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PAULPAUL    2,665 posts
edited July 2021 Sport
AUSTRALIAN MEN'S
Jul 10, T20I, WI 6/145 (20) d AUS 127 (16), Gros Islet, 7:30
Jul 11, T20I, WI 4/196 (20) d AUS 140 (19.2), Gros Islet, 7:30
Jul 13, T20I, AUS 6/141 (20) lost to WI 4/142 (14.5), Gros Islet, 7:30
Jul 15, T20I, AUS 6/189 (20) d WI 6/185 (20), Gros Islet, 7:30
Jul 17, T20I, WI 8/199 (20) d AUS 9/183 (20), Gros Islet, 7:30
Jul 21, ODI, AUS 9/252 (50) d WI 123 (26.2), Bridgetown, 2:30
Jul 23, ODI, WI v AUS, Bridgetown, 2:30
Jul 25, ODI, WI v AUS, Bridgetown, 2:30
Oct 17-Nov 14, T20I WORLD CUP, UAE/Oman, TBC
Nov 27-Dec 1, TEST, AUS v Afghanistan, Bellerive Oval, 7:30
Dec 8-12, ASHES TEST, AUS v England, The Gabba, 8:00
Dec 16-20, ASHES TEST, AUS v England, Adelaide Oval, 12:00
Dec 26-30, ASHES TEST, AUS v England, MCG, 7:30
Jan 5-9, ASHES TEST, AUS v England, SCG, 10:30
Jan 14-18, ASHES TEST, AUS v England, Perth Stadium, 10:30
Jan 30, ODI, AUS v New Zealand, Perth Stadium, 11:40
Feb 2, ODI, AUS v New Zealand, Bellerive Oval, 11:10
Feb 5, ODI, AUS v New Zealand, SCG, 11:10
Feb 8, T20I, AUS v New Zealand, Manuka Oval, 4:10
Feb 11, T20I, AUS v Sri Lanka, SCG, 4:00
Feb 13, T20I, AUS v Sri Lanka, The Gabba, 4:10
Feb 15, T20I, AUS v Sri Lanka, Carrara, 4:10

AUSTRALIAN WOMEN'S
Sep 19, ODI, AUS v India, North Sydney Oval, 11:15
Sep 22, ODI, AUS v India, Junction Oval, 7:05
Sep 24, ODI, AUS v India, Junction Oval, 7:05
Sep 30-Oct 4, TEST, AUS v India, WACA, 2:00
Oct 7, T20I, AUS v India, North Sydney Oval, 4:40
Oct 9, T20I, AUS v India, North Sydney Oval, 4:10
Oct 11, T20I, AUS v India, North Sydney Oval, 4:10
Jan 27-31, ASHES TEST, AUS v England, Manuka Oval, 7:00
Feb 4, ASHES T20I, AUS v England, North Sydney Oval, 4:10
Feb 6, ASHES T20I, AUS v England, North Sydney Oval, 4:10
Feb 10, ASHES T20I, AUS v England, Adelaide Oval, 4:10
Feb 13, ASHES ODI, AUS v England, Adelaide Oval, 7:05
Feb 16, ASHES ODI, AUS v England, Junction Oval, 7:05
Feb 19, ASHES ODI, AUS v England, Junction Oval, 7:05
Mar 5, ODI WORLD CUP, AUS v England, Hamilton, 9:00
Mar 8, ODI WORLD CUP, AUS v Qualifier 3, Mount Maunganui, 9:00
Mar 13, ODI WORLD CUP, New Zealand v AUS, Basin Reserve, 5:00
Mar 15, ODI WORLD CUP, AUS v Qualifier 1, Basin Reserve, 5:00
Mar 19, ODI WORLD CUP, India v AUS, Eden Park, 9:00
Mar 22, ODI WORLD CUP, South Africa v AUS, Basin Reserve, 5:00
Mar 25, ODI WORLD CUP, Qualifier 2 v AUS, Basin Reserve, 5:00
Mar 30, ODI WORLD CUP, SEMI FINAL 1, Basin Reserve, 5:00
Mar 31, ODI WORLD CUP, SEMI FINAL 2, Hagley Oval, 9:00
Apr 3, ODI WORLD CUP, FINAL, Hagley Oval, 9:00

