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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferd
    One game with Mighty Maine and already my first wicket and highest First class score.
    Except the American League and Super Cup don't have FC status. County Cricket does.
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. P
    Liam I don't think Club cricket belongs in the players association forum. It should have its own sub forum.
    Well the PA hasn't used the forum in months, so it's putting it to some use. I've pestered James a lot for forum changes lately, so I won't bother him again unless it's absolutely necessary. Not for now at least.

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    Out both times pulling.Must be a habit.Good bowling though hope i can improve on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Mxyzptlk

    SUPER CUP
    Port-of-Spain v Princes Town
    Princes Town 222 & 110/0 beat Port-of-Spain 156 & 174 by 10 wickets

    Xavier Rose (Port-of-Spain)
    Batting spot: 5
    Scores: 1 (4), 18 (35)
    Bowling: 13-5-28-2; 5-1-11-0
    How OUT: Pulled left-arm seamer to midwicket - caught; ditto

    Bluefox (Port-of-Spain)
    Batting spot: 9
    Scores: 20 (44), 4 (12)
    Bowling: 13-3-31-1; 2-0-18-0
    How OUT: Hook shot skied to long leg - caught by Tino Best; Played away from body - bowled
    Have I played a game yet? I'm sure I got offered a two week contract from the Princes.
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    kyle, u r still with the cricketweb 11 in bangladesh!

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    COUNTY CRICKET (CUP GAME - 50 OVERS)
    Essex v Northamptonshire
    Essex 275/4 (50) beat Northants 174/9 (50) by 101 runs

    Tom Halsey (Essex)
    Batting spot: 6
    Scores: 29 not out (36)
    Bowling: 9-0-29-0
    How OUT: Not out

    ---

    AMERICAN LEAGUE (50 OVERS)
    New York v Atlanta
    Atlanta 174/3 (36) beat NY 173 (40.1) by 7 wickets

    Nath Patrick (NY)
    Batting spot: 8
    Scores: 16 (33)
    Bowling: 5-0-37-0
    How OUT: Swiped at left-armer across the line - bowled

    Nikhil Nichani (NY) - Suspended; playing as non-international.
    Batting spot: 4
    Scores: 69 (62)
    Bowling: 6-0-29-1
    How OUT: Run out going back for a second run

    Indiana v Maine
    Indiana 252/6 (44.2) beat Maine 251/8 (50) by 4 wickets

    Peter Young (Indiana)
    Batting spot: 3
    Scores: 7 (7)
    Bowling: 5-0-29-0
    How OUT: Pushed to the left of backward pt, well fielded - run out

    Nathan Hoy (Indiana)
    Batting spot: 2
    Scores: 12 (24)
    Bowling: 9-0-49-2
    How OUT: Missed sweep - bowled legstump

    Dark Hunter (Indiana)
    Batting spot: 7
    Scores: 15 not out (14)
    Bowling: 10-0-41-1
    How OUT: Not out

    Ferd (Maine)
    Batting spot: 6
    Scores: 118 (106)
    Bowling: 10-0-52-1
    How OUT: Swung Steve Waugh to deep midwicket - caught by Pedro Collins

    Dylan Jellett (Maine)
    Batting spot: 3
    Scores: 77 (110)
    Bowling: DNB
    How OUT: Lobbed slower ball to Collins at midon - caught

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    SUPER CUP (40 OVERS)
    Port-of-Spain v Princes Town
    Princes Town 169/5 (40) beat Port-of-Spain 163/6 (40) by 6 runs

    Xavier Rose (Port-of-Spain)
    Batting spot: 7
    Scores: 21 (42)
    Bowling: 8-0-44-0
    How OUT: Attempted sweep against medium pacer, top edged - caught behind

    Bluefox (Port-of-Spain)
    Batting spot: 8
    Scores: 11 not out (13)
    Bowling: 5-0-19-2
    How OUT: Not out

    Toco v San Fernando
    Toco 165/5 (38.5) beat San Fernando 164/8 (40) by 5 wickets

    Broncoman (Toco)
    Batting spot: 2
    Scores: 4 (18)
    Bowling: 2-0-4-1
    How OUT: Went back to cut part-time offspinner - caught behind

    Samuel Vimes (Toco)
    Batting spot: 5
    Scores: 32 (71)
    Bowling: DNB
    How OUT: Regulation edge off fast bowler to lone slip - caught

