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    Grade Cricket Season XII

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    Campsfield Braves (8): Alex Blackman (Black), Liam Camps (Blue), Adam Collins (Blue), Ryan Dunn (Blue), Gareth Gooljar (Blue), Daniel Smith (Black), Mike Wilson (Colts), Darren Dubb-Lynch (Green)
    Davistow Darters (8): David Kearsley (Red), David Kennett (Red), Zac Ritchie (Red), Nath Patrick (Black), Dave Watt (Red). Signings: Mark Hopgood (Colts), S Raghav (Red), Ben Read (Green)
    Edfield Seahawks (8): Pooja Bharat (Colts), Nick Borcich (Black), Kingsley Clapham (Red), Håkon Mørk (Red), Gaurav Nayak (Red), Dan Rai (Colts), Matt Smith (Blue), Daniel Towns (Colts)
    Garven Island Sharks (8): Andrew Cloete (Black), Bryce Cunningham (Green), Simon Fitzsimmons (Colts), Andrew Garven (Green), Don Lezama (Green), Dave Richards (Black), Xavier Rose (Green). Signings: Rob Bowen (Blue)
    Gofftown Tigers (8): Brendan Goff (Blue), R. G. E. W. S. Cribb (Blue), Trav Demeza (Blue), Chris Dwyer (Red), Shan Jasotharan (Colts), James Malthus (Colts), Greg Thomas (Colts), Rob Malone (Green)
    Greater Robbham de Grooters (7): Ash Chaulk (Black), Rob Dauth (Red), Kenny Dobson (Red), Mat Mitchell (Green), Marc Robbins (Red), Nick Scott (Green). Signings: Muhammad Amir (Red)
    Nixonstown Foxes (8): Nitin Dravid (Green), Zac Gelman (Black), Jamee Gray (Red), Paddy Gundry (Green), Matt Luff (Red). Signings: Manan Shah (Colts), Ben Fox (Black), Gerald Armstrong (Black)
    Pickford Panthers (8): Dinusha de Silva (Blue), Sean Fuller (Blue), Kev Gough (Black), Tom Halsey (Green), Kexing Su (Black), Neil Pickup (Black), George Roberts (Black), Peter Young (Blue)
    Stedingham Jets (8): Sean Bennett (Red), Chris Butler (Colts), Andy Cameron (Green), Megan Gaukroger (Green), Thamba Mamesh (Blue), Manjunath Reddlapalli (Red), James Stedman (Black). Signings: Thad Bochat (Colts)
    Twybridge Titans (9): Alex Crampton (Blue), Arunava Das (Colts), Nick Hancock (Colts), Jack McNamara (Colts), Callum Thompson (Red), Tarick Weber (Colts). Signings: Blake Donald (Black), Josh Forner (Green), Ben Wilshere (Blue)
    Maddington Frenzy (7): Signings: Aseem Sharma (Red), Martyn Corrin (Green), Corey McMeekin (Black), Lee Payne (Blue), Alamgir Syed (Black), James May-Quinlan (Blue), Rob Malone jnr. (youth contract)
    Fitzworthingham Broncos (8): Signings: Will Kerr (Colts), Dave Hogarth (Green), Jack Ullungura (Blue), Don Speirs (Green), Ethan McNamara (Green), Rhys Williams (Blue), Ash Arnold (Black), Kyle Wright (Colts, from Campsfield)

    Rob Malone jnr. have also been offered a contract by Garven Island Sharks.

    Rob Bowen is yet to be signed.
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    Round 1 - Thursday 26 April

    Campsfield v Gofftown

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    Campsfield

    Langdon
    Jahangir
    Blackman
    Hasabnis
    McEwan
    Gooljar
    +Harvey
    Jacklin
    Das
    Dunn
    Jadeja

    Gofftown

    Courtis
    Thampi
    Mahmood
    Dwyer
    Nash
    Jamaluddin
    Kipling
    Swann
    Hartley
    +Patel
    Demeza

    A tale of two players. Alex Blackman, who will spend the first half of the season playing grade cricket following his suspension, smacked an unbeaten 248 against Demeza and a rather lacklustre Dwyer, who was forced to bowl 36 overs in the lack of alternatives. Then Campsfield declared midway through the second morning session, and a Gooljar assault followed. The veteran leg-spinner took match figures of fourteen for 164, and held the slog from Dwyer on 83, as the Braves completed a thorough rout.

