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    Lineups for match 2, set to begin shortly -

    CWC Trial XI A
    1. E Ames
    2. P Spark
    3. L Townsend
    4. D Jellett
    5. A Monk
    6. DB Wayne (wk)
    7. C Lewis (c)
    8. M Wisney
    9. R Yamadera
    10. SC Somerset
    11. G Shriram

    CWC Trial XI B
    1. O du Toit
    2. P Ingram
    3. J Howe (wk)
    4. JD Hurricane (c)
    5. I Narang
    6. H Mork
    7. S Zadran
    8. S Delev
    9. H Beaver
    10. M Morkel
    11. A Sharma
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    Not a great performance in the first match.
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    T20 Trial Match Two
    CWC Trial XI A vs CWC Trial XI B

    Match 2 on day one of the mini-series saw a hungry Trial XI B eager to down their opponents on home turf and level the ledger on the day.

    Trial XI A skipper Lewis, who lead his team to success in the opening game of the series, won the toss and elected to maintain the winning formula from that match and bat first. Opening pair Ames and Spark added 64 for the 1st wicket, with last game's man of the match Spark playing a dour role in stark contrast with Ames, cavalier at the other end. It took the multi-talented Zadran and Delev to dismiss the pair, but not before they had put their side in a strong position. Townsend and Jellett came out looking to consolidate and did just that, keeping the scoreboard ticking along throughout the overs; and though Townsend was narrowly run out near the end, the side managed to amass a respectable 3/145.

    Trial XI B started the chase in a very different manner than in game one, attacking from the outset - du Toit with a couple of boundaries in the first over before being bowled by Wisney, who would end up with 2/34 for the day. The middle order struggled against the medium pace of Yamadera, who kept things tight with a fine display of stump-to-stumo bowling. He was eventually rewarded with 3/10, decimating the heart of the B XI lineup. One batsmen he could not contain, however, was the resplendent Hakon Mork - who, with a dashing 62* off 34, turned the match on its head and ensured another tight finish...

    MOTM: Hakon Mork (CWC Trial XI B)
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    Is this the sequel to the Howzat!: Kerry Packer's War mini series?
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    Match 3

    # PLAYER NAME BAT BOWL STYLE ROLE
    1 O du Toit 100 0 NOR OPEN
    2 P Ingram 41 0 AGG OPEN
    3 J Howe 100 0 AGG WK wk
    4 JD Hurricane 100 0 NOR BAT c
    5 H Mork 100 0 DEF
    6 I Narang 60 40 AGG A/R 6
    7 S Zadran 30 70 AGG A/R 5
    8 A Fagina 10 90 AGG SPIN 3
    9 H Beaver 7 93 AGG SPIN 4
    10 M Morkel 1 99 NOR FAST 2
    11 M Hunt 1 99 AGG FAST 1


    Small change to the batting order - wee promotion for Mork.
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    So economical, so gun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benchmark00 View Post
    Is this the sequel to the Howzat!: Kerry Packer's War mini series?
    It's...something more than that, son. /lachyhulme

    Apologies, TBY...was a direct copy/paste from PEWS' posts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Agent TBY View Post
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    It's Sriram, ****s.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Agent TBY View Post
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    It's Sriram, ****s.
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    1. E Ames (6)
    2. L Townsend
    3. D Jellett
    4. A Monk
    5. DB Wayne (wk)
    6. P Spark (7)
    7. C Lewis (5)
    8. M Wisney (2)
    9. R Yamadera (1)
    10. SC Somerset (3)
    11. G Sriram (4)

    Make sure all the first six bowlers get some sort of a bowl. Only bowl Spark if necessary.

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    Who's Zadran? Blaming him.

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