Cricket Player Manager
Page 2 of 5 FirstFirst 1234 ... LastLast
Results 16 to 30 of 61

Thread: Queensland Bulls

  1. #16
    Cricketer Of The Year SirBloody Idiot's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2004
    Location
    Moving the hole in the o-zone layer
    Posts
    8,552
    Ryobi One Day Cup: Qld vs. NSW

    Queensland
    Ryan Broad
    Wade Townsend
    Lee Carseldine
    Nathan Reardon
    Craig Philipson
    *James Hopes
    +Chris Hartley
    Chris Simpson
    Chris Swan
    Ryan Harris
    Luke Feldman

    IN: Broad
    OUT: Boyce

    The Simpson experiment at the top of the order is a gigantic failure so he drops down to eight as a specialist spinner. Boyce falls out for Broad who gets another chance.

    New South Wales
    Phil Jaques
    *Simon Katich
    Steve Smith
    Michael Clarke
    Phil Hughes
    Shane Watson
    *Brad Haddin
    Nathan Bracken
    Stuart Clark
    Doug Bollinger
    Trent Copeland

    New South Wales 6-231 (50 ov)
    Watson 67 (56)
    Haddin 39* (38)
    Katich 31 (64)

    Feldman 3-61 (10)
    Swan 1-29 (10)
    Simpson 1-42 (10)

    Queensland 180 all out (48.1 ov)
    Hartley 48 (62)
    Carseldine 29 (49)
    Swan 24 (33)

    Copeland 3-24 (10)
    Clark 3-27 (10)
    Watson 3-32 (10)

    New South Wales won by 51 runs (NSW 5, Qld 0)

    Seems to be one step forward and two steps back for the one day team. The bowling was really good and kept a very good batting lineup quiet. Swan and Simpson are pretty great atm, and Feldman looked good until he got crunched a bit late. Batting was a disaster, though. Hartley stood tall, but my top order is just awful at the moment.

  2. #17
    Cricketer Of The Year SirBloody Idiot's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2004
    Location
    Moving the hole in the o-zone layer
    Posts
    8,552
    Sheffield Shield: Queensland vs. New South Wales

    Queensland
    Ryan Broad
    Wade Townsend
    Lee Carseldine
    Chris Lynn
    +Chris Hartley
    Ben Dunk
    *James Hopes
    Ryan Harris
    Ben Cutting
    Luke Feldman
    Cameron Boyce

    New South Wales
    Phil Hughes
    Phil Jaques
    Michael Clarke
    Steve Smith
    *Simon Katich
    Shane Watson
    *Brad Haddin
    Nathan Bracken
    Stuart Clark
    Doug Bollinger
    Trent Copeland

    Queensland 1st innings 154 all out
    Harris 45 (53)
    Lynn 25 (48)
    Townsend 23 (53)

    Watson 3-20 (10)
    Bracken 3-26 (7)
    Bollinger 2-40 (15)

    New South Wales 1st innings 490 all out
    Clarke 159 (278)
    Jaques 115 (203)
    Haddin 78 (116)

    Feldman 4-109 (34.3)
    Cutting 2-116 (28)
    Boyce 2-117 (31)

    Queensland 2nd innings 318 all out
    Hartley 74 (137)
    Carseldine 53 (64)
    Lynn 48 (64)

    Bollinger 4-93 (28)
    Bracken 2-29 (10)
    Watson 2-64 (20)

    New South Wales won by an innings and 18 runs (NSW 6, Qld 0)

    ****ing hell. Broad is gone - 138 runs at 13.8 this year. We are winless after five Shield matches.

  3. #18
    Cricketer Of The Year SirBloody Idiot's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2004
    Location
    Moving the hole in the o-zone layer
    Posts
    8,552
    KFC Twenty20 Big Bash: Queensland vs. Victoria

    Queensland
    *James Hopes
    Nathan Reardon
    Lee Carseldine
    Suresh Raina
    Andrew Symonds
    +Chris Hartley
    Jason Floros (T20 debut)
    Chris Simpson
    Chris Swan (T20 debut)
    Ryan Harris
    Nathan Rimmington

    Victoria
    Chris Rogers
    Rob Quiney
    *David Hussey
    +Matthew Wade
    Aaron Finch
    Andrew McDonald
    John Hastings
    Michael Hill (T20 debut)
    Damien Wright
    Mark Cleary
    Dirk Nannes

