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    While i'm in the mood, here's Cricket Web's Super Cup Campaign - in its entirity

    Surrey 304-3 (Ramprakash 144*, Thorpe 83) beat The Web (303-9) by seven wickets.
    Web team:
    Eclipse(15), Bennett(0), Jellett (45), Bluefox(73), Weber(5), Cloete(43, 0-37 off 4) Richards (55, 0-40 off 4), Buggsy M (45, 0-47 off 8), Chapman (7, 1-58 off 9), Nath(7*, 1- 68 off 10 ), Pickup (4*, 1-51 off 10)

    Credible batting performance against a strong side, bowling rank, Nath went for 17 from his first over.

    The Web (226all out) beat Essex (198 all out) by 28 runs
    Team: Brad Smith (25), Bennett(36), Jellett(62), Bluefox (1), Weber(7), BK Smith (52), Kearsley (21, 7-1-22-1), Richards(5, 9-1-49-2), Chapman (3, 10-1-52-2), Hall (10, 7-1-32-2), Pickup(0*, 8.3-0-44-3)

    Middlebrook got MOM as he nearly stole it with 51* of 44 but a good performance overall, Dylan and Pickup did well.

    Kent (169-6) beat the Web(168 All out) by 4 wickets. Ealham MOM
    Team: Vimes (5) Ferd (1) Jellett (0) Nichani (21) Gray (5) BK Smith (33) Cloete (3, 8-0-38-2) B Malone(63, 5-0-25-0) Halsey(17, 10-1-42-3) Hall(0,5-0-22-0) Wright (2*, 7.1-0-42-1)

    Abysmal batting apart from Buggsy, Halsey bowled well

    Sussex 208-2, beat The Web (206 all out) by 8 wickets: MOM Montgomerie

    Team: Chaulk(0) Blewy(13) Brad Smith(7) Craze(55) Age Master(31) BK Smith (4) Cloete(13,10-0-58-0) B Malone (31, 10-2-48-1) Halsey(26,10-0-34-0) Hall(1, 7.2-0-38-0) Mr Wright(17*of 5, 7-1-30-1 )

    It gets worse and worse, at least 50 short then poor bowling, Super Cup Hopes gone.

    Hants (198-6) beat the Web (167 all out) by 31 runs: Kendall 61* MOM
    Team:Bennett(25) Smith(0) Nichani(14) Bluefox(29) Jellett(11) Smith (21) Richards(6, 10-1-34-1) Kearsley(5, 10-2-43-2) Chapman(10, 10-1-57-1) Nath(35*,10-1-35-0) Pickup(7, 10-2-29-2)

    A much bette bowling performance but batting rubbish again, special mention to Nath for 35* of 17, Pickup bowled well.

    out of the Super Cup, we have yet to gell, but the real aim is CC Promotion and our FC form is a lot better.

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    Cricket Web's next match was a four day friendly against the tourists Sri Lanka -a turning pitch was selected with Cloete, Pickup and Richards expected to feature heavily. But the toss didnt go to plan and Sri Lanka batted first, the bowler's , aprt from Cloete who took 4, struggled and Attapattu, S De Silva and Dharmasena scored fifties as Sri Lanka scored 416.

    Bennett, Gray, Weber and both Smith's were soon back in the hutch and the Web were 66-5. Enter Cloete(73) to Join the majestic Bluefox and it was 173 runs before the partnership could be broken - Bluefox went on to score a magnificent unbeaten 168 as CW recovered to 347 all out after tea on day 3.

    Sri Lanka were then reduced to 86-5 with each bowler chipping in before declaring after lunch on 103-5

    The web only had 20 overs to bat but it was enough to lose 4 wickets, gray hitting 22* as the Web claimed a creditable draw.

    MOM Bluefox
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    Congrats to Dylan Jellett who has been selected for England

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    this is good.! go webbers
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    This looks interesting, I will keep an eye on this and stay involved from now on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by superkingdave
    Congrats to Dylan Jellett who has been selected for England
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    this is great and im getting runs which makes it even better.

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    Up the webbers! Reasonable stuff so far in the season, I hope we can get promotion in the CC at least
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    Next Matches were a CC and a NL vs Northants.

    D Jellett was on England duty and scored 13 and 72 on debut but Sri Lanka won by 2 wickets.

    Rueben Thomas was still injured and he was joined on the sidelines by Scott Craze who's hamstring injury would keep him out for a month.

    The web lost the toss and were put into bat in overcast conditions, Ricaldo Anderson got Vimes for a golden an ripped through the top order to leave the web 51-6. BK Smith(51) and Kearsley(40) took the Web to respectability but the score of 186 was still very poor.

