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  • PAULPAUL    2,528 posts
    Sri Lanka won the toss and batted first, in the third and final women's ODI at Allan Border Field. Sri Lanka scored 8/195, their second highest total against Australia. Chamari Athapaththu scored her 5th ODI century (the only Sri Lankan woman to have ever scored one in 167 ODIs).

    SL 8/195 - Athapaththu 103 (124), Wareham 2/18, Schutt 2/44

    SRI LANKAN WOMEN - HIGHEST ODIs TOTAL v AUSTRALIA
    9/257 at Bristol, 2017 CWC (AUS scored 2/262 in reply)
    8/195 at Allan Border Field, today
    9/176 at Dambulla, 2016 (AUS scored 8/254)
  • PAULPAUL    2,528 posts
    edited October 9
    PAUL said:

    Sri Lanka won the toss and batted first, in the third and final women's ODI at Allan Border Field. Sri Lanka scored 8/195, their second highest total against Australia.

    Australia succeed in breaking the record for most consecutive wins, chasing down the total in the 27th over. Alyssa Healy scoring her third ODI century.

    AUS 1/196 (26.5) - Healy 112* (76), Haynes 63 (74)

    MOST CONSECUTIVE WOMEN'S ODI WINS
    18* Australia (Feb 2018 to today)
    17 Australia (Dec 1997 to Feb 1999)
    16 Australia (Feb 1999 to Dec 2000)
    16 India (Feb 2016 to May 2017)

    MOST CONSECUTIVE WOMEN'S ODIs WITHOUT DEFEAT
    24 Australia (Jan 1978 to Feb 1985) - 23 wins, one tie
    20 England (Feb 2008 to Mar 2009) - 17 wins, 3 no results
    18* Australia (Feb 2018 to today) - 18 wins

    It will be a while before they get a chance to extend their winning record, with the next ODI not scheduled until the end of March, with a three game away series in South Africa.

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  • PAULPAUL    2,528 posts
    WA have won the toss and elected to bat first, in the opening Shield game against TAS at the WACA.

    TEAMS
    WA: Whiteman, Bancroft, S.Marsh, M.Marsh, Stoinis, Philippe, Inglis, Agar, Green, Richardson and Paris.
    TAS: Silk, Doolan, Bailey, Wade, McDermott, Jewell, Paine, Rainbird, Bird, Neil-Smith and Meredith.

    https://live.cricket.com.au/match/2405/46359/western-australia-men-vs-tasmanian-tigers-men-marsh-sheffield-shield-2019-20/scorecard
  • tonytony    1,844 posts
    edited October 11
    In India Kohli has just scored 254 no against South Africa (2nd test) in India's 601/5 dec.

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  • PAULPAUL    2,528 posts
    edited October 11
    tony said:

    In India Kohli has just scored 254 no against South Africa (2nd test) in India's 601/5 dec.

    His seventh double century and his highest score in Test cricket.

    HIGHEST SCORES
    254* v SA, Pune, today
    243 v SL, Dehli, 2017
    235 v ENG, Mumbai, 2016
    213 v SL, Nagpur, 2017
    211 v NZ, Indore, 2016
    204 v BAN, Hyderabad, 2017
    200 v WI, North Sound, 2016

    In that one innings, he moved up nine places from 56th to 47th in most career Test runs.

    CAREER TEST RUNS
    47 7,054 Kohli* (IND)
    48 7,043 Root* (ENG)
    49 7,037 Strauss (ENG)
    50 6,996 Bradman (AUS)
    51 6,973 Smith* (AUS), Jayasuriya (SL)
    53 6,971 Hutton (ENG)
    54 6,868 Vengsarkar (IND)
    55 6,839 Taylor* (NZ)
    56 6,806 Barrington (ENG)

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  • PAULPAUL    2,528 posts
    edited October 12
    PAUL said:

    WA have won the toss and elected to bat first, in the opening Shield game against TAS at the WACA.

