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    OOOhh should win from here with the batting depth but you never know. Come on Polly and Miner

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    Only a run a ball from here, should be easy for the Wolves.

    Class bowling from Tarick and Kyle here though has brought us back into it. Go Cocks!
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    Scratchy little period. Not much changed but it was ugly cricket
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    Cmon Campo, I finish work in 5


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    Kearsley is back for the expensive Wright.
    16.1 Kearsley to Morris, 1 run, Pushed into the offside and they steal a single.
    16.2 Kearsley to Pollard, FOUR, He finally got ahold of one and hit it over backward point for his first boundary.
    16.3 Kearsley to Pollard, 0 runs, Pollard tried to repeat the shot but picked out backward point.
    16.4 Kearsley to Pollard, BEATEN!, Ooooh! That was very close to the end, but Pollard survives.
    16.5 Kearsley to Pollard, FOUR, Shot! Drived straight back down the ground and all along the ground for FOUR!
    16.6 Kearsley to Pollard, 0 runs, He pulled out of a drive and adjusted with a defensive shot. Pollard doesn't look comfortable at all.

    End of over 16 (9 runs) - Rabid Wolves 144/5 (27 needed from 30 balls)
    SC Morris 20* (12) DA Kearsley 2-0-14-0
    KA Pollard 8* (8)

    Amazingly enough, Weber is out of the attack. And Ritchie is back. Strange tactics, these.
    15.1 Ritchie to Morris, SIX, Morris goes big to greet the offspinner! That slog sweep was perfectly executed.
    15.2 Ritchie to Morris, 0 runs, Blocked back to Ritchie.
    15.3 Ritchie to Morris, 0 runs, Fired into legstump and blocked back down the pitch.
    15.4 Ritchie to Morris, FOUR, Good shot. He gave himself room and lofted it just out of the reach of the cover fielder. It beat the man on the boundary. Rabid Wolves racing along.
    15.5 Ritchie to Morris, 0 runs, Very flat and very little bounce. Ritchie defended it watchfully. Some inconsistent bounce that might be worrying, but for the length of the match.
    15.6 Ritchie to Morris, 0 runs, And a good one to end the over. Morris flicked another flat ball to short midwicket. Fielded cleanly and no run.

    End of over 17 (10 runs) - Rabid Wolves 154/5 (17 needed from 24 balls)
    SC Morris 30* (18) ZJ Ritchie 3-0-36-0
    KA Pollard 8* (8)
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    Morris is such a gun.

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    Power outage due to a lightning strike. We've lost coverage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Mxyzptlk View Post
    Power outage due to a lightning strike. We've lost coverage.
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    I'm not sure what's happened with the over count there, but it seems all too academic. The equation is far too in the Wolves favour from here.

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    (Couldn't be arsed to do the last few overs)

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    And we're back on for the post-game wrap up.
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    Haha.

    Not too pleased with my own knock, but Dinu, Morris: heroes.
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    Haha strange MOM...anyway we roll on...hope you boys win it for me in the final

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    Stoked to be in the finals, bit gutted that we don't get to go up against ERUB though. Still, great stuff from Sean, Sam and Dinu.

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