd actually played a trescothickesque leave and the ball was perhaps six inches away from the bat, tbh i thought it was a borderline wide, but i suppose you have to accept these kind of decisions in Campsfield, there were a couple of nailed on LBW's that got turned down aswell, i guess the white stick factory is still doing a roaring trade round there.


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