    TEAMS
    WA: Whiteman, Bancroft, S.Marsh, M.Marsh, Stoinis, Philippe, Inglis, Agar, Green, Richardson and Paris.
    TAS: Silk, Doolan, Bailey, Wade, McDermott, Jewell, Paine, Rainbird, Bird, Neil-Smith and Meredith.

    https://live.cricket.com.au/match/2405/46359/western-australia-men-vs-tasmanian-tigers-men-marsh-sheffield-shield-2019-20/scorecard

    Tim Paine with his first first-class century in 13 years, and only the second in his first-class career. The other one was also at the WACA (215 as an opener in October 2006). Tasmania with a 60-run lead after the first innings.

    WA 337 (Stoinis 61, Philippe 48, Inglis 42, Bird 3/51)
    TAS 397 (Paine 121, Jewell 52, Silk 44, Richardson 3/58)

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  • PAULPAUL    2,528 posts
    edited October 13
    PAUL said:

    Tim Paine with his first first-class century in 13 years, and only the second in his first-class career. The other one was also at the WACA (215 as an opener in October 2006). Tasmania with a 60-run lead after the first innings.

    WA 337 (Stoinis 61, Philippe 48, Inglis 42, Bird 3/51)
    TAS 397 (Paine 121, Jewell 52, Silk 44, Richardson 3/58)

    Match ended in a draw.

    WA 337 (Stoinis 61, Philippe 48, Inglis 42, Bird 3/51)
    TAS 397 (Paine 121, Jewell 52, Silk 44, Richardson 3/58)
    WA 9d/383 (S.Marsh 85, Agar 76*, Stoinis 57, Bird 5/78)

    VIC and SA played out a boring draw at the Junction Oval on a pitch that could have easily been prepared by Vic Roads.

    VIC 6d/616 (Maddinson 224, Pucovski 123, Harris 114, Finch 57)
    SA 6/671 (Cooper 271*, Carey 117, Andrews 101, Hunt 75)

    In the other game, NSW beat QLD by five wickets up at the 'Gabba.

    QLD 153 (Labuschagne 69, Conway 5/17, Abbott 3/25)
    NSW 9d/288 (Warner 125, Bertus 53, Gannon 5/94)
    QLD 268 (Labuschagne 52, Burns 52, Conway 5/39)
    NSW 5/134 (Hughes 66*, Nevill 31*, Neser 3/42)

    POINTS
    1 New South Wales 7.88
    2 Victoria 3.18
    3 Western Australia 3.17
    4 Tasmania 2.86
    5 South Australia 2.27
    6 Queensland 0.90
  • TheDivaTheDiva    11,846 posts
    That WA attack need to have a good hard look at themselves if Tim Paine is scoring runs against them  :-/
  • TiversTivers    7,236 posts
    How about the Vic & SA attacks ???
  • VillageKidVillageKid    1,510 posts
    TheDiva said:

    That WA attack need to have a good hard look at themselves if Tim Paine is scoring runs against them  :-/

    Tim Paine has only scored 2 First Class hundreds and both were against WA at the WACA albeit 13 years apart!

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  • PAULPAUL    2,528 posts
    Tivers said:

    How about the Vic & SA attacks ???

    The pitch was a road. SA had some excuses, their three main first-class seamers (Sayers, Mennie and Worrall) were all out injured, so was effectively their "B side" bowling. As for the Vics, when Maxwell bowls 45 overs, Pattinson resorts to bowling off spin, and Handscomb and Harris roll the arm over for 18 overs combined (neither have ever taken a first-class wicket), it doesn't say much for the quality of the wicket or the match.
  • TiversTivers    7,236 posts
    Yep, the runs still go on the bats averages though.
    So for the rest of the summer we're going to have to hear how Cooper (for eg) should be selected because he scored 271 n.o. and is averaging XXX etc.............

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  • rooboyrooboy    1,337 posts
    Mitch Marsh,,,,Woweee!
    Just goes to show how dumb they can be!Had the world at his feet and fucks it up again!

    8-} 8-} 8-}

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  • PAULPAUL    2,528 posts
    VIC have won the toss and elected to bat first, in the Shield game against WA down at the WACA.

