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    happy with my tonne, can not believe we got down after a first innings of 461. camps unlucky not to get the man of the match a tonne and 5 wickets.
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    Stats update?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clapo View Post
    Whilst scoring 74 is good stuff, more wickets would be preferable, no? (i'm in the same boat when it cames to the longer version of the game tbh)
    The lad has 22 wickets @ 19 with a wicket every 6 overs or so. Cut him some slack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel_Vimes View Post
    The lad has 22 wickets @ 19 with a wicket every 6 overs or so. Cut him some slack.

    Jaso: Done. (I might actually update the stats without telling people.) Twice because I found something wrong in Raghav's stats (please check, guys. My entry method isn't infallible.)
    Mmmm, i realised he had a fair few, just thought it seemed funny focusing more on batting than his bowling, that's all
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clapo View Post
    Mmmm, i realised he had a fair few, just thought it seemed funny focusing more on batting than his bowling, that's all
    Ever heard Glenn McGrath after he's reached double digits?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clapo View Post
    Mmmm, i realised he had a fair few, just thought it seemed funny focusing more on batting than his bowling, that's all
    mate, I take my bowling more seriously than my batting. Because I am bowling pretty well in this off season, I dont have worries about it. It was real joy for me as my batting also clicked with a great 74 .. wow that was unbelievable...

    Samules was right on saying Mcgrath feels happy on scoring double digit scores . me too feel the same as I rarely score double digit scores..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dizzy #4 View Post
    Stats update?
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    Wednesday 17th October

    Thunderbirds v Flashes
    Flashes 231-2 (43.5) beat Thunderbirds 227-7 (50) by 8 wickets
    Man of the Match: AJ Crampton (Flashes)

    Thunderbirds
    LA Camps
    1st Bat (1): 5 (8) (Reddlapalli)
    1st Bowl (6): 6-0-44-0
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0

    R Malone
    1st Bat (5): 4 (9)
    1st Bowl (5): 5-0-20-0
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0

    DA Kearsley
    1st Bat (4): 38 (33) (Pares)
    1st Bowl: DNB
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0

    CR Dwyer
    1st Bat (6): 68* (78)
    1st Bowl (4): 7-0-41-1 (JC Adams)
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0

    MT Mitchell
    1st Bat: DNB
    1st Bowl (3): 7-0-29-0
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0

    Flashes
    AJ Crampton
    1st Bat (4): 114* (90)
    1st Bowl: DNB
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0

    M Reddlapalli
    1st Bat: DNB
    1st Bowl (2): 10-2-33-2 (Mashrafe Mortaza)
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0

    DW Pares
    1st Bat: DNB
    1st Bowl (4): 10-0-50-1 (Kearsley)
    1st Catch/Stump: 1/0
    ____________________

    Porters v Medusas
    Medusas 286-6 (46.2) beat Porters 284-7 (50) by 4 wickets
    Man of the Match: RS Lochan (Medusas)

    Medusas
    MD Luff
    1st Bat (1): 17 (21) (Dunn)
    1st Bowl: DNB
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0

    SV Raghav
    1st Bat: DNB
    1st Bowl (3): 10-0-79-1 (KA Pollard_
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0

    Porters
    GKK Dobson
    1st Bat (2): 51 (53)
    1st Bowl: DNB
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0

    GN Nayak
    1st Bat (7): 89 (68) (R Rampaul)
    1st Bowl (2): 6-0-29-3 (DR Smith, KA Edwards, RL Powell)
    1st Catch/Stump: 1/0

    ZJ Ritchie
    1st Bat (5): 29 (54) (run out)
    1st Bowl (7): 3-0-10-0
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0

    RG Dunn
    1st Bat: DNB
    1st Bowl (2): 8-0-37-1 (Luff)
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    ____________________

    Maroons v Bandits
    Maroons 298-6 (50) beat Bandits 289-4 (50) by 9 runs
    Man of the Match: PA Wallace (Maroons)

    Bandits
    S Jasotharan
    1st Bat (2): 98 (102) (R Kelly)
    1st Bowl: DNB
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0

    S Young
    1st Bat: DNB
    1st Bowl (5): 10-0-67-0
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0

    Kexing Su
    1st Bat: DNB
    1st Bowl (1): 10-0-60-1 (S Ragoonath)
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0

