Stumped World Cup (England and Wales)

ltraynor
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Stumped World Cup (England and Wales)

Postby ltraynor » Wed May 29, 2019 4:50 am

Stumped World Cup Season Launch


It's time for the World cup everyone! For those who aren't aware Rob has carefully scheduled the stumped world cup in line with the real world cup happening in England and Wales, with the exception of Zimbabwe in the stumped version instead of Afghanistan

First Round we have some exciting matches, be sure to cheer your favourite international stumped team onto victory.

30 May 2019 10:30 England vs South Africa
31 May 2019 10:30 West Indies vs Pakistan
01 Jun 2019 10:30 New Zealand vs Sri Lanka
01 Jun 2019 13:30 Zimbabwe vs Australia
02 Jun 2019 10:30 South Africa vs Bangladesh
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Re: Stumped World Cup (England and Wales)

Postby rtj45 » Thu May 30, 2019 8:29 am

Will be at work but will try and follow the game on my mobile.

Best of luck to all and come on England :D
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Re: Stumped World Cup (England and Wales)

Postby Dileep » Thu May 30, 2019 10:27 am

SA batting and they have all spin attack i believe with shorten being 5th bowler and batting deeper than Eng in real life.

wickets are expected but who will come out on top is to be seen ratings say the game is between English bowlers vs SA batsmen.

Lets get the forums rolling with some good banter :)

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Re: Stumped World Cup (England and Wales)

Postby Dileep » Thu May 30, 2019 10:39 am

First strike from gervais who stayed out of limelight due to puvi's presence in the English bowling department regulation catch to the keeper, SA cappie is back in the hut.

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Re: Stumped World Cup (England and Wales)

Postby FlashXI » Thu May 30, 2019 10:39 am

Dileep wrote:SA batting and they have all spin attack i believe with shorten being 5th bowler and batting deeper than Eng in real life.

wickets are expected but who will come out on top is to be seen ratings say the game is between English bowlers vs SA batsmen.

Lets get the forums rolling with some good banter :)


I am rolling with Windies :mrgreen: ..

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Re: Stumped World Cup (England and Wales)

Postby Dileep » Thu May 30, 2019 10:55 am

3 Down :o

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Re: Stumped World Cup (England and Wales)

Postby ltraynor » Thu May 30, 2019 12:15 pm

Concerned for the Proteas chances with a bowling attack that on expert preview doesn't look like it'll hold up to International standards
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Re: Stumped World Cup (England and Wales)

Postby Lunarlord34 » Thu May 30, 2019 1:41 pm

Oh my god, they actually picked Shorten to bowl ten overs :lol: No time like the present to make use of his bowling pop this week :lol:

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Re: Stumped World Cup (England and Wales)

Postby mike778 » Thu May 30, 2019 4:27 pm

Well that went well.

Thought the pitch was going to be a dustbowl (was 17 moisture when I picked team) so gambled on 5 spinners with Shorten as the 5th bowler. On a turner he was getting better BQ than a specialist seamer.

Turned out to be a fairly balanced pitch and our batting order fell apart faster than the Tranmere defence (before we were good). About the only thing that worked was playing the extra bat as without Kotze's runs it really would have been messy although could have done with Shorten securing the top order.

Oh well ... think that plan can be filed in the recycle bin.
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Re: Stumped World Cup (England and Wales)

Postby rtj45 » Thu May 30, 2019 4:53 pm

mike778 wrote:Well that went well.

Thought the pitch was going to be a dustbowl (was 17 moisture when I picked team) so gambled on 5 spinners with Shorten as the 5th bowler. On a turner he was getting better BQ than a specialist seamer.

Turned out to be a fairly balanced pitch and our batting order fell apart faster than the Tranmere defence (before we were good). About the only thing that worked was playing the extra bat as without Kotze's runs it really would have been messy although could have done with Shorten securing the top order.

Oh well ... think that plan can be filed in the recycle bin.


Commiserations. Bit of a drubbing first up.

Gervais was the pick of the bowlers with 4/42. All the bat's got starts and so stamina will be good for Pakistan in a few days time
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