Season 22 T20 Matches

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Re: Season 22 T20 Matches

Postby Stomalomalus » Tue Nov 26, 2019 9:50 pm

rtj45 wrote:England gave the Aussies a bit of a pasting today, bowling them out for 106 and chasing it in just over 13 overs... :silent:


Was a great match and good to see the newcomers in the wickets.

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Re: Season 22 T20 Matches

Postby ltraynor » Tue Nov 26, 2019 11:16 pm

Australia vs England Match Report from an Australian perspective

Australian Innings

Being sent into bat by England Australia had a few decent overs at the start with Thorndyke and Stonehouse starting things off for the first few overs, then it was all England, wickets fell at regular intervals and no one could really get going, it was one of the toughest International days for the Australian team in quite sometime, probably at least in my tenures. That said England are always a tough side and I know of at least one occasion it's been the reverse. Some resistance provided by Winton on debut saw us pass 100 which seemed unlikely at one point but not a great day for the Aussie team overall. As disappointing as days like this are though you often learn more and Australia are not the type of team to stay down for long.

England Innings

Needing just 107 for Victory it seemed very unlikely baring an absolutely match winning performance by every single bowler. Again it was debutant Winton who took an early wicket giving a small glimmer of hope but after that it was all England who chased the total down with 7 overs to spare.
Points on offer Crawford award for batting.

Looking forward to our next match against Sri Lanka which is a chance to turn this around and the pitch is less pace friendly so the spinners get their chance.

Crawford Batting Award

1 Point Winton for his at the end of the innings.
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Re: Season 22 T20 Matches

Postby bumpuss » Wed Nov 27, 2019 8:50 pm

Team of the round: Round 2

1. D.York (England): 52 of 32 balls and 2 catches
2. A.Consigliere (Sri Lanka): 52 of 50, not quick but released the pressure of the rest of the team to hit out
3. N.Omesh (India): Guided his team to a win in a low scoring match with 52*
4. G.Sansom (New Zealand): Top scored in the tie against Zimbabwe
5. L.Shorten (South Africa): Top scored of the round with 65 of 42 balls
6. F.Subanna (Bangladesh) (wk): Keepers didnt really stand out this round, but he got a stumping
7. K.Jarvis (Zimbabwe): Had a good all round game
8. M.Winton (Australia): A bowler top scoring with 29 for his team
9. P.Mudaliyar (Sri Lanka): 4/12 of 2 overs like Niazi cleaned up the Bangladesh tail
10. M.Niazi (Pakistan): The quick clean up the South Africa tail in 2 overs 4/12
11. J.Alderman (England): 4/23 took care the aussie middle order
12. L.Gambhir (West Indies): Only scored 21 before being runout but was looking good

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Re: Season 22 T20 Matches

Postby rtj45 » Sat Nov 30, 2019 8:31 am

Windies set some interesting orders which were doused in flames by a strong England team. 149 chased in just over 14 overs implying England could have easily made over 200
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Re: Season 22 T20 Matches

Postby Cubical » Sat Nov 30, 2019 10:04 am

Great to see my home grown player Arend Swart wallop 53 off 21 balls for South Africa, even if it didn't win the match.
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Re: Season 22 T20 Matches

Postby Lunarlord34 » Sun Dec 01, 2019 1:06 am

Nites orders didn't save properly and we got thrashed :|

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Re: Season 22 T20 Matches

Postby bumpuss » Sun Dec 01, 2019 8:10 pm

Team of the round: Round 3

1. A.Ascott (England): A good start always ensures you have a chance of winning, Ascott got Eng off to start with his 61 off 41 balls
2. D.Tyler (New Zealand): Big hitting against PAK, 61 off 32 balls.
3. A.Jacobs (Sri Lanka): 73 off 43 balls, helped the lankans post a winning score against the aussies
4. A.Haroon (India): 105 off just 50 balls. First century too!
5. P.Sellamuttu (Sri Lanka): Without his 50 off 20 balls, SL would have probably lost
6. A.Sattar (Bangladesh, wk): 50 off 29 balls against Zim, also took a catch
7. L. KrishnaMoorthy (India): Brilliant bowling, 4/23 off his 4 overs!
8. A.Smee (Australia): All rounder performance, 30 off 11 balls & 1/30 off his 4 overs
9. K.Jarvis (Zimbabwe): 0/25 off 4, when everyone else around him was getting smashed
10. K.Jamil (Bangladesh): 3/22 against Zimbabwe
11. A.Kabir (Pakistan): 4/25 in a close game against the Kiwis
12. M.Aston (England): 68 of 33 balls, the Windies bowlers did not have a good time

Some strong performances this round especially with the bat. Windies & South Africa did not do well though.