    TEAMS
    WA: Whiteman, Bancroft, S.Marsh, Stoinis, Cartwright, Philippe, Inglis, Agar, Richardson, Kelly and Moody.
    VIC: Harris, Maddinson, Pucovski, Handscomb, Maxwell, M.Short, Harper, Pattinson, Tremain, Siddle and Boland.

    https://live.cricket.com.au/match/2405/46362/western-australia-men-vs-victoria-men-marsh-sheffield-shield-2019-20/scorecard
  • PAULPAUL    2,528 posts
    edited October 18
    The WBBL commences tonight with the Sydney Sixers playing the Sydney Thunder at North Sydney Oval. Apart from the World Cups (the T20 edition to be played later this summer), this is probably the best line-up of female cricketers ever assembled to play in Australia. Each team is allowed up to five contracted international representatives (with a maximum of three overseas players).

    ADELAIDE STRIKERS
    Suzie Bates (NZ), Darcie Brown, Sarah Coyte, Sophie Devine (NZ), Ellie Falconer, Katie Mack, Tahlia McGrath, Tegan McPharlin, Annie O’Neil, Bridget Patterson, Alex Price, Tabatha Saville, Megan Schutt (AUS), Stafanie Taylor (WI), Amanda-Jade Wellington (AUS) and Lauren Winfield* (ENG).
    * International replacement player

    BRISBANE HEAT
    Lilly Mills, Charli Knott, Haidee Birkett, Maddy Green (NZ), Grace Harris, Laura Harris, Mikayla Hinkley, Sammy-Jo Johnson, Jess Jonassen (AUS), Amelia Kerr (NZ), Delissa Kimmince (AUS), Beth Mooney (AUS), Georgia Prestwidge, Kirby Short and Courtney Sippel.

    HOBART HURRICANES
    Nicola Carey (AUS), Stefanie Daffara, Erin Fazackerley, Katelyn Fryett, Maisy Gibson, Corinna Hall, Brooke Hepburn, Heather Knight (ENG), Hayley Matthews* (WI), Sasha Moloney, Meg Phillips, Emily Smith, Chloe Tryon (SA), Belinda Vakarewa, Tayla Vlaeminck (AUS) and Fran Wilson (ENG).
    * International replacement player

    MELBOURNE RENEGADES
    Tammy Beaumont (ENG), Makinley Blows, Maitlan Brown, Josie Dooley, Jess Duffin, Erica Kershaw, Claire Koski, Carly Leeson, Sophie Molineux (AUS), Courtney Neale, Molly Strano, Lea Tahuhu (NZ), Georgia Wareham (AUS), Courtney Webb and Danni Wyatt (ENG).

    MELBOURNE STARS
    Kristen Beams, Lucy Cripps, Mignon du Preez (SA), Nicole Faltum, Holly Ferling, Tess Flintoff, Nicola Hancock, Emma Inglis, Alana King, Lizelle Lee (SA), Katey Martin (NZ), Erin Osborne, Angela Reakes, Annabel Sutherland and Elyse Villani (AUS).

    PERTH SCORCHERS
    Jemma Barsby, Samantha Betts, Nicole Bolton (AUS), Mathilda Carmichael, Piepa Cleary, Kim Garth (IRE), Heather Graham*, Kath Hempenstall, Amy Jones (ENG), Emma King, Meg Lanning (AUS) Taneale Peschel, Chloe Piparo, Georgia Redmayne and Natalie Sciver (ENG).
    * Has represented AUS since the cut-off period.

    SYDNEY SIXERS
    Sarah Aley, Alisha Bates, Erin Burns*, Stella Campbell, Lauren Cheatle, Maddy Darke, Ashleigh Gardner (AUS), Alyssa Healy (AUS), Jodie Hicks, Emma Hughes, Marizanne Kapp (SA), Ellyse Perry (AUS), Hayley Silver-Holmes, Dane van Niekerk (SA) and Lauren Smith.
    * Has represented AUS since the cut-off period.

