Nice to see my bloke doing better than on Cricsim.
15 (15) and a stumping in game one #BetterThanPaine.
Grrrr, run out for 35 - not too bad though
Oh for a strong arm and a walking stick
Line-ups for the final day one match, commencing shortly -
CWC Trial XI A
1. E Ames
2. L Townsend
3. D Jellett
4. A Monk
5. DB Wayne (wk)
6. P Spark
7. C Lewis (c)
8. M Wisney
9. R Yamadera
10. SC Somerset
11. G Sriram
CWC Trial XI B
1. O du Toit
2. P Ingram
3. J Howe (wk)
4. JD Hurricane (c)
5. H Mork
6. I Narang
7. S Zadran
8. A Fagina
9. H Beaver
10. M Morkel
11. M Hunt
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Looking forward to the Fagina/Beaver partnership.
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Dropped for the final game after having a brilliant economy of 4.2 in the first two. Atul Sharma not happy. Atul Sharma go flip tyres.
if they watched the tapes, they'd know fagina and beaver's favourite zones are over the covers
T20 Trial Match Three
CWC Trial XI A vs CWC Trial XI B
Day 1, Match 3 saw a number of players eager to make an impression before the day was out; and with the B side yet to register a win, stakes were a little higher than one would expect in such a match.
Trial XI A batted first for the 3rd time in succesion, and a slightly tinkered order saw new opening partnership Ames and Townsend looking to dominate from the outset. Brilliant captaincy from Trial B leader JD Hurricane made this a tough ask, rotating his bowlers regularly and taking the initiative away from the batting side. The A's struggled throughout, with only a slight rallying partnership from Monk and Wayne of any note. Spin twins Fagina and Beaver proved a slippery prospect, time and again beating the bat and generally troubling the batsmen. Fast man Morne Morkel was at times unplayable in a ferocious spell, leading the bowlers in limiting Trial XI A to 8/90.
Du toit and Ingram would have been looking for a positive start to a relatively small chase; they had not counted on the pressure created by Wisney and Yamadera with the new ball. The pair led a disciplined attack, with all the bowlers chipping in to create the pressure and captain Lewis the only man unrewarded. Despite the strong bowling performance, defending such a meagre total was always going to be diffuclt; and when Trial B captain JD Hurricane started to settle, deflecting the pressure from his team-mates in the process, the B's looked to be in a good position to record their first victory.
MOTM: JD Hurricane
Last edited by DJellett; 01-09-2012 at 06:38 AM.
Day 2 will commence tomorrow, with CWC Trial XI B hosting the A's for the return fixture of 3 games - and eager to settle to score.
Captains, please have your sides in ASAP - if they are not submitted in roughly the next 12 hours, an XI will be selected for you.
Please remember the actual results are of little consequence at the moment, and ensure every player in the squad is getting match time.
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