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    Haha far out, Hakon's incredible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel_Vimes View Post
    A fantastically well-timed declaration. That's 1,001 runs in the county season for me. 15 more than Young, too.

    Oh, and a win.
    Just you wait.

    How many innings? Congratulations, good to see CWXI players performing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PY View Post
    Just you wait.

    How many innings? Congratulations, good to see CWXI players performing.
    19 for me, 15 for you.

    I think I'll have to be grand and concede that you've had the better season when given the chance. At this rate I'll have to find a new county. (Or get in based on the EEC passport rule...)
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    Durham v Sussex
    Sussex 557-6 dec. beat Durh 260 ao and 174 ao by an innings and 123 runs
    Man of the Match: Naved-ul-Hasan (Sussex)

    Durham
    MJ Robbins
    1st Bat (4): 52 (128) (Naved-ul-Hasan)
    1st Bowl (5): 21-4-62-0
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat (4): 52 (127) (Mushtaq Ahmed)
    2nd Bowl: DNB
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0
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    Lancashire v Warwickshire
    Lancs 393 ao and 258 ao draw Warw 533 ao and 22-0
    Man of the Match: AGR Loudon (Warw)

    Lancashire
    T Mamesh
    1st Bat (2): 30 (92) (Loudon)
    1st Bowl: DNB
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat (2): 60 (121)
    2nd Bowl: DNB
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0

    DP Richards
    1st Bat (9): 37 (54) (Loudon)
    1st Bowl (5): 28-9-73-1 (Gibbs)
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat (9): 23 (34) (Loudon)
    2nd Bowl: DNB
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0
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    Yorkshire v Worcestershire
    Worcs 612-4 dec. and 244-4 draw Yorks 638-2 dec.
    Man of the Match: PE Young (Yorks)

    Yorkshire
    PE Young
    1st Bat (1): 272 (426) (Batty)
    1st Bowl: DNB
    1st Catch/Stump: 1/0
    2nd Bat: DNB
    2nd Bowl: DNB
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0

    H Mørk
    1st Bat (2): 185 (293) (Price)
    1st Bowl: DNB
    1st Catch/Stump: 1/0
    2nd Bat: DNB
    2nd Bowl: DNB
    2nd Catch/Stump: 2/0
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    Derbyshire v Essex
    Essex 338 ao and 278 ao beat Derby 315 ao and 224 ao by 75 runs
    Man of the Match: JS Foster (Essex)

    Derbyshire
    DP Smith
    1st Bat (2): 38 (74) (Pickup)
    1st Bowl (6): 16-1-71-1
    1st Catch/Stump: 1/0
    2nd Bat (2): 93 (158)
    2nd Bowl (6): 12-1-38-1 (RS Bopara)
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0

    DA Kearsley
    1st Bat (3): 0 (3) (Pickup)
    1st Bowl (7): 8-2-25-0
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat (3): 9 (8) (Kennett)
    2nd Bowl (7): 14-3-37-2 (Kennett, Gough)
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0

    Essex
    DM Kennett
    1st Bat (9): 6 (17)
    1st Bowl (2): 24-7-55-4 (Harvey)
    1st Catch/Stump: 1/0
    2nd Bat (9): 7 (21)
    2nd Bowl (2): 11-1-35-2 (Kearsley)
    2nd Catch/Stump: 2/0

    NS Pickup
    1st Bat (11): 0 (5)
    1st Bowl (4): 18-5-59-4 (Smith, Kearsley)
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat (11): 19 (42)
    2nd Bowl (4): 15-3-56-2 (Smith)
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0
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    Hahahaah take that Morkles.

    Awesome partnership, well done!

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    Hakon - don't forget Pete qualifies as English, so you're the only overseas - and I'm not convinved that you count as that either; none of the Norwayans in the Premiership do after all... Can we know the partnership details, Liam? Must have been nigh-on 400!

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    'Twas a ridiculous pitch btw. Moore score 284 not out and Solanki got 137 for Worcs. Not to belittle the achievements...

    Partnership of 408 for the first wicket.
    Then Craig White joined Pete and they added a further 167.

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    Well done Pete and Hakon.

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    Glad I wasn't bowling against Pete and Håkon.

