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1.5 W Chilcott to McCauley : He shuffled across his stumps looking to work to leg and was struck in front by Chilcott.
N. McCauley lbw b. C. Chilcott 0 (7b 0x4 0x6) SR:0.00
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End of over 10 (4 runs) - Dynamo Morpork(45-1). 219 runs required from 40 overs. RR 4.50 RRR 5.48
H. Hill 11 (20b) , W. Archer 25 (35b) , C. Chilcott 5-0-15-1
Run rate starting to get to acceptable levels.
Messi scores on the rebound.
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Originally Posted by Adolf Grünbaum
I don't think ratings make too much of a difference at this stage, it's not uncommon to see people win with 15k lower than the loser. I lost one just a couple of weeks ago.
19.5 W Illman to Hill : [catch] Wonderful delivery from Illman which moves away after pitching. Hill looking to drive through the off side, not fully in position to drive, gets the edge through to Frost.
H. Hill c A. Frost b. R. Illman 33 (53b 1x4 0x6) SR:62.26
Wouldn't mind another wicket soon.
Fish boy in a spot of trouble
End of over 31 (4 runs) - Dynamo Morpork(140-4). 124 runs required from 19 overs. RR 4.52 RRR 6.53
J. Hatton 7 (12b) , W. Newstead 0 (3b) , M. Stevens 6-0-28-0
Both not out batsmen have been dropped.
Dismal middle order, yeah.
End of over 32 (8 runs) - Dynamo Morpork(148-5). 116 runs required from 18 overs. RR 4.62 RRR 6.44
J. Hatton 13 (14b) , S. Weeks 1 (1b) , C. Chilcott 6-0-23-2
Would like 40 runs and Hatton staying in, then there's a chance.
If Hatton goes I'm pretty confident of a win. Looks like it could be down to a close finish though. I'm not too confident about the last ten overs because Illman has pretty low technique so may be expensive.
Haha yeah was ****ting it facing up to a national team fast bowler but apparently my players didn't feel the same way.
But, despite posting a total that much exceeded my expectations I highly doubt we'll be able to defend it 'cause batting is my strong point and I'm never comfortable unless we post something daft like 340 because our bowling is pants.
34.5 4 Stevens to Hatton : Stevens is struggling with his run-up. He stopped halfway, got back to his mark, and delivered a gift, promptly smashed to the boundary.
35.2 6 Chilcott to Hatton : That's a good example of how to take a catch, but unfortunately for the bowling team, a member of the crowd was the one taking it - SIX into the crowd.
35.5 4 Chilcott to Hatton : Magnificent! Half a stride down the pitch and Hatton sends the ball flying over Ridgway at midwicket much to the dismay of Chilcott. One bounce before the rope means 4 to the total.
And...back on schedule.
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