Two scores of 400+
Good win, Jets.
Two scores of 400+
Good win, Jets.
I hear the CW Land grade pitches double as Airport Tarmac.
Originally Posted by SupaFreak2005Originally Posted by steds
The way runs are being scored, i think you could get away with saying that.... I mean, come on even Hakon scored at more than a run a ball.Originally Posted by KennyD
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Originally Posted by cricket playerOriginally Posted by AussieDominance
it's happened again!!!
i keep playing well but we lose!!
come on lads lets win next game!!!
Davistow Darters v Twybridge Titans @ Heathridge Oval
David Comley hit a patient 49 not out against fiery Twybridge bowlers, but as his lower middle order partners all deserted to the seam bowling of Buttsworth (four for 30). Kennett and Pradeep then dug out early wickets, as the Titans fell from 51 for 1 to 107 for 6, but Buttsworth stood up again with the bat, hitting 70 before he was caught behind off Kennett's bowling. However, Kennett failed to contain White and Cotterill, and the Titans sneaked to a two-wicket win.Code:Davistow: Twybridge: Dawlat Ameer LR Joslin +TN McDonagh +SJ Burke CA Naik HWR Gunn Ehsan Ahsan CH Bokey TN Chapman IS Amresh Kumar DJ Comley AJ Buttsworth LLAA Murdoch VG Naidu KG Cassidy LC Hale DM Kennett EC White DJ Watt RB Cotterill VH Pradeep N Dolphin
Davistow Darters 222 (46.3 ovs) lost to
Twybridge Titans 224-8 (49.3 ovs) by two wickets
Edfield Seahawks v Nixonstown Foxes @ Sanderston Ground
Matt Smith the elder and Luke Shoveller ravaged through the Nixonstown middle order, with Shoveller (5-1-10-5) getting the most impressive figures but Smith (7-1-27-3) getting the key wickets. Sanjeet was the only one to stand up with the bat for Nixonstown, while their numbers two to six all gave catches to keeper or the slips. Chasing a modest 133 to win, Edfield did not rush, but took their time and, led by Barnaby's 71, they chased it down easily.Code:Edfield: Nixonstown: ND Barnaby AL Feeney A Herbert AJ Fensome KF James DC Adhikari GP Satish Kumar +JR Gray G Nayak RD Grierson +H Mřrk JJ Prestwidge GN Nayak DES Sanjeet RS Whitehead BD Eccles MS Smith JWBW Flanaghan LS Shoveller PG Gundry NG Derick RE Edmunds
Nixonstown Foxes 132 (33 ovs) lost to
Edfield Seahawks 133-2 (38.4 ovs) by eight wickets
Edfield two bonus points
Pickford Panthers v Campsfield Braves @ Youngshead Ground
Asked to bat first, Pickford never found any kind of rhythm, as Jacob's 24 was their top score while Chattha and Jahangir took three wickets each. They needed a bowling miracle similar to that in the three-day match two days earlier, but when they removed the first five batsmen for sub-20 scores, they sensed hope. Jacklin and Dunks rebuilt, but Rabone removed them both in an over, and Bhattacharjee ended the match with three wickets in the 23rd over.Code:Pickford: Campsfield: JAH Richings RC Langdon NC Bhattacharjee Jahangir Masood +MA Hepworth DR Hasabnis DB Jacob RJ McEwan DRP Chopra +LJ Harvey CA Trafford PM Jacklin LE Cockerill PC Dunks DJA Gokarn RSJ Das LD Rabone Jamil Nazir JJ McCrystal JJ Jadeja LD Bhadauria BM Chattha
Pickford Panthers 160 (34.4 ovs) beat
Campsfield Braves 100 (23 ovs) by 60 runs
Pickford three bonus points
Greater Robbham de Grooters v Stedingham Jets @ CW Bar Ground
