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    Woo, an MOM in a OD watch, wonders never cease

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robertinho View Post
    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.
    16 fours and 6 sixes. 3 consecutive sixes off Ryan Watkins.
    Sreesanth said, "Next ball he was beaten and I said, 'is this the King Charles Lara? Who is this impostor, moving around nervously? I should have kept my mouth shut for the next ball - mind you, it was a length ball - Lara just pulled it over the church beyond the boundary! He is a true legend."


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    Haha, crazy stuff, 100 runs from boundaries. Next batch of results on their way, or a bit later?
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    All game simmed, but I'm too lazy to type results right now. Soon...


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    Essex v Glamorgan
    Essex 291 ao and 353-4 beat Glamorgan 346 ao and 294 ao by 6 wickets
    Man of the Match: A Nel (Essex)

    Essex
    DM Kennett
    1st Bat (9): 0 (2)
    1st Bowl (2): 23-6-79-0
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat: DNB
    2nd Bowl (2): 25-3-84-3 (Croft, Wharf)
    2nd Catch/Stump: 1/0

    NS Pickup
    1st Bat (11): 0 (1) (Croft)
    1st Bowl (4): 21-8-65-1
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat: DNB
    2nd Bowl (4): 11-2-34-1
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0

    Notable: RR Sarwan 4 and 2; RDB Croft 62* and 41, 2-49 and 1-67; GW Flower 23 and 26; RS Bopara 18 and 124*; JS Foster 81* and 42; D Gough 35, 2-20 and 3-22; A Nel 2, 6-155 and 3-125.
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    Yorkshire v Durham
    Yorkshire 378 ao and 319-8 beat 368 ao and 328 ao by 2 wickets
    Man of the Match: A Rashid (Yorkshire)

    Yorkshire
    H Mørk
    1st Bat (1): 11 (16)
    1st Bowl: DNB
    1st Catch/Stump: 1/0
    2nd Bat (1): 48 (79) (OD Gibson)
    2nd Bowl: DNB
    2nd Catch/Stump: 1/0

    Durham
    MJ Robbins
    1st Bat (4): 9 (11)
    1st Bowl (6): 5-0-18-0
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat (4): 78 (125) (Bresnan)
    2nd Bowl (6): 10-4-26-0
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0

    Notable: GR Breese 15 and 9, 4-93 and 2-66; OD Gibson 48 and 33*, 0-49 and 1-40; LE Plunkett 38 and 21, 2-81 and 3-69; Younis Khan 56 and 84; A McGrath 119 and 9; A Rashid 4 and 7, 3-62 and 4-85; TT Bresnan 22* and 39*, 0-50 and 3-61.
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    Somerset v Derbyshire
    Somerset 218 ao and 435 ao beat Derbyshire 334 ao and 177 ao by 142 runs
    Man of the Match: ID Blackwell (Somerset)

    Derbyshire
    RJ Dauth
    1st Bat (3): 53 (80) (Caddick)
    1st Bowl: DNB
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat (3): 18 (30) (Caddick)
    2nd Bowl: DNB
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0

    Notable: AB de Villiers 4 and 8; RG Taylor 38 and 31; ID Blackwell 12 and 171, 1-29 and 2-30; AR Caddick 0 and 7, 2-97 and 3-28; IK Pathan 55 and 22, 4-64 and 1-71.
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    Lancashire v Surrey
    Lancashire 488-5 dec. beat Surrey 111 ao and 314 ao by an innings and 63 runs
    Man of the Match: G Keedy (Lancs)

    Lancashire
    T Mamesh
    1st Bat (1): 92 (145) (Salisbury)
    1st Bowl: DNB
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat: DNB
    2nd Bowl: DNB
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0

    DP Richards
    1st Bat: DNB
    1st Bowl (5): 11-5-24-4 (Ramprakash, Salisbury)
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat: DNB
    2nd Bowl (5): 20-4-63-0
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0

    Notable: SG Law 133*; MR Ramprakash 15 and 12; MA Butcher 12 and 0; IDK Salisbury 2 and 16, 1-79; G Keedy 5-35 and 3-65.