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Re: Season 22 T20 Matches

Postby rtj45 » Tue Dec 03, 2019 7:11 pm

Jeff Stockley
27 balls
86 runs

:mrgreen:
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Re: Season 22 T20 Matches

Postby bumpuss » Wed Dec 04, 2019 8:48 am

Team of the round: Round 4

1. D.Wharton (West Indies): 70 off 54 balls MOTM against Sri Lanka
2. U.Javed (Pakistan,wk): Ensured Pakistan had a fighting chance against India with his 68 not out
3. D.Kakkad (India): 70 off 45 balls chased down Pakistan's total easily
4. H.Sudeshna (New Zealand): Big hitting made easy work chasing Bangladesh total off 165.
5. J.Stockley (England): Strike rate over 300 and scored 86 not out...England chased down 196 in 17 overs!
6. M.Aston (England): Joined in the fun with STockely 42* off 22 balls
7. H.De Bruin (South Africa): 2/25 off 4 overs and 21 runs off 8 balls.. in a match where nearly 400 runs was scored!
8. T.Melville (Australia): 4/21 to help Australia win. Leading wickettaker now I think.
9. A.Akthar (India): 4/24, two top order wickets and 2 middle order wickets against Pakistan
10. D.Hailstone (West Indies): Wristie took 1/9 off 4 overs..perhaps should be the MOTM against Sri Lanka?
11. P.Mudaliyar (Sri Lanka): Lil expensive, but took 3 wickets to keep SL in the game
12. The South African team for somehow managing to score 196 with no one scoring more than 40!

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Re: Season 22 T20 Matches

Postby ltraynor » Sat Dec 07, 2019 12:34 pm

I've gotten very behind on my match reports, and thrown a little by the rotating games (forgot to finish orders against Sri Lanka) real life has kept me busy but wanted to sit down and get them up to date all in one long post so here we go.

Sri Lanka vs Australia

Sri Lankan Innings

With a low wear pitch a high score was always going to be needed for the win and Sri Lanka delievered on this setting a massive 212 for victory and the top order really taking it to the Australian bowling attack. However all bowlers got wickets including Allman on debut but the game looked in Sri Lankas favour after this innings with a massive effort needed by Australia to take this game.

Australian Innings

Thorndyke and Truelove on debut were a little slow to get this massive chase underway and possibly inadvertedly made the job harder for the rest, but both contributed runs all the same, it was the steady flow of wickets that made it very tough, some amazing cameos at the end gave Australia a glimmer of hope with Melville and Smee keeping us in the game with some massive hitting but the total just proved a little to high in the end.

Crawford Medal points:

Smee 1 point

Bashford Medal points:

Melville 1 point

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Zimbabwe vs Australia

Zimbabwe Innings

Sent into bat first Zimbabwe struggled against the Australian bowling losing wickets at a constant rate, however a strong partnership between Nozulu and Dlabane allowed them to set a total that was reasonable for the pitch allowing the bowlers something to defend. It was Melville for the Aussies who did the damage with 4 wickets and it was just Traynor who missed out on wickets.

Australian Innings

Set 154 for victory Australia looked in trouble losing key batsman Thorndyke and Needham cheaply. It was young batsman Truelove and Finisher Bowden hitting the mark for the first time this season that carried the batting line up with a brief cameo from Glenister. With Smee and Winton finishing things off at the end with the longer batting lineup proving especially useful in this game.

Crawford Medal Points:

Bowden 3 points
Truelove 1 Point

Bashford Medal points:

Melville 3 points
Lang 1 point

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Australia vs India

Australian Innings

Sent into bat by India it was opening bat Thorndyke who narrowly missed a century almost carrying his bat to the end that really dominated the innings. A well supported half century from Needham also sent the total flying high with the top order really doing all the work and only Bowden reaching double figures in the middle order.

Indian Innings

Set 206 for victory on a pitch that had enough in it for the bowlers really put Australia in a strong position but India are a good side so wickets would need to be taken. Wickets continually fell and economy was also pretty decent with only in form allrounder Melville being a little expensive. Lang was especially difficult to score against and Traynor taking 3 wickets although to be fair at the death against tailenders so still not quite at his best.

Crawford Medal Points:

Thorndyke 3 points
Needham 2 points

Bashford Medal Points:

Traynor 3 points
Lang 2 points
Smee 1 point

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Medals Tally (Following India Game)

Crawford Medal

Thorndyke 5 points
Laker 3 points
Bowden 3 Points
Needham 2 Points
Winton 1 Point
Truelove 1 Point
Smee 1 Point

Bashford Medal

Traynor 6 points
Lang 6 points
Melville 5 points
Smee 1 point
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