    SYDNEY THUNDER
    Rachael Haynes (AUS), Sam Bates, Alex Blackwell, Nida Dar (PAK), Hannah Darlington, Rene Farrell, Lisa Griffith, Saskia Horley, Shabnim Ismail (SA), Phoebe Litchfield, Kate Peterson, Rachel Priest (NZ), Naomi Stalenberg, Rachel Trenaman and Tahlia Wilson.
  • TiversTivers    7,236 posts
    Bugger.
    Was hoping your post was VIC all out, for 103 !
    :)
  • PAULPAUL    2,528 posts
    edited October 18
    I wish ... but our record against the Vics in Shield isn't great (only two outright wins, out of 15 matches, in last seven seasons). The only outright win at the WACA was in February 2017, when Behrendorff took 14 wickets (9/37 & 5/52), WA winning by an innings & 38 runs. The Vics have won four of the past five Shield games played at the WACA.
  • PAULPAUL    2,528 posts
    edited October 19
    Centuries to SOS, Smith and Henriques plus a 5-for for Starc today in the Shield cricket.

    WA v VIC, WACA
    VIC 341 (Harper 72, Harris 69, Pucovski 64, M.Short 55)
    WA 4/256 (S.Marsh 101*, Stoinis 56)

    NSW v TAS, Drummoyne Oval
    TAS 268 (Webster 65, Doolan 58, Starc 5/40)
    NSW 2/275 (Henriques 116*, Smith 102*)

    QLD v SA, 'Gabba
    SA 221 (Andrews 78, Cooper 69, Neser 5/56)
    QLD 7/242 (Hemphrey 64, Street 53*, W.Agar 3/29, Winter 3/64)
  • PAULPAUL    2,528 posts
    edited October 20
    A double century to SOS down at the WACA today, his highest ever first class innings (previous best, 182 v West Indies at Bellerive Oval, December 2015). WA declare with a 178-run lead after the first innings.

    WA v VIC, WACA - WA lead by 178
    VIC 341 (Harper 72, Harris 69, Pucovski 64, M.Short 55)
    WA 9d/519 (S.Marsh 214, Philippe 65, Inglis 58, Pattinson 4/117)

    NSW v TAS, Drummoyne Oval - TAS lead by 36
    TAS 268 (Webster 65, Doolan 58, Starc 5/40)
    NSW 364 (Henriques 124, Smith 106, Meredith 5/98)
    TAS 9/132 (Wade 40, Starc 4/20)

    QLD v SA, 'Gabba - QLD need 48 more to win
    SA 221 (Andrews 78, Cooper 69, Neser 5/56)
    QLD 264 (Hemphrey 64, Street 53, W.Agar 4/30, Winter 4/81)
    SA 192 (Sayers 42, Bartlett 3/33, Gannon 3/41)
    QLD 5/102 (Labuschagne 33*, Peirson 22*, Winter 3/23)
  • TiversTivers    7,236 posts
    WA in this.................
    86/5 at Lunch !

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  • TiversTivers    7,236 posts
    YES !
    Got rid of Maxwell............who's chosen today of all days to finally do something !
  • tonytony    1,844 posts
    WA need 9 to win
  • PAULPAUL    2,528 posts
    edited October 21
    Fantastic result for WA.
    Funny, all three away teams won the toss, all of them elected to bat first and all three ended up losing.

    WA v VIC, WACA - WA won by 9 wickets
    VIC 341 & 186 (Maxwell 57, Stoinis 3/33, Richardson 3/40, Moody 3/57)
    WA 9d/519 (S.Marsh 214, Pattinson 4/117) & 1/9

    NSW v TAS, Drummoyne Oval - NSW won by 8 wickets
    TAS 268 (Starc 5/40) & 140 (Wade 40, Starc 5/20)
    NSW 364 (Henriques 124, Smith 106, Meredith 5/98) & 2/46

    QLD v SA, 'Gabba - QLD won by 4 wickets
    SA 221 (Andrews 78, Neser 5/56) & 192
    QLD 264 & 6/150 (Labuschagne 72*, Winter 4/37)

    POINTS (after 2/10 rounds)
    1 New South Wales 15.80 (2 wins)
    2 Western Australia 11.13 (1 win, 1 draw)
    3 Queensland 8.54 (1 win, 1 loss)
    4 Victoria 4.52 (1 draw, 1 loss)
    5 Tasmania 4.13 (1 draw, 1 loss)
    6 South Australia 3.48 (1 draw, 1 loss)

    South Australia have not won in their past 15 Shield matches (last win v NSW at SCG, February 2018).

