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    When are the next set of games Sammie V? I love the way Grade Cricket works, really makes it worth checking here every day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nnanden
    When are the next set of games Sammie V? I love the way Grade Cricket works, really makes it worth checking here every day.
    When I come home from uni today. So give it 3-4 hours.
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    Yeah, gotta admit I'm loving grade cricket, job well done (2 games into the season )
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    Isn't Grade cricket for those not playing in the dev league?

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    Yes, when you don't have a game in Dev League, you have a grade game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robertinho
    Yeah, gotta admit I'm loving grade cricket, job well done (2 games into the season )
    Looks like a good season ahead for De Grooters
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eyes_Only
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    shouldve come to Titans...
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    Always nice to come back and play a game or two for the grade boys. Good win there lads, am pretty happy with 6/25 and 5/17.
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    One-day Round One:

    Davistow Darters v Nixonstown Foxes @ Heathridge Oval

    Code:
    Davistow:	Nixonstown:
    Dawlat		Prestwidge
    McDonagh	Fensome
    +Jellett	Adhikari
    Naik		Grierson
    Ehsan		Currie
    Comley		Sanjeet
    Langley		Eccles
    Chapman		Flanaghan
    Cassidy		Tushar
    Pradeep		+Dalton
    Patrick		Gundry
    The Darters were gifted runs from the outset, and never looked back, as their batsmen feasted on placid bowling from the Foxes. Paddy Gundry got four wickets, but the flighty spin was costly, as was all the bowlers. Dawlat Ameer and Chris Naik took the game away from the Foxes with their stand of 122, and by the end, the total read 356 for 8; Rich Langley had also chipped in with six fours and two sixes in a thundering 46. The Foxes had opener Prestwidge perish by the outside edge with the second ball of the game, and though Nixonstown tried to keep the run rate up, there were cheap wickets on offer. Eventually, they crashed to 111, with Dave Comley taking three wickets and Langley bowling a tidy spell of 10-5-9-2.

    Davistow Darters 356/8 (50 ovs) beat
    Nixonstown Foxes 111 (34.4 ovs) by 245 runs
    Points: Darters 12, Foxes 0

    Pickford Panthers v Greater Robbham de Grooters @ Pickford Reserve

    Code:
    Pickford:	Greater Robbham:
    +Young		Lucas
    Richings	Dobson
    deSilva		Sukhvinder
    Fuller		Tebbut
    Hepworth	Palmer
    Jacob		Broadbridge
    Chopra		Tariq
    Cockerill	Buxton
    Richings	Finnegan
    McCrystal	+Jervis
    Bhadauria	Pardhasaradhi
    The Panthers dug themselves out of a hole at 40 for 3, as they exploited the lack of bowling depth at de Grooters. Sean Fuller played a lovely, well-paced 85 to cover for Pete Young and Dinusha deSilva's failures with the bat, and the lower order entertained the crowd with late slogs. Bhadauria then got a wicket with the first ball of the match for the Panthers, and after a massive effort from Sukhvinder he smashed to Jacob for 54 in the 13th over. However, rank bowling from Sean Fuller was punished, and as no one could keep the run rate down de Grooters smacked the required runs in just 37 overs. Kenny Dobson hit eighteen fours and three sixes on his way to making the highest score of the match, 119.

    Pickford Panthers 308/7 (50 ovs) lost to
    Greater Robbham de Grooters 309/5 (36.5 ovs) by five wickets
    Points: de Grooters 10, Panthers 0

    Stedingham Jets v Gofftown Tigers @ Jets Arena

    Code:
    Stedingham:	Gofftown:
    Wallis		Courtis
    Deodhar		Cribb
    Prabhakar Rao	Mohammad
    Chaudhari	+"Haddin" Vaughan
    Hogarth		Nash
    +Gaukroger	Jamaluddin
    Popat		Kipling
    Loganathan	Swann
    Javed		Thampi
    Bala		Demeza
    Pratap		Masterman
    Travis Demeza took five wickets, and Cribb bowled difficult leg breaks, yet the Jets still made it to 305 for 7 against the Tigers after Prabhakar Rao hit a stunning 132. His innings was crucial, as early breakthroughs from Demeza had threatened to unsettle the whole of the Jets' innings. However, due in large parts to Cribb and Ben Haddin, that target was not enough - Cribb hit 84 off 95, while Haddin hit eleven fours and one six en route to a stunning 75 and a five-wicket win.

