Season 22 T20 Matches

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Re: Season 22 T20 Matches

Postby rtj45 » Tue Dec 17, 2019 6:36 pm

xmarra wrote:
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.


This isn't a qualm against New Zealand, more of a qualm of how we lost.

Tbf Tyler is a good bat but with the opener trait and a high variation England bowling attack he did well to stay in for so long. Puvi shipped the bulk of his expense to the all rounders at the death, with poker-faced superstar and high variation - gna happen eventually in law of averages but can't really deny it happened. Comparing him to the 38 skill bowler with no bowling traits, yes the 38 skill is fast and he did bowl mainly to the tail - but still frustrating when your bowlers get humped.

It was a good game and no problems with losing - You have a strong team and could easily win that game 50% of the time - just annoyed at how we lost. Sri Lanka game we just got outplayed and didn't score enough batting first. Feel one or two good performances from NZL v bad from us (which were probably lower than average players on your side relative to context vs. generally above average on ours - proved decisive).
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Re: Season 22 T20 Matches

Postby liquefry » Tue Dec 17, 2019 9:54 pm

How did Pakistan win that game vs Sri Lanka!? 193 run chase in less than 17 overs! Some massive hitting from both teams but the Pakistan middle order really took a stick to the Sri Lankan bowlers, particularly Verwarda (1/63). Ouch

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Re: Season 22 T20 Matches

Postby ltraynor » Wed Dec 18, 2019 9:37 am

So looking at the final round and who can make it who can't and what they need to do etc...

All that fun stuff.

The Important games are:

England vs Pakistan - Pakistan will need to win to make the finals. England will want to win to stop Australia sneaking on top.

Sri Lanka vs India - Sri Lanka will need a win to make the finals. India can make it but require a good solid 5 point win and other results to go in their favour.

West Indies vs New Zealand - a win here should secure finals for the kiwis. West Indies are not able to make it.

Bangladesh vs Australia - An Aussie win and an English loss will put Australia on top. Bangladesh will need a win to make the finals. (outside chance of sneaking in with a narrow loss)

Run home as I see it:


England : Best case: 1st Worst case: 2nd

Australia Best Case: 1st Worst case 3rd

Bangladesh Best Case: 2nd Worst Case: Not making the semis

Pakistan Best Case: 3rd Worst Case: Not making the semis

New Zealand Best Case 3rd Worst Case: Not making the semis

Sri Lanka Best Case: 3rd Worst Case: Not making the semis

India Best Case:3rd (highly unlikely) Worst Case not making the Semis

India need the following to happen to make the finals:

England to beat Pakistan with a bonus point; West Indies to beat New Zealand; They need to beat Sri Lanka with a bonus point. Can achieve 3rd if Australia beat Bangladesh by a considerable margin with a bonus point.
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Re: Season 22 T20 Matches

Postby bumpuss » Wed Dec 18, 2019 11:13 am

liquefry wrote:How did Pakistan win that game vs Sri Lanka!? 193 run chase in less than 17 overs! Some massive hitting from both teams but the Pakistan middle order really took a stick to the Sri Lankan bowlers, particularly Verwarda (1/63). Ouch


Last couple of games I was wracking my brain figuring out the bowling attack. The game against Pakistan, I had nightmares which came true :lol:

We have lot of spin options, could have gone with Overbeek or Kevin. Went Verwarda as he has strong record in T20s but if he gets spanked what can you do.

Anyhow its T20 anything can happen. Itraynor has gone through all possibilities no pressure :P

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Re: Season 22 T20 Matches

Postby bumpuss » Wed Dec 18, 2019 11:17 am

9.6 . Sandrasagra to Qazi 103 kph 2/10 offside
slog
thin edge de Silva MISSED STUMPING!
11.3 2 Sandrasagra to Qazi 106 kph 4/10 offside
slog
poorly timed de Silva DROPPED a tough chance in the deep!

11.5 1 Sandrasagra to Qazi 107 kph 4/10 channel
slog
skewed Sellamuttu DROPPED a easy chance in the infield!

:silent:

Pakistani keeper was just as bad though :mrgreen:

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Re: Season 22 T20 Matches

Postby ltraynor » Sat Dec 21, 2019 5:45 am

Bangladesh vs Australia (From an Australian perspective)

Bangladesh Innings

Sent into bat by Traynor Bangladesh got off to a steady start with both top order batsman scoring at a reasonable rate. The Opening duo of Mcvee and Winton were not able to break them. Bangladesh definately dominated the first half of the innings. But an amazing display of bowling in the later end particularly by Captain Traynor (4/19) left Bangladesh maybe a few runs short on a batting wicket. Setting 169 for Australia to win. Finn back behind the stumps this game also took 2 catches.

Australian Innings

2 Key Batsman in Thorndyke and Truelove rested leaving the batting order looking a bit different than usual .... in comes Glenister...

What can I say? Probably the most dominant individual performance of the season by an Aussie. Glenister stole the show with an upbeaten 104 (47) getting his first ever T20 International century and 2nd in any format. After such a lean season he paid back the faith in keeping him around with an amazing batting day. Little cameos by the rest of the top order but it was Glenisters day today. Happy as a National manager and a Club one for the first time ever with both my club players really dominating this game.

End of Regular Season Summary

After a slow start with a resounding loss to England and narrow loss to Sri Lanka it looked like Australia may struggle to make the finals at one point. But having won all the rest of the games since it's really been a matter of peaking at the right time and finding some new rising stars in Truelove and Allman particuarly who really round out an already strong Australian side.

The win here and Englands loss to Pakistan has meant a top of the table finish, another dominate season by Australia, who have historically been the strongest national team. T20 is a funny old game though so anything can happen in the finals. We start our preparations for NZ in the finals and wish all the other teams the best of luck.

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Crawford Award Points:

Glenister 3 points

Bashford Award Points:

Traynor 3 Points
Melville 1 Point

Cumulative Medal points:

Medals Tally (End of regular Season)

Crawford Medal

Laker 8 points
Truelove 6 Points
Thorndyke 6 points
Bowden 6 Points
Glenister 4 Point
Needham 2 Points
Winton 1 Point
Smee 1 Point


Bashford Medal

Traynor 12 points
Melville 8 points
Lang 6 points
Allman 4 Points
Mcvee 3 points
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Re: Season 22 T20 Matches

Postby ltraynor » Wed Dec 25, 2019 10:40 am

Semi Finals are up for 28th of December - Looking like a tough pitch for our game with NZ. Good luck all.
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Re: Season 22 T20 Matches

Postby SM-xmarra » Mon Dec 30, 2019 7:53 pm

Do we know when final will be arranged for?
Just mindful new years eve etc... coming up.

Thanks :thumbup:
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Re: Season 22 T20 Matches

Postby SM-xmarra » Thu Jan 02, 2020 11:37 pm

xmarra wrote:Do we know when final will be arranged for?
Just mindful new years eve etc... coming up.

Thanks :thumbup:


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Re: Season 22 T20 Matches

Postby conradij » Wed Jan 15, 2020 8:55 pm

xmarra wrote:
xmarra wrote:Do we know when final will be arranged for?
Just mindful new years eve etc... coming up.

Thanks :thumbup:


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