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*Official* CWBCC Chairmen's Trophy Season XIV

Magrat Garlick

Global Moderator

9 September
Cricket Web XI vs Pakistan
CWBCC Stadium

10 September
Pakistan vs Australia
Casston Reserve

11 September
Cricket Web XI vs Australia
PDV Dome

13 September
Cricket Web XI vs Pakistan
CW Oval

15 September
Australia vs Cricket Web XI
Pickford Reserve

17 September
Australia vs Pakistan
Fardin Qayyumi CC

18 September
CWBCC Stadium



Cricket Web XI for the first ODI:

AP Chaulk
JE Stedman
AP Cloete
CR Butler
SE Fuller
LA Camps
+AJ Crampton
XPA Rose
KR Clapham
NS Pickup
KJ Gough

Previous Chairmen's Trophies:

Season 7: Cricket Web XI beat Sri Lanka 2-1 in the 3-match finals series (3rd: India)
Season 10: Cricket Web XI beat New Zealand by 68 runs (3rd: Netherlands)
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Veteran allrounder Liam Camps Jr. today announced his retirement from international cricket at the completion of the coming home season.
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Magrat Garlick

Global Moderator
First match: Cricket Web XI vs Pakistan
at CWBCC Stadium

Ball By Ball

Pakistan were utterly outclassed in their first fifty-over international at Edfield, victims of abysmal batting and hardly better bowling in fine batting conditions. Chris Butler and Sean Fuller continued their form from the Twenty20 series, while Neil Pickup was the chief destructor in an embarrassing collapse.

Shoaib Akhtar promised to make things difficult for the hosts, starting things off with a maiden, but there was little problems for the remaining 49 overs. The powerplays were perhaps not exploited expertly, as the score stood at 106 for two after twenty overs, but though Andrew Cloete dragged an off-spinner from Malik to Iftikhar at 65, that spelled the end of wicket-taking. The Webheads played cautiously till the 38th over, when Fuller smacked a hapless Iftikhar for sixteen runs, and a diet of threes boosted the score to an improbable 350 for three - Butler recording his fourth one-day international century, while Fuller missed out on his second after swift fielding from Misbah prevented the second run.

Salman Butt was caught behind in the first over, and Pakistan appeared to lose according to script. Younus Khan and Khalid Latif managed to stem the tide, however, but the required run rate spiralled towards nine an over, and in the despertaion Clapham snared Younus and ran out Khalid to begin the collapse. When Pickup bowled Kamran for his wicket, Pakistan required twelve an over from 18 overs, and the crowd began to filter out. Some faithful remained till the end, however, as Pakistan were skittled for 166 and Cricket Web ensured the bonus point victory.

Cricket Web XI 350 for three (50)
Butler 127*, Fuller 97*, Cloete 65

Pakistan 166 all out (43.5)
Younus 39; Pickup 3/42, Gough 2/32

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Pakistan so dire. Fuller so awesome. Stedman continuing his trend of sucking in 80% of his international innings.

Magrat Garlick

Global Moderator
Second match: Australia vs Pakistan
at Casston Reserve

Ball By Ball

Pakistan put up a better fight, but ultimately Andrew Symonds took the game away from undercooked Pakistanis. A 23-ball half-century showed that Symonds is still the king of big hitting, despite the 14-four hundred from Shoaib Malik earlier on.

Pakistan 262 for five (50)
Shoaib Malik 118, Mohammad Yousuf 62; Lee 3/60

Australia 265 for five (47.4)
Watson 90, Ponting 55, Symonds 51*; Akhtar 2/74

Australia won by five wickets
Man of the Match: A. Symonds (Australia)