    Victoria 6-175 (20 ov)
    Hussey 77 (52)
    Wade 40 (24)
    Finch 15 (14)

    Harris 3-25 (4)
    Swan 1-28 (4)
    Symonds 1-32 (4)

    Queensland 144 all out (20 ov)
    Hopes 48 (24)
    Simpson 35 (32)
    Carseldine 18 (11)
    Raina 18 (16)
    Symonds 0 (1)

    Wright 5-14 (4)
    Hastings 2-46 (4)
    Cleary 1-25 (4)

    Yuuuuck.

  4. #19
    Cricketer Of The Year SirBloody Idiot's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2004
    Location
    Moving the hole in the o-zone layer
    Posts
    8,552
    KFC Twenty20 Big Bash: South Australia vs. Queensland

    South Australia
    Brett Pelzer (Int.)
    Aiden Blizzard
    Michael Klinger
    Callum Ferguson
    Jamie Smith
    Paul Godwin
    Tom Cooper
    Dan Christian
    Amit Mishra (Int.)
    Shaun Tait
    Peter George

    Queensland
    *James Hopes
    Nathan Reardon
    Lee Carseldine
    Andrew Symonds
    Craig Philipson
    Ben Dunk
    +Chris Hartley
    Chris Simpson
    Chris Swan
    Ryan Harris
    Nathan Rimmington

    IN: Dunk, Philipson
    OUT: Floros (omitted), Raina (India)

    Queensland 5-181 (20 ov)
    Reardon 91 (56)
    Symonds 35 (27)
    Hopes 19 (17)

    Tait 2-40 (4)
    George 2-42 (4)
    Mishra 1-31 (4)

    South Australia 96 all out (11.2 ov)
    Blizzard 43* (25)
    Godwin 18 (11)
    Smith 9 (5)
    Pelser 1 (2)

    Harris 3-14 (3)
    Symonds 3-18 (3)
    Rimmington 2-24 (2)

    Dominant victory to get back on track. Reardon went nuts and took like 19 off a Tait over and got some good support from Symonds. Great for the NRR, too.

    Meanwhile, Australia come back from losing at the 'Gabba to beating England 3-2.
    Last edited by SirBloody Idiot; 03-12-2010 at 04:14 AM.


  5. #20
    International Vice-Captain Noble One's Avatar
    Join Date
    Feb 2008
    Location
    Australia
    Posts
    4,116
    What sort of bowling tactics do you use in the Sheffield Shield? It seems you cannot string two good innings together with the ball.

    Can we perhaps have a stats update of how the Bulls players are travelling?

  6. #21
    Cricketer Of The Year SirBloody Idiot's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2004
    Location
    Moving the hole in the o-zone layer
    Posts
    8,552
    Quote Originally Posted by Noble One View Post
    What sort of bowling tactics do you use in the Sheffield Shield? It seems you cannot string two good innings together with the ball.

    Can we perhaps have a stats update of how the Bulls players are travelling?
    I tend not to actually use many tactics in ICC games because I've always doubted how much impact they have. Maybe I shall have to try next game.

    Mid-season review

    Ryan Broad F
    SS:
    5 matches, 138 runs @ 13.80, 1x50
    RC: 3 matches, 50 runs @ 16.67

    Chris Lynn D
    SS:
    5 matches, 325 @ 32.50, 1x50
    RC: 1 match, 3 @ 3

    Craig Philipson C
    SS: 3 matches, 83 @ 13.83
    RC: 8 matches, 189 @ 27, 3x50
    KFC: 1 match, 13 @ 13

    Nathan Reardon C
    RC: 6 matches, 134 @ 26.80, 1x50
    KFC: 2 matches, 91 @ 45.59, 1x50

    Wade Townsend C+
    SS: 5 matches, 322 @ 32.20, 1x100, 1x50
    RC: 5 matches, 169 @ 42.24, 2x50

    Suresh Raina N/A
    KFC:
    1 match, 18 @ 18

    Ben Dunk D
    SS:
    3 matches, 75 @ 15
    KFC: 1 match, 5 @ n/a

    Chris Hartley C+
    SS:
    5 matches, 191 @ 21.22, 1x50
    RC: 8 matches, 276 @ 55.20, 2x50
    KFC: 2 matches, 10 @ 10

