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    Quite happy with the grade form, but Haakon for shame, man, (going on fc grade stats from a long time ago, albeit) 2nd highest run scorer, 2 highest wicket taker in the edfield seahawks, and still no look in, in the fc team?
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    hmm missing out on both Grade and colts games
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    Pretty happy with my 9 fer there, might get me a place in the Green team soon enough......
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    Quote Originally Posted by DCC_legend View Post
    Pretty happy with my 9 fer there, might get me a place in the Green team soon enough......
    Not with the way i'm bowling.
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    Blacks doing decent in grade, eh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dontcloseyoureyes View Post
    Blackman doing decent in grade, eh.
    Fixed.

    May not get games out tonight guys, apologies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by David View Post
    Fixed.

    May not get games out tonight guys, apologies.
    Boo, Fox and Syed have been pretty good too IMO. Donald as well. We can't forget old Subacka either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dontcloseyoureyes View Post
    Boo, Fox and Syed have been pretty good too IMO. Donald as well. We can't forget old Subacka either.
    We can if he doesn't do his tri-annual post, soon.
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    He usually posts in waves. Swell's been a bit quiet lately.

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    Been reading this the whole season instead of posting, and after a brilliant start, I've become a bit of an average bowler - oh well. Shame we lost top-spot too.

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    Unfortunately probably won't get a chance to sim any games until Sunday, as I won't be home, so hopefully I'll get a few sone then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David View Post
    Unfortunately probably won't get a chance to sim any games until Sunday, as I won't be home, so hopefully I'll get a few sone then.
    OK. I'll do a few one-day rounds while we wait.
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    Announcement on rookies

    Three players were signed by club teams today:

    James Griffen joins the Gofftown Tigers, a team that has been struggling wildly in the batting department all season. Meanwhile, Garven Island Sharks finally secure the services of a man likely to play for them, as bowler David Pares has signed on for a considerable sum. Finally, Heath Davis joins the Pickford Panthers in an attempt to land the entire Black bowling attack at the club.

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    Round 26 - OD - 24 May

    Campsfield Braves v Greater Robbham de Grooters
    in Camps Field

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    Campsfield pros: Dubb-Lynch, Gooljar, Collins

    A prime example of a botched chase. The Robbham amateurs lacked hitting power.

    Campsfield Braves (8pts) beat Greater Robbham de Grooters (0pts) by eight runs
    Man of the Match: D. Y. Dubb-Lynch (Campsfield)

    Davistow Darters v Twybridge Titans
    in Heathridge Oval

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    Davistow pros: Ritchie, Raghav
    Twybridge pros: Thompson (lightly injured), Donald, Forner

    Raghav invited to feast on the Twybridge tail, but was hit about too; this set a challenging total of 207 to win. A resurgent Ritchie made 73 before the wheels fell off, courtesy of Blake Donald, who struck four times in a remarkable collapse.

    Twybridge Titans (9pts) beat Davistow Darters (0pts) by 25 runs
    Man of the Match: B. C. Donald (Twybridge)

    Edfield Seahawks v Maddington Frenzy
    in CWBCC Stadium

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    Edfield pros: Rai, Nayak, Borcich, Clapham
    Maddington pros: Sharma, McMeekin, Syed, May-Quinlan, Payne. Youth: Malone jnr.

    Clapham shone brightly, taking five for 42 including the vital wickets of Malone and McMeekin, as the Frenzy looked to slip to a rare defeat. However, their bowlers took them back in it, with Malone jnr. nabbing three for 20 as the Seahawks crashed to 142 for nine, still requiring 30 for the win. Amateurs Baber and Banik managed it in the penultimate over.

    Edfield Seahawks (8pts) beat Maddington Frenzy (0pts) by one wicket
    Man of the Match: K. R. Clapham (Edfield)

    Fitzworthingham Broncos v Garven Island Sharks
    in Simmons Park

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    Fitzworthingham pros: Ullungura, Arnold, Hogarth, Kerr, Speirs, Wright, Williams, E McNamara
    Garven Island pros: Fitzsimmons, Pares

    A certain inevitability about this result; once Fitzsimmons went, lbw to Wright, the rest fell easily and the Sharks crashed to 101, despite rookie Pares making an unbeaten 16. He also took two wickets, but was slogged about and taken off, and the Broncos won inside 13.3 overs.

    Fitzworthingham Broncos (12pts) beat Garven Island Sharks (0pts) by eight wickets
    Man of the Match: K. S. Wright (Fitzworthingham)

    Nixonstown Foxes v Gofftown Tigers
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    Nixonstown pros: Dravid, +Gray, Fox, Gundry, Shah
    Gofftown pros: Griffen, Malthus, Dwyer

    Gofftown struggled to 200, with Gundry and Shah taking wickets at will. A minor collapse followed from 131 for one, but a Harmi-wide from Nash settled the game.

    Nixonstown Foxes (8pts) beat Gofftown Tigers (0pts) by three wickets
    Man of the Match: Manan Shah (Nixonstown)

    Pickford Panthers v Stedingham Jets
    in Pickford Reserve

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    Pickford pros: Roberts, Davis, Su
    Stedingham pros: Mamesh, +Gaukroger

    One side with only bowlers, the other with only batsmen. (It didn't stop the Jets captain, who ordered Mamesh to send down ten overs of slow dribbles; it yielded two maidens.) The bowlers of Pickford won, largely thanks to Su's tormenting spell, worth six for 38.

    Pickford Panthers (8pts) beat Stedingham Jets (0pts) by nine runs
    Man of the Match: Kexing Su (Pickford)
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