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that's not really that funny,just sad!!Originally Posted by Robertinho
ok i didn't see that but if thats the rules fine.
so will i still play for the teams or not???
As much as I take it as a compliment that CW cricket would drive you to schizophrenia, I think you should spend your time seeking professional help. Your sig, for one, is very disturbing.
I now direct you here where you may make your closing statements.
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."
Grade was postponed by Indoor cricket finals.
Expect games from either Håk (Sooner) or me (later ie 24 hours)
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I'd ****ing hope not.
Can't we just He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named him (eg. you keep out of the CWXI forum, we don't have a go at you)?
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Speaking of sad.Originally Posted by Bowl-A-Beamer
Originally Posted by SupaFreak2005Originally Posted by steds
Davistow Darters Greater Robbham de Grooters Heathridge Oval
Dave Watt and David Kennett were outstanding with the ball, but received too little backing from their other bowlers, with the exception of the tight-fisted Pradeep. Thus, Rob Dauth, Sukhvinder and Tebbut managed half-centuries, and de Grooters totalled 277 after being put in. Davistow lost early wickets, and were 96 for 5 after a fearsome spell from Pardharasaradhi, but Dawlat Ameer hung in there to thump 141, including a massive eighth-wicket stand of 75 with Kennett. Needing 26 off 18, David Kennett smashed two big cover drives to reach 51 in 25 balls - before Kenny Doson hung on to another at deep cover. 16 needed off 12 with one wicket in hand. The next over went for nine, but Mat Mitchell bowled two dots to start the next over, and then found the outside edge with the third as de Grooters won by six runs.Code:Davistow Robbham: Dawlat Lucas +McDonagh Dobson Jellett Dauth Langley Robbins Naik Sukhvinder Ehsan Tebbut Watt Finnegan Cassidy +Jervis Kennett Pardhasaradhi Pradeep McKern Waheed Mitchell
Greater Robbham de Grooters 277 (47.5 ovs)
Davistow Darters 271 (49.3 ovs)
Nixonstown Foxes Pickford Panthers CW Oval
A blistering century from Jamee Gray and a patient 59 from Alex Fensome gave Nixonstown a solid platform at the CW Oval, and Rich Edmunds then had Peter Young caught at slip by Matt Currie for 11 in the second over of the Pickford innings. Edmunds' opening spell was eventually worth 10-2-33-5, as he bowled unchanged throughout and set the Panthers back to 91 for 5. Jacob and Trafford fought back, but Markus had Jacob bowled off the inside edge, and the lately introduced Sanjeet celebrated four wickets as the Panthers crashed to 204.Code:Nixonstown: Pickford: Markus Young Feeney Richings Fensome Benjamin +Gray +Hepworth Currie Jacob Adhikari Chopra Grierson Trafford Prestwidge Cockerill Sanjeet McCrystal Clancroft Bhadauria Edmunds Roberts
Nixonstown Foxes 339/5 (50 ovs)
Pickford Panthers 204 (41.5 ovs)
Gofftown Tigers Edfield Seahawks Gofftown Oval
Gaurav Nayak celebrated success with the ball for Edfield, as his ten overs yielded four wickets for 49 on the bowler-friendly pitch at Gofftown. The new ball swung miles in the hands of both Nayak and Borcich, and set Gofftown back to 13 for 3, then 30 for 4. A century from Mohammad Mahmood and 41 from Greg Thomas took Gofftown past 200, while Trav Demeza hit Borcich for four with his second ball. He outside edged the third to Herbert at third slip. Edfield were set back by Demeza, who had two men bowled in his opening spell, but Gaurav Nayak and DK Rai put them back into contention with a partnership worth 113. Both were robbed of their milestones, however; Rai was bowled for 49, while Satish Kumar stole Nayak's glory with a single at the end of the 41st over, taking the strike with the scores tied and Nayak on 98 not out. He thus hit the winning runs, while Nayak had to eb content with 98 not out - 98 more runs than Gary Nayak.Code:Gofftown: Edfield: Courtis +Mørk Thampi Barnaby Malthus-Howell G Nayak Dwyer GN Nayak Mohammad Rai Nash James Jamaluddin Satish Kumar Thomas Herbert +Patel Borcich Demeza Shoveller Masterman Whitehead
Gofftown Tigers 237/9 (50 ovs)
Edfield Seahawks 241/5 (41.2 ovs)
Stedingham Jets Garven Island Sharks Jets Arena
The dominant scores in the first innings came from Shaukhat Shahzad (127) and Simon Fitzsimmons (59), while the Jets' bowlers toiled but never got serious control over the Sharks' batsmen. James Buxton repaired a poor opening spell with two wickets, including Dave Richards for a five-ball duck, but still the Sharks managed well past 250. However, Stedingham ran rampant; James Stedman thumped 148 in 102 balls, Megan Gaukroger supported him well with 57, and Prabhakar Rao and Wallis eased past the target.Code:Stedingham: Garven Island: +Mamesh Fitzsimmons Stedman Hanbury Gaukroger Shaukhat Prabhakar Rao +Monaghan Wallis Richards Chaudhari Tariq Gillespie Gregory JB Buxton Piper Javed Edmondson Bala Bristow Loganathan Stuart
Garven Island Sharks 281/7 (50 ovs)
Stedingham Jets 285/3 (38.5 ovs)
Twybridge Titans Campsfield Braves Riverside, Twybridge
The Braves were held afloat by a stunning innings from Langdon, who took three hours for a total of 135. No one else passed 35, while Buttsworth, Dolphin and White took two wickets each for Twybridge. The Titans chased down that target with ease, Tarick Weber guiding them home along with Amresh Kumar after the two shared an unbroken 107-run partnership for the fourth wicket. Bokey also got a half-century for Twybridge.Code:Twybridge: Campsfield: Joslin +Dubb-Lynch Gunn Langdon Bokey Hasabnis Amresh Kumar McEwan Weber Gooljar Buttsworth Jahangir Naidu Harvey +Hale Jacklin White Dunks Cotterill R Das Dolphin Jadeja
Campsfield Braves 248/9 (50 ovs)
Twybridge Titans 249/3 (40 ovs)
There's the one-day round for last Sunday (19 March) still to go, but I need to get homework out of the way first.Code:P W L D T BP Pts Davistow 23 13 8 2 0 43 181 Greater Robbham 23 13 6 4 0 37 173 Twybridge 23 12 7 4 0 45 173 Stedingham 23 13 9 1 0 34 169 Nixonstown 23 11 11 1 0 48 163 Gofftown 23 10 11 2 0 36 142 Campsfield 23 9 12 2 0 31 125 Edfield 23 8 12 3 0 35 120 Pickford 23 9 13 1 0 24 111 Garven Island 23 6 15 2 0 22 92
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Any chance of scorecards? Great to see the Seahawks take another win! Also good to see Dan and Alex making runs with the bat, one shy of 50 for Dan and a 59 to Fensome is promising.
EDIT: Thanks, mate.
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Yes! We beat Davistow Can't believe Rich Langley took my wicket and reached double figures. Need to fix up our act, boys.
Btw, Hakon, Davistow have the same amount of wins, 2 more losses, and 6 more bonus points, yet are somehow 8 points ahead? Do you get -1 point for a "d" which I am guessing is a draw? In OD?
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Damn, Gofftown. Our OD hasn't been spectacular this year.
Glad to get some runs but would've preferred wickets given the situation.
That said...can I bat there in OD matches all the time, Liam?
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