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    Glad to start off with a battling knock - this could be a good season - if we've 16 games, should be well over 1000 runs I hope.
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    Kept well to young Rashid I hear

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    Disappointed not to have won that match, but pleased with my own personal performance, a good start.
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    Very nice start for Lancs, nice to get to an early win. Hopefully i can learn a lot batting with Staurt Law.
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    and just to be picky it's the Pura Cup not Sheffield Shield
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    Essex v Lancashire
    Lancashire 206-7 (38) beat Essex 205-7 (40) by 3 wickets
    Man of the Match: DP Richards (Lancs)

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    1st Bat (9): 9* (9)
    1st Bowl (2): 8-0-59-1 (Mamesh)
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0

    NS Pickup
    1st Bat: DNB
    1st Bowl (4): 8-0-42-1
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0

    Lancashire
    T Mamesh
    1st Bat (1): 19 (13) (Kennett)
    1st Bowl: DNB
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0

    DP Richards
    1st Bat (9): 43* (70)
    1st Bowl (5): 8-0-56-1 (JS Foster)
    1st Catch/Stump: 1/0

    Notable: RC Irani 2 (2); GW Flower 10 (20); D Gough 28* (17), 1-24 (7); A Nel 1-39 (6); DG Cork 12 (14), 3-45 (8); SG Law 23 (20); JM Anderson 12* (3), 1-28 (8).
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    Yorkshire v Somerset
    Yorkshire 233-8 (40) beat Somerset 216-6 (40) by 17 runs
    Man of the Match: AB de Villiers (Somerset)

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    1st Bat (7): 24 (31)
    1st Bowl: DNB
    1st Catch/Stump: 1/0

    Notable: Younis Khan 16 (19); A McGrath 38 (33), 1-52 (8); TT Bresnan 0 (1), 3-32 (8); AB de Villiers 107* (111); RG Taylor 10 (17); AR Caddick 0-37 (7); CM Willoughby 2-31 (7).
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    Durham v Middlesex
    Middlesex 277-3 (40) beat Durham 267-4 (40) by 10 runs
    Man of the Match: NRD Compton (Middlesex)

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    1st Bat (4): 82* (92)
    1st Bowl (6): 4-0-35-1 (OA Shah)
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0

    Notable: OA Shah 79 (88); ET Smith 25* (27); WPUJC Vaas 1-64 (8); JWM Dalrymple 1-65 (8); OD Gibson 0-69 (8); GR Breese 0-41 (7).
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    Derbyshire v Glamorgan
    Derbyshire 226-9 (32) beat Glamorgan 224-5 (40) by 1 wicket
    Man of the Match: RJ Dauth (Derbyshire)

    Derbyshire
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    1st Bat (4): 146* (89)
    1st Bowl: DNB
    1st Catch/Stump: 2/0

    Notable: RDB Croft 46 (77), 1-44 (7); RR Sarwan 70* (63); IK Pathan 4 (6), 2-52 (8).
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    Massive innings by Dauth, there.



    Liam, when you give the notable performances can you include the MOTM ones as well? I.E. what did Compton do to deserve it?
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    He scored 179 at way more than a run-a-ball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Mxyzptlk View Post
    He scored 179 at way more than a run-a-ball.
    dunno if he deserved it then...

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    Haha far out, thrilling 1 wicket victory there. Pretty happy with that, went nuts. How many boundaries did I hit, Liam?

    Also some solid stuff from Marc and Dav.
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    More runs in that knock than I got last season (or near enough!)

    And my bowling goes to pieces at the same time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clapo View Post
    and just to be picky it's the Pura Cup not Sheffield Shield
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    @ the Rob knock. Only in England.

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