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    Nice win for the Jets there, good win and some good bowling by our spinners and Andy. A very good way to get back on the winners list. Looking forward to playing for the Jets, sometime this season.

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    Run out both innings really hurts, especially the 90.

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    Grade Round 6 1st March

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    Gofftown Tigers 381 Defeated
    Davistow Darters 137 & 193 by an Innings and 51 Runs


    The Darters were handed an embarrassing loss as Gofftown continued in fine form. Thomas tore through the Darters with 10/97 in the match, 5 in both innings. Malthus-Howell got a handy century for Gofftown and their total of 381 was always going to bring them home against the weak batting of the Darters.

    Nixonstwon Foxes 226 & 5/105 defeated
    Stedingham Jets 96 and 231 by 5 wickets


    A lower order fightback set the stage for the Foxes after struggling at 6/83, as Sanjeet hit a fine half century at 9. Popat bowled a respectable 6/90 however the Stedingham bowlers let the Foxes lower order get away from them. Currie and Edmunds then tore through the Jets, forcing the follow on. The second innings was better by the jets, however it wasn't enough, with Currie once more taking wickets at regular intervals, ending with match figures of 10/99. Defending 102 was never going to be easy, however the Jets did snag 5 wickets before the Foxes made it home.

    Twybridge Titans 163 & 8/447d defeated
    Pickford Panthers 108 & 103 by 399 runs


    Hancock's 61 rescued the Titans from an embarrassing start to the game, as they struggled to 163, Roberts bowling a wonderful 6/61. Pickford however were let down by their batting, as they crashed to 108, both Thompson and McNamara taking 4 each. When Twybridge's opening stand in the second innings surpassed the Panthers' first innings total, alarm bells were ringing. Nearly every batsman got a start as the Titans piled on a massive 447, the Panthers bowlers being largely ineffective. Hancock then tore through the panthers, taking 7/34 as the Panthers were dismissed for 103 in a mere 31.4 overs, handing the Titans a massive victory.

    Greater Robbham de Grooters 201 & 0/5 Drew with
    Garven Island Sharks 200 & 225


    A fantastic contest between two evenly matched teams as the Grooters took first innings points, and patience, despite 6 wickets from Dave Richards, as Broadbridge's level headed 69* anchored the innings. Earlier McKern and Pardhasaradhi had taken 4 each to restrict the attacking Sharks to 200, with Jones top scoring with 73. McKern took 5/68 in the Sharks second innings to restrict them to 225, however the attacking play was gone as the sharks ground away for 97.3 overs, leaving Greater Robbham no time to make a chase.

    Edfield Seahawks 215 & 221 lost to
    Campsfield Braves 406 & 0/31 by 10 wickets


    D.S. Singh smashed 165* to take the game away from the Seahawks, after a respectable 215 in their first innings, with Collins and Gooljar taking regular wickets. Then the Braves came out to bat, and whilst they were troubled early Singh steadied the ship and went on to post a formidable lead. The Seahawks creditably avoided an innings loss, however the braves only needed 6.2 overs to get the runs required with no loss of wickets
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    Quote Originally Posted by 33/3from3.3
    Gofftown-----------Edfield:
    Courtis--------------Barnaby*
    Thampi--------------Herbert
    Malone--------------Nayak, G.N.
    Mohammad-------James
    Nash---------------- Satish Kumar
    Vaughan+ --------- Nayak, G.N.
    Jamaluddin*--------Morton
    Kipling-------------- Whitehead
    Swann---------------Smith
    Hartley--------------Baber+
    Masterman--------- Derick

    yes but you were playing against 2 Gauravs
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    Edfield 0-4-2 and 15 points.

    At this rate, we'll be relegated...
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    Quote Originally Posted by David
    Code:
    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
    Garven Island Sharks 57 & 119 Lost to
    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.


    How bad must our batting order be when I'm coming in at 6!?

    Anyway, good win there boys, good stuff from Popat.
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    Good to see a lot of Colts doing well this round, with Howler, Thomas, Hancock, Resha, Das, Burke, McNamara all playing well for their sides.

    Edfield looking fairly dire, no real help made to change that from myself, that's for sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by andyc


    How bad must our batting order be when I'm coming in at 6!?

    Anyway, good win there boys, good stuff from Popat.
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    even though i didnt play well done gofftigers. good stuff boys....excellent performance. keep the good form going......
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    Team		P	W	L	D	T	BP	Pts
    Davistow	6	4	1	1	0	22	65
    Gofftown	6	4	0	2	0	12	58
    Campsfield	6	4	1	1	0	13	56
    Greater Robbham	6	3	0	3	0	8	45
    Twybridge	6	2	1	3	0	12	41
    Nixonstown	6	2	4	0	0	14	38
    Stedingham	6	2	4	0	0	12	36
    Garven Island	6	2	3	1	0	3	26
    Edfield		6	0	4	2	0	9	15
    Pickford	6	0	5	1	0	3	6

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel_Vimes
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    Good to see it worked. Second ball duck.

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    yikes. 100 runs off my bowling in only 20 overs. The only thing that makes it look reasonable is taking 3 wickets. As for the Darters i think its a case of forget that game and move on to the next.

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    Great to see we`re top of the table. Haha, the Colts players haunt me everywhere I go! Thomas, Howell - GO AWAY! Please!

    Dissapointing game, but I`m glad to take three wickets and get some not-outs.
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    Half-century. Meh

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    Good stuff Tigers. Hope we can continue unbeaten
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