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Very kind to get a walkover in the semi, too.
I've got a bloke with better than outstanding power tbh.
26.6 . Newstead to George : [dropped] Uppishly played towards cover, Kutcher dives forward, gets his hands underneath the ball, but then somehow manages to drop the ball.
So much for the "safe hands" talent...
Going to have to chase 330 here. Will be legendary.
what went around is coming around...
End of over 11 (3 runs) - Swamibapa CC(38-3) RR 3.45
J. Odhiambo 1 (6b) , H. Ngwale 11 (15b) , J. Short 1-0-3-0
Blah 2 pops in my seniors, 19yo to capable bowling and a 18yo to ordinary endurance. Pretty pathetic really.
After Gardiner's epic 9 off his last 19 balls during a Twenty20 when both teams scored 160odd I've a lot of guys on fitness too (which should result in more pops).
My plan I made for the Scaly matched worked twice as well as I expected it to,It wasn't allmatch engine casuse I pulled the same trick at least twice more to make the semis today and its only just gone pear shaped cos I did not have a check for losing the toss and being stuck in...
Your 10 and 11 saved you nicely. Wouldn't be surprised if we lost from here tbh.
Meanwhile at Treacle Mine Road...
End of over 34 (8 runs) - Dynamo Morpork(206-5). 129 runs required from 16 overs. RR 6.06 RRR 8.06
J. Jones 26 (21b) , W. Newstead 31 (32b) , R. Moysey 7-0-43-1
Last recognised batsmen in. Jones has been relegated on the back of a number of poor performances, doing ok now. Still, Scaly were 217-3 at this stage.
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