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    Ryobi One-Day Cup Final: Western Australia vs. New South Wales

    Western Australia 9 for 226 (50 ov)

    Pomersbach 70 (95)
    Robinson 36 (47)
    Bandy 26 (22)

    Henriques 4-37 (10)
    Copeland 2-34 (10)
    Lee 2-70 (10)

    New South Wales 2 for 228 (41.4 ov)
    Khawaja 106* (109)
    Katich 73 (99)
    Jaques 25 (31)

    Dorey 1-50 (10)
    Hogan 1-52 (8)

    New South Wales win by 8 wickets
    Man of the Match: Usman Khawaja


    Must have been a fair effort from Uzzie.
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    Jaques and his 25 off 3 was more impressive.

    I can imagine your going to hit the free-player listing hard at year-end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noble One View Post
    Jaques and his 25 off 3 was more impressive.

    I can imagine your going to hit the free-player listing hard at year-end.
    Fixed now.

    Pretty much, yeah. Broad has busted his way back into the Shield side with some good 2nd team performances but could get cut based on the way he's played. But yeah, need to bring in some good players.

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    Sheffield Shield: Tasmania vs. Queensland

    Queensland
    Ryan Broad
    Wade Townsend
    Nathan Reardon
    Chris Lynn
    +Chris Hartley
    *James Hopes
    Jason Floros
    Chris Swan
    Ben Cutting
    Cameron Boyce
    Scott Walter

    IN:
    Broad, Reardon
    OUT: Carseldine, Philipson

    Carseldine has fallen away completely this season, so I'll sit him out til next year.

    South Australia

    Aiden Blizzard
    Daniel Harris
    *Michael Klinger
    Callum Ferguson
    Jamie Smith
    Tom Cooper
    Daniel Christian
    +Tim Ludeman
    Cullen Bailey
    Peter George
    Ben Edmondson

    South Australia 1st innings 187 all out
    Smith 44 (89)
    Ludeman 42 (108)
    Blizzard 25 (60)

    Cutting 5-75 (22.2)
    Swan 4-39 (25)
    Hopes 1-23 (10)

    Queensland 1st innings 304 all out
    Reardon 85 (172)
    Hartley 84 (147)
    Hopes 50 (132)

    Bailey 4-38 (19)
    Edmondson 3-108 (31.2)
    Christian 2-68 (24)

    South Australia 2nd innings 360 all out
    Blizzard 133 (224)
    Smith 63 (137)
    Christian 50 (115)

    Cutting 6-79 (26.3)
    Hopes 1-45 (12)
    Boyce 1-52 (17)

    Queensland 2nd innings (Target: 244) 9 for 247
    Hartley 61* (136)
    Broad 40 (83)
    Townsend 32 (91)

    George 3-47 (21)
    Christian 3-50 (18)
    Edmondson 2-99 (23)

    Queensland won by one wicket (Qld 6, SA 0)
    Man of the Match: Chris Hartley



    I'm ashamed to admit it, but for the first time in my life I lost my **** over ICC. We needed about 130 in the last session with Hopes and Hartley in but fell apart a bit. Until Hartley added 30 with Swan and 67 with Cutting and gave us a real sniff. I love my lower order. Boyce fell first ball of the last over of the match with just one needed, leaving Walter five balls to score the winning run. He blocked out four before cutting George to the boundary off the last ball of the match to win by a wicket. Insane insane insane performance, and we don't go winless!

    Man of the match is officially Cutting, but Hartley saved my arse twice so **** it.


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    Well yeah Tendy is probably better than Bradman, but Bradman was 70 years ago, if he grew up in the modern era he'd still easily be the best. Though he wasn't, can understand the argument for Tendy even though I don't agree.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flem274* View Post
    Chris Hartley WAG
    He was a bit **** for most of the year, but has come good.

