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    The Northern Summer - New Fantasy Cricket Competition

    The next Cricket Web Fantasy Cricket Competition has been created named The Northern Summer.

    Below are the matches included in this competition. Remember, if you choose to enter your team now, you can modify it as much as you like prior to the start of the competition.

    To enter a team against this competition simply login to your account, or if you haven't yet registered you can do so here.

    The Northern Summer - this is a ODI Competition

    Start Date - 13-06-2006
    End Date - 06-07-2006

    Below is a list of the matches that will be played for the selected competition.

    Home Team Away Team Match Start Date Venue
    Ireland England 13-06-2006 Stormont
    England Sri Lanka 17-06-2006 Lord's
    England Sri Lanka 20-06-2006 The Brit Oval
    England Sri Lanka 24-06-2006 Chester-le-Street
    Scotland Pakistan 27-06-2006 Grange
    England Sri Lanka 28-06-2006 Old Trafford
    England Sri Lanka 01-07-2006 Headingley
    Netherlands Sri Lanka 04-07-2006 Amsterdam
    Netherlands Sri Lanka 06-07-2006 Amsterdam

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    A few oddities:

    Marcus Trescothick should be playing
    David Langford-Smith (Ire) is a new-ball bowler, not a batsman
    Ryan ten Doeschate (Ned) is an all-rounder, not a batsman
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    am missing van Bunge..as a batsman...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kweek
    am missing van Bunge..as a batsman...
    Yeah, van Bunge is classed as all-rounder.


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    but he isnt! he's just a very lucky bowler...

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    Thanks guys, I thought I would have got a few wrong, as I had to guess from the latest ICC Intercontinental Cup squads.

    and what's the full name for van Bunge?

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    Quote Originally Posted by James
    Thanks guys, I thought I would have got a few wrong, as I had to guess from the latest ICC Intercontinental Cup squads.

    and what's the full name for van Bunge?
    Daan Lodewijk Samuel van Bunge. But he never uses Lodewijk Samuel, I hope.

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    Thanks, if you notice any other problems let me know

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    1st ODI: Ireland v England - Points Updated

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    Fantasy Cricket Update

    England v Sri Lanka: 1st ODI

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    England vs Sri Lanka: 2nd ODI

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    3rd ODI: England v Sri Lanka - Points Updated

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    ODI: Scotland v Pakistan - Points Updated

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    4th ODI: England v Sri Lanka - Points Updated

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    (forgot to create this post, points were updated about 7 hours ago)

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    Hey. Cool, I'm up in seventh.

    Not bad considering I've 8 Englishmen in my team....
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