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  • PAULPAUL    2,528 posts
    edited October 23
    Round 5 of the Marsh One-Day Cup took place today.

    WA won the toss and batted first, making 9/281 from 42 overs. After another rain delay, VIC will now be chasing a revised target. Initially, it was revised down to 250 off 35 overs, but just as play was due to restart, it started to rain again.

    WA 9/281 (42) - Bancroft 76 (70), Stoinis 45 (44), Turner 39 (27)

    In the other games today, SA beat QLD at the 'Gabba and TAS beat NSW at North Sydney Oval.

    QLD 9/295 - Labuschagne 135 (127), Peirson 48 (66), Agar 5/69
    SA 7/296 (49.4) - Ferguson 91 (113), Carey 79 (84), Lehmann 54* (62), Zampa 35* (15), Wildermuth 3/53

    NSW 237 (43.1) - Nevill 56 (71), Hughes 44 (56), Ellis 5/38
    TAS 4/239 (45.1) - Bailey 67 (73), Silk 59* (66), Hazlewood 3/47
  • PAULPAUL    2,528 posts
    edited October 23
    PAUL said:

    WA won the toss and batted first, making 9/281 from 42 overs. After another rain delay, VIC will now be chasing a revised target. Initially, it was revised down to 250 off 35 overs, but just as play was due to restart, it started to rain again.

    Target now revised down to 232 off 31 overs.
  • TiversTivers    7,236 posts
    Watching Canada v Ireland T20.
    As much as we disregard these second tier nations, they’re actually pretty good.
    T20 a great leveller v’s ODI or Test.

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  • PAULPAUL    2,528 posts
    PAUL said:

    Target now revised down to 232 off 31 overs.

    VIC were 1/11 after 2.2 overs when it started to rain again, target was then revised down to 175 off 20 overs. WA ended up winning by 9 runs.

    VIC 8/165 (20) - Handscomb 73* (54), Kelly 3/7, Stoinis 3/20

    POINTS (after 5/7 games)
    1 Western Australia 18 (4 wins, 2 bonus points)
    2 Queensland 14 (3 wins, 2 bonus points)
    3 South Australia 14 (3 wins, 2 bonus points)
    4 Victoria 8 (2 wins)
    5 Tasmania 7 (2 wins, 1 penalty point)
    6 New South Wales 5 (1 win, 1 bonus point)
  • PAULPAUL    2,528 posts
    Tivers said:

    Watching Canada v Ireland T20.
    As much as we disregard these second tier nations, they’re actually pretty good.
    T20 a great leveller v’s ODI or Test.

    One of our state players is playing in that tournament, Tim David (Singapore). He has played ten T20Is for Singapore, represented WA, played eight games for the Scorchers and plays for Claremont-Nedlands in the WA Premier Cricket.
  • TiversTivers    7,236 posts
    Aka Smithy
  • PAULPAUL    2,528 posts
    edited October 27
    Australia record their biggest win (by runs) against Sri Lanka (it was also Sri Lanka's biggest loss in a T20I), in the first T20I at the Adelaide Oval, winning by 134 runs.

    AUS 2/233 - Warner 100*, Finch 64, Maxwell 62
    SL 9/99 - Zampa 3/14, Starc 2/18, Cummins 2/27

    Kasun Rajitha (0/75) with the most expensive bowling figures ever in a T20I.

    AUS BIGGEST T20I WINS (by runs)
    134 runs - 2/233 v SL (9/99), Adelaide, today
    100 runs - 2/229 v ZIM (9/129), Harare, 2018
    95 runs - 3/209 v SA (114), 'Gabba, 2006
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