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    Sheffield Shield: Queensland vs. Western Australia

    Queensland
    Wade Townsend
    Ryan Broad
    Nathan Reardon
    Chris Lynn
    +Chris Hartley
    *James Hopes
    Jason Floros
    Chris Swan
    Ben Cutting
    Cameron Boyce
    Scott Walter

    NO CHANGE


    Western Australia
    Shaun Marsh
    Wes Robinson
    Adam Voges
    *Marcus North
    Luke Pomersbach
    +Luke Ronchi
    Michael Swart
    David Bandy
    Steve Magoffin
    Brett Knowles
    Brett Dorey

    Queensland 1st innings 343 all out
    Lynn 97 (148)
    Hartley 72 (146)
    Boyce 65* (121)

    Knowles 3-92 (28)
    Magoffin 2-54 (22)
    Bandy 2-92 (24)

    Western Australia 1st innings 433 all out
    Pomersbach 88 (150)
    North 80 (144)
    Magoffin 58* (110)
    Dorey 47 (70)

    Swan 4-70 (29)
    Floros 3-51 (11.4)
    Boyce 2-82 (28)

    Queensland 2nd innings 293 all out
    Reardon 113 (244)
    Broad 48 (96)
    Lynn 39 (41)

    Knowles 6-78 (24)
    Dorey 2-49 (20)
    North 1-39 (15)

    Western Australia 2nd innings (Target: 203) 0 for 104
    Robinson 61* (99)
    Marsh 36 (101)

    Match drawn (WA 2, Qld 0)
    Man of the Match: Nathan Reardon


    Disappointing end to a poor Shield year for us and we finish last. Reardon a real shining light along with Lynn, but other than that not much to be happy with. The 87-run stand between Magoffin and Dorey killed me.

    I'll post some season recaps soon.

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    Sheffield Shield Final: Tasmania vs. Western Australia

    Western Australia 1st innings 223 all out
    North 48 (92)
    David 46 (88)
    Voges 27 (58)

    Hilfenhaus 4-68 (18.4)
    Geeves 4-68 (18)
    Denton 1-39 (14)

    Tasmania 1st innings 391 all out
    Paine 133 (304)
    Doolan 63 (110)
    Cowan 55 (79)

    Bandy 3-103 (33)
    Knowles 3-112 (33)
    Magoffin 2-71 (26)

    Western Australia 2nd innings 321 all out
    Voges 156* (358)
    North 48 (68)
    Bandy 37 (67)

    Hilfenhaus 3-82 (31)
    Butterworth 2-67 (29)
    Geeves 2-74 (30.1)

    Tasmania 2nd innings (Target: 153) 128 all out
    Doolan 35 (58)
    Rogers 21 (69)
    Butterworth 16 (30)

    Knowles 6-31 (13)
    North 1-1 (1)
    Magoffin 1-27 (12)

    Western Australia won by 25 runs
    Man of the Match: Adam Voges


    Wow.

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    2010-11 Sheffield Shield







    ACA four-day team of the year:
    Simon Katich (NSW), Phil Jaques (NSW), David Hussey (Vic), Adam Voges (WA), Marcus North (WA, capt), Travis Birt (Tas), Luke Ronchi (WA, wk), Damien Wright (Vic), Brad Knowles (WA), Bryce McGain (Vic), Ben Hilfenhaus (Tas), 12th Man: David Bandy (WA)

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    2010-11 Ryobi One-Day Cup



    Queensland statistics (including Queensland v Sri Lankans)





    ACA one-day team of the year: Usman Khawaja (NSW), Rob Quiney (Vic), Craig Philipson (Qld), Ben Rohrer (NSW), Cameron White (Vic, capt), Chris Hartley (Qld, wk), David Bandy (WA), Chris Swan (Qld), Stuart Clark (NSW), Trent Copeland (NSW), Dirk Nannes (Vic), 12th Man: Mark Cleary (Vic)

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    Had a much better time of it in the OD stuff
    Looks like you could really benefit from a strike bowler in FC

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    2010-11 KFC Twenty20 Big Bash



    Queensland statistics





    ACA Twenty20 team of the year: Shaun Marsh (WA), James Hopes (Qld, capt), Brad Hodge (Vic), Luke Pomersbach (WA), Steve Smith (NSW), Moises Henriques (NSW), Matthew Wade (Vic, wk), Damien Wright (Vic), Amit Mishra (SA), Shaun Tait (SA), Trent Copeland (NSW), 12th Man: Luke Butterworth (Tas)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcuss View Post
    Had a much better time of it in the OD stuff
    Looks like you could really benefit from a strike bowler in FC
    Yeah definately. The one day team was fine, but the four-day game was a disaster. Harris was such a let down - him firing with Feldman and Swan would have been fine.