    Lee Carseldine A
    SS:
    5 matches, 493 @ 54.78, 2x100, 3x50
    RC: 8 matches, 243 @ 36.14, 2x50
    KFC: 2 matches, 29 @ 14.50

    Jason Floros C
    RC: 4 matches, 95 @ 23.75
    KFC: 1 match, 0 @ 0

    James Hopes C+
    SS:
    4 matches, 301 runs @ 37.62, 1x100, 1x50
    RC: 7 matches, 153 runs @ 38.25, 1x50
    KFC: 2 matches, 67 @ 33.50
    ODI: 7 matches, 26 @ 8.67

    SS: 6 wickets @ 57.17
    RC: 4 wickets @ 50.25
    KFC: 1 wicket @ 39
    ODI: 8 wickets @ 32

    Chris Simpson B-
    RC:
    8 matches, 88 @ 11
    KFC: 2 matches, 37 @ 37

    RC:
    9 wickets @ 33.89
    KFC: 1 wicket @ 29

    Andrew Symonds N/A
    KFC:
    2 matches, 35 @ 17.5

    KFC: 4 wickets @ 12.50

    Cameron Boyce B
    SS: 5 matches, 20 wickets @ 31.65
    RC: 2 matches, 2 wickets @ 41

    Ben Cutting C-
    SS:
    2 matches, 85 runs @ 28.33

    SS: 6 wickets @ 43.33

    Luke Feldman B+
    SS:
    4 matches, 12 wickets @ 31.83
    RC: 6 matches, 12 wickets @ 19.67

    Ben Laughlin F
    RC: 5 matches, 3 wickets @ 63.33

    Nathan Rimmington D-
    SS: 1 match, 4 wickets @ 36.25
    RC: 3 matches, 0 wickets
    KFC: 2 matches, 3 wickets @ 22.67

    Chris Swan C+
    SS:
    3 matches, 129 @ 43, 1x50
    RC: 8 matches, 148 @ 29.60
    KFC: 2 matches, 4 @ 4

    SS: 5 wickets @ 80
    RC: 10 wickets @ 24.50, RpO: 3.77!
    KFC: 1 wicket @ 46

    Ryan Harris C+
    SS:
    5 matches, 16 wickets @ 37.81
    RC: 6 matches, 7 wickets @ 32.57
    KFC: 2 matches, 6 wickets @ 6.50
    T20I: 7 matches, 9 wickets @ 18.89

    So really, batting is a huge problem because no one can buy any runs in the Shield and I have nfi what to do.
    Last edited by SirBloody Idiot; 03-12-2010 at 04:14 AM.

  7. #22
    Cricketer Of The Year SirBloody Idiot's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2004
    Location
    Moving the hole in the o-zone layer
    Posts
    8,552
    KFC Twenty20 Big Bash: Queensland vs. Tasmania

    Queensland
    *James Hopes
    Nathan Reardon
    Lee Carseldine
    Andrew Symonds
    Craig Philipson
    Chris Simpson
    Ben Dunk
    +Chris Hartley
    Chris Swan
    Ryan Harris
    Nathan Rimmington

    NO CHANGE

    Tasmania
    Anaru Kitchen (Int.)
    Ed Cowan
    *George Bailey
    +Tim Paine
    Alex Doolan
    Michael Dighton
    Luke Butterworth
    Brett Geeves
    Gerard Denton
    Ben Hilfenhaus
    Tim Macdonald

    Queensland 5 for 179 (20 ov)
    Carseldine 50* (38)
    Philipson 42 (25)
    Hopes 29 (27)
    Simpson 24* (9)
    Symonds 12 (9)

    Geeves 2-30 (4)
    Macdonald 2-34 (4)
    Butterworth 1-28 (4)

    Tasmania 85 all out (13.4 ov)
    Kitchen 20 (19)
    Cowan 17 (13)
    Paine 11 (8)

    Swan 5-19 (4)
    Hopes 2-4 (1.4)
    Harris 1-16 (2)

    Queensland won by 94 runs

    Absolute rout. It is such a shame Swan is having a Barry Crocker in the Shield, because he's dynamite in the limited overs stuff. Good contributions from all the batsmen but Carseldine and Philipson set up a good score. Swan then ripped through their middle and lower orders and would have had a hat trick had I given him a slip to Geeves. As it was he snared three in four balls.

