Discussion in 'Domestic Game Day' started by TheParraboy, Oct 28, 2014.
Maddinson 93 from 85 balls, 8 for 212 lead of 304 end of day 2
Another 30-40 would be ideal
Bollinger became the first player in history to get 2 Shield hattricks in a career.
Lyon 3/38 v SOK 4/46, hardly outbowled. Lyon had first two wickets in Vic's 2nd dig
Lyon now with the first 3 wickets, Vic 3/37
Other games: SA 6/337 v WA. Agar with 3 wickets, half tons to Cosgrove, Cooper and Smith
TAS 149 v QLD 2/135
Since when is 4 wickets not better than 3 ?
Vics 3/86 need another 241 to win
Since when does 4 wickets mean that that person has automatically outbowled someone with 3 wickets?
Vics 7/148 still need 178 runs
in the bag
Blues 3 wins in a row and are at the top of the ladder.
Not bad when the top side are all away.
Another round on.
NSW 7/297, Nevill again has lead the recovery from 5/102, currently 82* and continuing to show why he should be in the test team at present. Sandhu banging the ball about, on 70.
SA are 6/188 on day three, trailing Tasmania's 364. Cooper made 104.
Qld have been rolled by Victoria for 207, with Burns easily the standout scoring 86 opening the batting. Pattinson took 3/34
Nevill with another 100, get that man a Baggy Green.
Tassie bowled out for 237 by SOK and Lyon with 3 each.
Blues 0-4 in reply
Bayliss should reverse our batting order, the tail and Nev are the only ones who have scored runs since the return...and once again they've taken us from 6/110 to 394.
Nice 87 from SOK, shame Sandu ran out of partners on 98.
Tasmaniacs 6/147 in the second innings, lead of 10 runs
wow, this new pts system is somewhat confusing
Hard to believe we are down to the last game.
We dont play anywhere near enough 4 day cricket in this country imo.
Interesting game situations:
VIC 449 & 1/47 v TAS 145
NSW 407 v WA 1/55
SA 230 v QLD 8/354
And can someone explain to me how Hopes is opening the bowling for QLD?
Vics will no doubt win so NSW must beat to make the final
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