    Campsfield 441/4d (Blackman 248*)
    Gofftown 193 (Jamaluddin 77; Gooljar 7/64) & 229 (Dwyer 83; Gooljar 7/100)

    Campsfield Braves (17pts) beat Gofftown Tigers (0pts) by an innings and 19 runs
    Men of the Match: A. J. Blackman and G. S. Gooljar (Campsfield Braves)

    Davistow v Garven Island

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    Davistow

    Hopgood
    Dawlat
    +Read
    Ritchie
    Naik
    Ehsan
    Bayley
    Murdoch
    Raghav
    Pradeep
    Cassidy

    Garven Island

    Hanbury
    Tariq
    Shaukhat
    +Monaghan
    Gregory
    Piper
    Dharajia
    Edmondson
    K Das
    Stuart
    Bristow

    The Darters failed to press home their comfortable advantage, brought on by a blinder of an innings from Mark Hopgood, as the bowlers went off-colour in the second innings. Raghav's early strikes followed by incisive medium pace from Dawlat had brought the Sharks to a precarious position, trailing by 67 with five wickets in hand; an inspired 246-ball rearguard from Dharajia saved the draw, while Das at the other end drove home fifteen fours and three sixes on his way to a rather uncalled-for 124.

    Davistow Darters 468 (Hopgood 185, Dawlat 92, Bayley 73, Read 41; Tariq 5/93)
    Garven Island Sharks 313 (Bristow 85; Raghav 4/85, Ritchie 3/86) & 320/7 (f/o, Das 124*; Dawlat 3/61)

    Davistow Darters (7pts) drew with Garven Island Sharks (6pts)
    Man of the Match: M. R. Hopgood (Davistow Darters)

    Edfield v Stedingham

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    Edfield

    Barnaby
    Herbert
    James
    Satish Kumar
    Rai
    Nayak
    Borcich
    Clapham
    +Baber
    Whitehead
    Morton

    Stedingham

    Stedman
    Wallis
    +Gaukroger
    Reddlapalli
    Prabhakar Rao
    Chaudhari
    Javed Shafiq
    M Hogarth
    Innes
    Bochat
    Gillespie

    Nick Borcich started his season well enough, taking twelve for 97 as the Seahawks devoured the Jets in a brutal encounter at the CWBCC Stadium. None of the Jets seemed to have the required grit; after Stedman and Gaukroger added 61 for the second wicket, Clapham removed both, and Borcich closed it off with an inspired display of reverse swing. Gaurav Nayak then raced to 99 before running out his partner in chase of the hundred, and another Borcich-inspired collapse saw the Seahawks home easily.

    Stedingham Jets 168 (Gaukroger 52; Borcich 5/50) & 163 (Gaukroger 33; Borcich 7/47)
    Edfield Seahawks 298 (Nayak 99*; Reddlapalli 3/68, Bochat 3/109) & 54/0

    Edfield Seahawks (18pts) beat Stedingham Jets (0pts) by ten wickets
    Man of the Match: N. A. Borcich (Edfield Seahawks)

    Fitzworthingham v Maddington

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    Fitzworthingham

    Ullungura
    Speirs
    Kerr
    +Condliffe
    Joslin
    A Currie
    Rhynehart
    Simpson
    Wallwork
    Williams
    E McNamara

    Maddington

    Sharma
    Kross
    Malone jr.
    McMeekin
    Kellaway
    Courtenay
    H Simpson
    +Lawrell
    Syed
    Payne
    Stobo

    In the battle of the rookies at Simmons Park, the Frenzy triumphed with more consistent seam bowling, as both Alamgir Syed and Lee Payne impressed the onlookers. The two took thirteen wickets, and were the wreckers in chief as the Broncos slipped to 69 for seven; despite Rhynehart's valiant effort, Malone jnr. polished off the innings with two wickets, before hammering home the point with 51 unbeaten runs. Noteworthy was also the tying 111 from the Frenzy's Aseem Sharma.

    Fitzworthingham Broncos 252 (Kerr 79; Payne 4/71, Syed 2/54, Sharma 2/60) & 116 (Ullungura 37; Syed 4/58, Payne 3/30, Malone jnr. 2/3)
    Maddington Frenzy 265 (Sharma 111, Malone jnr. 54; Speirs 4/73, A Currie 3/47, E McNamara 3/60) & 105/3 (Malone jnr. 51*; Speirs 3/31)

    Maddington Frenzy (14pts) beat Fitzworthingham Broncos (2pts) by seven wickets
    Man of the Match: A. S. Sharma (Maddington Frenzy)

    Nixonstown v Twybridge

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    Nixonstown

    Prestwidge
    Dravid
    Eccles
    Adhikari
    Grierson
    Sanjeet
    Fox
    +Dalton
    Gundry
    Manan Shah
    Teisseire

    Twybridge

    Thompson
    A Das
    Donald
    Joslin
    Gunn
    Bokey
    Amresh Kumar
    Buttsworth
    +Hale
    J McNamara
    Cotterill

    Arunava Das and Blake Donald were dominant on the first day, sharing a stand of 178 as the Titans posted 406 against a bowling attack of three professionals; Fox escaped with a five-wicket-haul, largely due to being trusted with the thankful task of taking out the Titans' tail. McNamara and Thompson then outfoxed Nixonstown with patient bowling, getting them out for half the Titans' total after rearguards from Eccles (131 balls) and Adhikari (26 off 285). Dravid then led the successful draw effort, smacking 126 to avoid the innings defeat, before another stolid Adhikari innings prevented the win for Twybridge. In the nine remaining overs achieving 107 to win was impossible, despite Thompson clobbering five sixes for 38 unbeaten runs.