    Maroons
    DY Dubb-Lynch
    1st Bat (5): 15 (25) (M Persad)
    1st Bowl: DNB
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0

    BC Donald
    1st Bat (6): 4 (5) (M Persad)
    1st Bowl (4): 10-0-76-0
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0

    HT Davis
    1st Bat: DNB
    1st Bowl (1): 10-1-62-2 (PA Wallace)
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
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    Towers v Pirates
    Towers 236-5 (44.3) beat Pirates 231-4 (50) by 5 wickets
    Man of the Match: D Ganga (Towers)

    Towers
    AR Arnold
    1st Bat (1): 51 (70)
    1st Bowl (7): 4-0-26-1 (Cribb)
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0

    DG Speirs
    1st Bat (6): 55 (53)
    1st Bowl (5): 8-1-23-0
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0

    T Bochat
    1st Bat: DNB
    1st Bowl (1): 6-0-32-1 (SC Williams)
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0

    Pirates
    BS Read
    1st Bat (4): 33 (46)
    1st Bowl: DNB
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0

    RGEWS Cribb
    1st Bat (2): 81 (100) (Arnold)
    1st Bowl (7): 4-2-21-0
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
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    Very, very average.

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    Crampton on a role here, but was good picking up 2 wickets with decent economy.
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    Quite pleased with my individual performance...

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    sorry guys, terrible performance by me.

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    Thursday 18th October

    Medusas v Thunderbirds
    Thunderbirds 329 and 157-6 beat Meduas 278 and 207 by 4 wickets
    Man of the Match: Mashrafe Mortaza (SF)

    Thunderbirds
    LA Camps
    1st Bat (1): 48 (65) (Raghav)
    1st Bowl (5): 18-4-53-4 (KA Edwards, RL Powell)
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat (1): 14 (28)
    2nd Bowl (5): 7-0-28-2 (Luff, RL Powell)
    2nd Catch/Stump: 2/0

    R Malone
    1st Bat (2): 8 (15) (R Rampaul)
    1st Bowl: DNB
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat (2): 8 (18)
    2nd Bowl: DNB
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0

    DA Kearsley
    1st Bat (4): 16 (27) (Raghav)
    1st Bowl: DNB
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat (4): 3 (16) (Raghav)
    2nd Bowl: DNB
    2nd Catch/Stump: 1/0

    CR Dwyer
    1st Bat (6): 94 (157) (DR Smith)
    1st Bowl (4): 7-0-27-0
    1st Catch/Stump: 1/0
    2nd Bat (6): 54* (123)
    2nd Bowl (4): 5-2-10-0
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0

    MT Mitchell
    1st Bat (11): 4* (10)
    1st Bowl (3): 30-10-103-4 (Luff, DR Smith, KH Hibbert, Raghav)
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat (11): DNB
    2nd Bowl (3): 11-1-44-1 (KA Edwards)
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0

    Medusas
    MD Luff
    1st Bat (1): 73 (164) (Mitchell)
    1st Bowl: DNB
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat (1): 58 (98) (Camps)
    2nd Bowl: DNB
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0

    SV Raghav
    1st Bat (9): 4 (6) (Mitchell)
    1st Bowl (3): 15-2-63-4 (Camps, Kearsley, DJ Bravo, Mashrafe Mortaza)
    1st Catch/Stump: 1/0
    2nd Bat (9): 2 (20)
    2nd Bowl (3): 12-4-32-2 (Kearsley, DJ Bravo)
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0
    ____________________

    Flashes v Porters
    Flashes 473 and 229 draw Porters 485 and 63-1
    Man of the Match: JC Adams (Flashes)

    Flashes
    AJ Crampton
    1st Bat (4): 60 (141) (run out)
    1st Bowl: DNB
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat (4): 5 (10) (RNE Lewis)
    2nd Bowl: DNB
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0

    M Reddlapalli
    1st Bat (6): 27 (41) (Dunn)
    1st Bowl (3): 30-7-109-1 (KA Pollard)
    1st Catch/Stump: 2/0
    2nd Bat (6): 3 (16) (DJJ Bravo)
    2nd Bowl (2): 9-4-26-1 (Dobson)
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0

    DW Pares
    1st Bat (9): 19 (70) (DJJ Bravo)
    1st Bowl (2): 36-11-102-2 (LMP Simmons, G Mohammed)
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat (9): 34 (82) (Dunn)
    2nd Bowl (3): 3-0-16-0
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0

