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    Shaggee's England Story [ICC2008 - 2018/9 Ashes]

    England come into the Ashes in disarray. The once vaunted best side in the world was humiliated by a 2-0 loss to Zimbabwe at home, and then 2-0 up in the first two tests against the West Indies managed to lose twice in the fourth and fifth tests (by 1 run!) to draw the series. Australia, for their part, comfortably disposed of a Bangaldeshi side at home 2-0, while fell 1 wicket away from a famous 2-1 victory in India. England have held an iron grip on the urn since 2008, the previous two series being 3-0 victories, but this Ashes is anticipated to be the best for over a decade. Will this series be another Australian horror story, or another chapter in England's inexorable decline?

    Opening Batsmen (3)

    Alastair Cook - Former England captain and holder of 152 test caps with an average of 51.12. At the age of 33, this will most likely be his last tour of Australia
    Adam Henry - The highly rated Derbyshire opener takes after Cook with a defensive style, in his only test innings scored 84 and 26. Expected to open alongside Cook.
    Kevin Mitchell - The precocious 22 year old played 7 tests in the summer of 2017, bagging two centuries and an average of 42.36. Though the selectors preferred to blood in Henry, Mitchell is sure to have a bright future in the England setup.

    Middle Order Batsmen (5)

    Gerald Whitehead - The England captain is one of the greatest batsmen the game has ever seen. 25 test centuries, over 9000 runs and an average above 60, and he's still 29.
    Alex Smith - A continued performer in county cricket, Smith finally broke into the one day setup this season but was disappointing. A strong competitor for a test spot.
    Tim Coop - Another consistent county performer, but constantly in and out of the England XI. England know that they will definately get an average a shade above 40 from Coop, but the selectors desire more.
    Phil Bishop - One of the great England batsmen, despite a poor performance this season a shoe-in for the his number 4 spot. His test average of 55 doesn't lie.
    Barry Beasley - Another of a legion of great county batsmen, Beasley finally got his chance this season and produced a 63, but little else of note in his 3 tests. A probable starter in the 1st test.

    All-rounders (1)

    Adil Rashid - Will not play a test, but a lynchpin of the England one day side. 121 wickets at 22.90 in 67 internationals makes him one of the best limited overs spinners in the world.

    Wicket-keepers (2)

    Daniel Lane - Solid with the gloves and competent with the bat, Lane is England's established keeper for both forms. His test average of 34.37 is good enough for all intents and purposes.
    Paul Westwood - A magnificent season with the bat (999 runs at 58.76) propelled Westwood to the tour party, though will probably not play a game save through injuries.

    Fast Bowlers (5)

    James Harris (RFM) - 303 test wickets at a shade over 30, Harris was controversially dropped for the tests last season after a poor run, but kept his place in the one day setup before being recalled for the Ashes.
    Glenn Peel (RFM) - A top class ODI bowler but his four tests were a joke. Will not be playing a test this summer.
    Alex May (RFM) - The best one day bowler in the country, but hasn't reproduced it for England so far. In his only test to date picked up match figures of 2-211.
    Alec Frogget (RF) - At his best, capable of destroying any lineup in the world. Unfortunately this is few and far between, and his selection for the tour is a source of controversy.
    Jeff Hislop (RFM) - Arguably England's best bowler, Hislop has masterful command of the
    swinging ball but is somewhat impotent when it doesn't. 209 wickets under 30 is a sign of class.

    Spin Bowlers (2)

    Monty Panesar - 479 wickets at 27.15, but he was 2nd choice to Keith Schofield before the legspinner's retirement due to injury. Took a 10fer on his return from exile but has done little since.
    Malcolm Bunter (OS) - In his 5 tests so far has taken 28 wickets at 28.36 including a 7-97 against Pakistan. Many feel he has a good case to be selected ahead of Panesar.

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    New South Wales vs England - Warmup Game

    As is always my thinking in warmup games, I give some out of form players a chance to get into form. I line up:

    Cook (c)
    Mitchell
    Henry
    Coop
    Smith
    Beasley
    Lane (wk)
    Harris
    Peel
    Hislop
    Bunter

    New South Wales 297
    Mansfield 177*, Smith 20
    Hislop 4-91

    England 372-3 dec.
    Coop 159*, Smith 100*
    Koukoudakis 1-48

    New South Wales 287-5 dec.
    Clarke 84, Jenkins 53*
    Harris 2-57

    England 68-1
    Henry 43*
    Donald 1-8

    Surprise surprise, the test batsman gets an unbeaten 170. Otherwise we did really well to bowl them out for less than 300 on such a flat pitch, and our batting is in top form. Bunter was alarmingly ineffective in spinning conditions, however.