    We sit second after three games, but our NRR is massive so if we can get level with Victoria we'll be on top.

    Bad news, though. Andrew Symonds is out for four weeks to effectively end his T20 campaign and compound my frustration at picking both him and Raina!

  8. #23
    Cricketer Of The Year SirBloody Idiot's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2004
    Location
    Moving the hole in the o-zone layer
    Posts
    8,552
    KFC Twenty20 Big Bash: New South Wales vs. Queensland

    Queensland
    *James Hopes
    Nathan Reardon
    Lee Carseldine
    Craig Philipson
    Ben Dunk
    Chris Simpson
    +Chris Hartley
    Jason Floros
    Chris Swan
    Ryan Harris
    Nathan Rimmington

    NO CHANGE

    New South Wales
    Phil Jaques
    *Simon Katich
    Rahul Dewan (Int.)
    Ben Rohrer
    David Warner
    Moises Henriques
    +Peter Nevill
    Nathan Hauritz
    Nathan Bracken
    Stuart Clark
    Trent Copeland

    New South Wales 5 for 163 (20 ov)
    Rohrer 72* (43)
    Katich 51 (37)
    Warner 20 (19)
    Dewan 11 (12)

    Rimmington 2-22 (4)
    Swan 1-31 (4)
    Simpson 1-34 (3)

    Queensland 9 for 157 (20 ov)
    Reardon 52 (42)
    Carseldine 50 (31)
    Dunk 17 (8)

    Copeland 5-25 (4)
    Clark 2-27 (4)
    Henriques 1-26 (4)

    Ugh. We needed 24 off the last three, but Copeland is absurdly good (too good really) and just tore through me. Not a bad effort, though.

    One game left and we sit second. If WA win they'll jump above us, so it'll be on SA to beat NSW to save our blushes.
    Last edited by SirBloody Idiot; 03-12-2010 at 05:16 AM.

  9. #24
    Cricketer Of The Year SirBloody Idiot's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2004
    Location
    Moving the hole in the o-zone layer
    Posts
    8,552
    KFC Twenty20 Big Bash: Queensland vs. Western Australia

    Queensland
    *James Hopes
    Nathan Reardon
    Lee Carseldine
    Craig Philipson
    Ben Dunk
    Chris Simpson
    +Chris Hartley
    Jason Floros
    Chris Swan
    Ryan Harris
    Nathan Rimmington

    NO CHANGE

    Western Australia
    Chirag Pathak (Int.)
    Shaun Marsh
    Yaseen Vallie (Int.)
    Luke Pomersbach
    *Marcus North
    +Luke Ronchi
    David Bandy
    Ashley Noffke
    Steve Magoffin
    Brett Dorey
    Michael Hogan

    Not quite Gayle...

    Western Australia 3 for 168 (20 ov)
    Pomersbach 65* (44)
    Pathak 54 (42)
    North 32 (20)
    Vallie 4 (7)

    Floros 1-19 (3)
    Swan 1-26 (4)
    Harris 0-27 (4)

    Queensland 5 for 166 (20 ov)
    Hopes 80* (61)
    Dunk 28 (23)
    Carseldine 17 (18)

    Dorey 2-28 (4)
    Hogan 1-30 (4)
    Bandy 0-27 (4)

    Western Australia won by 2 runs
    Man of the Match: Luke Pomersbach

    Devastating. Needed just nine off the last over but fell just short. Hopes was awesome as wickets tumbled and after Simpson fell for 15 Hartley needed four off the last ball. ****ing Brett Dorey.

    Meanwhile...

    New South Wales def. South Australia by 49 runs

    Mother****ers!
    Last edited by SirBloody Idiot; 03-12-2010 at 05:38 AM.

  10. #25
    Cricketer Of The Year SirBloody Idiot's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2004
    Location
    Moving the hole in the o-zone layer
    Posts
    8,552
    WA went on to beat NSW and then Victoria to win the final. The Vics posted 4-182 off their 20 overs thanks to Hodge's 69 and McDonald's 48*. WA chased it down with eight wickets in hand and 16 balls to spare as Marsh cracked 93* off 55.