A star-studded Greater Robbham line-up only scampered 222 at the Bar Ground, in stark contrast to the matches in the last round. Half-centuries came from Sukhvinder and Marc Robbins, but they were too slow, while Chris Kalmar's leg spin provided miserly bowling with nought for 33. Sean Bennett also celebrated rare one-day bowling success, getting the wickets of Dauth (39) and Tebbut (9). In reply, Stedingham left the hitting late, but both Thamba Mamesh and James Stedman engineered centuries as they posted 224 for 0 and won with three balls and ten wickets to spare.Code:Greater Robbham: Stedingham: EE Lucas JE Stedman GKK Dobson T Mamesh RJ Dauth SA Bennett Sukhvinder Singh RF Prabhakar Rao JW Tebbut HR Wallis MJ Robbins LRC Chaudhari CR Palmer CL Kalmar MR Smith +MA Gaukroger JA Finnegan T Loganathan +TPA Jervis Javed Shafiq PE Pardhasaradhi M Bala
Greater Robbham de Grooters 222-5 (50 ovs) lost to
Stedingham Jets 224-0 (49.3 ovs) by ten wickets
Garven Island Sharks v Gofftown Tigers @ Clowich Stadium
Wickets all around at Clowich, with Chris Dwyer impressing once again by taking three for 9, and Greg Thomas, Jamaluddin and Thampi also got two wickets each. Only Edmondson passed 20 in a rather dire batting effort, and Dwyer could anchor the chase with a thundering 28 not out, the same score as Courtis. Jack Teague bowled five tight overs for 16, taking two wickets,Code:Garven Island: Gofftown: NBTK Hanbury JA Courtis Tariq Ali KI Thampi Shaukhat Shahzad Mohammad Mahmood +MH Monaghan +BV Vaughan APA Gregory CR Dwyer DG Piper SD Nash DC Edmondson Jamaluddin Hossain DP Richards EF Kipling JW Teague K Swann SSJ Bristow GM Thomas SA Stuart NJ Masterman
Garven Island Sharks 81 (20.5 ovs) lost to
Gofftown Tigers 84-3 (14.3 ovs) by seven wickets
Gofftown four bonus points
(yes, I changed back to the sim we used last season. Easy to work with - even though it's got results at the other end of the spectrum...)Code:P W D L T BP Pts Campsfield 12 7 4 1 0 20 91 Davistow 12 6 5 1 0 26 89 Stedingham 12 6 6 0 0 16 80 Nixonstown 12 5 6 1 0 24 79 Gofftown 12 6 4 2 0 16 78 Twybridge 12 5 3 4 0 19 75 Greater Robbham 12 5 4 3 0 13 66 Edfield 12 3 6 3 0 21 58 Garven Island 12 4 6 2 0 11 57 Pickford 12 4 7 1 0 13 52
Messi scores on the rebound.
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Originally Posted by Adolf Grünbaum
woohoo, what a couple of performances from me!
Wow massive performance there by James and Thamba, now all you guys have to do is repeat that for the Reds.
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Woah, nice job TIgers! Destroyed 'em. Just who is this Dwyer chap anyway?
Also good to see 'Haddin' Vaughan going guns as a keeper...
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As this was the database switch day, shouldn't every dev league player have been playing?
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He seems to be doing well eh? Damn him.Originally Posted by NZTailender
Anyways, I am making a similar query about the switch day, shouldn't we all have been playing?
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Code:47.3 W Coppinger to Heads Smacked the ball straight into the groin of Iwuajoku who has fallen over, miraculously with the ball still caught in his scrotal area! Out!
Originally Posted by FaaipDeOiad
I think there may be an issue with time...
That would be me whoa, we crushed them, GO TEAM!Originally Posted by NZTailender
Last edited by Bobisback; 09-03-2006 at 01:41 AM.
Originally Posted by Partyush
Nope, because this was Tuesday's round of matches. Just couldn't get them simmed before. There's no matches scheduled for the db switch days.Originally Posted by FaaipDeOiad
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