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    Mikey's English Story (new format)

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    new format - My story format is different to all those that we love to read, but after a while sort of turn off. This new format is designed to not only show how the season(s) are going, but it also gives an idea into the performance's on players in the game by match votes being given.

    This format will be set out as follows:

    1st Test - Home v Away - Ground - Season
    3. Player Name - Performance
    2. Player Name - Performance
    1. Player Name - Performance
    Result

    Scores will be up soon

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    Test Series - ENG v SRL - 2002

    1st Test - Match Drawn
    3. N Hussain (96 & 39)
    2. A Strauss -debut- (58 & 7 , 1/15)
    1. A Stewart (59 & 10*)

    2nd Test - England won by 197 runs
    3. N Hussain (164 & 11)
    2. M Hoggard (5/86 & 2/47)
    1. A Flintoff (0 & 40* , 0/25 & 4/30)

    3rd Test - Sri Lanka won by 6 wickets
    3. G Thorpe (85 & 48)
    2. J Kerr -debut- (6/71 & 0/57)
    1. M Vaughan (53 & 64)

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    TOTALS - Test
    6 - N Hussain
    3 - G Thorpe
    2 - M Hoggard
    2 - J Kerr
    2 - A Strauss
    1 - A Flintoff
    1 - A Stewart
    1 - M Vaughan
    ---------------------------

    One-Day Series - ENG,SRL,IND - 2002

    England played 6 matches. Won 2 Lost 4 (3rd)

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    TOTALS - ODI
    9 - A Flintoff
    9 - A Hollioake
    7 - M Vaughan
    3 - M Hoggard
    2 - N Hussain
    2 - A Stewart
    2 - M Trescothick
    1 - A Caddick
    1 - A Strauss
    ---------------------------

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    Test Series - ENG v IND - 2002

    1st Test - Match Drawn
    3. A Flintoff (100 , 2/57)
    2. N Hussain (32 & 73*)
    1. A Stewart (62)

    2nd Test - India won by 9 wickets
    3. A Caddick (39* & 17 , 4/87 & 1/7)
    2. S Harmison (5/75)
    1. N Hussain (67)

    3rd Test - India won by 172 runs
    3. A Giles (7/53 & 5/142)
    2. M Trescothick (81 & 16)
    1. N Hussain (4 & 76)

    4th Test - Match Drawn
    3. G Thorpe (112 & 56)
    2. A Giles (65 , 2/106 & 4/45)
    1. A Stewart (65* & 36*)

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    TOTALS - Test
    11 - N Hussain
    6 - G Thorpe
    5 - A Giles
    4 - A Flintoff
    3 - S Harmison
    3 - A Stewart
    2 - A Caddick
    2 - M Hoggard
    2 - J Kerr
    2 - A Strauss
    1 - M Trescothick
    1 - M Vaughan
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    This is a great format, good thinking.


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    Test Series - 'The Ashes' AUS v ENG - 2002/03

    1st Test - Australia won by an innings & 31 runs
    3. C Bassano (91 & 64)
    2. A Giles (5/179)
    1. S Harmison (39* & 31 , 2/131)

    2nd Test - Match Drawn
    3. C Bassano (75 & 63)
    2. N Hussain (83 & 58)
    1. A Flintoff (77 & 4 , 1/69 & 2/46)

    3rd Test - Match Drawn
    3. A Flintoff (32 & 156* , 2/105)
    2. M Vaughan (76 & 123*)
    1. M Trescothick (175 & 0)

    4th Test - Australia won by 8 wickets
    3. N Hussain (67 & 144)
    2. A Giles (6/155 , 23*)
    1. M Vaughan (16 & 84)

    5th Test - Australia won by 7 wickets
    3. N Hussain (82 & 59)
    2. A Flintoff (40 & 38 , 2/89 & 1/45)
    1. M Vaughan (21 & 66)

    Well, quite a bad year for England's campaign to move up the WISDEN tables in the test ranks, but this season showed some good signs. England added more debutants into the test arena with all of them showing signs, but played inconsistant. Andrew Strauss started well, and became useless in Australia. J Kelly got 6/71 on debut to then be expensive and wicketless next three bowling innings. Other debutants included Ali Brown, Vikram Solanki, Matthew Wood, Ian Bell, Eddie Giddins and Michael Robinson- who all didnt perform, but one did - Christopher Bassano. Bassano found his way back into the side for the Ashes, replacing Strauss. He made useful scores and consistantly. Andy Flintoff was the top improver, playing in every test (despite injuring himself during the Boxing Day test and didnt contirbute anything).

    TEST PLAYER OF THE YEAR

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    TOTALS - Test
    19 - N Hussain
    10 - A Flintoff
    8 - A Giles
    6 - C Bassano
    6 - G Thorpe
    6 - M Vaughan
    4 - S Harmison
    3 - A Stewart
    2 - A Caddick
    2 - M Hoggard
    2 - J Kerr
    2 - A Strauss
    2 - M Trescothick
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    One-Day Series - 'VB Series' AUS, ENG, SRL - 2002/03

    England played 8 matches - Won 3 Lost 5 (2nd)

    Finals - Australia (8-0, 1st) v England (3-5, 2nd) - England won 2-1

    lost all ODI v AUS, and won 1st and deciding finals.

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    TOTALS - ODI
    27 - A Flintoff
    20 - M Vaughan
    15 - N Hussain
    13 - A Hollioake
    9 - M Trescothick
    6 - M Hoggard
    5 - N Knight
    2 - M Ramprakash
    2 - A Stewart
    1 - C Bassano
    1 - A Caddick
    1 - A Giles
    1 - A Strauss
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    TEST Player of the Year (2002/03)
    Nasser Hussain



    STATISTICS

    Tests
    12 Matches - 1278 runs @ 58.09 - 2 100's 10 50's - HS 164
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    yer nice story mate

    easier than the on ei am doing alot of writing on mine but yours is simple but to the point
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    Quote Originally Posted by bugssy
    yer nice story mate

    easier than the on ei am doing alot of writing on mine but yours is simple but to the point
    Well, I made 'A Cricket Captains Diary' last month for Surrey. It can be found on this forum, now, that is long, should check it out - I ould give somebody $20 to read it.

    Yeah, i think this is a good format for something every fan of ICC loves doing, and I think it might continue into another season, unlike the other stories.

    I might check in on your story buggsy - a bit bored while resting the ICC.

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    One-Day Series - 'ICC World Cup 2003' - 2002/03

    England played 6 matches - Won 3 Lost 3 (4th in Pool)

    Sorry to the English, I couldn't get into the super-sixes stage.

    I won games against Zimbabwe, Namibia and Netherlands (scoring 463/8), but they were penciled in as victories. It was more disappointing that we lost against the three test playing nations, as two of the losses were decided in the final over of those games. AUS beat me needing 8 off the final over, IND won on the 3rd ball of the over, when having only 1 wicket in hand, needing 2 runs. Pakistan wasn't a thrashing either.

    ODI PLAYER OF THE YEAR

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    TOTALS - ODI
    33 - A Flintoff
    28 - M Vaughan
    18 - N Hussain
    13 - A Hollioake
    12 - M Trescothick
    9 - M Hoggard
    7 - A Caddick
    6 - C Bassano
    5 - N Knight
    3 - A Stewart
    2 - P Collingwood
    2 - M Ramprakash
    1 - A Giles
    1 - A Strauss
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    ODI Player of the Year
    (2002/03)
    Andrew Flintoff





    STATISTICS

    One-Day Internationals
    23 Matches - 726 runs @ 42.71 - 6 50's - HS 91 - 30 wkts @ 37.80 - BB 4/39
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    MIKEY'S MEDAL
    (2003/04)
    Andrew Flintoff



    STATISTICS

    Tests
    12 Matches - 737 runs @ 38.79 - 2 100's 1 50's - HS 156* - 22 wkts @ 51.18 - BB 4/39

    One Day Internationals
    23 Matches - 726 runs @ 42.71 - 6 50's - HS 91 - 30 wkts @ 37.80 - BB 4/39

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    needs to work on his bowling a bit me thinks, Batting's awesome though

    Typo, is meant to be ODI Player
    Quote Originally Posted by SIX AND OUT
    TEST Player of the Year (2002/03)
    Andrew Flintoff
    Edit: hold on, you used the test statistics. Two test players of the year?
    Last edited by squiz; 02-02-2005 at 03:37 AM.

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    COUNTY PLAYER OF THE YEAR
    (2003/04)
    Steven Kirby (Yorkshire)



    STATISTICS

    First-Class
    16 Matches - 503 runs @ 27.94 - 1 50's - HS 83 - 76 wkts @ 22.11 - 5 5wi - BB 6/72

    [B]List-A Matches[/u]
    15 Matches - 102 runs @ 11.33 - HS 29 - 35 wkts @ 17.23 - 2 5wi - BB 5/49

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    Quote Originally Posted by squiz
    needs to work on his bowling a bit me thinks, Batting's awesome though

    Typo, is meant to be ODI Player


    Edit: hold on, you used the test statistics. Two test players of the year?
    Cheers mate - all fixed, and I would probably never had noticed it until unknown. The stats still resemble the same though - great batting, bowling needs plenty of work on, and hopefully that can be repared next season.

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