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    High Places won by 5 wickets

    End of over 39 (5 runs) - High Places(208-5) RR 5.33
    E. Obe 87 (110b) , A. de Vreeze 17 (12b) , A. Noble 7.3-1-42-1

    High Places Scaly Piscine CC
    Batting - Top Order: 5,637 7,038
    Batting - Middle Order: 5,233 5,758
    Batting - Tail: 3,342 2,762
    Bowling - Seam: 6,858 (6) 5,679 (4)
    Bowling - Spin: 7,638 (4) 5,510 (6)
    Fielding/Keeping: 5,453 5,695
    Overall: 105,715 104,438

    Our bowling sucked today but Earl Obe batted very well to bring us home.

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    What is the debt rules in this game. I for 74k at present. There a few blokes that I;m about to sell once they pop. But just wondering when I need to throw them on the market, once we in negative or is minus 300k or something?
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    Once you go into debt it'll just take away from your academy investments until your balance is back at $0. I've been there a couple of times but I always got back into the green before the finance update.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EARLOBE View Post
    High Places won by 5 wickets

    End of over 39 (5 runs) - High Places(208-5) RR 5.33
    E. Obe 87 (110b) , A. de Vreeze 17 (12b) , A. Noble 7.3-1-42-1

    High Places Scaly Piscine CC
    Batting - Top Order: 5,637 7,038
    Batting - Middle Order: 5,233 5,758
    Batting - Tail: 3,342 2,762
    Bowling - Seam: 6,858 (6) 5,679 (4)
    Bowling - Spin: 7,638 (4) 5,510 (6)
    Fielding/Keeping: 5,453 5,695
    Overall: 105,715 104,438

    Our bowling sucked today but Earl Obe batted very well to bring us home.
    Wow what a shock my batsmen paced it so I lost comfortably despite having a near perfect innings...
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    End of over 32 (16 runs) - Killers Cricket Club(225-3) RR 7.03
    K. Nandin 4 (1b) , P. Ellis 67 (50b) , S. Maqsood 6-0-55-1

    Just lost a batsman last over unforunately, Ellis is one of my best 2 batsman, the other went after making a half century, so Ellis needs to go on.

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    Just a quick question, do players retire, stay there until you get rid of them, or just die off and disappear without a trace?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jakester1288 View Post
    Just a quick question, do players retire, stay there until you get rid of them, or just die off and disappear without a trace?
    They retire at a certain age, but I can't remember which, and keep their statistics for people to see, like this guy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NZTailender View Post
    They retire at a certain age, but I can't remember which, and keep their statistics for people to see, like this guy.
    WTF, who retires at 20?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jakester1288 View Post
    WTF, who retires at 20?
    He was fired, but the effect is the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZTailender View Post
    He was fired, but the effect is the same.
    Ah, so instead of them having the message that they are looking to start a country pub in Battrick, they remain in the system somewhere as a retired player? Or in your team?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jakester1288 View Post
    Ah, so instead of them having the message that they are looking to start a country pub in Battrick, they remain in the system somewhere as a retired player? Or in your team?
    They remain in the system as a retired player, so you can still see their stats, and they're included in your teams statistics list for the seasons they played and for all time stats, but they're not apart of your squad of course.

    I haven't had a player retire yet so I can't say *exactly* what happens, if you get a message or not, but I imagine you would.

    Edit: this thread might help: http://www.fromthepavilion.org/forum...etire*#p329081

    Edit 2: turns out there is no mandatory retirement age
    Last edited by NZTailender; 21-09-2009 at 05:09 PM.

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    What level for power do you think is god to stop training a player in altogether?

    Considering it's faster in the mid-20s, I have a 25 year old who just popped to outstanding. I was going to shift back to his primaries for good but can't help but wonder if I should squeeze in one more power pop?

    Eidt: is a medium pace all-rounder.

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    I wouldn't have gone that high for a 25yo, unless they had seriously high primaries. You have to think of long term where it basically makes as much sense to train power in the late 20s as it does in the mid 20s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scaly piscine View Post
    I wouldn't have gone that high for a 25yo, unless they had seriously high primaries. You have to think of long term where it basically makes as much sense to train power in the late 20s as it does in the mid 20s.
    True, true. Will just do bowling training from now on. Can be used as a benchmark to see how high others in my squad should go, perhaps.



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