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    Gofftown getting rolled.

    David, what's the deal with the gofftown batsmen a t like 11 and 10 don't even bowl? haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by Travis_Teh
    Gofftown getting rolled.

    David, what's the deal with the gofftown batsmen a t like 11 and 10 don't even bowl? haha
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    Greater Robbham de Grooters v Davistow Darters
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    David Kennett finally found form with six for 14 at the Bar Ground, giving Davistow the edge in a close encounter. Earlier, a gritty batting effort and an awful top order collapse had given Davistow a lead of 93 on first innings, making victory almost inevitable. However, at 22 for four, de Grooters had the Darters on the brink; Harry Warwick bludgeoned 74 to lead his side to a solid target, before Kennett took apart the lower order.

    Davistow 229 & 216 beat
    Greater Robbham 136 & 112 by 197 runs

    Pickford Panthers v Nixonstown Foxes
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    Nixonstown recovered from a 14-run deficit to take a four-wicket win in tricky conditions at Youngshead. Goughy had shone in the firsti nnings, demolishing the top and bottom of the order to take six for 36, but Gundry and Edmunds combined to reduce the target to a meagre 107. This was achieved thanks to Nitin Dravid, who hit 60 out of the total of 107 for six.

    Pickford 144 & 92 lost to
    Nixonstown 130 & 107/6 by four wickets

    Edfield Seahawks v Gofftown Tigers
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    Gofftown made the most of a solid start, where Chris Dwyer hammered fifteen fours in 60 balls as he made his merry way to 98. Borcich rapped out the tail, but was otherwise ineffective, while Gaurav Nayak will have nightmares about his seven overs which went for 56. In reply, Edfield crawled to 139, with Greg Thomas taking a five-for; Borcich got seven wickets in the second innings, but no Edfield batsman could stick around, and Dwyer got four for 44 to bowl Edfield out for 151.

    Gofftown 274 & 166 beat
    Edfield 139 & 151 by 150 runs

    Garven Island Sharks v Stedingham Jets
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    Stedingham prevailed in a very competitive fixture at Clowich, where Andrew Cloete had been specially flown in after his 98 in the Dev League. However, it was Bryce Cunningham who stole the limelight in the first innings, coming to the wicket at 58 for five. He smashed eight fours and a six in his 94, and helped take the Sharks past 150, before crucial runs from Richards and Rose got them to 237. A twelve-run first innings lead followed, which would have been much less but for the ninth-wicket stand of 54 between Petherick and Andy Cameron, before the Jets bowled their opponents out for 208. Set 222 to win in a little less than a day, they crashed to 17 for three, before Reddlapalli set them on target again. Wickets from Malone brought them into a pickle, but at 219 for seven and with James Stedman on 89 not out, things looked safe. Then two wickets fell in five balls, but Cameron kept his nerve and hit the winning two off Richards.

    Garven Island 237 & 208 lost to
    Stedingham 225 & 222/9 by one wicket

    Campsfield Braves v Twybridge Titans
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    Twybridge looked a weak side as only Law and Thompson of their professionals turned up, and Thompson didn't do much with the ball as Blackman had a field day in Camps Field. However, Cotterill and White helped take Campsfield apart, before Mike Wilson's six wickets settled the matter. Campsfield chose not to enforce the follow on, grinding them into the ground for a comprehensive victory.

    Campsfield 248 & 271 beat
    Twybridge 77 & 171 by 271 runs

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    Awesome work Jets...let's keep it going!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by flibbertyjibber View Post
    Only a bunch of convicts having been beaten 3-0 and gone 9 tests without a win and won just 1 in 11 against England could go into the home series saying they will win. England will win in Australia again this winter as they are a better side which they have shown this summer. 3-0 doesn't lie girls.

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    mmm 40 ca ndo better hitting a bit of a slump but for my first grade match its alright

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    I'm not having the best of starts to this season. *_*

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    17 wickets @ 8.53 in my first 2 games in Grade this season and we still cant get a damn victory.

    Give me a 0fer and a win please
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    60 in the 2nd innings..nice

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    struggling at grade cricket atm
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    That Davistow bowling attack is quite scary.

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    3 and 33, not so good...

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