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    hey how com i dont appear to be playing grade cricket, even though im not playing dev league
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    Quote Originally Posted by cbuts
    hey how com i dont appear to be playing grade cricket, even though im not playing dev league
    same here.

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    No offense, sticks, but are we supposed to be getting any games...?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cricketboy29
    No offense, sticks, but are we supposed to be getting any games...?
    I think his computer is borked up - hasn't responded to mails in a week.

    If he isn't here by Friday afternoon, I'll sim the next rounds. It might be time to cut down the number of games, though (simply because 25 rounds in a little over a week would take too much time). Apologies for this.
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    Hum de dum...

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    Edfield v Davistow @ PDV Dome

    Code:
    Edfield:	Davistow:
    +Mřrk		Dawlat
    Herbert		McDonagh
    Towns		+Jellett
    Bharat		Langley
    GN Nayak	Comley
    Rai		Naik
    G Nayak		Ehsan
    Barnaby		Watt
    James		Cassidy
    Borcich		Pradeep
    Shoveller	Kennett
    With 78 from Dan Towns and 79 from Dan Rai, Edfield recovered from a very tricky early position, then bowled Davistow out for a meagre 111 despite 38 from Dylan Jellett.

    Edfield Seahawks 233/8 (50 ovs)
    Davistow Darters 111 (42.5 ovs)

    Nixonstown v Campsfield @ CW Oval
    Code:
    Nixonstown:	Campsfield:
    Markus		Jahangir
    Feeney		Langdon
    Pitt		Singh
    +Gray		Hasabnis
    Fensome		Gooljar
    Currie		McEwan
    Adhikari	Jacklin
    Grierson	+Harvey
    Gundry		Wright
    Clancroft	Das
    Edmunds		Jadeja
    Campsfield found the Oval virtually impossible to score on, as maidens abounded from Edmunds, Gundry, Clancrfot and all the others. However, Feeney (36*) and Pitt (26*) showed how to bat on the pitch, and reached the target in well under 25 overs.

    Campsfield Braves 76/9 (50 ovs)
    Nixonstown Foxes 79/1 (21.1 ovs)
    Scorecard lost

    Pickford v Garven Island @ Youngshead Ground
    Code:
    Pickford:	Garven Island:
    Richings	Garven
    Bhattacharjee	+Lezama
    +Bharanidharan	Shaukhat
    Benjamin	Hanbury
    Hepworth	Monaghan
    Jacob		Richards
    Chopra		Rose
    Cockerill	Cunningham
    McCrystal	Edmondson
    Goughy		Stuart
    Bhadauria	Bristow
    The scores of Andrew Garven and Xavier Rose were highlights for the Sharks, while patient bowling from Kevin Goughy reaped four wickets for 44 runs, including those of Lezama and Richards. However, Bharanidharan and Jacob helped Pickford recover from a poor start against Rose and Cunningham, and the Panthers made it to a five-wicket win.

    Garven Island Sharks 213/9 (50 ovs)
    Pickford Panthers 214/5 (41.1 ovs)

    Robbham v Gofftown @ CW Bar Ground
    Code:
    Robbham:	Gofftown:
    Lucas		Jasotharan
    Dobson		Malone
    Dauth		Malthus-Howell
    Scott		+Vaughan
    Robbins		Dwyer
    Sukhvinder	Mohammad
    Finnegan	Nash
    +Jervis		Jamaluddin
    Pardhasaradhi	Thomas
    McKern		Demeza
    Mitchell	Masterman
    74 from Jasotharan and 68 from Dwyer gave Gofftown a healthy total at the Bar Ground, where Jack Finnegan shone with the ball - Callum McKern got smacked about, his seven overs yielding 69 runs. However, vicious batting from Dobson, Robbins and Sukhvinder ensured a five-wicket win for de Grooters, despite Dauth being caught off the bowling of Demeza for 1.

    Gofftown Tigers 281/7 (50 ovs)
    Greater Robbham de Grooters 283/5 (40.4 ovs)

    Stedingham v Twybridge @ Jets Arena
    Code:
    Stedingham:	Twybridge:
    Stedman		Joslin
    Bennett		+Burke
    Mamesh		Gunn
    Butler		Bokey
    +Gaukroger	Amresh Kumar
    Prabhakar Rao	Hancock
    Buxton		Weber
    Loganathan	Buttsworth
    Javed		White
    Bala		Cotterill
    Cameron		McNamara
    This was not the day to bowl to Chris Butler. The CW Test batsman smashed 129 at the Jets Arena, including five sixes, as Stedingahm muscled their way to a massive total. Late wickets from Bokey, Weber and Hancock stopped them somewhat, however, and the final total of 316 for 9 looked chasable. So it was; Joslin set the pace with 73, and when the Titans were 225 for 4, they looked very solid. Stedman broke the partnership by having Hancock caught behind for 59, however, and Bennett redeemed an early expensive spell to eventually pick up four for 66.

    Stedingham Jets 316/9 (50 ovs)
    Twybridge Titans 287 (50 ovs)
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    Stedman actually bowls?, on the other hand good win for Edfield. And big ups to Hakon for getting the round in.

