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    *Mutters before spending hours in the nets*

    3 catches makes the 6 runs I scored a little easier to deal with...

    Good win all the same Jets...let's keep it going!!
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    dalm the panthers have been taking a beating..

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    Davistow Darters v Twybridge Titans @ Heathridge Oval

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    Davistow:	Twybridge:
    Dawlat		Joslin
    +McDonagh	+Burke
    Naik		Gunn
    Ehsan		Bokey
    Comley		Amresh Kumar
    Chapman		Buttsworth
    Murdoch		Naidu
    Cassidy		Hale
    Watt		White
    Kennett		Cotterill
    Pradeep		Dolphin
    Despite a half-century from Dawlat, Davistow Darters failed to assert control after opting to bat first at their Heathridge Oval, as Cotterill completed a five-wicket-haul to keep the visitors into the game. However, without any professional help against Watt and Kennett, they were always going to struggle with the bat, and when Stephen Burke gave a return catch to Watt for 10 they were staring down the barrel. Watt took the first three, Kennett the next two, and David Comley broke a 47-run stand between Gunn and Naidu to see the Titans crashing from 88 for 5 to 131 all out. The second time around, Comley stamped his authority on the Titans' bowlers, hitting 75 runs in a well-crafted innings which helped his side to 192 for 5. The Titans needed 278 in a day, but once again Burke deserted them early, and they closed on 55 for 3 - well short. Watt and Kennett then wrecked havoc on the second day, ending with 4-41 and 5-32 respectively, and the Titans were bowled out for a meagre 86 to lose their first match this season.

    Davistow Darters 182 & 226 beat
    Twybridge Titans 131 & 86 by 191 runs
    Points: Davistow 14, Twybridge 0

    Edfield Seahawks v Nixonstown Foxes @ Sanderston Ground

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    Edfield:	Nixonstown:
    +Mřrk		Pitt
    Barnaby		Feeney
    Herbert		Fensome
    James		Adhikari
    Satish Kumar	+Gray
    Galbraith	Grierson
    GN Nayak	Prestwidge
    Borcich		Sanjeet
    Whitehead	Eccles
    MS Smith	Gundry
    Derick		Edmunds
    A slow first day, with 199 runs scored for four wickets, ruined all chances of a result at Sanderston. Paddy Gundry's patience paid off, as he got figures of six for 68, but he would have preferred a lower strike rate as he failed to prevent Edfield batting all the way until lunch on day two. Alex Feeney and Jamee Gray hit half-centuries in reply, and though Matt Smith managed to take five wickets with a late burst, the Foxes got an 18-run lead on first innings. With three early wickets falling, the Seahawks once again retreated into their shell, but a fine spell from Gundry saw the Seahawks crash from 156 for 3 to 212. Chasing 195 in 37 overs, Nick Borcich repaired a poor first innings with the wicket of Pitt, and the first three wickets fell for 20 to give the Seahawks a glimmer of a hope. However, patient knocks from Adhikari, Gray and Grierson ensured the inevitable draw.

    Edfield Seahawks 268 & 212 drew with
    Nixonstown Foxes 286 & 69-5
    Points: Edfield 5, Nixonstown 6

    Pickford Panthers v Campsfield Braves @ Youngshead Ground

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    Pickford:	Campsfield:
    Richings	Langdon
    Bhattacharjee	Jahangir
    +Hepworth	Singh
    Jacob		Hasabnis
    Chopra		McEwan
    Trafford	Gooljar
    Cockerill	+Harvey
    Gokarn		Jacklin
    Rabone		Dunks
    McCrystal	Das
    Bhadauria	Jadeja
    Pickford defied the odds against leading Campsfield to register a thumping win at Youngshead, their reserve ground. A side totally without professionals routed Campsfield for 64, with nine men registering single-figure scores, then batted to 223 as Gooljar, for once, was left stumped. (So was Pickford's middle order batsman Trafford, for 51). He did take five for 72, but Hepworth and Jacob frustrated him for long periods, and that allowed Pickford to take a lead of 159. The second time around, Dhamaka Singh hit an exquisite 88 - only to be let down by his team-mates as Bhattacharjee completed a nine-wicket-haul in the match and the Panthers recorded an innings win and pass Edfield in the table once again.

    Campsfield Braves 64 & 154 lost to
    Pickford Panthers 223 by an innings and five runs
    Points: Pickford 17, Campsfield 0

    Greater Robbham de Grooters v Stedingham Jets @ CW Bar Ground

    Code:
    Robbham:	Stedingham:
    Lucas		+Mamesh
    Dobson		Stedman
    Dauth		Wallis
    Sukhvinder	Prabhakar Rao
    Tebbut		Deodhar
    Robbins		Chaudhari
    MR Smith	Kalmar
    Palmer		Bennett
    Finnegan	Javed
    +Jervis		Bala
    McKern		Loganathan
    James Stedman's 94 and Marc Robbins' five-for were the highlights of the first innings at the Bar Ground, which was otherwise a pretty standard innings. Stedman put on 78 with an unusually reserved Mamesh for the first wicket, but Robbins thwarted Stedingham's hopes of a huge total with steady medium pace. Loganathan was then back to the form he'd showed in the previous match, and by his sixth over he had taken five for 24. Once again, however, Robbins was to tug his team back, though this time he had help from a flamboyant Beamer Smith. Smith thumped thirteen fours in a whirlwind 114 before Loganathan had him bowled in the penultimate over of the first day. However, Robbins pushed onwards to make 78, and with good support from the rest of the order the Grooters totalled 257 in their first innings - Loganathan having grabbed eight for 95. Once again, Stedingham attacked early on, but lost early wickets before Callum McKern took apart the tail, leaving de Grooters with a modest 159 to win. However, amid frequent rainshowers, de Grooters failed spectacularly - key batsman Dauth hit 23 before slapping the ball to Sean Bennett at mid on, and Bennett and Kalmar chipped in with wickets as de Grooters crashed to 78 for 9. Robbins tried to play responsibly, hoping that his batting partner McKern would hold out and they would somehow sneak a win, but instead Robbins was trapped lbw by the tricky leg-spin of Kalmar. Stedingham thus snatched victory for the second day running.