    Stedingham Jets 305/7 (50 ovs) lost to
    Gofftown Tigers 308/5 (42.3 ovs) by five wickets
    Points: Tigers 9, Jets 0

    Twybridge Titans v Edfield Seahawks @ Riverside

    Code:
    Twybridge:	Edfield:
    Joslin		Barnaby
    +Burke		Herbert
    Crampton	James
    Gunn		Satish Kumar
    Bokey		G Nayak
    Wilshere	Galbraith
    Buttsworth	Banik
    White		Whitehead
    Cotterill	Smith
    Colabawala	+Baber
    Dolphin		Derick
    Despite a good spell mid-innings, there was another huge score at the Riverside. Batting first, the Titans made 331, with Ben Wilshere hitting 38 off just 11 balls, and there were three half-centuries. Edfield looked to be cruising at 222 for 3, but intelligent bowling changes turned the game around, and Dolphin became the unlikely hero with four for 53.

    Twybridge Titans 331/5 (50 ovs) beat
    Edfield Seahawks 297 (47.2 ovs) by 34 runs
    Points: Titans 9, Seahawks 0

    Campsfield Braves v Garven Island Sharks @ CWBCC

    Code:
    Campsfield:	Garven Island:
    Langdon		Hanbury
    Jahangir	Tariq
    Blackman	Shaukhat
    Hasabnis	+Monaghan
    McEwan		Gregory
    +Harvey		Piper
    Jacklin		Edmondson
    Collins		Das
    Das		Richards
    Jadeja		Bristow
    Chattha		Stuart
    Late slogging from Andy Blackman brought the Braves' total to 284 for 6 at the CWBCC after the Sharks had kept it reasonably tight early on. However, Blackman hit 12 fours and three sixes in the last ten overs, going from 19 to 92 as the Braves plundered 107 in ten overs. The chase was close, including an 86-run sixth-wicket partnership between Edmondson and Gregory which took the Sharks to the brink, but part-timer McEwan broke the spell as Edmondson inside edged for 61. Earlier, Jadeja had taken three wickets for the Braves in a tight spell, and with five overs to go the Sharks needed 44 with Das and Richards at the crease. Das hit eight off the first over, exposing Adam Collins' slower ball, but Chattha took two crucial wickets to close out the 47th over. Collins conceded eight in the 48th before Das ended the innings with a lovely run out, bringing eight points to Campsfield.

    Campsfield Braves 284/6 (50 ovs) beat
    Garven Island Sharks 267 (48.3 ovs) by 17 runs
    Points: Braves 8, Sharks 0

    Code:
    		W-L-D-T
    Darters		3-0-0-0	44
    de Grooters	2-0-1-0 30
    Tigers		2-0-1-0	29
    Braves		2-1-0-0	27
    Titans		1-0-2-0	22
    Jets		1-2-0-0	15
    Sharks		1-2-0-0	13
    Seahawks	0-2-1-0	 8
    Foxes		0-3-0-0  6
    Panthers	0-2-1-0	 5
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    Dismal effort by me in my first game for the Jets with much room for improvement...

    Guess things can only get better...they can't get much worse!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel_Vimes
    If anyone doesn't have a program for unzipping files, try FilZip (I can't attach htm files, which is what Neil's sim gives as output).
    If I go ahead with setting up an online index for scorecards etc, I'll be sure to throw in the grade cricket stuff, too.

    EDIT: Good stuff by Comley & Burke, Fensome had an uneventful game and Nayak sadly had a poor one - but he always was quite the FC specialist.
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    Yay, wickets

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    Best Bowling of 5 for 59
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