Watt/Kennett does it again.
Watt/Kennett does it again.
Correct!Originally Posted by chaminda_00
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Top effort DW/KOriginally Posted by AUST_HiTMaN
I've only just discovered I'm in this! what the hell was I doing keeping wicket in that match?Originally Posted by steds
Somebody has to...
You volunteered.Originally Posted by Chubb
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Stedingham Jets v Davistow Darters @ Jets Arena
After batting first and amassing 343, despite the best efforts of Warwick, Comley and Langley, Stedingham then managed to hold Davistow to 276 when fielding. Dawlat hit 113 at a whirlwind pace, but Kalmar chipped away, and good fielding caused three run-outs and few misfields.Code:Stedingham: Davistow: Wallis Dawlat Deodhar +McDonagh Prabhakar Rao Naik Chaudhari Ehsan Hogarth Langley Kalmar Comley +Gaukroger Warwick Gillespie Murdoch Loganathan Cassidy Javed Pradeep Bala Waheed
Stedingham Jets 343-8 (50 ovs)
Davistow Darters 276 (45.4 ovs)
Jets one bonus point
Nixonstown Foxes v Gofftown Tigers @ CW Oval
Jamee Gray's thundering 128 led the Foxes to a respectable total of 328 for 8 at the CW Oval, and though the Tigers looked on course to chase it after 127 from Mohammad Mahmood, their tail crumbled to the spin of Sanjeet and Gundry. Sanjeet, who had conceded 27 in his first three overs, came back to bowl three successive wicket maidens at the death and ensure a win for the Foxes.Code:Nixonstown: Gofftown: Prestwidge Courtis Fensome Thampi Eccles Mohammad Adhikari +Vaughan +Gray Dwyer Grierson Nash Sanjeet Jamaluddin Flanaghan Kipling Tushar Swann Riaz Thomas Gundry Masterman
Nixonstown Foxes 328-8 (50 ovs) beat
Gofftown Tigers 286 (47.3 ovs) by 42 runs
Foxes one bonus point
Pickford Panthers v Edfield Seahawks @ Pickford Reserve
A total of 409 for 9 was always going to be too much, as Edfield held a pie feast at Pickford. None of Pickford's high-valued bowling attack had any effect, and Nick Barnaby was allowed to hit 166 off 112 balls. With a huge target, Pickford self-destructed, and barely made 150.Code:Pickford: Edfield: Richings Barnaby Bhattacharjee +Mørk +Hepworth Herbert Jacob James Benjamin Satish Kumar Chopra G Nayak Trafford Galbraith Cockerill Whitehead Bhadauria MS Smith Pickup Shoveller Roberts Derick
Edfield Seahawks 409-9 (50 ovs) beat
Pickford Panthers 178 (36.1 ovs) by 231 runs
Edfield four bonus points
Campsfield Braves v Greater Robbham de Grooters @ Camps Field
Beamer Smith recorded a quadruple wicket maiden in the 49th over, but half-centuries from Daniel Smith and Alex Blackman along with a patient 101 from Darren Dubb-Lynch had already done the damage. Campsfield got a total of 365 for 9, huge by any stretch, and though Beamer impressed with an unbeaten 84 Das took five wickets at the other end. Thus, de Grooters were bowled out for 284, and lost their good one-day record.Code:Campsfield: Greater Robbham: DP Smith Lucas Dubb-Lynch Tariq Blackman Sukhvinder Hasabnis Tebbut Langdon Palmer McEwan MR Smith Gooljar Broadbridge Jahangir Finnegan +Harvey Buxton Jadeja +Jervis RSJ Das Pardhasaradhi
Campsfield Braves 365-9 (50 ovs) beat
Greater Robbham de Grooters 284 (45.3 ovs) by 81 runs
Campsfield two bonus points
Garven Island Sharks v Twybridge Titans @ Clowich Stadium
Another huge score on display at Twybridge, with the batsmen being in total control. In reply, Garven Island were in with a chance until the introduction of Buttsworth, and though Monaghan hit 126 it was largely consolation runs for the Sharks.Code:Garven Island: Twybridge: Fitzsimmons Joslin Hanbury +Burke Jones Gunn Shaukhat Bokey +Monaghan Amresh Kumar Tariq Buttsworth Gregory Naidu Richards Hale Teague White Bristow Cotterill Stuart Dolphin
Twybridge Titans 415-7 (50 ovs) beat
Garven Island Sharks 345 (46.5 ovs) by 70 runs
Twybridge one bonus point
What say ye? Shall we continue with Neil's sim? I keep tweaking and tweaking and just get sillier results by the day...
Edit: A quick note: These were the games simmed from Monday's team sheets. Tuesday's games will come whenever I'm finished with them (probably tomorrow before 4pm GMT)
Last edited by Samuel_Vimes; 07-03-2006 at 03:50 PM.
Wasn't a day for chasing, i think Neil's sim needs some more work...
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So do I! It's not making much sense right now!Originally Posted by chaminda_00
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well last have the Panthers won a game?, beating after a beating very though reading..
Hooray for runs.
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Satisfied with that!Originally Posted by Samuel_Vimes
Good team performance!
Yay, another 50 for me, this time in the OD, i hope the Reds are watching this :P 3 matches, 3 50s :P
Watching, yes. Caring, no.Originally Posted by Bobisback
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