I'll probably just play my youths again so you'll definitely be favourite to win.
Hey Bob, you wouldn't happen to have a copy of the post that got you banned would you? They're raving about it in Bangladesh I always miss the good stuff.
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Batting - Top Order: 7,481 5,962
Batting - Middle Order: 6,111 6,116
Batting - Tail: 3,429 1,499
Bowling - Seam: 7,225 (6) 7,484 (6)
Bowling - Spin: 9,161 (4) 8,266 (4)
Fielding/Keeping: 5,609 5,060
Overall: 121,480 106,971
Just won this match by 65 runs.... over 15k ratings higher team
Blackcaps vs Kingfisher
End of over 32 (8 runs) - Killers Cricket Club(226-1) RR 7.06
A. Anneveld 94 (95b) , P. Ellis 61 (49b) , A. Shahroon 6-0-41-0
Going really well ATM, hopefully we can make 350+ with these two tonning up and hopefully being not out.
Absolutely owned them.
They need a miracle and more to win this.
End of over 50 (12 runs) - Killers Cricket Club(433-2) RR 8.66
J. Sivaraman 49 (21b) , P. Ellis 152 (100b) , F. Murad 10-0-97-1
Anneveld went for 160 off 132, BTW.
High Places vs Blackcaps
Blackcaps won the toss and elects to bat on greenish pitch..looks like earlobe's team will struggle against me today
I think we'll do okay, not sure if we can win though. Apart from Agarkar my whole bowling attack will be going to the world cup this season. Two are spinners, but Voigt is a gun on any pitch. Because it's a green pitch I put both of my mediums on aggressive for both spells, I hope that doesn't backfire.
I'm not too confident with my batting.
Jessie Hogg just scored a boundary...powerful striker .. Vink is sufering in pain
I think I'll regret those aggressive orders.
Lucky. If I got that wicket I'd be on top.
End of over 14 (3 runs) - Blackcaps(61-1) RR 4.36
R. Ditchmen 0 (2b) , J. Hogg 34 (49b) , W. Voigt 2-0-6-1
13.6 . Voigt to Ditchmen : [dropped] Watching from here I'll confidently say that Otieno should have caught that. Back to the drawing board.
13.5 . Voigt to Ditchmen : [great fielding] de Vreeze manages to get a foot down just in time to stop the ball.
13.4 W Voigt to Rickman : This has to be close...and he's gone! Rickman padded up to a ball that spun viciously out of the rough and could only watch in horror as it struck him in front of off stump.
G. Rickman lbw b. W. Voigt 18 (36b 0x4 0x6) SR:50.00
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