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    oh dear thts rubbish
    yet again arnie's put in a great performance, but they were way too strong for our bowlers it seems - maybe on a more bowler friendly pitch we can challenge them next time

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    A decent performance from all the batsmen with Arnie leading the way. Bowling went missing, but im sure they will learn from that performance in the next match and during their FC careers.
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    Wow.

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    Disappointing to lose that match. Fairly happy with my batting performance but the bowling left a lot to be desired. Arnold continues to impress.
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    CW U19s v SA U19s

    1. MD Luff
    2. M Hopgood
    3. AS Sharma (wk)
    4. CR McMeekin
    5. CR Dwyer [6]
    6. M Reddlapalli [6]
    7. BC Donald [4] (c)
    8. DPW Pares [1]
    9. JNE Forner [3]
    10. GM Roberts [5]
    11. EAP McNamara [2]

    Squad rotation continues. Could Manju and Dwyer get a decent bowl after the main five's intial spells.

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    YES!!!

    Haha Dwyer also makes it, goodluck fellaz.
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    SA U19s v CW U19s

    J Moss
    P Connelly (c)
    J Garrett
    CR Knight
    T Davey (wk)
    T Pascoe
    P Bock
    E Laubscher
    C Montgomery
    K Pascoe
    J Draper

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    unlucky guys well batted arnold top knock mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by alternative View Post
    YES!!!

    Haha Dwyer also makes it, goodluck fellaz.
    Can see a huge partnership between us in the upcoming game. Could even get into double figures.
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    What's with all the sixes? Must have been a pretty short boundary rope.

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    49 & 43. Happy with that.

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    *bump*

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    So....What's happening here then?
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    Rain.

    Will get the match done soonish.
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    South Australia Under-19s vs Cricket Web Under-19s
    at Adelaide Oval No 2

    Scorecard
    Ball By Ball

    The hosts gritted out a seven-wicket win after the Webheads failed to exploit good conditions, and only too late realised their predicament. Harmless bowling didn't help matters, as the part-timers nearly saved the team towards the end of the game.

    After batting first, the tourists crashed inexplicably to 184, with Reddlapalli's one-hour 30 the longest innings. Josh Draper feasted, bowling good line and length. However, only the wicket of Luff was truly earned, the opening batsman bamboozled by a yorker; the remainder played feeble shots to relatively innocuous deliveries, the likes of which would not be good enough to get out hosting batsmen later. Nevertheless, Draper celebrated figures of six for 59.

    The Webheads started well enough in reply, Pares' nagging outswingers rarely finding bat but pressuring Connelly into a run out on 20, and at 91 for three there were hopes of parity. However, allrounder Cory Knight and wicket-keeper Tim Davey played patient knocks, except for the murdering of Roberts in his five overs. Josh Forner returned with a decent second spelll that brought three wickets, yet resistance from Laubscher and Kirk Pascoe brought the tally up to 265.

    With Hopgood run out without facing a ball, things would get tricky for the Webheads. However, the top order played to the very peak of their abilities, with both Sharma and McMeekin registering half-centuries. Draper threatened to repeat his first-innings heroics when he trapped Reddlapalli lbw, but Chris Dwyer chose an apt moment to return to form. A swashbuckling 93 may have secured his place for the next match, and though Kirk Pascoe got the better of both, Dwyer and Donald added a healthy 124 to ensure a competitive target. Forner and Roberts also played parts, making a stand of 17.

    However, South Australia showed good maturity in chasing down the target. Dropped catches in abundance, though not as many as in the first innings, helped them somewhat, but both Connelly and later the number four Garrett played exceptionally until the inevitable mistakes against the part-timers. Reddlapalli, Dwyer and Luff together took five for 97; yet South Australia chased the required 273 with three wickets in hand, shortly before the end of the third day.

    Cricket Web Under-19s 184 all out (40.4 overs)
    M Hopgood 53; J Draper 6-59

    South Australia Under-19s 265 all out (75.1 overs)
    CR Knight 69, T Davey 46; JNE Forner 3-48, CR Dwyer 2-41

    Cricket Web Under-19s 353 all out (88.1 overs)
    CR Dwyer 93, A Sharma 78, CR McMeekin 55; K Pascoe 4-73, J Draper 3-51

    South Australia Under-19s 273 for seven (85.3 overs)
    P Connelly 84, P Garrett 59*; M Reddlapalli 2-43, CR Dwyer 2-46

    South Australia Under-19s won by three wickets
    Man of the Match: J. Draper (South Australia)

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