    A McDonald 3.2-0-43-0

    Nice Ronny.

    Sheffield Shield: New South Wales vs. Queensland

    New South Wales
    Phil Jaques
    *Simon Katich
    Ben Rohrer
    Dominic Thornely
    Peter Forrest
    David Warner
    +Brad Haddin
    Nathan Bracken
    Stuart Clark
    Doug Bollinger
    Burt Cockley

    Queensland
    Nathan Reardon
    Wade Townsend
    Lee Carseldine
    Chris Lynn
    +Chris Hartley
    *James Hopes
    Jason Floros (FC debut)
    Chris Swan
    Ryan Harris
    Cameron Boyce
    Scott Walter

    IN: Floros, Reardon, Swan, Walter
    OUT: Broad (omitted), Cutting (omitted), Dunk (omitted), Feldman (injured)

    Wholesale changes here. Broad has had too many chances and is in danger of being cut next year, while Reardon opens up on the back of some good T20 performances and a dearth of options. Floros also gets his chance after a 78 for the 2nd XI.

    New South Wales 1st innings 9 for 490 dec.
    Forrest 183* (421)
    Jaques 90 (156)
    Katich 77 (186)

    Swan 5-104 (43)
    Hopes 2-71 (34)
    Floros 1-5 (3)

    Queensland 1st innings 233 all out
    Reardon 71 (143)
    Hartley 47 (109)
    Carseldine 32 (65)

    Bollinger 5-87 (31)
    Cockley 3-51 (18.2)
    Clark 1-39 (20)
    Bracken 1-40 (24)

    Queensland 2nd innings (following on) 183 all out
    Carseldine 40 (91)
    Hartley 39 (89)
    Townsend 29 (79)

    Clark 3-30 (15)
    Cockley 3-31 (13)
    Bracken 3-43 (18)

    New South Wales won by an innings and 74 runs (NSW 6, Qld 0)

    So NSW do the innings double. Very few positives to come out of this one. Swan bowled OK...

    Worse still, Reardon made a decent to start to his Shield season and is not out for three weeks. Ryan Broad a lucky fella it seems.

  11. #26
    Cricketer Of The Year SirBloody Idiot's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2004
    Location
    Moving the hole in the o-zone layer
    Posts
    8,552
    Ryobi One Day Cup: NSW vs. Qld

    New South Wales
    Phil Jaques
    *Simon Katich
    Usman Khawaja
    Ben Rohrer
    David Warner
    +Peter Nevill
    Nathan Hauritz
    Nathan Bracken
    Stuart Clark
    Doug Bollinger
    Trent Copeland

    Queensland
    +Chris Hartley
    Wade Townsend
    Lee Carseldine
    Chris Lynn
    Craig Philipson
    *James Hopes
    Chris Simpson
    Jason Floros
    Chris Swan
    Ben Cutting
    Luke Feldman

    IN: Cutting, Floros, Lynn
    OUT: Broad (omitted), Harris (omitted), Reardon (injured)

    Harris rested to try to find a little bit of form.

    New South Wales 9 for 199 (50 ov)

    Katich 68 (129)
    Jaques 40 (73)
    Rohrer 32 (18)

    Swan 4-45 (10)
    Feldman 2-37 (10)
    Cutting 1-31 (10)

    Queensland 9 for 199 (50 ov)
    Philipson 65 (68)
    Hopes 26 (43)
    Swan 25 (34)
    Townsend 25 (57)

    Hauritz 3-35 (10)
    Bracken 3-40 (10)
    Copeland 1-22 (10)

    Match tied (NSW 2, Qld 2)
    Man of the Match: Chris Swan


    Gutted. Need one of the last ball and Swanny got trapped lbw.

    We now sit four points out of a spot in the final with everyone having two games to play. We have to win both and hope for a miracle because the NRR is non-existent.