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    3 wickets at over 6 an over in the losing team

    oh well, was a much closer game than the other three
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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel_Vimes
    Campsfield Braves 76/9 (50 ovs)
    Nixonstown Foxes 79/1 (21.1 ovs)
    Scorecard lost
    #well done, n00b.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cricketboy29
    Stedman actually bowls?.
    Yep. Useful Dwayne Smith-style seamers.

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    10 overs for 44...quite economical for me
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    Edfield v Davistow @ Jets Arena

    Code:
    Edfield		Davistow:
    Barnaby		Dawlat
    Herbert		+McDonagh
    James		Naik
    Satish Kumar	Langley
    GN Nayak	Ehsan
    Galbraith	Comley
    Whitehead	Chapman
    MS Smith	Murdoch
    Shoveller	Bayley
    +Baber		Cassidy
    Derick		Pradeep
    Edfield swept aside Davistow on the back of a first-innings ton from James and excellent bowling from Matt Smith (nine wickets) and Gaurav Nayak (six wickets). Comley's allround efforts of 66 runs and seven wickets were not enough. Game played at Stedingham due to pitch damage in Sanderston.

    Davistow Darters 179 & 114 lost to
    Edfield Seahawks 290 & 4-0 by ten wickets

    Nixonstown v Campsfield @ Nixonstown Server

    Code:
    Nixonstown:	Campsfield:
    Fensome		Langdon
    Prestwidge	Jahangir
    Adhikari	Singh
    Grierson	Hasabnis
    +Gray		McEwan
    Currie		Gooljar
    Sanjeet		+Harvey
    Eccles		Jacklin
    Gundry		Dunks
    Clancroft	Das
    Edmunds		Jadeja
    Alex Fensome smashed 106 in a brutal innings, and Eric Clancroft and Rich Edmunds together was all too much for the Braves to handle. They crashed to 60 and 77 in two woeful innings, as the Foxes won by an innings and 91.

    Nixonstown Foxes 228 beat
    Campsfield Braves 60 & 77 by an innings and 91 runs

    Pickford v Garven Island @ Pickford

    Code:
    Pickford:	Garven Island:
    Richings	Garven
    Bhattacharjee	+Lezama
    +Bharanidharan	Shaukhat
    Hepworth	Hanbury
    Benjamin	Monaghan
    Jacob		Cunningham
    Chopra		Tariq
    Cockerill	Rose
    McCrystal	Gregory
    Goughy		Bristow
    Roberts		Stuart
    A splendid batting performance from Andrew Garven, followed up by Stuart and Xavier Rose cleaning up the ball, gave Garven Island a surprise victory at Pickford. Xavier Rose showed that pace bowling was effective too by grabbing six for 43 in the second innings, amid Bharanidharan's 51.

    Garven Island Sharks 256 & 218 beat
    Pickford Panthers 170 & 156 by 148 runs

    Robbham v Gofftown @ CW Bar Ground

    Code:
    Robbham:	Gofftown:
    Lucas		Courtis
    Tariq		Malone
    Sukhvinder	+Vaughan
    Scott		Mohammad
    Tebbut		Dwyer
    Palmer		Nash
    Finnegan	Jamaluddin
    +Jervis		Kipling
    Pardhasaradhi	Swann
    McKern		Thampi
    Mitchell	Masterman
    Gofftown Tigers paid for not going away with their starts, and despite a champion performance from Chris Dwyer in the second innings (six for 57), he was outdoen by Mat Mitchell, who took six for 68 in the second innings and had Dwyer caught for 10. Rob Malone hit 73 of Gofftown's 169 in the second innings, but they still went down by 53 runs.

    Greater Robbham de Grooters 230 & 156 beat
    Gofftown Tigers 164 & 169 by 53 runs

    Stedingham v Twybridge @ Jets Arena

    Code:
    Stedingham:	Twybridge:
    Stedman		Joslin
    Wallis		Gunn
    Butler		Bokey
    +Gaukroger	Amresh Kumar
    Prabhakar Rao	+Crampton
    Chaudhari	Buttsworth
    Hogarth		Weber
    Buxton		Naidu
    Javed		White
    Cameron		Cotterill
    Loganathan	McNamara
    McNamara and Weber bowled Twybridge to victory in a close contest.

    Twybridge Titans 183 & 204 beat
    Stedingham Jets 175 & 182 by 30 runs

    (Burke played due to an unfortunate oversight.)
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    Okay, I'm late, but dude. You have no idea how happy I am...

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    DP Towns		4	2	3	1	0	0	0.75
    I GOT A FREAKIN' WICKET! 78 runs, too... but a wicket! A WICKET! And only three runs off four overs. Oh man, this is the highlight of my Grade cricket career.
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    Hmm... Im listed on the teamsheet for Pickford but did not play in the game. Any reason?

    Did I eat some dodgy prawns and ended up on the toilet for 4 days?

    I was in good form as well and looking forward to the next game.

    My replacement, Bhadauria, batted number 10, did not bowl and scored 0,0 in his 2 innings and did not take a catch!
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    79 man, I love that. Real pleased to contribute to a seahawks win. It's quite plainly obvious that the matchwinner was Towns wicket, though.

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