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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Wright View Post
    I'm hoping with the Colts' bye I can get a game with the Broncos and get us back in the winners' circle. We're doing well on the table, but we can do better.
    Sorry, only players who are actually dropped from their Dev League team currently play grade.
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    Hmm, so people like Wright or maybe even me will never play grade, therefore never get benefitted with a shot at the form boost?

    EDIT: Unless our simming stats get boosts after we make decent scores in Dev League.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dontcloseyoureyes View Post
    Hmm, so people like Wright or maybe even me will never play grade, therefore never get benefitted with a shot at the form boost?
    There are form boosts through Dev League performances too, similar to the way grade form boosts, but with slightly lower limits for boosts. (Theoretically, at least.)

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    Round 6 - 1 May

    Campsfield Braves v Stedingham Jets
    in Camps Field

    Campsfield pros: Blackman, Collins
    Stedingham pros: Gaukroger

    Scorecard
    Ball By Ball

    A fullscale assault by Alex Blackman, worth 162 runs with seventeen boundaries, effectively ended any hopes of a Stedingham challenge in Camps Field. He came to the wicket second ball after Jahangir nicked Bala, then proceeded to lash into any and all bowling without discrimination. Stedingham imploded in the chase, and Collins could celebrate a win despite being the most expensive bowler.

    Campsfield Braves (11pts) beat Stedingham Jets (0pts) by 127 runs
    Man of the Match: A. J. Blackman (Campsfield)

    Davistow Darters v Gofftown Tigers
    in Heathridge Oval

    Davistow pros: Raghav
    Gofftown pros: Malthus, Thomas, Demeza

    Scorecard
    Ball By Ball

    Red seamer S Raghav took four wickets as the Darters eked out a six-run victory, also helped by the hundred from wicketkeeper McDonagh. Thomas and Demeza bowled well without particular threat, and McDonagh and Dawlat were allowed to put on a crucial 154 for the third wicket. The Tigers crashed to 155 for seven, but Thomas and Jamaluddin nearly got the runs off Raghav; however, Dawlat and Raghav bowled well enough at the death to prevent a runaway victory.

    Davistow Darters (8pts) beat Gofftown Tigers (0pts) by six runs
    Man of the Match: T. N. McDonagh (Davistow Darters)

    Fitzworthingham Broncos v Twybridge Titans
    in Simmons Park

    Fitzworthingham pros: Hogarth, Williams
    Twybridge pros: Weber, Forner

    Scorecard
    Ball By Ball

    A slow wicket produced a dull game, where both Hogarth and Medlow fell just short of a century after a 200-partnership. Rhys Williams bowled well enough to defend the mediocre target, taking four for 44 including two wickets at the death, though the game shouldn't have been close when the Titans were 117 for six.

    Fitzworthingham Broncos (8pts) beat Twybridge Titans (0pts) by 13 runs
    Man of the Match: R. Williams (Fitzworthingham Broncos)

    Garven Island Sharks v Maddington Frenzy
    in Clowich Stadium

    Maddington pros: Syed, Payne. Youth: Malone jnr.

    Scorecard
    Ball By Ball

    The Frenzy ran into unexpected trouble against rampant Sharks, whose early wickets set them back so much they were only able to post a target of 205, despite 23 extras. However, Lee Payne and Alamgir Syed exploited the conditions, and by the tenth over it looked hopeless. Piper staged a good recovery, but couldn't up the rate sufficiently.

    Maddington Frenzy (8pts) beat Garven Island Sharks (0pts) by 16 runs
    Man of the Match: L. R. Payne (Maddington Frenzy)

    Nixonstown Foxes v Greater Robbham de Grooters
    in CW Oval

    Nixonstown pros: Luff, Dravid, +Gray, Fox
    Greater Robbham pros: Amir, Mitchell

    Scorecard
    Ball By Ball

    Ben Fox took six wickets on a bowler-friendly wicket to almost secure victory for his Foxes, with only Broadbridge (46) and Mitchell (12*) withstanding the onslaught. Amir, not to be outdone, answered with four for 26 in five overs including three professionals, but once again Fox stood tall with 55. Inexplicably, Amir was still kept out of the game, and the Foxes eked home with six overs to spare.

    Nixonstown Foxes (9pts) beat Greater Robbham de Grooters (0pts) by three wickets
    Man of the Match: B. B. Fox

    Pickford Panthers v Edfield Seahawks
    in Pickford Reserve

    Edfield pros: Rai, Borcich

    Scorecard
    Ball By Ball

    Pickford racked up a solid total of 244 for five after disappointing bowling from the Seahawks, who then the run rate spiral upwards after defensive gluts from Derick, Rai and Borcich.

    Pickford Panthers (9pts) beat Edfield Seahawks (0pts) by 26 runs
    Man of the Match: N. C. Bhattacharjee (Pickford Panthers)

    Table

    Code:
    Twybridge        4-1-1   69
    Maddington 	 4-1-1   53
    Fitzworthingham	 4-2-0   53
    Campsfield	 3-2-1   53
    Edfield		 2-4-0	 44
    Davistow	 3-2-1	 39
    Nixonstown	 3-2-1	 38
    Gr. Robbham	 2-3-1	 33
    Gofftown	 2-4-0	 31
    Pickford	 2-3-1	 29
    Stedingham	 2-3-1	 23
    Garven Island	 0-4-2	 10


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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel_Vimes View Post
    Campsfield Braves v Stedingham Jets
    in Camps Field

    Campsfield pros: Blackman, Collins
    Stedingham pros: Gaukroger

    Scorecard
    Ball By Ball

    A fullscale assault by Alex Blackman, worth 162 runs with seventeen boundaries, effectively ended any hopes of a Stedingham challenge in Camps Field. He came to the wicket second ball after Jahangir nicked Bala, then proceeded to lash into any and all bowling without discrimination. Stedingham imploded in the chase, and Collins could celebrate a win despite being the most expensive bowler.

    Campsfield Braves (11pts) beat Stedingham Jets (0pts) by 127 runs
    Man of the Match: A. J. Blackman (Campsfield)

    Davistow Darters v Gofftown Tigers
    in Heathridge Oval

    Davistow pros: Raghav
    Gofftown pros: Malthus, Thomas, Demeza

    Scorecard
    Ball By Ball

    Red seamer S Raghav took four wickets as the Darters eked out a six-run victory, also helped by the hundred from wicketkeeper McDonagh. Thomas and Demeza bowled well without particular threat, and McDonagh and Dawlat were allowed to put on a crucial 154 for the third wicket. The Tigers crashed to 155 for seven, but Thomas and Jamaluddin nearly got the runs off Raghav; however, Dawlat and Raghav bowled well enough at the death to prevent a runaway victory.

    Davistow Darters (8pts) beat Gofftown Tigers (0pts) by six runs
    Man of the Match: T. N. McDonagh (Davistow Darters)

    Fitzworthingham Broncos v Twybridge Titans
    in Simmons Park

    Fitzworthingham pros: Hogarth, Williams
    Twybridge pros: Weber, Forner

    Scorecard
    Ball By Ball

    A slow wicket produced a dull game, where both Hogarth and Medlow fell just short of a century after a 200-partnership. Rhys Williams bowled well enough to defend the mediocre target, taking four for 44 including two wickets at the death, though the game shouldn't have been close when the Titans were 117 for six.

    Fitzworthingham Broncos (8pts) beat Twybridge Titans (0pts) by 13 runs
    Man of the Match: R. Williams (Fitzworthingham Broncos)

    Garven Island Sharks v Maddington Frenzy
    in Clowich Stadium

    Maddington pros: Syed, Payne. Youth: Malone jnr.

    Scorecard
    Ball By Ball

    The Frenzy ran into unexpected trouble against rampant Sharks, whose early wickets set them back so much they were only able to post a target of 205, despite 23 extras. However, Lee Payne and Alamgir Syed exploited the conditions, and by the tenth over it looked hopeless. Piper staged a good recovery, but couldn't up the rate sufficiently.

    Maddington Frenzy (8pts) beat Garven Island Sharks (0pts) by 16 runs
    Man of the Match: L. R. Payne (Maddington Frenzy)

    Nixonstown Foxes v Greater Robbham de Grooters
    in CW Oval

    Nixonstown pros: Luff, Dravid, +Gray, Fox
    Greater Robbham pros: Amir, Mitchell

    Scorecard
    Ball By Ball

    Ben Fox took six wickets on a bowler-friendly wicket to almost secure victory for his Foxes, with only Broadbridge (46) and Mitchell (12*) withstanding the onslaught. Amir, not to be outdone, answered with four for 26 in five overs including three professionals, but once again Fox stood tall with 55. Inexplicably, Amir was still kept out of the game, and the Foxes eked home with six overs to spare.

    Nixonstown Foxes (9pts) beat Greater Robbham de Grooters (0pts) by three wickets
    Man of the Match: B. B. Fox

    Pickford Panthers v Edfield Seahawks
    in Pickford Reserve

    Edfield pros: Rai, Borcich

    Scorecard
    Ball By Ball

    Pickford racked up a solid total of 244 for five after disappointing bowling from the Seahawks, who then the run rate spiral upwards after defensive gluts from Derick, Rai and Borcich.

    Pickford Panthers (9pts) beat Edfield Seahawks (0pts) by 26 runs
    Man of the Match: N. C. Bhattacharjee (Pickford Panthers)

    Table

    Code:
    Twybridge        4-1-1   69
    Maddington 	 4-1-1   53
    Fitzworthingham	 4-2-0   53
    Campsfield	 3-2-1   53
    Edfield		 2-4-0	 44
    Davistow	 3-2-1	 39
    Nixonstown	 3-2-1	 38
    Gr. Robbham	 2-3-1	 33
    Gofftown	 2-4-0	 31
    Pickford	 2-3-1	 29
    Stedingham	 2-3-1	 23
    Garven Island	 0-4-2	 10

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    Quote Originally Posted by bugssy View Post
    scorecards are not working........
    Well spotted. Should be sorted now.

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    Back down with a bang after a good performance last time. We need to find some sort of consistency.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel_Vimes View Post
    Sorry, only players who are actually dropped from their Dev League team currently play grade.
    Hmm...Disapointing.

    I could understand that situation with the old schedule, but with the new one with teams having byes it would be a good way keep players active.

    You could add something where, unless a team wants a player rested they should be allowed to play during the bye period.
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    Good to see the Broncos winning.

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    Gotta be close to Green selection. lol

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    Round 7 - 2 May

    Edfield Seahawks v Campsfield Braves
    in CWBCC Stadium

    Edfield pros: Rai, Borcich, MJ Smith
    Campsfield pros: Blackman, Gooljar, Dunn

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    Ball By Ball

    Nick Borcich was part of a 144-run partnership which turned the game on its head after a good starting spell from Dunn and Gooljar. The Seahawks were 67 for five, yet Borcich's early, unthreatening spell jeapordised the game. Smith broke through the openers first change, while Blackman charged Rai first ball and duly thrashed the ball to Smith at midwicket. A collapse followed despite Gooljar's measured 46 - with the run rate exploding, he inside edged and was last out, but the damage had already been done by Rai, who took five for 32 as the Seahawks drew level with the Braves on the table.

    Edfield Seahawks (9pts) beat Campsfield Braves by 42 runs
    Man of the Match: D. K. Rai (Edfield Seahawks)

    Gofftown Tigers v Fitzworthingham Broncos
    in Gofftown Oval

    Gofftown pros: Malthus, Thomas
    Fitzworthingham pros: Speirs

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    Thomas set back the Broncos with early wickets, ending with four for 34 as they were bowled out for a feeble 177, and though Speirs did his best to right his early dismissal, Thomas got them over the line with a fine unbeaten 25.

    Gofftown Tigers (8pts) beat Fitzworthingham Broncos by three wickets
    Man of the Match: G. M. Thomas (Gofftown Tigers)

    Greater Robbham de Grooters v Davistow Darters
    in CW Bar Ground

    Greater Robbham pro: Dobson
    Davistow pros: Ritchie, Raghav

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    The Darters squandered a good position and meandered to 208 for eight, with Sukhvinder, Buxton and Pardhasaradhi all claiming credits on the bowling side. Ritchie was lbw just before his fifty, and everything fell apart from there. Despite incisive bowling from Raghav, Dobson stood tall with 82 not out, proving hints of what was to come the following day.

    Greater Robbham de Grooters (8pts) beat Davistow Darters (0pts) by six wickets
    Man of the Match: G. K. K. Dobson (Greater Robbham de Grooters)

    Maddington Frenzy v Pickford Panthers
    in Bacchanalia Fields

    Maddington pros: Corrin, Payne. Youth: Malone jnr.

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    There were disastrous performances on offer from the Frenzy professionals against Pickford veteran McCrystal, who castled Malone and Corrin en route to splendid figures of two for 28 in the Panthers' bowling rout. Wicket-keeper Lawrell barely survived the final overs, as the Frenzy ended on 181 for nine, of which Fielke and the Simpsons contributed 128. The Panthers nearly went better, as Payne struck early to send them into a crisis at nine for three, but the Frenzy couldn't pile on the pressure and Gokarn's unbeaten 84 was by far the best knock on offer.

    Pickford Panthers (8pts) beat Maddington Frenzy (0pts) by four wickets
    Man of the Match: J. J. McCrystal (Pickford Panthers)

    Stedingham Jets v Nixonstown Foxes
    in Jets Arena

    Stedingham pros: Stedman, Gaukroger
    Nixonstown pros: Dravid, Gray, Fox

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    Dravid thumped an unbeaten 132, sharing a partnership of 195 with Jamee Gray, as the Stedingham bowlers got a thorough routing at home. They would nevertheless have fancied their own chances to chase 272 with Stedman in the team; and as Fox failed to get him out in the opening spell, the odds fell on the Jets. However, despite Stedman scoring a massive 161, Gaukroger hogged the strike at the other end, and the massive 246-run partnership fell two runs short of victory.

    Nixonstown Foxes (8pts) beat Stedingham Jets (0pts) by one run
    Man of the Match: J. E. Stedman (Stedingham Jets)

    Twybridge Titans v Garven Island Sharks
    in Riverside, Twybridge

    Twybridge pros: Weber, Forner

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    Shaukhat Shahzad took four wickets, including the three first in a collapse to 31 for three, but the Titans were let off the hook somewhat and posted 214. Tight and threatening bowling from the Sharks, particularly Forner (with four for 43) ensured victory.

    Twybridge Titans (8pts) beat Garven Island Sharks by 19 runs
    Man of the Match: J. N. E. Forner (Twybridge Titans)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Josh View Post
    Gotta be close to Green selection. lol
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