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Re: Sheffield Shield, ODD’s & Big Bash 2019/20

Post by grassy1 » Sat Nov 30, 2019 12:49 pm

Cameron Green,You Star! :D

C’mon you Vics!Don’t let Bloody New South Wales off the Hook! :roll:

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Re: Sheffield Shield, ODD’s & Big Bash 2019/20

Post by BenDoolan » Sat Nov 30, 2019 6:15 pm

R5 Sheffield Shield update;

WA 8/492 dec (C. Green 126, J. Inglis 91, M. Stoinis 79, A. Agar 65, J. Paris 49*, S. Marsh 41, A. Zampa 3-121, J. Mennie 2-76, C. Sayers 2-103) & 6/205 dec (S. Marsh 102*, A. Agar 45*, C. Sayers 2-39, W. Agar 2-48) v SA 383 (A. Carey 143, C. Sayers 47, M. Stoinis 3-42, M. Kelly 3-64, D. Moody 2-103) & 308 (C. Ferguson 123, J. Weatherald 63, T. Cooper 47, M. Kelly 5-63, D. Moody 2-61, J. Paris 2-46)

NSW 294 (S. Abbott 54, N. Larkin 50, P. Nevill 50, P. Siddle 3-52, J. Pattinson 3-62, C. Tremain 2-49, J. Holland 2-110) & 0/129 (N. Larkin 68*, D. Hughes 46*) lost on 1st innings to VIC 7/307 dec (W. Pucovski 82, N. Maddinson 59, P. Handscomb 54, M. Short 40, S. O’Keefe 5-80)

TAS 107 (M. Steketee 5-19, J. Wildermuth 2-9, C. Gannon 2-46) & 150 (G. Bailey 82, M. Steketee 4-32, J. Wildermuth 2-24, C. Gannon 2-36) defeated outright by QLD 240 (S. Heazlett 135, J. Bird 3-55, R. Meredith 2-49, A. Pyecroft 2-58, G. Bell 2-64) & 0/18
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Re: Sheffield Shield, ODD’s & Big Bash 2019/20

Post by grassy1 » Sun Dec 01, 2019 1:45 am

South Australia now 6 - 124 at Stumps,with a Run Out in the last Over,an absolute Disaster for the Croweaters.

Tassie as weak as Piss,apart from George Bailey’s 82.

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Re: Sheffield Shield, ODD’s & Big Bash 2019/20

Post by BenDoolan » Sun Dec 01, 2019 10:50 pm

grassy1 wrote:
Sat Nov 30, 2019 12:49 pm
Cameron Green,You Star! :D

C’mon you Vics!Don’t let Bloody New South Wales off the Hook! :roll:
The Green Machine is having a pretty good season. Is he currently injured though? Hasn’t bowled in this match at all...
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Re: Sheffield Shield, ODD’s & Big Bash 2019/20

Post by grassy1 » Sun Dec 01, 2019 11:19 pm

Yeah Ben,I only just heard about his bowling or lack of it,was mentioned just before Stumps on Sport FM,Perth.

A back strain has restricted that side of his game and is mainly in the ream for his batting.Don’t know if he gets subbed out when WA is fielding.

Rain look like wrecking any real chance of an outright at The MCG,despite the Vics’ declaration.

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Re: Sheffield Shield, ODD’s & Big Bash 2019/20

Post by BenDoolan » Tue Dec 03, 2019 12:16 pm

TOP 10 RUN SCORERS IN ODD;

Daniel HUGHES 440 runs, HS: 152, 2 x 100, 1 x 50, @73.33
Aaron FINCH 409 runs, HS: 188*, 2 x 100, 0 x 50, @81.80
Callum FERGUSON 403 runs, HS 127, 2 x 100, 1 x 50, @57.57
Usman KHAWAJA 398 runs, HS: 138, 2 x 100, 1 x 50, @79.60
Shaun MARSH 389 runs, HS: 101*, 1 x 100, 2 x 50, @55.57
Marnus LABUSCHAGNE 364 runs, HS: 135, 1 x 100, 2 x 50, @60.66
Moises HENRIQUES 310 runs, HS: 98, 0 x 100, 4 x 50, @44.28
Ben McDERMOTT 284 runs, HS: 103*, 1 x 100, 2 x 50, @47.33
Cameron BANCROFT 281 runs, HS: 78, 0 x 100, 3 x 50, @40.14
Sam HEAZLETT 279 runs: HS: 88, 0 x 100, 4 x 50, @55.80

TOP 10 WICKET TAKERS IN ODD;