  12. #27
    Cricketer Of The Year SirBloody Idiot's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2004
    Location
    Moving the hole in the o-zone layer
    Posts
    8,552
    Sheffield Shield: Tasmania vs. Queensland

    Tasmania
    Mark Cosgrove
    Ed Cowan
    Ricky Ponting
    *George Bailey
    Travis Birt
    +Tim Paine
    Alex Doolan
    Luke Butterworth
    Brett Geeves
    Gerard Denton
    Ben Hilfenhaus

    Queensland
    +Chris Hartley
    Wade Townsend
    Lee Carseldine
    Chris Lynn
    Craig Philipson
    *James Hopes
    Chris Swan
    Ryan Harris
    Cameron Boyce
    Luke Feldman
    Scott Walter

    IN: Feldman, Philipson
    OUT: Floros (omitted), Reardon

    Massive risk because that is a huuuge tail.

    Queensland 1st innings 268 all out
    Townsend 71 (201)
    Lynn 53 (109)
    Hopes 48 (80)

    Butterworth 4-60 (21)
    Denton 3-74 (21)
    Hilfenhaus 2-53 (24.3)

    Tasmania 1st innings 384 all out
    Ponting 109 (173)
    Paine 80 (147)
    Cosgrove 45 (93)

    Swan 6-73 (28)
    Boyce 2-52 (18)
    Feldman 2-73 (25)

    Queensland 2nd innings 314 all out
    Townsend 85 (296)
    Hopes 62 (106)
    Harris 39 (86)

    Hilfenhaus 7-75 (32.2)
    Geeves 2-71 (31)
    Butterworth 1-74 (31)

    Tasmania 2nd innings (Target: 199) 2 for 92
    Cosgrove 41* (116)
    Bailey 34* (49)
    Cowan 15 (30)
    Ponting 0 (9)

    Swan 1-12 (11)
    Feldman 1-15 (7)

    Match drawn (Tas 2, Qld 0)
    Man of the Match: Wade Townsend

    Another uninspired bowling display and batting display. Basically Swan, Feldman and Boyce are all contributing, but Harris and Walter aren't taking wickets. I might bring Rimmington back into the fold because he's taking wickets elsewhere.

    Townsend and Hopes held the batting together which is good because considering Carseldine failed we made a couple of good scores. I'll go back to just four bowlers next game so Dunk will probably come back in. Hartley failed at the top, but he'll have to stay there until Reardon is fit.

  13. #28
    Cricketer Of The Year SirBloody Idiot's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2004
    Location
    Moving the hole in the o-zone layer
    Posts
    8,552
    Ryobi One-Day Cup: Tasmania vs. Queensland

    Tasmania
    Mark Cosgrove
    Ed Cowan
    Ricky Ponting
    *George Bailey
    Travis Birt
    +Tim Paine
    Luke Butterworth
    Brett Geeves
    Gerard Denton
    Ben Hilfenhaus
    Tim Macdonald

    Queensland
    +Chris Hartley
    Wade Townsend
    Lee Carseldine
    Chris Lynn
    Craig Philipson
    *James Hopes
    Chris Simpson
    Jason Floros
    Chris Swan
    Ben Cutting
    Luke Feldman

    NO CHANGE

    Queensland 9 for 235 (50 ov)

    Philipson 68 (71)
    Townsend 54 (75)
    Hopes 51 (50)

    Denton 5-45 (10)
    Macdonald 2-38 (10)
    Geeves 1-49 (10)

    Tasmania 207 all out (44.5 ov)
    Cosgrove 43 (54)
    Butterworth 35 (47)
    Bailey 26 (38)
    Ponting 0 (2)

    Hopes 3-43 (10)
    Floros 2-21 (6)
    Simpson 2-30 (6)

    Queensland won by 28 runs
    Man of the Match: James Hopes


    Hopes WAG. He and Philipson were great for 103 for the fifth wicket and set up a competitive total, though fairly low. They dug us out of the 4-103 hole at the thirty over mark, though.

    Tassie started off well with fifty for the first wicket between Cossie and Cowan before Feldman removed Cowan and then Ponting in three balls. Feldman nailed Ponting for a duck second innings of the Shield game and again here, so that's pretty sweet.

    The win is all for nought, though, as with a game to play we sit seven points away from WA and NSW who are 1 and 2 respectively. The final game vs. Victoria is to deny them a spot in the final and to finish outright third. We cannot finish lower than fourth regardless of the result.

    Also, Luke Feldman has been picked for Australia for the World Cup! A very worthy inclusion, I must say. He's been a standout this year with 16 wickets at a touch under twenty and will be a solid backup option.
    Last edited by SirBloody Idiot; 04-12-2010 at 02:23 AM.

