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    Quote Originally Posted by bryce
    haha NY 47 all out and nath gets 0* batting at number 5
    Oops. That should be at 9, which is still too high for him.
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    Name: JE Stedman
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    Batting 1st (2): 8 (10)
    Bowling 1st (3): 8-1-68-0 (incl. 27-run over)
    If I were keeping in New York this never would have happened. And they wouldn't have been allout for 47 either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Mxyzptlk

    Name: AJ Garven
    Club: Voor
    Batting 1st (2): 83 (95)
    Bowling 1st (5): 10-1-32-1
    MoM?: Y
    Scores: Voor 198/5 beat Haag 197 ao by 5 wickets

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Mxyzptlk
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    Name: NG Scott
    Club: Exc20
    Batting 1st (4): 9 (17)
    Bowling 1st: DNB
    MoM?: N
    Scores: Hermes DVS 279/4 beat Exc20 278/9 by 6 wickets

    Name: T Loganathan
    Club: Exc20
    Batting 1st (8): 7 (25)
    Bowling 1st (3): 8-0-47-1
    MoM?: N
    Scores: Hermes DVS 279/4 beat Exc20 278/9 by 6 wickets

    Name: T Mamesh
    Club: Exc20
    Batting 1st (1): 0 (1) - out to Bennett
    Bowling 1st: DNB
    MoM?: N
    Scores: Hermes DVS 279/4 beat Exc20 278/9 by 6 wickets
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Mxyzptlk
    Name: RJ Dauth
    Club: Derby
    Batting 1st (3): 87 (105) - out to Blackwell
    Bowling 1st: DNB
    Batting 2nd (3): 16 (36) - out to Caddick
    Bowling 2nd: DNB
    MoM?: N
    Scores: Som 217 and 404 beat Derby 320 and 256 by 45 runs
    Blackwell and Caddick

    Argh, lost by 45 runs. Liam, if you don't mind me asking, what's the Derbys 1st XI?

    edit - New York 47 all out..

    And if Sean got Mamesh out first ball when he was batting at #1, he was opening the bowling?
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    Hmm, this has got me thinking. How does the Dev League match up when compared to the Pura Cup/County Championship?

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    Really struggling so far with the bat, but hopeful to find some form batting at four. Maybe a stint down the order?

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    happy with my start, a pair of fifties in the first Pura Cup game then my highest ever List A score in the ING Game, i think thats only my 3rd ever half centuy...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robertinho
    Hmm, this has got me thinking. How does the Dev League match up when compared to the Pura Cup/County Championship?
    Probably around the CC, I would say. The level of the best teams is quite high because there are few players and the Test/ODI players often turn out in the Dev League.

    As for me...two poor innings, good win...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Mxyzptlk
    Name: AA Cameron
    Club: Haag
    Batting 1st (7): 31* (62)
    Bowling 1st (1): 19-3-75-6
    Batting 2nd (7): 17 (81)
    Bowling 2nd (1): 16-8-35-5
    MoM?: N
    Scores: Amst 255 and 113 beat Haag 117 and 203 by 48 runs
    Wow, happy with that. Bit upset about the big fat N there, though.

    Am stoked to be batting at number 7 though, and am happy about getting Jack out for a pair
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    Only a bunch of convicts having been beaten 3-0 and gone 9 tests without a win and won just 1 in 11 against England could go into the home series saying they will win. England will win in Australia again this winter as they are a better side which they have shown this summer. 3-0 doesn't lie girls.

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    Gutted to have yet another score in the 20's and for our side to lease. I'm getting myself in and not going on with it... need to focus.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Mxyzptlk
    If I were keeping in New York this never would have happened. And they wouldn't have been allout for 47 either.
    46?
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    Name: GN Nayak
    Club: POS
    Bowling 1st (4): 10-1-77-0 (incl. a 29-run over)
    Ouch!
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