    Take one man out of Northants reply and the Web would have had a lead, as it was the mercenary Michael Hussey's 211 was enough to give Northants a huge lead, one which look larger once Ferd, Bluefox and Sam Vimes had gone cheaply. Age Maester(65) and Jamee Gray(76) put on 75 but the Andrew Cloete's marshalling of the tail proved supreme as he scored an unbeaten century to at least give some hope. Northant were set 158 to win and lost 3 quick wickets but Sales hit an unbeaten 50 to see them home by 6 wickets.
    MOM (unsurprisingly Hussey)

    The web were hoping for a better performance in the one day game, and it got off to a much better start with captain Chaulk winning the toss and batting on a good day. Anderson again whipped out the top order, another poor start to a cricket web innings to leave them 3 down for 21. Enter Jamee Gray, forging partnerships of 89 with Bluefox(47) and an unbeaten centruy stand with Tarick Weber (46not out) Gray scored a brilliant century to take the Web to a competitive 220-4.
    The opening bowlers then kept it tight early on before the spinners strangled the life out of northants, Halsey, Chapman and Cloete took 8 between them as Northants were bowled out 25 short - MOM Gray
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    C & G Trophy- 3rd Round vs Essex

    Cricket Web 207-7 lost to Essex 208-4 by 6 wickets

    Only week into the season an out of two competitions already not a great start. Lost the toss again, put in to bat 9-3 and 47-5 says it all, all we could do was get our heads down and a great innings from Weber(70) made it respectable. IN reply Essex got a great start and never looked back although Thomas returned from injury to take 3 wickets in his first match

    Team: Eclipse (2), Chaulk (3), Richards (1 ,2 -0-16-0),Fox (0), Gray(16), Weber(70) Cloete(28, 7.2-1-28-1), Malone (47, 5-0-30-0) Nath (19, 5-1-36-0) Halsey (DNB, 7-0-31-0) Thomas (DNB, 10-0-63-3)

    cIRCKET wEB 238-5 beat Lancashire 237-5 by 5 wickets-MOM Gray
    Putting the dissapontment aside, the boys travelled to Old Trafford where they would face the tough Lancashire side. Another toss was lost but the openers kept things tight and Chilton was run out, Law was out first ball to Nath, Thomas continued his rehabilitation with another 2 wickets, but Lloyds 76* helped Lancs to a good 237-5. A much better start was had by Cricket Web with Eclipse(33) and Richards(27) keepiking up with the runrate. When they went Bluefox and Jamee Gray took over and Bluefox was only out for (60 when victory was in sight. Another incredible performance from Gray had him 89* at the finish.

    Team: Eclipse(33), Chaulk(4), Richards (27, 6-0-40-0), Bluefox(50), Gray(89*) Weber(18) Cloete (14*, 8-0-41-0) Malone(DNB, 7-0-24-0) Nath(DNB, 7-2-20-1) Halsey(DNB, 8-0-49-1) Thomas (DNB, 9-0-52-2)

    I'll probably post like this from now on as the pictures take up too much room, apart from special occassions.

    PS. Dylan Jellett was inexplicably dropped by England for the Second Test, however he was replaced by the in form Jamee Gray

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    This looks very good - I'm interested.

    One problem - how are we going to gel if we keep swapping the team around? Also, the team doesn't appear to be being picked on merit, everyone is getting a game instead. You did state it, but CWXI isn't run that way, and I don't think this should be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Halsey
    This looks very good - I'm interested.

    One problem - how are we going to gel if we keep swapping the team around? Also, the team doesn't appear to be being picked on merit, everyone is getting a game instead. You did state it, but CWXI isn't run that way, and I don't think this should be.

    Just what I think.
    The team will probably settle down now, early on i wanted to give every one a few games, to find out peoples abilities. Although matches played still comes into account, the best players(and taking form into account) will be playing from now on(although our openers all appear to be pretty rubbish so far ) I will also have to take in to account the people who are interested (as CW XI does)

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    OK fine, go for it.

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    One more before the football starts...

    Jamee on England Duty, scored 22 and 29, England lost by 120 runs

    Cricket Web 266 and 491/9 declared drew with Durham 358 and 189-8

    Poor first innings effort, losing early wickets with only Jellett's 58 from the top order. Looked like a very poor score until a last wicket stand of 55 between Halsey (32*) and Thomas (50) rescued the Web.

    Durham cruised to 244-3 with Thorpe scoring an unbeaten century before Chapman destroyed the rest of the side, taking 6-71 to leave the, with a 88 run lead.

    The early loss of Chaulk was expected, but then Nichani and Eclipse destrpyed the bowling in a stand of 277. Eclipse scored 161 and Nichani 185 before the Web collapsed from 447/3 to 465/9 as everyone tried to slog it, Halsey then hit 22* from 10 balls as they delcared an hour before lunch.

    The spinners opended the bolwing and Halsey struck twice as they were three down before lunch. Gough and Thorpe then hit half centuries before a flurry of wickets for Chapman and Halsey in the evening seesion left them 8 down with 5 overs left, but the spinners couldn't get the breakthrough and Durham secured the draw.
    Team:
    Eclipse(10 & 161) Chaulk(17 &21), NIchani (4 & 185) Bluefox(23 & 21) D Jellett(58 &32) Weber(3 &2) Cloete (26 & 0, 35-8-95-2 & 9-2-19-0) Malone (19 & 1, 11-1-40-0 & 12-2-20-1) Thomas (50 & 11*, 25-4-97-2 & 8-1-29-0) Chapman(5 & 8, 25.3-7-71-6 & 23-7-45-3) Halsey (32* & 22*, 25-9-47-0 & 33-7-65-4)

    MOM Nichani

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    We were on top there, well played lads, pleased with my own performance.

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