  14. #29
    Cricketer Of The Year SirBloody Idiot's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2004
    Location
    Moving the hole in the o-zone layer
    Posts
    8,552
    Ryobi One-Day Cup: Queensland vs. Victoria

    Queensland
    +Chris Hartley
    Wade Townsend
    Lee Carseldine
    Chris Lynn
    Craig Philipson
    *James Hopes
    Chris Simpson
    Jason Floros
    Chris Swan
    Ben Cutting
    Ben Laughlin

    IN: Laughlin
    OUT: Feldman (Australia)

    Victoria
    Chris Rogers
    Nick Jewell
    *David Hussey
    +Mathew Wade
    Aaron Finch
    Andrew McDonald
    Rob Quiney
    Damien Wright
    James Pattinson
    Mark Cleary
    Dirk Nannes

    Victoria 240 all out (48.3 ov)
    Quiney 52 (64)
    McDonald 38 (48)
    Wright 36 (21)

    Swan 4-30 (8.3)
    Simpson 3-50 (10)
    Hopes 2-61 (10)

    Queensland 7 for 241 (46.4 ov)
    Philipson 94 (115)
    Townsend 80 (101)
    Hartley 17 (13)

    McDonald 3-52 (10)
    Wright 2-33 (10)
    Nannes 2-56 (10)

    Queensland won by three wickets (Qld 4, Vic 0)
    Man of the Match: Chris Swan


    Pretty much a two man show in our chase as Townsend and Philipson put on 147 for the fourth wicket. Townsend has been a revalation at the top of the order in the Ryobi Cup this year. His strike rate has been a bit low, but he's made four fifties from eight innings and been a rock. Philipson came back from an awful start to average over 40 with six fifties from 10 innings. Just needed to convert a few more to make this a massive couple of years for the vet.

    Swan completes another great limited overs year and I hope he can grab a few wickets in the Shield to end the season. We end up in third with 5 wins, 4 losses and a tie - same as 2009-10 - and I'd say it has been pretty successful after an awful start.

  15. #30
    Cricketer Of The Year SirBloody Idiot's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jan 2004
    Location
    Moving the hole in the o-zone layer
    Posts
    8,552
    Ryobi One-Day Cup: Queensland vs. Victoria

    Queensland
    +Chris Hartley
    Wade Townsend
    Lee Carseldine
    Chris Lynn
    Craig Philipson
    *James Hopes
    Chris Swan
    Ryan Harris
    Cameron Boyce
    Luke Feldman
    Scott Walter

    IN: Cutting, Floros
    OUT: Feldman (Australia), Harris (omitted)

    Harris has been a joke this season and had to go!

    Victoria
    Nick Jewell
    Rob Quiney
    *David Hussey
    +Mathew Wade
    Aaron Finch
    Andrew McDonald
    Michael Hill
    Robin Kitson
    Damien Wright
    Mark Cleary
    Bryce McGain

    Victoria 1st innings 542 all out
    Hussey 241 (446)
    Jewell 65 (219)
    Wade 59 (126)

    Swan 4-107 (40.5)
    Walter 2-85 (26)
    Boyce 2-114 (33)

    Queensland 1st innings 286 all out
    Floros 150* (219)
    Cutting 35 (88)
    Hopes 27 (65)

    McGain 4-88 (28)
    Wright 4-98 (29)
    Jewell 1-11 (1)

    Queensland 2nd innings (following on) 321 all out
    Townsend 145* (371)
    Hartley 61 (78)
    Carseldine 32 (117)

    Cleary 4-72 (26.1)
    Wright 3-74 (32)
    McDonald 2-62 (23)

    Match drawn (Vic 2, Qld 0)

    Man very few positives here. The big one was obviously Jason Floros who, in just his third FC innings, cracked 150* from seven having come to the crease at 5-39. An utterly amazing knock from the young man who also picked up his first FC wicket (Jewell). Townsend also played a fantastic rearguard, but watched as we collapsed from 3-264 to 321 all out. Didn't matter, as we were all out last over of the day.

    After 8 matches we sit far behind in last with 0 wins, 4 losses and 4 draws. Awful Shield season.

Page 2 of 5 FirstFirst 1234 ... LastLast


Thread Information

Users Browsing this Thread

There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests)

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •