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    Thought it was interesting to point out that Stedman has played three one day fixtures and scored three not out tons : 117*, 146* & 161*... Insanity.

    I'd put 5 on the table that he makes a double ton before the seasons out
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    I once made 190-odd not out in a grade OD match. Good times.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dontcloseyoureyes View Post
    I once made 190-odd not out in a grade OD match. Good times.
    Against the blind school, if I recall correctly....

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    The Blind Primary School XI, tbh.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dontcloseyoureyes View Post
    The Blind Primary School XI, tbh.
    Heheh, good times as you said. (Y)

    Hahah, choice.

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    did the ball have a bell in it. ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bugssy View Post
    did the ball have a bell in it. ?
    I believe you're thinking of the balls kittens play with, not a cricket ball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobisback View Post
    I believe you're thinking of the balls kittens play with, not a cricket ball.
    I lol'd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dontcloseyoureyes View Post
    I lol'd.
    hahahaha

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    Round 9, May 4, 3-D

    Campsfield Braves vs Pickford Panthers
    @ PDV Dome

    Campsfield pros: Blackman, Gooljar, Dunn
    Pickford pros: None

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    A good showing by Campsfield failed to result in a victory despite a massive Blackman century. The bowlers were unable to finish the job as Pickford played for the draw.

    Campsfield (11pts) Drew with Pickford (3pts)
    MOTM: A.J. Blackman

    Davistow Darters vs Stedingham Jets
    @ Heathridge Oval

    Davistow pros: Raghav
    Stedingham pros: Gaukroger, Reddlapalli

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    A hapless performance by Davistow, a big win for Stedingham. Reddlapalli bowled well in the first innings to lead the Jets to victory.

    Davistow (0pts) Lost to Stedingham (20pts)
    MOTM: M. Reddlapalli

    Fitzworthingham Broncos vs Greater Robbham de Grooters
    @ Simmons Park

    Fitzworthingham pros: Speirs, E.A.P. McNamara
    Robbham pros: None

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    The Broncos proved too strong, crushing Robbham in a convincing performance, the Fitzworthingham pros proving the difference.

    Fitzworthingham (18pts) Defeated Greater Robbham (1pt)
    MOTM: D.G. Speirs

    Garven Island Sharks vs Gofftown Tigers
    @ Clowich Stadium

    Garven Island pros: None
    Gofftown pros: None

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    The lack of pros made the game more exciting, as the two evenly balanced teams played out a draw. The game seemed to be going Garven Island's way, however a gutsy 92 from Courtis after an earlier failure promised an interesting finish. Alas, time beat both teams.

    Garven Island (7pts) Drew with Gofftown (5pts)
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    Nixonstown Foxes vs Edfield Seahawks
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    Nixonstown pros: Luff, Fox, Manan Shah
    Edfield pros: Rai, G.N. Nayak, Borcich, M.J. Smith

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    Nixonstown looked to be still in the game until Smith came to the crease, his 64 off 47 demoralising Nixonstown. Earlier Borcich & Nayak had done the damage with the ball in the first innings, then continued on early in the second whilst ably backed up by the bowling of Rai & Smith. Nixonstown had no answers as Edfield cruised to a comfortable victory.

    Nixonstown (0pts) defeated by Edfield (17pts)
    MOTM: N.A. Borcich

    Twybridge Titans vs Maddington Frenzy
    @ Riverside

    Twybridge pros: Das, J.P. McNamara
    Maddington pros: Corrin, Syed, Payne Youth: Malone Jr

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    An incredible game that could've gone either way, Das played two solid knocks to open up the Twybridge Innings', as McNamara went to work on the Maddington batsmen. However a brilliant unbeaten Century from Malone Jr in the second dig to make up for his earlier golden whilst his team was looking in trouble turned the tables, and all of a sudden Maddington looked the chance...

    Twybridge (6pts) Drew with Maddington (5pts)

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    Pshht... with me and Malone Jr. at the crease I was liking our chances. But a well fought draw all the same.
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    Top work Edfield. Nayak shoving his hand up harder for recognition.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shortpitched713 View Post
    Pshht... with me and Malone Jr. at the crease I was liking our chances. But a well fought draw all the same.
    i thought we could have done it mate. but we did well to hold on.....

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    Good work from all the Edfield boys there, classy win.

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