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    Decent enough warm up, that's for sure.

    Great showing from Hopgood and contributions from most the other players. Second match will be an interesting one.
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    good work good to start off with a win, great innings by hopgood

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    Very good start to the tour some big performances from Hopgood, Ritchie and Kerr with the bat. The bowlers were all pretty solid without anyone really standing out. A good team performance without anyone really standing up, with the ball.

    I'll post the side the next game before i forget.

    Side to play NSW U19s

    16. MD Luff
    ##. AS Sharma
    13. BS Read (wk)
    ##. CR McMeekin
    7. ZJ Ritchie [6] (c)
    81. WA Kerr
    92. BC Donald [3] (vc)
    69. CR Dwyer [5]
    ##. JNE Forner [1]
    49. DPW Pares [2]
    43. EAP McNamara [4]
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    Good performances from Hopgood, Kerr and Forner. Pleased with my own effort but I wouldn't have minded batting out the whole innings. Let's hope we can turn in another good performance.
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    Hmmm, can't complain i guess.

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    Firstly welldone guys, Hopgood, Kerr, Forner and everyone else played well. Lets hope we can continue this form in the next game.

    Secondly gutted to have missed out on the second game, goodluck to everyone tho.
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    Great innings from Hopgood and most of the batsmen contributed to a good score. Disappointed with my effort in that game. Would have liked to have been more economical with the ball and have one of the LBW appeals go my way.
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    Would have liked a couple of wickets, but at least I wasn't too expensive.

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    im positively shaking with excitement due to my immenent debut for the U 19's. I reckon as long as i keep a cool head and don't let the situation get to me, and if i bowl like i did throughout the charity series then i should be an instant success

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    New South Wales Under-19s vs Cricket Web Under-19s
    at North Sydney Oval

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    Philip Hughes showed his class with a measured unbeaten century, as New South Wales easily chased down the total of 250 on a fine North Sydney wicket. The Webheads recovered from a shaky start, but allrounder Matthew Day impressed during his two spells. For the young Webheads, Corey McMeekin stood up well with the bat, but the bowling was largely erratic and in trouble from the word go.

    After winning the toss and being inserted, both openers were struggling against paceman Matthew Day, and the edges went for both runs and wickets; when Poria had Read caught, things looked difficult, and Ritchie and McMeekin had to rebuild. This worked well, and the two shared a partnership of 96 before slow left armer Burns, who had plugged away all day, got reward with two chopped balls back to the bowler. Donald, Dwyer and Forner managed to thump a few runs, while McMeekin dragged on Day just before he could reach the century.

    Josh Forner got the team off to a good start, trapping Murphy lbw for three, but at the other end Hughes was in control throughout. He rarely found the boundary, preferring instead the quick run and caressing of the ball through the leg side, and though Donald had some initial success by dismissing Smith lbw, captain Simon Keen ensured that the hosts got home safely.

    Cricket Web Under-19s 249 for nine (50 overs)
    CR McMeekin 96; MR Day 4-54, DJ Burns 2-44, J Poria 2-56

    New South Wales Under-19s 250 for three (48.2 overs)
    PJ Hughes 123*, SJC Keen 66; BC DOnald 1-46, JNE Forner 1-48, DPW Pares 1-56

    New South Wales won by seven wickets
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    Dissapointing for me. Could of done worse. McMeekin did good.

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    well done mcmerkin well batted, we'll build into form for the first big game

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    Disappoinging performace there guys.

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    Pretty happy with that performances really. Hughes is the boy to watch in the Australia series and he took the game away, so no big deal. The only real disappointing thing was the lack of support in the batting for McMeekin, but its good to see another batsmen put up his hand for a spot. A bit of competition for middle order spots. Bowling performance was ok, but we lacked a stike bowler when we needed wickets. Going to be tough in that department without Gough, Gundry and maybe Dunn for the opening games.

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    Fantastic innings by Hughes. A few of our batsmen got starts but couldn't push on, very good innings by McMeekin. Bowling was fairly average.

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