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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Wright
    Can't wait to join the Pirates.

    Should land sometime tomorrow.
    Yeah then once the hangover is gone you should be right to play in about 2 weeks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blewy
    Yeah then once the hangover is gone you should be right to play in about 2 weeks
    HAHA! My stint is only for 2 weeks!

    I'm about to head out again for a private function in Bangladesh before I head off too, so I could be in trouble!

    But I have played many times before with a hangover, infact, I think that's when I play my best, because I don't think that much about my game.
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    Looking forward to joining the Yorkshire team
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    Well im looking forward to heading to New York, Bugs and myself will be conducting Cricket clinics throughout the country in a hope to promoting the game...


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    Yep, can't wait to hit the big smoke of NY and share some good bowling partnerships with Nath Patrick.
    eep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AUST_HiTMaN
    Yep, can't wait to hit the big smoke of NY and share some good bowling partnerships with Nath Patrick.
    i got match figures of 8/not-much last game, so this should be awesome.
    Jesus saves

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    bring it on n/y
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    well done SV, you should get a nice right up in my reports for that ton, ill try and be nice

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    COUNTY CRICKET (50-over)
    Essex v Glamorgan
    Essex 219/8 (50) beat Glamorgan 211 (44.1) by 8 runs

    Tom Halsey (Essex)
    Batting spot: 6
    Scores: 2 (6)
    Bowling: 6.1-0-33-2
    How OUT: Loose swipe at wide ball - caught behind

    Worcestershire v Lanacashire
    Worcs 181/9 (38.3) beat Lancs 180 (37) by 1 wicket

    Marc71178 (Worcestershire)
    Batting spot: 5
    Scores: 37 (45)
    Bowling: 7-1-22-3
    How OUT: Missed sweep attempt - LWB to Brad Hogg

    Yorkshire v Surrey
    Surrey 187/6 (48.4) beat Yorkshire 186/9 (50) by 4 wickets

    Cloete (Yorkshire)
    Batting spot: 4
    Scores: 5 (6)
    Bowling: 5-0-26-0
    How OUT: Pulled to deep midwicket - caught

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    AMERICAN LEAGUE (50-overs)
    New York v Indiana
    Indiana 195/7 (48.1) beat New York 192 (40.1) by 3 wickets

    Nath Patrick (NY)
    Batting spot: 8
    Scores: 6 (19)
    Bowling: 8.1-0-38-1
    How OUT: Pushed to cover - run out

    Nikhil Nichani (NY) - Suspended; playing as non-international.
    Batting spot: 4
    Scores: 15 (10)
    Bowling: 6-0-27-0
    How OUT: Cut Collins straight to backward point - caught

    Bugssy (NY)
    Batting spot: 2
    Scores: 32 (32)
    Bowling: 5-0-20-1
    How OUT: Cut Steve Waught to backward point - caught

    Blewy (NY)
    Batting spot: 3
    Scores: 45 (32)
    Bowling: 5-0-14-1
    How OUT: Drove outside offstump, inside edge - caught behind

    Dave (NY)
    Batting spot: 9
    Scores: 21 (37)
    Bowling: 10-2-34-2
    How OUT: Lofted to PY at long on - caught

    Peter Young (Indiana)
    Batting spot: 2
    Scores: 0 (1)
    Bowling: 6-0-20-0
    How OUT: Edged defensive - caught behind

    Nathan Hoy (Indiana)
    Batting spot: 8
    Scores: 34 not out (62)
    Bowling: 3-0-25-0
    How OUT: Not out

    Dark Hunter (Indiana)
    Batting spot: 5
    Scores: 33 (50)
    Bowling: 6.1-0-21-2
    How OUT: Not out; DNB

    Rob Timewell (Indiana)
    Batting spot: 9
    Scores: DNB
    Bowling: 7-0-26-3
    How OUT: DNB

    Maine v Texas
    Maine 244/6 (50) beat Texas 226/7 (50) by 18 runs

    Ferd (Maine)
    Batting spot: 6
    Scores: 32 not out (33)
    Bowling: 10-1-41-1
    How OUT: Not out

    Dylan Jellett (Maine)
    Batting spot: 3
    Scores: 46 (60)
    Bowling: DNB
    How OUT: Nicked to second slip (deGroot) - caught

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    SUPER CUP (40-overs)
    Port-of-Spain v San Fernando
    Port-of-Spain 221/6 (40) beat San Fernando 197/5 (40) by 24 runs

    Xavier Rose (Port-of-Spain)
    Batting spot: 7
    Scores: 19 not out (46)
    Bowling: 6-0-23-0
    How OUT: Not out

    Bluefox (Port-of-Spain)
    Batting spot: 8
    Scores: 32 not out (41)
    Bowling: 2-0-11-1
    How OUT: Not out

    Ash Chaulk (San Fernando)
    Batting spot: 1
    Scores: 4 (9)
    Bowling: DNB
    How OUT: Skied hook shot - caught at long leg

    Mr Mxyzptlk (San Fernando)
    Batting spot: 5
    Scores: 45 not out (52)
    Bowling: 5-0-31-0
    How OUT: Not out

    Toco v Marabella
    Toco 212/2 (31.4) beat Marabella 211/6 (40) by 8 wickets

    Broncoman (Toco)
    Batting spot: 3
    Scores: 129 not out (100)
    Bowling: 7-1-34-1
    How OUT: Not out

    Samuel Vimes (Toco)
    Batting spot: 2
    Scores: 47 (42)
    Bowling: DNB
    How OUT: Pranced down the tracked vs left-arm spinner - stumped

    Busy batch of club cricket!
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    Wow!!129 of 100 out of 212 of 40 overs.
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    Never thought I'd see the day. But I MUST congratulate Simon on his magnificent debut(?) 100 in OD cricket. That's got to be his highest score. Brilliant batting 129* off 100!! And 7 overs 1-34 in his bowling as well! Well done Simon, that was awesome!

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    You guys are lucky i come so low in the order in ODs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cloete
    Never thought I'd see the day. But I MUST congratulate Simon on his magnificent debut(?) 100 in OD cricket. That's got to be his highest score. Brilliant batting 129* off 100!! And 7 overs 1-34 in his bowling as well! Well done Simon, that was awesome!
    thank you
    im pretty happy with that innings and its a timely reminder to the selectors about my 1 day ability......

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    Simon, finally got that breakthrough congrats dude.

    Was happy with my first game of American cricket. 2/34 off 10 and a healthy 21 batting down at 9. Nice knock by Blewy but it wasnt enough.

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