Nathan COULTER-NILE 17 wickets, BB: 5-48, 1 x 5wi, 0 4wi, @18.94
Michael STEKETEE 13 wickets, BB: 4-35, 0 x 5wi, 1 x 4wi, @21.30
Nathan ELLIS 12 wickets, BB: 5-38, 1 x 5wi, 0 x 4wi, @22.58
Marcus STOINIS 12 wickets, BB: 4-50, 0 x 5wi, 1 x 4wi, @24.16
Jackson BIRD 11 wickets, BB: 6-25, 1 x 5wi, 0 x 4wi, @20.54
Will AGAR 11 wickets, BB: 5-40, 1 x 5wi, 2 x 5wi, 0 x 4wi, @20.72
Harry CONWAY 11 wickets, BB: 3-30, 0 x 5wi, 0 x 4wi, @22.90
Riley MEREDITH 11 wickets, BB: 4-42, 0 x 5wi, 1 x 4wi, @25.27
Jhye RICHARDSON 11 wickets, BB: 3-23, 0 x 5wi, 0 x 4wi, @28.63
Andrew TYE 10 wickets, BB: 3-49, 0 x 5wi, 0 x 4wi, @24.70
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Re: Sheffield Shield, ODD’s & Big Bash 2019/20

Post by grassy1 » Sun Dec 08, 2019 7:53 am

The Sheffield Shield Match between Victoria and Western Australia at the MCG is in doubt,after a shortened 1st Day,that saw Western Australia leave the field at 3 - 89 and the 2 Umpires Abandoning Play about 4PM,Melbourne Time.

Whether the game goes on,gets transferred quickly to Junction Oval or somewhere else,or simply awarded to WA is yet to be decided.But however the pitch is,various parties should be going into serious Damage Control here.

Which is a terrible shame,because the MCG is an Iconic Australian Venue,which deserves Absolute Respect.Unfortunately,the poor state of the Wicket area over various frames of time,have let The G down,Badly!

And allowed the Anti-Victorian brigade,especially in Wait Awhile the excuse to shoot their gobs off,when quite simply they should basically keep their bloody Traps Shut!Ok,criticise the pitch when warranted.But Don’t think for one millisecond,Perth are any chance to pinch Boxing Day still. :roll: :evil:

Enjoy the One off Test we were lucky to get next season!Possibly because India are in 2 Minds about going to Perth or Brisbane,which I find deliciously Ironic! :|

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Re: Sheffield Shield, ODD’s & Big Bash 2019/20

Post by BenDoolan » Mon Dec 09, 2019 5:04 am

grassy1 wrote:
Sun Dec 08, 2019 7:53 am
The Sheffield Shield Match between Victoria and Western Australia at the MCG is in doubt,after a shortened 1st Day,that saw Western Australia leave the field at 3 - 89 and the 2 Umpires Abandoning Play about 4PM,Melbourne Time.

Whether the game goes on,gets transferred quickly to Junction Oval or somewhere else,or simply awarded to WA is yet to be decided.But however the pitch is,various parties should be going into serious Damage Control here.

Which is a terrible shame,because the MCG is an Iconic Australian Venue,which deserves Absolute Respect.Unfortunately,the poor state of the Wicket area over various frames of time,have let The G down,Badly!

And allowed the Anti-Victorian brigade,especially in Wait Awhile the excuse to shoot their gobs off,when quite simply they should basically keep their bloody Traps Shut!Ok,criticise the pitch when warranted.But Don’t think for one millisecond,Perth are any chance to pinch Boxing Day still. :roll: :evil:

Enjoy the One off Test we were lucky to get next season!Possibly because India are in 2 Minds about going to Perth or Brisbane,which I find deliciously Ironic! :|
Match abandoned as a draw.

Someone needs to explain WTF is going on with regards to wickets and their preparation.

My understanding is the curator was asked to make the wicket a better contest between bat and ball. The first few games were ridiculously easy for batsmen. So a fair bit of spice was added for this one :lol:
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Re: Sheffield Shield, ODD’s & Big Bash 2019/20

Post by BenDoolan » Mon Dec 09, 2019 5:21 am

R6 Sheffield Shield;

WA 3/89 (J. Carder 44, P. Siddle 3-21) v VIC - match abandoned because it’s a bowlers paradise for once

TAS 254 (S. Milenko 100, W. Agar 3-68, J. Mennie 3-76, N. Winter 2-54) & 261 (B. McDermott 89, J. Doran 44, W. Agar 5-53, C. Sayers 3-57) defeated outright by SA 346 (J. Weatherald 126, A. Carey 73, J. Mennie 49, N. Winter 42, J. Bird 4-70, G. Bell 2-64, R. Meredith 2-93) & 4/170 (H. Nielsen 86*, W. Bosisto 47*)

QLD 240 (B. Street 58, H. Conway 5-15, L. Hatcher 3-40) & 176 (U. Khawaja 54, S. O’Keefe 3-28, H. Conway 2-32, L. Hatcher 2-50) defeated outright by NSW 375 (M. Henriques 116, P. Nevill 88*, S. Abbott 86, M. Neser 4-60, M. Steketee 2-85) & 1/42
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