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    Test Career Chain Draft – Voting

    JOJOXI: Gordon Greenidge David Warner Ken Barrington Steve Smith (p/t - 7) Joe Root (p/t - 6) Andy Flower (wk) Ian Botham (4) Richie Benaud (5) Ray Lindwall (1) Clarrie Grimmett (3) Dennis Lillee (2) Fuller Pilch: Sunil Gavaskar Arthur Morris Marnus Labuschagne Younis Khan Steve Waugh (c)...
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    Test Career Chain Draft

    You pick a player whose test career has overlapped with the player picked by the drafter immediately before you in the order. For example, if the player before you picks Aubrey Faulkner (career 2 January 1906 to 28 June 1924) then you can pick Herbert Sutcliffe (career 14 June 1924 to 29 June...
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    Dick Motz, Neil Adcock, Pat Cummins

    Is something going to be done to fix this? Seeing names like these filtered is quite off-putting, and surely an exception can be coded into the filter. Edit: I see Cummins has been fixed. Weirdly enough: *** cumm
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    Yearly World XIs since WWI [theoretical]

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 WWI JB Hobbs W Bardsley CG Macartney WW Armstrong* GA Faulkner FE Woolley C Kelleway W Rhodes JM Blackenberg JW Hitch H Strudwick + 1920 JB Hobbs W Bardsley CG Macartney EH Hendren WW Armstrong* GA Faulkner FE Woolley JM Gregory W Rhodes WAS Oldfield + JM Blackenberg...
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    Initials game

    This time, a cricket-oriented game. The first person says a cricketer's initials. Based upon that, someone else says whose initials they are. The second person also says a new cricketer's initials. This pattern continues. Example: Person 1 says DGB. Person 2 says Don Bradman and also says GSS...
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    Limited Top 6 Draft Voting

    The http://www.cricketweb.net/forum/cricket-chat/82244-limited-top-6-draft.html is over, so let's get to the vote shall we. Choose 3 teams out of these to vote for. AndrewB: Stewie Dempster Justin Langer Javed Miandad Stanley Jackson Asif Iqbal Clive Rice Denis Lindsay+ Trevor Bailey Andy...
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    England's ODI team

    This is... an odd thread.
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    Limited Top 6 Draft

    During lockdown I think it's more than reasonable to have two drafts running at once, so here we go. This test draft is going to focus more on players outside of the most-dominant cricketing nations. Players eligible are: an Australian test player who has played the majority of his test...
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    The Random Cricket "Discussion" Thread

    When you all are clogging up another thread with something pertaining to cricket but heavily off-topic, come here. Or if you just want to pick a fight that doesn't belong to any other active thread. Either way works fine. So basically this thread is just a thread for various cricket-related...
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    Pre-WWII Draft: voting redo

    Vote for the best two since only 7 finished the draft. a massive zebra: Herbie Taylor Arthur Shrewsbury Warren Bardsley Phil Mead Patsy Hendren Andrew Stoddart (c) A.G. Steel Gubby Allen Ted Pooley (wk) George Lohmann Bill O'Reilly Johnny Briggs AndrewB: Jack Hobbs Sid Barnes Eddie Paynter...
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    Pre-WWII Draft: voting

    Vote for the best two since only 7 finished the draft. a massive zebra: Herbie Taylor Arthur Shrewsbury Warren Bardsley Phil Mead Patsy Hendren Andrew Stoddart (c) A.G. Steel Gubby Allen Ted Pooley (wk) George Lohmann Bill O'Reilly Johnny Briggs AndrewB: Jack Hobbs Sid Barnes Eddie Paynter...
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    Pre-WWII Draft

    The rules are simple: every Test player must have finished their last Test before 1 January 1950. Players who didn't play Tests must have retired from first-class cricket before that cutoff. People who didn't play any FC cricket must have died before that cutoff. No Bradman. Looking for around...

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