Season 22 T20 Matches

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Re: Season 22 T20 Matches

Postby bumpuss » Sat Dec 07, 2019 10:14 pm

Team of the round: Round 5

1. L.Thorndyke (Australia): 98 off 60 balls, highest score of the round
2. L.Gambhir (West Indies): 76 off 51 balls brilliant hitting to project Windies to a big total against SA
3. V.Martinus (Zimbabwe): Martinus looking dangerous before being run out
4. N.de Silva (Sri Lanka, wk): Got SL off to a good start against the Kiwis
5. S.Needham (Australia): Took apart the Indian bowlers, 54 off 29 balls
6. S.Arwar (Pakistan): Helped chase down Zimbabwe's total with his fity
7. L.Grobbelaar (South Africa): A good all round performance, 1/33 and 32 of 17 balls
8. D.Khodabhai (India): Economy rate of 7.25 when everyone else was over 10, handy batting too
9. L.Battersby (England): 3/24 Bangladesh had no chance after his spell
10. T.Sandrasagra (Sri Lanka): Skipper leading the way 21 of 10 balls and 3/24
11. D.Hailstone (West Indies): Took 3 key wickets to help the West Indies win
12. M.Puvimanasinghe (England): 2/13 of his 4 overs

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Re: Season 22 T20 Matches

Postby ltraynor » Tue Dec 10, 2019 2:44 pm

Australia vs Pakistan (From an Australian perspective)

Australian Innings

Sent into bat on a day that was blowing a gale Needham picked up where he left off with 2 quick boundaries but then he and Glenister got out cheaply putting Australia in some trouble until a match winning partnership between Rookie Truelove (Who has probably been the find of the series so far( and Laker both scoring half centuries. The wickets in hand and scoring rate looked like 200 was on the cards at one point but after this partnership was broken wickets tumbled consecutively with only Bowden managing to contribute much with 4 handy boundaries at the death. 185 was set for Pakistan and with an experienced top order it seemed like it was a possible task.

Pakistan Innings

WIth Allman returning to take advantage of the windy conditions it was 2 spin bowlers given the opening spells. Smee proved to be extremely expensive however Allman was very economical so they kind of cancelled each other out. The opening partnership did alot of damage and put Pakistan into a strong position until Melville came on and did the damage in the middle overs. Pakistans scoring rate dropped a little but the wickets in hand were strongly in their favour. Some expensive overs from Lang and Traynor really brought Pakistan within reach until both off them counter attacked hard at the death with wickets tumbling and no resistance from the tail at all. The experienced Fast bowlers were able to turn the game around late when it looked as good as over.

Crawford Medal Points

Laker 3 points
Truelove 2 points

Bashford Medal Points

Melville 2 points
Traynor 1 point

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Cumulative Medal points:

Medals Tally (Following Pakistan Game)

Crawford Medal

Laker 6 points
Thorndyke 5 points
Bowden 3 Points
Truelove 3 Points
Needham 2 Points
Winton 1 Point
Smee 1 Point

Bashford Medal

Melville 7 points
Traynor 7 points
Lang 6 points
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Re: Season 22 T20 Matches

Postby liquefry » Tue Dec 10, 2019 8:08 pm

Huge win for Sri Lanka vs England. De Zilwa made important contributions with ball and ball, constrained their middle order and then propping up the tail with 44*(24) to confirm the win.

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Re: Season 22 T20 Matches

Postby bumpuss » Thu Dec 12, 2019 9:19 am

Team of the round: Round 6

1. A.Consigliere (Sri Lanka): Very important innings at the top of the order against England
2. L.Da Ponte (Bangladesh): Skipper leading his team to a big win 71 of 48 balls.
3. U.Javed (Pakistan): 39 off 25 before being run out
4. T.Msenti (Zimbabwe): We all know what Msenti can do when he gets going! 74 of 32 balls.
5. D.Laker (Australia): Took an important run out and scored 55 against Pakistan
6. M.Aston (England): 63 not out of 34 ball to setup a big total for SL to chase
7. C.De Zilwa (Sri Lanka): Brilliant all round effort, 0/25 of 4 overs and 44 not of 24 balls
8. V.Bowles (New Zealand): 4/28, the Kiwi bowlers were all over the indian batsmen
9. W.Younis (Pakistan): 2/25 of 4 overs kept the aussies quiet
10. T.Barai (Bangladesh): 4/15 brilliant bowling against West Indies
11. S.Butcher (New Zealand): The left arm quick was the pick of the bowlers 3/24 against South Africa
12. S.Mpangazitha (Zimbabwe): Took 3 important wickets against India and some good fielding

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Re: Season 22 T20 Matches

Postby rtj45 » Sat Dec 14, 2019 1:37 am

Sigh. Best bowler goes for 52 runs in the game to the all rounders, best bat gets bowled out by the 38 skill bowler. :/
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Re: Season 22 T20 Matches

Postby rtj45 » Sat Dec 14, 2019 1:50 am

Now Puvi and Piggott are trying to conjure up a miracle...
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Re: Season 22 T20 Matches

Postby ltraynor » Sat Dec 14, 2019 7:02 am

South Africa vs Australia (From an Australian perspective)

Australian Innings

After losing another toss we were sent into bat first again, Thorndyke returns after being rested against Pakistan due to fitness issues. The Two openers really won the game in the first partnership with both Thorndyke and especially Truelove taking it to the South African attack. This partnership set things up beautifully with wickets in hand, unfortunately the middle order lost a few wickets whilst trying to slog it out with both Glenister and Bowden not able to contribute. But a massive slog out by Laker at the death set a very competitive 179 needed for victory on this super overcast day with very little moisture on the pitch. Plenty for the bowlers to assist during South Africas Chase.