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    wow took a little bit of stick in the 1-day game against maine, went for just over 5 an over but picked up two wickets which is a good sign for when we get on the PDV Dome ()...but, Mr M what going on with the Indiana batting order? opening :S, sweeping of the opening bowlers ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by thewizard1o1
    wow took a little bit of stick in the 1-day game against maine, went for just over 5 an over but picked up two wickets which is a good sign for when we get on the PDV Dome ()...but, Mr M what going on with the Indiana batting order? opening :S, sweeping of the opening bowlers ...
    Just an experiment pinch-hitting. You were bowled by a spinner - 1st change.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Mxyzptlk
    COUNTY CRICKET (CUP GAME - 50 OVERS)
    Essex v Northamptonshire
    Essex 275/4 (50) beat Northants 174/9 (50) by 101 runs

    Tom Halsey (Essex)
    Batting spot: 6
    Scores: 29 not out (36)
    Bowling: 9-0-29-0
    How OUT: Not out

    ---

    AMERICAN LEAGUE (50 OVERS)
    New York v Atlanta
    Atlanta 174/3 (36) beat NY 173 (40.1) by 7 wickets

    Nath Patrick (NY)
    Batting spot: 8
    Scores: 16 (33)
    Bowling: 5-0-37-0
    How OUT: Swiped at left-armer across the line - bowled

    Nikhil Nichani (NY) - Suspended; playing as non-international.
    Batting spot: 4
    Scores: 69 (62)
    Bowling: 6-0-29-1
    How OUT: Run out going back for a second run

    Indiana v Maine
    Indiana 252/6 (44.2) beat Maine 251/8 (50) by 4 wickets

    Peter Young (Indiana)
    Batting spot: 3
    Scores: 7 (7)
    Bowling: 5-0-29-0
    How OUT: Pushed to the left of backward pt, well fielded - run out

    Nathan Hoy (Indiana)
    Batting spot: 2
    Scores: 12 (24)
    Bowling: 9-0-49-2
    How OUT: Missed sweep - bowled legstump

    Dark Hunter (Indiana)
    Batting spot: 7
    Scores: 15 not out (14)
    Bowling: 10-0-41-1
    How OUT: Not out

    Ferd (Maine)
    Batting spot: 6
    Scores: 118 (106)
    Bowling: 10-0-52-1
    How OUT: Swung Steve Waugh to deep midwicket - caught by Pedro Collins

    Dylan Jellett (Maine)
    Batting spot: 3
    Scores: 77 (110)
    Bowling: DNB
    How OUT: Lobbed slower ball to Collins at midon - caught

    ---

    SUPER CUP (40 OVERS)
    Port-of-Spain v Princes Town
    Princes Town 169/5 (40) beat Port-of-Spain 163/6 (40) by 6 runs

    Xavier Rose (Port-of-Spain)
    Batting spot: 7
    Scores: 21 (42)
    Bowling: 8-0-44-0
    How OUT: Attempted sweep against medium pacer, top edged - caught behind

    Bluefox (Port-of-Spain)
    Batting spot: 8
    Scores: 11 not out (13)
    Bowling: 5-0-19-2
    How OUT: Not out

    Toco v San Fernando
    Toco 165/5 (38.5) beat San Fernando 164/8 (40) by 5 wickets

    Broncoman (Toco)
    Batting spot: 2
    Scores: 4 (18)
    Bowling: 2-0-4-1
    How OUT: Went back to cut part-time offspinner - caught behind

    Samuel Vimes (Toco)
    Batting spot: 5
    Scores: 32 (71)
    Bowling: DNB
    How OUT: Regulation edge off fast bowler to lone slip - caught
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    ahh ok just didn't think i would have lasted long enough to see the 1st change bowlers

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    damn im an ordinary 1 day batsman, hopefully i get something out of playing in this league, although 1/4 off 2 overs is mighty impressive, maybe the worlds next great all rounder

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Mxyzptlk
    Are you not the same Cloete who captained the CW XI recently? Can't be in two places at once.
    toooooooooooooooooooooooooold!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nnanden
    toooooooooooooooooooooooooold!!
    im sure hes copped enough for now....

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    Quote Originally Posted by broncoman
    kyle, u r still with the cricketweb 11 in bangladesh!
    LOL! I'm an idiot!

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    no, you're just ignorant

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