    Twybridge Titans 406 (Donald 116, Joslin 77, Fox 70; Fox 5/91) & 61/0 (Thompson 38*, Das 23*)
    Nixonstown Foxes 207 (Gundry 40; J McNamara 6/82, Thompson 2/33) & 300 (Dravid 126, Grierson 50; Thompson 5/77, Joslin 2/66, J McNamara 2/88)

    Twybridge Titans (9pts) drew with Nixonstown Foxes (4pts)
    Man of the Match: J. P. McNamara (Twybridge Titans)

    Pickford v Greater Robbham

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    Pickford

    Richings
    Bhattacharjee
    +Hepworth
    Jacob
    Chopra
    Trafford
    Cockerill
    Gokarn
    Roberts
    Bhadauria
    Kexing

    Greater Robbham

    Lucas
    Tariq Khan
    Sukhvinder
    Tebbut
    Palmer
    Broadbridge
    Finnegan
    Buxton
    +Jervis
    Pardhasaradhi
    Fortune

    An all-amateur Grooters side defeated Pickford despite the valiant efforts of George Roberts, whose leg-spin yielded 12 for 146 in friendly conditions at Pickford. Tariq Khan's eight wickets on the opposing side was enough for Robbham to take the win, though, with Pickford bowled out for 197 in chase of a challenging 213.

    Greater Robbham de Grooters 180 (Roberts 7/54) & 263 (Buxton 74*, Tebbut 59, Jervis 54; Roberts 5/92, Kexing 4/67)
    Pickford Panthers 231 (Jacob 65*; Tariq 3/65) & 197 (Tariq 5/53)

    Greater Robbham de Grooters (13pts) beat Pickford Panthers (4pts) by 15 runs
    Man of the Match: G. M. Roberts (Pickford Panthers)
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    So, if we aren't playing in case of byes any more, under what circumstances will we play? Only if left out of the dev league team?
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    Quote Originally Posted by FaaipDeOiad View Post
    So, if we aren't playing in case of byes any more, under what circumstances will we play? Only if left out of the dev league team?
    Pretty much.

    There's a couple of rounds where everyone's available to play - a one-day game in the third and fourth quarter break, and the final three rounds of the season.


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    Anyone up for tracking individual stats so we can get this form thing rolling?
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    Seahawks start the season with a win? What's going on there?

    Good stuff though. Remained completely anonymous myself, but oh well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Mxyzptlk View Post
    Anyone up for tracking individual stats so we can get this form thing rolling?
    for every team or ....... and how would you want it done.......i am happy to help if ya need
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    Quote Originally Posted by bugssy View Post
    for every team or ....... and how would you want it done.......i am happy to help if ya need
    Just something documenting each CW player's individual scores and wicket hauls. It doesn't have to reflect who the scores came against, so it could literally be a list like:

    RJ Malone
    Bat: 56, 78, 95, 125, 0...etc.
    Bowl: 2-45, 3-35, 2-1, 5-90...etc.

    I'd need that updated in time for each of the following dates:
    April 30
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    May 29
    June 3

    That's 7 updates over the course of the season. And once again, it'll need to be for every CW player.

    You think you're up for it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Mxyzptlk View Post
    Just something documenting each CW player's individual scores and wicket hauls. It doesn't have to reflect who the scores came against, so it could literally be a list like:

    RJ Malone
    Bat: 56, 78, 95, 125, 0...etc.
    Bowl: 2-45, 3-35, 2-1, 5-90...etc.

    I'd need that updated in time for each of the following dates:
    April 30
    May 6
    May 11
    May 18
    May 23
    May 29
    June 3

    That's 7 updates over the course of the season. And once again, it'll need to be for every CW player.

    You think you're up for it?
    Demeza said he'd help, too. So it can be split.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel_Vimes View Post
    Demeza said he'd help, too. So it can be split.
    Good stuff. Hopefully it all goes smoothly then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Majin View Post
    Seahawks start the season with a win? What's going on there?

    Good stuff though. Remained completely anonymous myself, but oh well.
    Good stuff indeed. I also remained anonymous, but mainly because I didn't play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Voltman View Post
    Good stuff indeed. I also remained anonymous, but mainly because I didn't play.
    The way you bowled in the last match, not sure we'd want it...

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    well i will do some teams and he can do some teams i guess....

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