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    Wow some impressive performances Mork and Pete. Pretty happy with my form, but it would be nice if Lancs were winning more matches. Also well done to Dave on your 2nd FC hundred (i think).
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    Dammit Pickup, why'd you go and get me out in the 90's?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel_Vimes View Post
    19 for me, 15 for you.

    I think I'll have to be grand and concede that you've had the better season when given the chance. At this rate I'll have to find a new county. (Or get in based on the EEC passport rule...)
    Just having a peek at that, I'm having an extremely pleasing offseason. Happy to be back in the runs after a terrible Dev League season (for the most part).

    Just working it out, including the A games my offseason in FC has been (obviously not including the stint for Laventille):
    715 @ 47.66, 5 50's, 1 100. HS: 103*
    11 wickets @ 35.90 BB: 2/35

    I've barely played any List-A, but in my one game made an unbeaten cenutry (103* from 110) and took 1/39 from 8. Extremely happy with the whole offseason so far, though those stats pale in comparison to Youngy and Mork.
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    Kent v Durham
    Durham 386 ao and 458 ao draw Kent 416 ao and 16-0
    Man of the Match: GR Breese (Durham)

    Durham
    MJ Robbins
    1st Bat (4): 109 (202)
    1st Bowl (5): 8-2-28-0
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat (4): 51 (65)
    2nd Bowl: DNB
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0
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    Surrey v Lancashire
    Lancs 589 ao and 108-3 beat Surrey 332 ao and 361 ao (f/o) by 7 wickets
    Man of the Match: DP Richards

    Lancashire
    T Mamesh
    1st Bat (2): 32 (74) (Salisbury)
    1st Bowl: DNB
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat (2): 41* (60)
    2nd Bowl: DNB
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0

    DP Richards
    1st Bat (6): 84 (120)
    1st Bowl (5): 19-5-59-4 (Ramprakash, Butcher)
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat: DNB
    2nd Bowl (4): 25-4-72-2 (Butcher, Salisbury)
    2nd Catch/Stump: 2/0
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    Sussex v Yorkshire
    Yorks 351 ao and 350-7 dec. draw Sussex 224 ao and 413-5
    Man of the Match: CJ Adams (Sussex)

    Yorkshire
    PE Young
    1st Bat (1): 100 (178)
    1st Bowl: DNB
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat (1): 6 (5) (Naved-ul-Hasan)
    2nd Bowl: DNB
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0

    H Mørk
    1st Bat (2): 22 (35)
    1st Bowl: DNB
    1st Catch/Stump: 2/0
    2nd Bat (2): 26 (37) (Kirtley)
    2nd Bowl: DNB
    2nd Catch/Stump: 2/1
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    Derbyshire v Nottinghamshire
    Derby 376 ao and 143-3 beat Notts 205 ao and 313 ao (f/o) by 7 wckets
    Man of the Match: SD Stubbings (Derby)

    Derbyshire
    DP Smith
    1st Bat (2): 32 (53)
    1st Bowl (6): 10-2-49-1 (SR Patel)
    1st Catch/Stump: 1/0
    2nd Bat (2): 62 (101) (Ealham)
    2nd Bowl (6): 10-2-30-1 (SR Patel)
    2nd Catch/Stump: 1/0

    DA Kearsley
    1st Bat (3): 47 (84)
    1st Bowl: DNB
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat (3): 8* (35)
    2nd Bowl (7): 6-3-11-0
    2nd Catch/Stump: 1/0
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    Essex v Somerset
    Essex 468 ao and 64-0 beat Somerset 248 ao and 281 ao by 10 wickets
    Man of the Match: JS Foster (Essex)

    Essex
    DM Kennett
    1st Bat (9): 11 (22)
    1st Bowl (2): 16-3-42-3 (Caddick)
    1st Catch/Stump: 1/0
    2nd Bat: DNB
    2nd Bowl (2): 15-5-41-0
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0

    NS Pickup
    1st Bat (11): 8* (14)
    1st Bowl (4): 13-4-26-1
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat: DNB
    2nd Bowl (4): 15-1-55-2 (Caddick, Willougby)
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0

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    Not too bad. How many games are there left in each form, Liam? I wouldn't mind an FC century before I leave England.

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