South African Innings

Stand in Captain/allrounder Mcvee really stole the show with the ball, after showing good club form and the need for a slower pace bowler on this pitch he was given a chance and made the most of it. 4 Wickets on T20 debut is a bowlers dream. After disappointing with the ball during the World cup qualifiers he has put his hand up for regular inclusion going forward. The other debutant today who has yet to play for Australia Bowles had a reasonable start to his career but was left with little to do with the early damage done. Specialist Spinner Allman had his best game yet for Australia with 3 wickets so the depth of this Australian side right now is really starting to show with so many players making the most of their opportunities.

Crawford Medal Points

3 Points Truelove
2 Points Laker
1 Point Thorndyke

Bashford Medal Points

Mcvee 3 points
Allman 1 Point

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Cumulative Medal points:

Medals Tally (Following South Africa Game)

Crawford Medal

Laker 8 points
Truelove 6 Points
Thorndyke 6 points
Bowden 3 Points
Needham 2 Points
Winton 1 Point
Smee 1 Point

Bashford Medal

Melville 7 points
Traynor 7 points
Lang 6 points
Mcvee 3 points
Allman 1 Point
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Re: Season 22 T20 Matches

Postby SM-xmarra » Sun Dec 15, 2019 11:41 pm

rtj45 wrote:Sigh. Best bowler goes for 52 runs in the game to the all rounders, best bat gets bowled out by the 38 skill bowler. :/


Hmmmm, dont agree with the puvi going for 52 to "all rounders", considering at least a third (18) of those runs were when he bowled to the opener Tyler.

As for the 38 skill bowler, yes however he's a fast bowler on that extremely quick deck so going to be an improved performance.

Good game though.
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Re: Season 22 T20 Matches

Postby bumpuss » Tue Dec 17, 2019 9:43 am

Team of the round: Round 7

1. D.Tyler (New Zealand): 83 of 50 balls to set up NZ to a big total of 203 against England.
2. T.Msenti (Zimbabwe): Pretty much won the game for Zimbabwe against Sri Lanka on his own with 97* (61)
3. D.Truelove (Australia): Made batting look easy with his 82 of 55 balls
4. A.Jacobs (Sri Lanka): Top scored for Sri lanka
5. N.Rashid (Bangladesh): Finisher role to win against India 54 of 37 balls
6. D.Laker (Australia, wk): 30 off 11 balls can't ask for anymore
7. J.Sandiford (New Zealand): 40 off 20 balls and took 3 wickets
8. D.Fairbairn (West Indies): Impressive bowling 3/25 of 4 overs
9. T.McVee (Australia): Ripped through the South African batting 4/24
10. T.Maarten (Zimbabwe): Three key wickets against Sri Lanka 3/26
11. M.Niazi (Pakistan): Skipper leading the way 3/17, cleaning up the tail and getting the win
12. D.Kakkad (India): 53 off 47 balls in tough batting conditions

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Re: Season 22 T20 Matches

Postby ltraynor » Tue Dec 17, 2019 1:47 pm

Australia vs West Indies (From an Australian Point of view)

West Indian Innings

Sent into bat by Traynor on a wicket that looked to give alot to the bowlers, but still provide enough for a good batsman to capitalise. The West Indian openers cautiously saw off the first few overs without to much trouble. Until Partnership Breaker Allman came in and took the first wicket. It was pretty much constant wickets with Allman beating his career best from last week to get 4/16. The West Indian middle order provided little resistance but the tail did wag a little with the death bowlers not quite able to wrap it up. However Traynor eventually got the wicket and the rest fell from there set 93 to win West Indies would have to bowl well but it wasn't impossible as the Aussies showed there was definately alot in this pitch.

Australian Innings

Set a small total it was all the West Indies during the powerplay with wickets falling rapidly with key batsman: Thorndyke, Needham and Laker all going cheaply which was a huge blow to the Aussies who lost players who have the capacity to win the game off their own back. It was inform batsman Truelove and out of form Glenister who was able to finally anchor the innings and turn the game back in Australias innings before Glenister was stumped by some great keeping by Swash. In comes Bowden who seems to have a history of playing well against the West Indies as he really lifted the scoring rate and in a single over almost took the game back and Australia into a dominate position. Truelove fell late but the damage was done and Melville helped Bowden score the final runs needed to secure victory. Definately a great turn around from the early stages in this season when a massive loss against England got the season off to a poor start. Lots of players finding form and making contributions. Just Bangladesh to go the ODI winners from last season will be no easy to beat team so we'll have to be on our toes for that one. Well played West Indies, felt like it was 50/50 when those 3 wickets fell early.

Crawford Medal Points

Bowden 3 Points
Glenister 1 Point

Bashford Medal Points

Allman 3 points
Traynor 2 points

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Cumulative Medal points:

Medals Tally (Following West Indies Game)

Crawford Medal

Laker 8 points
Truelove 6 Points
Thorndyke 6 points
Bowden 6 Points
Needham 2 Points
Winton 1 Point
Smee 1 Point
Glenister 1 Point

Bashford Medal

Traynor 9 points
Melville 7 points
Lang 6 points
Allman 4 Points
Mcvee 3 points
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