    Porters
    GKK Dobson
    1st Bat (2): 127 (214)
    1st Bowl: DNB
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat (2): 25 (46) (Reddlapalli)
    2nd Bowl: DNB
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0

    GN Nayak
    1st Bat (7): 88* (194)
    1st Bowl (2): 25-4-80-1 (JC Adams)
    1st Catch/Stump: 1/0
    2nd Bat: DNB
    2nd Bowl (2): 24-6-70-3 (Adams)
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0

    ZJ Ritchie
    1st Bat (3): 17 (32)
    1st Bowl (4): 26-7-65-0
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat (3): 0* (5)
    2nd Bowl (4): 11-5-22-1
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0

    RG Dunn
    1st Bat (11): 8 (47)
    1st Bowl (1): 25-7-62-3 (Reddlapalli)
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat: DNB
    2nd Bowl (1): 26-11-40-3 (SL Campbell, Pares)
    2nd Catch/Stump: 1/0
    ____________________

    Bandits v Towers
    Bandits 325 and 60-1 beat Towers 172 and 211 by 9 wickets
    Man of the Match: S Jasotharan (Bandits)

    Bandits
    S Jasotharan
    1st Bat (4): 63 (110)
    1st Bowl: DNB
    1st Catch/Stump: 4/1
    2nd Bat: DNB
    2nd Bowl: DNB
    2nd Catch/Stump: 2/1

    S Young
    1st Bat (10): 2* (12)
    1st Bowl (5): 12-0-53-4 (D Ramdin, M Dillon)
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat: DNB
    2nd Bowl (5): 4-0-13-0
    2nd Catch/Stump: 1/0

    Kexing Su
    1st Bat (11): 2 (4) (Bochat)
    1st Bowl (1): 16-5-32-1 (W Perkins)
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat: DNB
    2nd Bowl (1): 11-5-30-0
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0

    Towers
    AR Arnold
    1st Bat (3): 32 (80) (A Jaggernauth)
    1st Bowl: DNB
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat (3): 15 (8) (RR Emrit)
    2nd Bowl: DNB
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0

    DG Speirs
    1st Bat (5): 10 (13) (Jaggernauth)
    1st Bowl (4): 20-5-73-5 (Jasotharan, S Babwah, Emrit, Jaggernauth)
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat (5): 6 (35) (M Persad)
    2nd Bowl: DNB
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0

    T Bochat
    1st Bat (11): 13* (16)
    1st Bowl (1): 28-9-90-5 (PA Wallace, Persad, Kexing Su)
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat (11): 3 (12) (Emrit)
    2nd Bowl (1): 8-2-28-0
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0
    ____________________

    Pirates v Maroons
    Maroons 194 and 341 beat Pirates 287 and 225 by 23 runs
    Man of the Match: S Ragoonath (Maroons)

    Maroons
    DY Dubb-Lynch
    1st Bat (3): 18 (37) (D Moahmmed)
    1st Bowl: DNB
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat (3): 8 (20)
    2nd Bowl: DNB
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0

    BC Donald
    1st Bat (6): 17 (43)
    1st Bowl (4): 11-2-34-1 (SC Williams)
    1st Catch/Stump: 1/0
    2nd Bat (6): 4 (11)
    2nd Bowl (4): 14-2-54-3 (Williams, A Barath, S Ganga)
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0

    HT Davis
    1st Bat (10): 19 (39)
    1st Bowl (1): 24-6-75-1 (J Mohammed)
    1st Catch/Stump: 1/0
    2nd Bat (10): 8 (22)
    2nd Bowl (1): 22-7-53-1 (Cribb)
    2nd Catch/Stump: 0/0

    Pirates
    BS Read
    1st Bat (5): 33 (74)
    1st Bowl: DNB
    1st Catch/Stump: 3/0
    2nd Bat (5): 8 (23)
    2nd Bowl: DNB
    2nd Catch/Stump: 3/0

    RGEWS Cribb
    1st Bat (2): 17 (36)
    1st Bowl (4): 15-5-24-0
    1st Catch/Stump: 0/0
    2nd Bat (2): 21 (49) (Davis)
    2nd Bowl (4): 24-3-77-1 (NI Chan)
    2nd Catch/Stump: 1/0

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    Another poor performance personally.

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