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    Australia vs England - 1st Test Match - The GABBA

    A pitch as flat as a pool table greets us, and we decide to go with:

    Cook
    Henry
    Whitehead (c)
    Bishop
    Coop
    Smith
    Lane (wk)
    Harris
    Froggett
    Hislop
    Panesar

    Bunter misses out due to poor performances against NSW, and Coop and Smith get in ahead of Beasley thanks to their centuries. No other surprises.

    Australia's XI:

    Dublin
    Pomersbach (c)
    Mansfield
    Lynn
    Moriaty
    Bentley
    Paine (wk)
    Swinburn (RM)
    Donald (RFM)
    Siddle (RFM)
    Mutch (RFM)

    Interesting that they've gone with an all pace attack. Dublin and Mansfield are class performers, as are Siddle and Mutch but the rest is mostly average. I would still say we'd be the favourites to win the series.

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    Australia vs England - 1st Test Match - Day One
    CAPTAIN WHITEHEAD LEADS THE WAY


    England 297-4
    Whitehead 114, Coop 86*
    Siddle 2-51

    England captain Gerald Whitehead hit a marvellous 114 on the opening day of the 2018/9 Ashes, leading England have a good total on the board by the end of the day's play. Ably supported by Coop's unbeaten 86*, the England legend was in imperious form before being trapped leg-before by Siddle. England started the innings badly and were 20-2 before Whitehead got going, but while Siddle bowled tight and was somewhat unlucky, the attack lacked penetration on such a flat pitch.


    Gerald Whitehead hits out on his way to a 26th test century

    Australia vs England - 1st Test Match - Day Two
    ENGLAND MOVE INTO DOMINATING POSITION


    England 478
    Coop 143, Whitehead 114
    Siddle 4-80

    Australia 99-2
    Lynn 45*
    Hislop 1-26

    Two early wickets after a 10th wicket partnership of 35 between Hislop and Panesar made it England's day, but it could have been better. After the loss of captain Pomersbach for a 3 ball duck in the last over before tea, opening partner Dublin departed as well and alarm bells rang. However, a stodgy partnership of 80 between Mansfield and Lynn salvaged Australia's day after Coop bludgeoned their attack for his 143 in the morning. England should have been wrapped up for 450, but Panesar and Hislop batted well, Panesar's magnificent six off Donald (the first in his 104 test career) got everyone smiling.


    Panesar gets a fortuitous edge on his way to 16

    Australia vs England - 1st Test Match - Day Three
    HARRIS THE DESTROYER AS AUSTRALIA FOLLOW ON


    England 478
    Coop 143, Whitehead 114
    Siddle 4-80

    Australia 259
    Moriaty 68
    Harris 7-88

    Australia 145-3
    Pomersbach 75
    Panesar 2-26

    Paceman James Harris routed Australia by taking 7-88 to bundle them out for 259, before Whitehead enforced the follow on. On the day, England took 11 wickets for 305 runs, and on such a pitch they must be pleased. Australia started the day well, and on 228-4 the follow-on looked unlikely. But after the century partnership between Moriaty and Bentley was broken, the Antipodeans offered no resistance as Harris snared the last 4 wickets to fall. A century opening partnership gave Australia hope, but Panesar took two late wickets to dash Australian hopes.


    James Harris celebrates with Phil Bishop after the wicket of Siddle

    Australia vs England - 1st Test Match - Day Four
    ENGLAND ON THE BRINK OF OPENING VICTORY


    England 478
    Coop 143, Whitehead 114
    Siddle 4-80

    Australia 259
    Moriaty 68
    Harris 7-88

    Australia 342
    Pomersbach 75
    Panesar 4-61
    Froggett 3-44

    England 85-0
    Cook 43*

    A spell of top-class spin bowling by Panesar aided by the raw pace of Froggett decided the test today, as Australia weren't up to task. Moriaty and Bentley combined again for another century partnership after Lynn fell early in the day, but once Panesar made the vital breakthrough a collapse was always inevitable. Tailender Siddle tried to hit out and get some quick runs at the end of the innings, his 23 from 32 helped put on a largely futile 24 for the last wicket. Chasing 123, there might have been some jitters from the English batsmen had early wickets fell, but Cook and Henry calmly saw out the day without loss.


