0/37 off my 10 was alright, but not at all pleased with my second ball duck.
Yeah, or if for some reason you arn't selected to play for the blacks when avilable...Originally Posted by Right arm fast
They've been simmed, but I need to write the reports etc, and I'm just too bloody tired, sorry, they'll be done in the morning. Didn't help that CW has been down for me.
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Which proves you have a life.Originally Posted by David
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Originally Posted by Bertolt Brecht
Excuse me, hi, do you think i could sign for this please?, I signed up already in the CW Development league, so i could sign up for this as well. And if you can do two signups in one go, the CWXI as well please.
Greater Robbham de Grooters 136 & 319 Drew withCode:Robbham: Davistow: Sajith Dawlat* Lucas McDonagh+ Sukhvinder* Chapman Scott Naik Tebbut Lawrence Palmer Ehsan Finnegan Murdoch Jervis+ Bayley Parhasaradhi Cassidy Fortune Pradeep Mitchell Waheed
Davistow Darters 324 & 8/56
An understrength Darters team was lucky to get away with a draw as they collapsed to a dangerous 8/56 chasing just 132 for victory. Dawlat hit an impressive 184* to help the Darters along to 324, Palmer however destroyed the rest of Davistow with 6/63. Pradeep then took 5/47 as the Grooters crashed to an embarrassing 136. Following on was not a problem however, as they managed 319, young Scott being the star, getting unluckily run out by his partner on 90. Set 132 for Victory, the Darters never looked close. Dawlat got run out early, which spelt an end to Davistows batting order, and Mitchell and palmer tore through the Darters, however the miracle win was not to be, time being on the side of the darters.
Pickford Panthers 100 & 171 lost toCode:Pickford: Nixonstown: Richings Pitt Bhattacharjee Prestwidge Hepworth Eccles Jacob Adhikari* Chopra Grierson Benjamin Flanaghan Bharanidharan+ Sanjeet Rabone Dalton+ Gokarn Gundry McCrystal Laeeq Bhadauria* Teisseire
Nixonstown Foxes 230 & 4/43
A solid performance from the Foxes saw them overcome the Panthers in a one sided affair at Pickford Reserve. All the Nixonstown bowlers chipped in to reduce the Panthers to 100, as young legspinner Gundry opened the bowling, taking 3/36. Whilst Nixonstown didn't put up the best total, it was a solid account on the Pickford minefield. 230 was the total with Sanjeet and Gundry both scoring solid half centuries. Gundry continued his fine game taking a diligent 6/57, keeping the Panthers to 171 despite an unbeaten 80 from opener Richings. It was then a simple affair for the Foxes, needing just 42 for victory, however they still lost 4 wickets before closing out the game.
Gofftown Tigers 182 & 5/363D drew withCode:Gofftown: Edfield: Courtis Barnaby* Thampi Herbert Malone Nayak, G. Mohammad James Nash Satish Kumar Vaughan+ Nayak, G.N. Jamaluddin* Morton Kipling Whitehead Swann Smith Hartley Baber+ Masterman Derick
Edfield Seahawks 288 & 2/68
The Nayaks opened the bowling for Edfield as the restricted the Tigers to 182. Only two players made it to double figures, as Mohammad and Swann put on 120 for the 8th wicket partnership, giving some respectability to their total. Edfields batsmen got starts, however nobody was able to get on with it, as they fell to a disappointing 288. Rob Malone, obviously not happy with his first innings effort, helped Gofftown along with a stunning 136* as Gofftown put on a massive 5/363 declared. However they didn't give themselves enough time to win the game, and Edfield comfortably cruised to the end of the game at 2/68.
Garven Island Sharks 57 & 119 Lost toCode:Garven Isl.: Stedingham : Lezama Wallis Hanbury Deodhar Tariq Prabhakar Rao Garven Chaudhari Shaukhat Hogarth Monaghan Cameron Piper Innes Dharajia Popat Rose Loganathan Bristow Javed Stuart Bala
Stedingham Jets 373
The Jets played out of their skin to secure and emphatic innings victory over highly touted Garven Island. Holden Wallis got a sturdy century as most of the Jets players chipped in, producing a strong total of 373. This proved too much for Garven Island, as they struggled to play Sudeep Popat, the legspinner taking 10/68 for the match. The Sharks got a measley total of 57, and didn't do much better following on, tumbling to 119.
Campsfield Braves 151 & 196 drew withCode:Campsfield: Twybridge: Langdon Gunn Jahangir Burke Singh Cotterill Hasabnis Joslin McEwan Bokey Harvey Amresh Kumar Jacklin Weber Gooljar Buttsworth Das Naidu Jadeja White Chattha Dolphin
Twybridge Titans 143 & 3/134
A low scoring affair at Camps Field ended in a tame draw, as neither side was able to take the game by the throat. Campsfield managed only 151, Singh being the mainstay of the innings with 64, and Buttsworth doing the major damage with a tight 4/29 . The Titans reply wasn't any better, as they stumbled along to 143, Joslin being the only bright light as all the Campsfield Bowlers did their job. A seconds innings total of 196 from Campsfield was good enough to secure a draw, but had there been more time Twybridge looked likely to take it home.
Code:Davistow 4-0-1 65 Robbham 3-0-2 41 Gofftown 3-0-2 40 Campsfield 3-1-1 40 Stedingham 2-3-0 36 Twybridge 1-1-3 26 Garven Island 2-3-0 22 Nixonstown 1-4-0 22 Edfield 0-3-2 14 Pickford 0-4-1 5
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Applying for the Development League also applies for grade cricket, you'll be assigned a team shortly.Originally Posted by Kheldar19
You get selected to the CWXI based on your performance in the Dev League. You can't just sign up fo rit just willy nilly like that. If you do well you'll get achance....eventually. Anyway, sure you can sign up for this. Just express an interest in joinig and Hakon(Samuel_Vimes) will assign you a team.Originally Posted by Kheldar19
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ashame we didnt get a win up for the tigers but well done and a good second inn performance after our poor first one. happy with my 136. good stuff guys.
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Originally Posted by roseboy64
indeed, damn Green bowlers!
nice work Sudeep in particular, super game.
Myself opening the bowling says abit about ourt bowling stocks too
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Gofftown-----------Edfield:Originally Posted by bugssy
Nash---------------- Satish Kumar
Vaughan+ --------- Nayak, G.N.
yes but you were playing against 2 Gauravs
One of them is probably Gary.Originally Posted by 33/3from3.3
Interesting 1st innings from the Seahawks - 288 from 157 overs. Me returning probably won't help, either...
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