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    25% lost! two bigs guns of Blackcaps back to pavilion
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    We are so far doing well. we are targetting specific bowlers and are winning at th moment 52-2 in 12 chasing 256

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    End of over 15 (7 runs) - Blackcaps(64-2). 193 runs required from 35 overs. RR 4.27 RRR 5.51
    L. Watson 25 (41b) , R. Brown 25 (32b) , A. Mason 3-0-21-0

    At the point where I am going to leave for bed, still looks close but I'm back my guys to come out on top.
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    Just a humdinger of a match: BEST Indies vs Blackcaps

    See the chase...Becker single handedly won for Blackcaps..

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    End of over 11 (2 runs) - Male Models(33-3) RR 3.00
    D. Allanson 7 (18b) , T. Belsak 3 (14b) , B. Danthanarayana 1-0-2-0

    Oh dear Looks like it's up to Allanson to do something special again, then some killer bowling to follow up. Awful awful awful start.

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    11.2 W Dalpathado to Allanson : [catch] A perfect shot against an off-break there. Unfortunately for Allanson that wasn't an off-break: it went the wrong way off the pitch, and Dalpathado and Ratnayake are celebrating behind him as he trudges back to the pavilion.
    D. Allanson c H. Ratnayake b. D. Dalpathado 7 (19b 1x4 0x6) SR:36.84


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    It's up to these two and Chilcott to get the runs. I'd like at least 200 but that looks unlikely.

    End of over 27 (0 runs) - Male Models(80-6) RR 2.96
    J. Carew 2 (12b) , A. Frost 13 (35b) , C. Deshapriya 4-1-8-2

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    Male Models are 122-8

    some late charge by tailenders.....

    200 seems distant from here....

    150 ... chaminda will be happy

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    End of over 47 (5 runs) - Male Models(146-10) RR 3.11
    M. Stevens 16 (28b) , N. Ashok 8.5-3-26-2

    Decent lower order effort to get a decent total. Will be an interesting first 20 overs.
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    Could have been worse I guess. The conditions don't suit my bowlers, I've got two spinners in my attack.

    End of over 47 (5 runs) - Male Models(146-10) RR 3.11
    M. Stevens 16 (28b) , N. Ashok 8.5-3-26-2
    46.5 W Ashok to Illman : Good length delivery, pitched close to the off stump line and the ball nipped back in late, Illman is caught on the wrong foot and in the end it was a nothing shot. He leaves a yawing gap between bat and pad through which comes the dreadful sound of timber breaking.
    R. Illman b. N. Ashok 3 (10b 0x4 0x6) SR:30.00

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    Wicket in the first over, lets hope we keep this up.

    0.2 W Carew to Buultjens : [runout] Buultjens strokes the ball firmly, Chilcott attacks the ball and hits the stumps with the batsman well short of his ground.
    S. Buultjens run out (C. Chilcott) 0 (1b 0x4 0x6) SR:0.00

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    Halfway through the first innings...

    End of over 25 (5 runs) - Dynamo Morpork(160-2) RR 6.40
    W. Archer 44 (37b) , N. McCauley 67 (70b) , S. Pennycuick 3-0-26-0

    Jones had a shocker opening, but it's opened up the chance for Archer to play an excellent game from No. 4. Hopefully 340 is defendable.

    Meanwhile, Jaffna are cruising.
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    Lost by 8 wickets, my best ever ratings though.

    Match Ratings
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    Batting - Top Order: 5,788 5,599
    Batting - Middle Order: 5,051 5,002
    Batting - Tail: 2,593 2,855
    Bowling - Seam: 5,275 (6) 4,903 (6)
    Bowling - Spin: 5,916 (4) 4,692 (4)
    Fielding/Keeping: 5,312 6,050
    Overall: 94,728 93,212

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    We seem to play quite well on green pitches with all out medium pacers. Good result and nice NRR boast as well.

    Jaffna Jets won by 8 wickets

    End of over 29 (5 runs) - Jaffna Jets(147-2) RR 5.07
    K. Sandanayake 66 (88b) , A. Kodikara 28 (37b) , M. Stevens 5-1-15-0

    Jaffna Jets Male Models
    Batting - Top Order: 5,788 5,599
    Batting - Middle Order: 5,051 5,002
    Batting - Tail: 2,593 2,855
    Bowling - Seam: 5,275 (6) 4,903 (6)
    Bowling - Spin: 5,916 (4) 4,692 (4)
    Fielding/Keeping: 5,312 6,050
    Overall: 94,728 93,212

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    28.2 W Pennycuick to Archer : What was that? Archer looked to be doing a jolly jig in front of his stumps - next thing he knew they had been shattered completely. He looks terribly embarrassed as he stumbles off the pitch, avoiding his team mate's eyes.
    W. Archer b. S. Pennycuick 48 (48b 2x4 2x6) SR:100.00

    30.3 W Pennycuick to McCauley : Short of length ball on the middle and off stump and nipping away. McCauley moves back and pushes at it away from his body. The ball takes the edge and flies to Cotter at second slip.
    N. McCauley c B. Cotter b. S. Pennycuick 76 (84b 6x4 1x6) SR:90.48

    30.6 W Pennycuick to Hatton : What a catch!! Cotter at long on has leaped up and plucked the ball out of the air. What was a certain 6 is now a wicket.
    J. Hatton c B. Cotter b. S. Pennycuick 8 (11b 0x4 0x6) SR:72.73

    Finisher + all decent batsmen gone. Should be easy for Otago to chase down.

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