    Stedingham Jets 206 & 209 beat
    Greater Robbham de Grooters 257 & 99 by 59 runs
    Points: Greater Robbham 2, Stedingham 13

    Garven Island Sharks v Gofftown Tigers @ Clowich Stadium

    Code:
    Garven Island:	Gofftown:
    Tariq		Courtis
    Hanbury		Thampi
    Shaukhat	Mohammad
    +Monaghan	+Vaughan
    Gregory		Dwyer
    Piper		Nash
    Edmondson	Jamaluddin
    Dharajia	Kipling
    Teague		Swann
    Bristow		Hartley
    Stuart		Masterman
    Chris Dwyer continued on the fine vein of form, but his swashbuckling 73 was not enough to carry the Tigers past 200 and to a bonus point, as only Mohammad Mahmood managed to string some kind of innings together. Teague took four wickets early on, but then disappeared somewhat, and the fielders took centre stage as Gofftown were bowled out for 194. In reply, Neil Hanbury ground out 84 for the Sharks, while Dharajia took 168 balls - and still didn't get out of single figures when Dwyer closed the innings with his sixth wicket. Dwyer hit 43 in the second innings, but once again his teammates failed him, and the Tigers were bowled out for 131 with Teague and Bristow taking three wickets each - and Hanbury and Shaukhat easily secured the win for the hosts.

    Gofftown Tigers 194 & 131 lost to
    Garven Island Sharks 233 & 93-2 by eight wickets
    Points: Garven Island 13, Gofftown 0

    Code:
    		W-L-D	BP Pts
    Davistow	6-3-1	26  89
    Campsfield	6-3-1	18  81
    Nixonstown	4-5-1	23  70
    Gofftown	5-3-2	12  66
    Robbham		5-2-3	13  66
    Stedingham	4-6-0	15  63
    Twybridge	3-3-4	18  58
    Garven Island	4-4-2	11  57
    Pickford	3-6-1	10  41
    Edfield		1-6-3	15  36
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    Me and Tharmi sharing new ball. What sim is this? Bloody worked, though. Come on the Jets.


    Nice to see Stedders in the runs, too.


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    How did Pickford manage that one?!
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    yes another good performance from me but we lost again!!

    we will win our next game!!!!

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    63 overs in the match plus 271 balls faced?

    I'm knackered!
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    Nice win there for the Jets, lets keep this up. I don't opening the bowling TBH Sean, it gives me more overs then i would get bowling 1st or 2nd change. 3rd 10 fer this season, can't complain on a personal note. Hopefully i can continue this form in the OD tommorow

    BTW Thamba you caught 3 and dropped 3, just saving you the time of looking into the BB files.
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    Chris Dwyer is my friend irl and I'm pretty sure his sign up sheet had him as an offspinner. But even so, I'm glad he did well. Hope he can get a game in the Dev league soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel_Vimes
    ... and when Stephen Burke gave a return catch to Watt for 10 they were staring down the barrel ... but once again Burke deserted them early, and they closed on 55 for 3 - well short.
    Thanks Hakon. Makes me feel a whole lot better

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    Quote Originally Posted by dontcloseyoureyes
    Chris Dwyer is my friend irl and I'm pretty sure his sign up sheet had him as an offspinner. But even so, I'm glad he did well. Hope he can get a game in the Dev league soon.
    I have him in my database as an offspinner too, who can bat quite a bit.

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    Whoa, two matches two 70's..thats pretty cool, though i have a few newby questions

    How often are grade matches played?

    And

    Because my name is first in our bowling lineup, does that mean i open? If so, i think thats why we are losing, an allrounder Off Spinner opening the bowling LOL

    But anyway, i hope i step up to the Dev. League soon

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    Hey Bobisback, welcome to CW, haven't really noticed you around. I have to tell you though that a certain legend of this site went under the nickname of Bob, so you may hear that a bit.
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    Only a bunch of convicts having been beaten 3-0 and gone 9 tests without a win and won just 1 in 11 against England could go into the home series saying they will win. England will win in Australia again this winter as they are a better side which they have shown this summer. 3-0 doesn't lie girls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobisback
    Whoa, two matches two 70's..thats pretty cool, though i have a few newby questions

    How often are grade matches played?

    And

    Because my name is first in our bowling lineup, does that mean i open? If so, i think thats why we are losing, an allrounder Off Spinner opening the bowling LOL

    But anyway, i hope i step up to the Dev. League soon
    1. Grade matches are played everyday, but you may not play if you are playing for the Reds that day.

    2. All Professional players (Dev League Players) are set as main bowlers, so if you have no other DL Seamers in your side you will open the bowling.

    Is that all right Hakon/David?

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