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    Worst 9 over spell. Ugh.


    Happy with my OD stats though. Hak, is my aggression in OD grade simming low? I think Dave did that last season and I'd be interested to know if thats still the case.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NZTailender View Post
    Worst 9 over spell. Ugh.


    Happy with my OD stats though. Hak, is my aggression in OD grade simming low? I think Dave did that last season and I'd be interested to know if thats still the case.
    We didn't have OD last season, did we?

    Anyway, as matches are computer simmed I can't do much with aggression.
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    Campsfield Braves v Davistow Darters
    in PDV Dome

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    Campsfield pros: Blackman, Gooljar, Dunn
    Davistow pros: Ritchie

    Blackman never got quite gong in a large PDV Dome, but nevertheless stuck around for a fine 117 against ineffective bowling. The Darters were in the game till the tenth over, then slipped to 68 for five after Ritchie was run out. Waheed and Ehsan couldn't quite score quickly enough, despite five gifting overs from Blackman.

    Campsfield Braves (8pts) beat Davistow Darters (0pts) by 13 runs
    Man of the Match: A. J. Blackman (Campsfield)

    Edfield Seahawks v Garven Island Sharks
    in Sanderston Ground

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    Edfield pros: Rai, Bharat, GN Nayak, Clapham, MJ Smith

    Edfield never quite got going, despite the stand of 116 between Bharat and Nayak for the third wicket, and they could only post 200 against the amateur attack. It was quickly made irrelevant, however, as nine batsmen were caught in a spectacular collapse to 95 for eight. Bristow and Shahzad held out, but Smith (three for 29) and Clapham (four for 24) had already reaped the rewards as the Seahawks enjoyed a rare one-day win.

    Edfield Seahawks (9pts) beat Garven Island Sharks (0pts) by 36 runs
    Man of the Match: K. R. Clapham (Edfield)

    Greater Robbham de Grooters v Gofftown Tigers
    in CW Bar Ground

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    Greater Robbham pros: Amir, Mitchell
    Gofftown pros: Malthus, Dwyer

    Despite an early strike from Amir to remove Malthus, it wasn't until his second spell that the Tigers truly collapsed. Mahmood and Knight had added 104 when Amir returned, and he had three men lbw, one bowled and one caught to end with mindboggling returns of six for 29. He also contributed with 28 runs - yet de Grooters still lost, as Nash, Kipling and Knight stuck into their batting and they folded for a meagre 158.

    Gofftown Tigers (10pts) beat Greater Robbham de Grooters (0pts) by 47 runs
    Man of the Match: M. U. Amir (Greater Robbham)

    Maddington Frenzy v Nixonstown Foxes
    in Bacchanalia Fields

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    Maddington pros: Sharma, McMeekin, Syed, Payne. Youth: Malone jnr.
    Nixonstown pros: Dravid, Gray, Fox, Shah

    Syed took five for 36, picking apart the Foxes, with Gray's brief interlude of 24 the highest score by a professional. Adhikari and Flanaghan managed to add 55 for the final wicket for a competitive total, but fine innings from Malone jnr. and McMeekin ensured the result was never in doubt.

    Maddington Frenzy (10pts) beat Nixonstown Foxes (0pts) by eight wickets
    Man of the Match: A. K. Syed (Maddington)

    Pickford Panthers v Fitzworthingham Broncos
    in Pickford Reserve

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    Pickford pros: Gough, Roberts, Su
    Fitzworthingham pros: Ullungura, Hogarth, Speirs, Williams, E McNamara

    Su continued the trend of bowlers making early incisions, ending with three for 27 in a fine opening spell, and it was Ditchburn and Rhynehart who saved the Broncos after they had slipped to 94 for eight. They were less effective with the ball, giving up 56 in the first ten overs, and at 67 for nought the Panthers looked comfortable winners.

    Then Williams and Ethan McNamara started taking wickets. 13 overs later, the Panthers were all out for 120 in one of the more remarkable one-day collapses in grade history, and the Broncos had won by 47 runs. Williams took four for 18, while McNamara five for 20, but Williams' wickets were all in the top five.

    Fitzworthingham Broncos (10pts) beat Pickford Panthers (0pts) by 47 runs
    Man of the Match: R. Williams (Fitzworthingham)

    Stedingham Jets v Twybridge Titans
    in Jets Arena

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    Stedingham pros: Stedman, +Gaukroger
    Twybridge pros: Thompson, Das, Donald, Wilshere, J McNamara, Forner

    Blake Donald's hundred propelled Twybridge to a respectable total of 247 for four, and when Thompson got Stedman out for the first time in grade one-day this season, a win for the Titans seemed inevitable. The Jets agreed, falling to 59 for eight as Donald took five for 28; Bala and Pratap rebuilt, but all too late.

    Twybridge Titans (11pts) beat Stedingham Jets (0pts) by 93 runs
    Man of the Match: B. C. Donald (Twybridge)

    Table:

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    Team		P	W	L	D	T	BP	Pts
    Twybridge	15	10	3	2	0	48	150
    Fitzworthingham	15	11	3	1	0	41	148
    Campsfield	15	8	4	3	0	40	129
    Maddington	15	8	5	2	0	33	119
    Nixonstown	15	9	5	1	0	21	108
    Edfield		15	5	8	2	0	31	89
    Robbham		15	5	8	1	1	26	85
    Davistow	15	6	7	2	0	19	81
    Gofftown	15	6	8	1	0	16	71
    Pickford	15	5	8	2	0	18	68
    Stedingham	15	4	8	3	0	21	66
    Garven Island	15	0	10	4	1	13	29
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    I beilive I'ma player of Gofftown, why the heck aren't I playing when there's no match on?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dizzy #4 View Post
    I beilive I'ma player of Gofftown, why the heck aren't I playing when there's no match on?
    Read back in the thread. Players don't play grade on bye days anymore unless they're left out of their team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel_Vimes View Post
    We didn't have OD last season, did we?

    Anyway, as matches are computer simmed I can't do much with aggression.
    I'm probably confusing it with something else, then.

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    Thomas was never dropped, yet he played

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel_Vimes View Post
    Greater Robbham de Grooters v Gofftown Tigers
    in CW Bar Ground

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    Ball By Ball

    Greater Robbham pros: Amir, Mitchell
    Gofftown pros: Malthus, Dwyer

    Despite an early strike from Amir to remove Malthus, it wasn't until his second spell that the Tigers truly collapsed. Mahmood and Knight had added 104 when Amir returned, and he had three men lbw, one bowled and one caught to end with mindboggling returns of six for 29. He also contributed with 28 runs - yet de Grooters still lost, as Nash, Kipling and Knight stuck into their batting and they folded for a meagre 158.

    Gofftown Tigers (10pts) beat Greater Robbham de Grooters (0pts) by 47 runs
    Man of the Match: M. U. Amir (Greater Robbham)
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    Thomas doesn't play Dev League OD games...

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    Good win for the Titans. My OD bowling has improved a lot since I've come to Grade and it was good to get a century as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel_Vimes View Post
    They've all been first picks for Green.
    Oh ok I just thought it was strange to see Camps playing
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    Quote Originally Posted by bryce View Post
    Oh ok I just thought it was strange to see Camps playing
    Yeah, the Blue players were in because Blue weren't playing immediately after the ODI series.

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