    Compounding a **** day of cricket:

    World Cup Final: Australia vs. England

    England 206 all out (49.1 ov)

    Taylor 103 (111)
    Pietersen 43 (63)
    Sidebottom 12 (19)

    Hastings 4-54 (10)
    White 3-42 (9.1)
    Johnson 1-34 (10)

    Australia 75 all out (27 ov)
    White 18 (20)
    Hughes 18 (34)
    Cosgrove 10 (26)

    Sidebottom 4-20 (4)
    Anderson 3-18 (7)
    Davies 2-1 (3)

    England won by 131 runs
    Man of the Match: James Taylor


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    Well no one any good came to Queensland...

    2011-12 Queensland Bulls Squad
    James Hopes (captain)
    Chris Hartley (vice captain)
    Ryan Broad
    Chris Lynn
    Craig Philipson
    Nathan Reardon
    Wade Townsend
    Jonathan Wells
    Archie Atkins
    Ben Dunk
    Lee Carseldine
    Jason Floros
    Chris Simpson
    Cameron Boyce
    Ben Cutting
    Luke Feldman
    Nathan Rimmington
    Chris Swan
    Scott Walter
    Ryan Harris
    Grant Sullivan

    IN: Atkins, Sullivan, Wells
    OUT: Laughlin, Raina, Symonds

    Walter and Broad really lucky to keep their spots, but there just wasn't much else on offer. Jonathan Wells was cut by Tasmania before last season, tried his luck in Victoria and didn't get picked and now gets a look in here on the back of some good second team form. He's a young opening bat. Archie Atkins earns a spot of Glen the Bat and is also a right handed opening bat. Grant Sullivan, meanwhile, has ten FC games for Queensland with 16 wickets @ 66. He gets another chance, though, by earning his contract through good performances out of the state side.

    Luke Feldman is on tour with the national side but made two appearances against Sri Lanka in ODIs in the off-season. He took 2-99 in his 20 overs all told - his first wicket Mahela Jayawardene. On tour in South Africa he made his debut in the third test. Australia lost, but Feldman took 1-15 and 1-11 and was woefully underbowled. He nailed Elgar and Amla.
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    Ryobi One-Day Cup: Queensland vs. New South Wales

    Queensland
    Archie Atkins (OD debut)
    Wade Townsend
    Lee Carseldine
    Nathan Reardon
    Craig Philipson
    +Chris Hartley
    *James Hopes
    Chris Simpson
    Chris Swan
    Ryan Harris
    Nathan Rimmington

    New South Wales
    Usman Khawaja
    *Simon Katich
    Chris Flynn
    Ben Rohrer
    David Warner
    Moises Henriques
    +Peter Nevill
    Joshua O'Connor
    Stuart Clark
    Mark Cameron
    Doug Bollinger

    Queensland 158 all out (38 ov)
    Simpson 26 (21)
    Harris 24* (28)
    Hopes 21 (25)

    Bollinger 5-40 (10)
    Cameron 3-28 (9)
    O'Connor 1-18 (5)

    New South Wales 4 for 160 (42.5 ov)
    Khawaja 43 (102)
    Flynn 34 (46)
    Warner 29* (36)

    Harris 2-30 (10)
    Simpson 2-26 (8)

    New South Wales won by six wickets (NSW 4, Qld 0)

    Not an ideal start to the season with an awful batting display. NSW have a ridiculously good bowling attack and the top order fell apart to 6-67. We did well to make how little we did, and the result was never in doubt. Bowling was disciplined and kept them away from the BP.

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