    Froggett goes ballistic after the wicket of Moriaty

    Australia vs England - 1st Test Match - Day Five
    RUTHLESS ENGLAND SMASH AUSTRALIA


    England 478
    Coop 143, Whitehead 114
    Siddle 4-80

    Australia 259
    Moriaty 68
    Harris 7-88

    Australia 342
    Pomersbach 75
    Panesar 4-61
    Froggett 3-44

    England 127-0
    Henry 67*
    Cook 56*

    There was no great escape for Australia as England won by 10 wickets inside the first sesson of the day. Henry was dropped on 60 but with only a dozen or so runs to win the catch was academic. At the post-match presentation, Whitehead was understandably buoyant. "A lot of people had us written off before the test, both my captaincy and a lot of the lads. It's great to prove them wrong but it's also great to win an Ashes test for England. I don't think Australia played too badly, but Jamie and Chicken both played magnificently and it's always special for me to score a test century." Luke Pomersbach was a bit more downcast. "England are a better side than some people have been saying, but I definately think we could have defended 200 on that pitch. I think we gave up a bit too easily and didn't show the mental toughness you need to beat this England side, but we're a young team and we've learnt a lot from this experience and will definately come back better at Adelaide. Moriaty and Bentley combined well so we've got something to build on as well."


    Cook was flawless in his 50 closing out the test

    MOTM: J Harris (4, 7-88 & 2-110)
    Last edited by Shaggy Alfresco; 09-08-2008 at 02:20 PM.


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    Australia vs England - 2nd Test Match - The Adelaide Oval

    The pitch is flat, but with a tiny amount of bounce. While the weather will be flawless for the first two days, the last three will be cloudy to varying degrees.

    Both sides are unchanged, as Australia win the toss and elect to bat.

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    Australia vs England - 2nd Test Match - Day One
    300 PASSED AS AUSTRALIA START WELL


    Australia 308-5
    Dublin 70, Pomersbach 62
    Panesar 2-63

    On a flat pitch England's bowlers were forced to toil as the game swung throughout on an intruiging first day. Three Australian batsmen made fifties however none could push on past 70, a frustrating statistic for the Aussie dressing room. Panesar was the pick of England's bowlers, bowling intelligently and snaring two wickets on a track that offered little. At 266-5 England could have forced a collapse, but Australia saw out the day comfortably.


    Captain Pomersbach thrashes Harris for four during his innings

    Australia vs England - 2nd Test Match - Day Two
    COOK AND WHITEHEAD FLAY AUSTRALIA


    Australia 402
    Paine 74
    Panesar 3-75

    England 246-1
    Whitehead 105*, Cook 102*
    Siddle 1-61

    Tim Paine marshalled the tail excellently to nudge Australia past 400, but it all seemed in vain as Cook and Whitehead mercilessly flayed a toothless Australian attack in the 2nd and 3rd sessions. Australia got an early breakthrough through Siddle, removing Henry at 44-1 and giving themselves hope before the two centurions went about constructing a 202 run partnership.


    Cook celebrates his fine century in the 2nd test

    Australia vs England - 2nd Test Match - Day Three
    BISHOP CENTURY SETS UP 100 RUN LEAD


    Australia 402
    Paine 74
    Panesar 3-75

    England 503-9 dec.
    Whitehead 136, Bishop 105, Cook 103
    Mutch 4-123

    Australia 16-1
    Pomersbach 9*
    Harris 1-6

    Phil Bishop hit the 5th century in two tests for England to set up an imposing lead heading into the fourth day, Harris striking a crippling blow by removing Dublin just before the end of the day's play. Mutch trapped Cook LBW in the 2nd over of the day, giving Australia some hope for a 1st innings lead before Bishop calmly removed that possibility by playing his part in 3 consecutive half century partnerships. Whithead's masterful 136 was off 194 balls, the single blemish being one played and missed on the 2nd day. Australia needed to close out the day wicketless but Harris induced an edge from Dublin to Smith at first slip.


    Phil Bishop sees the ball clearly during his century

    Australia vs England - 2nd Test Match - Day Four
    MAGNIFICENT MANSFIELD GIVES AUSTRALIA HOPE


    Australia 402
    Paine 74
    Panesar 3-75

    England 503-9 dec.
    Whitehead 136, Bishop 105, Cook 103
    Mutch 4-123

    Australia 308
    Mansfield 116, Bentley 64
    Harris 5-99

    England 15-0
    Cook 7*, Henry 7*

    Australia made the golden 300 and set England 207 to win on the last day, thanks to a sparkling century by the young Malcolm Mansfield. In tough, overcast conditions and ably supported by Geoff Bentley, the batsman made 116 to give Australia a hope of levelling the series and regaining the ashes for the first time in over a decade. James Harris bowled well in the conditions for his 5-for, and while Australia desperately needed a wicket at the end of the day, Cook and Henry were able to see it out without incident.


    23-year old Mansfield sweeps during the best innings of his test career

    Australia vs England - 2nd Test Match - Day Five
    DONALD DESTROYS ENGLAND IN FAMOUS VICTORY


    Australia 402
    Paine 74
    Panesar 3-75

    England 503-9 dec.
    Whitehead 136, Bishop 105, Cook 103
    Mutch 4-123

    Australia 308
    Mansfield 116, Bentley 64
    Harris 5-99

    England 175
    Whitehead 50
    Donald 6-30, Mutch 3-40

    Martin Donald took his first five-for in tests during an incredible day's cricket which saw England lose an Ashes test for the first time in more than 5 years. Henry was removed in the third over of the day by Mutch, as England put together consecutive partnerships of 21, 36, 28, 23 and 19, searching desperately for a good partnership which surely would have won the game. The killer blow came when Whitehead, who had played brilliantly for his 50, was bowled by a magnificent yorker from Donald, ending any chance of England winning the test.


    Martin Donald savours his 5-for after bowling Frogget

    MOTM: M Mansfield (21 & 116)
    Last edited by Shaggy Alfresco; 09-08-2008 at 02:19 PM.

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    Gun format. England going well also Good job!
    Or something.

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    England 5-0. I called it.
    Sreesanth said, "Next ball he was beaten and I said, 'is this the King Charles Lara? Who is this impostor, moving around nervously? I should have kept my mouth shut for the next ball - mind you, it was a length ball - Lara just pulled it over the church beyond the boundary! He is a true legend."


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    Great story mate!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamee999 View Post
    Gun format. England going well also Good job!
    Thanks. It's obviously inspired by your Ashes story, which made me pick up this game after I quit in disgust in the aftermath of the 1 run loss to the Windies.

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    England 5-0. I called it.
    Unlucky mate.

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    Great story mate!
    Thanks, glad you like it.

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    Victoria vs England - Warmup Game

    I'm fortunate enough to get a warmup game in order to retool my side a bit ahead of the 3rd test, of course the defeat was disappointing and I think we have room for improvement pending on how people perform against this Victoria side. Their international players are Australia's opening bowlers, Siddle and Mutch. My lineup is:

    Mitchell
    Henry
    Coop
    Smith
    Beasley
    Bishop (c)
    Westwood (wk)
    Peel
    May
    Hislop
    Bunter

    A good performance by any of the backups could get them into the 3rd test XI. Victoria win the toss and bat.

    Victoria 314
    Wade 102
    May 5-71

    England 321-6 dec.
    Coop 111, Smith 109
    Weatherall 2-20

    Victoria 254-9 dec.
    Blizzard 82
    Bunter 4-90, Hislop 4-99

    England 97-0
    Mitchell 57*

    Good performances from Coop, Smith, May and to a lesser extent Bunter and Hislop. Beasley and Westwood both got out cheaply so I don't think there'll be any changes in the batting order, and good news is that we smacked Siddle and Mutch around quite a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaggy Alfresco View Post
    Unlucky mate.
    Pretty happy with that. I'd hate it if things were too easy.

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    Australia vs England - 3rd Test Match - The WACA

    Australia go in unchanged, while we give a 6th test cap to Malcolm Bunter in place of Froggett.

    An interesting pitch greets us, it will be cloudy later in day one but otherwise sunny, and the pitch is turning. England win the toss and captain Whitehead remembers the old maxim "when in doubt, bat".

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    Australia vs England - 3rd Test Match - Day One
    BISHOP THE CENTURION AS ENGLAND FINISH STRONGLY


    England 270-4
    Bishop 113*, Coop 94
    Donald 3-61

    Phil Bishop and Tim Coop combined for a firebrigade 170 partnership after England sunk to 36-3 early in the morning. Conditions were worse than expected and Donald was getting the ball to swing in to the batsmen viciously, removing both the openers LBW. Whitehead was the key scalp however, and when Siddle induced him to have a swing on just his 2nd ball, it looked like a disasterous miscalculation by the captain. Bishop and Coop were untroubled however, and Smith played a stodgy innings to close out the day after Coop failed to get his richly deserved century.


    Siddle celebrates the huge wicket of Whitehead

    Australia vs England - 3rd Test Match - Day Two
    ENGLAND AHEAD DESPITE POOR BOWLING


    England 447
    Bishop 151, Coop 94, Smith 94
    Donald 5-90

    Australia 109-1
    Pomersbach 53*
    Harris 1-26

    A good day on the batting front for England was marred by a lack of penetration from their spin attack, as Australia closed the day 1 wicket down for over 100 runs. Bishop was the first batsman to pass 150 in the series, while Smith followed Coop in being out on 94 after a marvellous innings, Harris playing a good 40 in support. Australia's batsmen were just as efficient, Dublin and Pomersbach put together an opening partnership of 50, and then the Australian captain was able to achieve the same with Mansfield.


    Harris shows his frustration as Australia close out the day

    Australia vs England - 3rd Test Match - Day Three
    AVERAGE AUSTRALIA SLIDING TO DEFEAT


    England 447
    Bishop 151, Coop 94, Smith 94
    Donald 5-90

    Australia 356
    Pomersbach 67
    Bunter 4-105

    England 83-2
    Whitehead 25*
    Donald 1-13

    Despite losing both openers early on, England pushed toward victory at the end of the 3rd day, leading by 174 runs with 8 wickets in hand. Three Australians scored half centuries but none passed 67, and it was only Donald's 35 off 27 at the end of the innings, a brutal assault, that gave Australia at least a defendable deficit. At 28-2 Australia could have triggered a collapse, but the old stagers Whitehead and Bishop thwarted such a hope by both ending on 25*.


    Whitehead's good tour continued, ending the day unbeaten

    Australia vs England - 3rd Test Match - Day Four
    ENGLAND IN CONTROL AS AUSTRALIA NEED MIRACLE


    England 447
    Bishop 151, Coop 94, Smith 94
    Donald 5-90

    Australia 356
    Pomersbach 67
    Bunter 4-105

    England 310-7 dec.
    Bishop 95
    Donald 3-53

    Australia 78-1
    Pomersbach 40*
    Hislop 1-34

    Australia need an improbable 324 to win the 3rd test on the last day, thanks to Bishop's 95 and a shocking inability from their attack to finish off the tail. At 133-5 Australia had real chance of finishing England off cheaply, but Lane and Bishop took the game away from them. Even at 242-7 there was an opening, but bowlers Harris and Hislop put together an unbeaten partnership of 60 to dash Australian hopes. Hislop then struck early and removed Dublin, but Pomersbach and Mansfield were able to end the day together, a small glimmer of hope for the Australians.


    Dublin departed early much to England's delight

    Australia vs England - 3rd Test Match - Day Five
    INCREDIBLE AUSTRALIA WIN INCREDIBLE VICTORY


    England 447
    Bishop 151, Coop 94, Smith 94
    Donald 5-90

    Australia 356
    Pomersbach 67
    Bunter 4-105

    England 310-7 dec.
    Bishop 95
    Donald 3-53

    Australia 402-7
    Pomersbach 114
    Bunter 4-100

    With just over half an hour to go until the end of the last session of the 5th day, Australia won one of the most unlikely victories this ground has seen. Chasing over 400 in the 4th innings and over 300 on the 5th day, Australia salvaged one of the great Ashes wins. Luke Pomersbach played one of the best knocks of his career, richly deserving a century. Moriaty was the other stand out, his unbeaten 88 and brilliant shepherding of the tail helped Australia recover when it seemed all over at 229-5 and 341-6. England's bowling, meanwhile, was poor at best, only Bunter deserving any praise. A 1-0 lead for England has been transformed to a 2-1 defecit, in two tests they should have won.


    Moriaty and Donald celebrate hitting the winning runs

    MOTM: P Bishop (151 & 95)
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