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    Cheers Liam. Pretty disappointed with the loss and 2 more starts that I couldn't go on with. Thamba starting to find his feet, too, with another 50.

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    Surrey fans are crying tonight! Great performance and well bowled to my spin buddy Keeds. Happy with my first innings bowling but let myself down in the second. Good knock from Mamesh

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    Stats updated.

    Another couple of meh games - at least we're winning (surprisingly enough )
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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel_Vimes View Post
    Stats updated.

    Another couple of meh games - at least we're winning (surprisingly enough )
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    Hampshire v Essex
    Essex 293 ao (40) beat Hampshire 250-9 (40) by 43 runs
    Man of the Match: RC Irani (Essex)

    Essex
    DM Kennett
    1st Bat (9): 4 (7) (Ervine)
    1st Bowl (2): 8-1-57-1 (Ervine)
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0

    NS Pickup
    1st Bat (11): 11* (13)
    1st Bowl (4): 8-1-28-1 (Crawley)
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0

    Notable: RC Irani 111 (89); GW Flower 39 (42); D Gough 14* (13), 2-60 (8); A Nel 16 (12), 2-48 (8); SM Ervine 9 (5), 2-19 (3); SK Warne 0 (3), 0-43 (6); CT Tremlett 22 (18), 1-61 (8).
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    Yorkshire v Middlesex
    Middlesex 184-1 (37) beat Yorkshire 181-9 (40) by 9 wickets
    Man of the Match: NRD Compton (Middlesex)

    Yorkshire
    H Mørk
    1st Bat (7): 35 (28) (Vaas)
    1st Bowl: DNB
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/1

    Notable: Younis Khan 46 (57); A McGrath 2 (23); TT Bresnan 11* (10), 0-40 (7); NRD Compton 115* (104); JWM Dalrymple 1-42 (8); WPUJC Vaas 2-46 (8).
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    Surrey v Durham
    Surrey 310-4 (40) beat Durham 192-4 (40) by 118 runs
    Man of the Match: SA Newman (Surrey)

    Durham
    MJ Robbins
    1st Bat (4): 65* (78)
    1st Bowl (6): 6-0-61-0
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0

    Notable: OD Gibson 1-45 (7); GR Breese 0-55 (6); SA Newman 99 (81); MR Ramprakash 3 (11); MA Butcher 51 (50); JGE Benning 55* (29).
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    Derbyshire v Kent
    Derbyshire 332-6 (40) beat Kent 238-4 (40) by 94 runs
    Man of the Match: CR Taylor (Derbyshire)

    Derbyshire
    RJ Dauth
    1st Bat (4): 14 (7) (A Khan)
    1st Bowl: DNB
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0

    Notable: CR Taylor 131 (101); IK Pathan 42 (27), 0-46 (8); AJ Hall 10 (12), 1-64 (8).
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    Gloucestershire v Lancashire
    Gloucestershire 208-9 (40) beat Lancashire 206 ao (39) by 1 wicket
    Man of the Match: J Lewis (Gloucs)

    Lancashire
    T Mamesh
    1st Bat (1): 46 (53) (TL Best)
    1st Bowl: DNB
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0

    DP Richards
    1st Bat (9): 8 (6)
    1st Bowl (5): 8-1-32-0
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0

    Notable: MB Loye 10 (8); SG Law 38 (55); JM Anderson 38* (26), 0-42 (8); Kadeer Ali 0 (9); TL Best 20 (21), 2-26 (7); J Lewis 29* (14), 4-50 (7).

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    Geez, massive win for Derbyshire there! Gutted to have missed out on the runfest, and I'm happy to blame it on my move down to #4 Who took my spot, Liam? Please don't say Taylor, haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robertinho View Post
    Geez, massive win for Derbyshire there! Gutted to have missed out on the runfest, and I'm happy to blame it on my move down to #4 Who took my spot, Liam? Please don't say Taylor, haha.
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