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    damnit we lost...happy with the wickets
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    Essex continuing their red hot form, I see.

    So, DK, how about that batting swap?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Mxyzptlk
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    Name: NS Hoy
    Club: Vic
    Batting 1st (3): 65 (71)
    Bowling 1st (2): 10-2-42-1 (incl. Katich)
    MoM?: Y
    Scores: Vic 219/2 beat NSW 216/4 by 8 wickets
    Batting 3 ...i have a feeling that just doubled my highest List-A score.


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    Liam, can I have a move in the OD batting order please

    Don't feel I'm settling in at 5, so a move to 4 or perhaps even opening would be much appreciated.

    Nice win Yorkers!
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    Pretty poor performances from me, with only 1 score of note, 47 off 75 .

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    Quote Originally Posted by thewizard1o1
    Batting 3 ...i have a feeling that just doubled my highest List-A score.

    i knew the Bushrangers were light on for batsmen but number 3


    impressive innings though
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Mxyzptlk

    Name: DM Kennett
    Club: Essex
    Batting 1st (10): 6 (23)
    Bowling 1st (2): 9-0-44-0 (incl. MA Ealham)
    MoM?: N
    Scores: Durh 253/4 beat Essex 104 by 149 runs
    Did he run him out or do you just not rate Ealham at all?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Mxyzptlk
    Name: H Mřrk
    Club: Yorks
    Batting 1st (2): 59* (44... !!!!!!)
    Bowling 1st: DNB
    MoM?: N
    Scores: Derby 248/4 beat Yorks 247 by 6 wickets
    I knew dropping Dauth on 0, 1, 2, 4, 7, 11, 16, 24, 36, 55, 66 and 84 would be crucial.

    I do wonder what my clubmates did to be bowled out by the might of Graeme Welch (best ginger bowler in England at the mo? ), Ant Botha and Jonathan Moss, though...
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    First man of the match performance.

    I think Cloete must have gone through about 7 bats by now ...

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    Name: GM Roberts
    Club: HBS
    Batting 1st (8): 0 (1) - out to DeSilva
    Bowling 1st (2): 10-0-48-1
    MoM?: N
    Scores: Amst 229/9 beat HBS 209 by 20 runs
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    I did better in dev cricket last season than I have in both grade and club cricket, it seems the higher the calibre of cricket the better I do, maybe if I played test cricket I'd get hundreds every innings.
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    My 580 runs @ 140 in 3D look real good.

    And my SR of 57.03, well, let's not mention that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jungle Jumbo
    Have I jumped the shark already?
    It's what happens when you lose touch with your inner mental age of seven

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    Quote Originally Posted by crickhowell
    I did better in dev cricket last season than I have in both grade and club cricket, it seems the higher the calibre of cricket the better I do, maybe if I played test cricket I'd get hundreds every innings.
    Let's just hope you don't face any Under 11s any time soon.

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