DOMESTIC MEN'S
Sep 12, MARSH CUP, WA v NSW, WACA, 9:30
Sep 14, MARSH CUP, NSW v QLD, WACA, 1:30
Sep 16, MARSH CUP, WA v QLD, WACA, 1:30
Sep 28-Oct 1, SHEFFIELD SHIELD, SA v WA, Karen Rolton Oval, 8:30
Oct 3, MARSH CUP, SA v WA, Karen Rolton Oval, 7:30
Oct 6, MARSH CUP, VIC v WA, St Kilda, 7:00
Oct 14-17, SHEFFIELD SHIELD, WA v QLD, WACA, 10:30
Oct 26-29, SHEFFIELD SHIELD, TAS v WA, Bellerive Oval, 7:30
Oct 31, MARSH CUP, TAS v WA, Bellerive Oval, 7:00
Nov 6-9, SHEFFIELD SHIELD, NSW v WA, Bankstown Oval, 7:30
Nov 17-20, SHEFFIELD SHIELD, VIC v WA, MCG, 7:30
Nov 28-Dec 1, SHEFFIELD SHIELD, WA v TAS, WACA, 10:30
Dec 8, BBL|11, Scorchers v Heat, Perth Stadium, 6:35
Dec 11, BBL|11, Scorchers v Strikers, Perth Stadium, 6:30
Dec 14, BBL|11, Hurricanes v Scorchers, Bellerive Oval, 4:15
Dec 20, BBL|11, Scorchers v Hurricanes, Perth Stadium, 4:15
Dec 22, BBL|11, Renegades v Scorchers, Docklands, 4:15
Dec 26, BBL|11, Scorchers v Renegades, Perth Stadium, 6:15
Dec 28, BBL|11, Thunder v Scorchers, Manuka Oval, 4:15
Dec 30, BBL|11, Scorchers v Stars, Perth Stadium, 4:15
Jan 2, BBL|11, Stars v Scorchers, St Kilda, 12:30
Jan 5, BBL|11, Scorchers v Thunder, Perth Stadium, 6:15
Jan 6, BBL|11, Scorchers v Sixers, Perth Stadium, 6:15
Jan 9, BBL|11, Sixers v Scorchers, Coffs Harbour, 4:15
Jan 14, BBL|11, Strikers v Scorchers, Adelaide Oval, 5:15
Jan 19, BBL|11, Heat v Scorchers, The Gabba, 10:30
Jan 21, BBL|11, ELIMINATOR, 4:15
Jan 22, BBL|11, QUALIFIER, 4:15
Jan 23, BBL|11, KNOCKOUT, 4:15
Jan 26, BBL|11, CHALLENGER, 4:15
Jan 28, BBL|11, FINAL, 4:15
Feb 6-9, SHEFFIELD SHIELD, WA v SA, WACA, 10:30
Feb 11, MARSH CUP, WA v SA, WACA, 10:00
Feb 16-19, SHEFFIELD SHIELD, QLD v WA, The Gabba, 8:00
Feb 21, MARSH CUP, QLD v WA, The Gabba, 12:00
Feb 27, MARSH CUP, FINAL, 11:00
Mar 5-8, SHEFFIELD SHIELD, WA v VIC, WACA, 10:30
Mar 16-19, SHEFFIELD SHIELD, WA v NSW, WACA, 10:30
Mar 26-29, SHEFFIELD SHIELD, FINAL

DOMESTIC WOMEN'S
Sep 23, WNCL, SA v WA, Karen Rolton Oval, 8:00
Sep 25, WNCL, ACT v WA, Gladys Elphick Park, 8:00
Oct 16, WBBL|07, Scorchers v Heat, North Sydney Oval, 12:40
Oct 20, WBBL|07, Heat v Scorchers, Blacktown, 4:05
Oct 23, WBBL|07, Thunder v Sixers, WACA, 12:40
Oct 23, WBBL|07, Scorchers v Renegades, WACA, 4:05
Oct 24, WBBL|07, Sixers v Renegades, WACA, 10:40
Oct 24, WBBL|07, Scorchers v Thunder, WACA, 2:15
Oct 30, WBBL|07, Strikers v Renegades, Lilac Hill, 10:30
Oct 30, WBBL|07, Scorchers v Sixers, Lilac Hill, 2:15
Oct 31, WBBL|07, Renegades v Sixers, Lilac Hill, 10:30
Oct 31, WBBL|07, Scorchers v Strikers, Lilac Hill, 2:15
Nov 5, WBBL|07, Hurricanes v Scorchers, Karen Rolton Oval, 11:15
Nov 6, WBBL|07, Strikers v Scorchers, Karen Rolton Oval, 11:15
Nov 9, WBBL|07, Scorchers v Hurricanes, Blacktown, 12:40
Nov 10, WBBL|07, Renegades v Scorchers, Blacktown, 12:40
Nov 13, WBBL|07, Stars v Scorchers, Ballarat, 11:00
Nov 14, WBBL|07, Thunder v Scorchers, Ballarat, 7:15
Nov 20, WBBL|07, Scorchers v Stars, Karen Rolton Oval, 7:15
Nov 21, WBBL|07, Sixers v Scorchers, Karen Rolton Oval, 7:15
Nov 24, WBBL|07, SEMI FINAL 1, 4:05
Nov 25, WBBL|07, SEMI FINAL 2, 4:05
Nov 27, WBBL|07, FINAL, 4:05
Dec 17, WNCL, WA v QLD, WACA, 11:00
Dec 19, WNCL, NSW v QLD, WACA, 10:00
Dec 21, WNCL, WA v NSW, WACA, 10:00
Jan 9, WNCL, SA v WA, Manuka Oval, 7:00
Jan 11, WNCL, ACT v WA, Manuka Oval, 7:00
Feb 14, WNCL, WA v TAS, WACA, 10:00
Feb 16, WNCL, TAS v VIC, Lilac Hill, 10:00
Feb 18, WNCL, WA v VIC, Lilac Hill, 10:00
Mar 6, WNCL, FINAL, TBC

Comments

  • TiversTivers    7,669 posts
    Ambitious trying to play 3 x One Dayers in Perth early / mid September..............(still raining here until at least October).

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  • PAULPAUL    2,665 posts
    Now locked in are five T20Is against Bangladesh early next month.

    Aug 3, T20I, Bangladesh v AUS, Dhaka, 7pm
    Aug 4, T20I, Bangladesh v AUS, Dhaka, 7pm
    Aug 6, T20I, Bangladesh v AUS, Dhaka, 7pm
    Aug 7, T20I, Bangladesh v AUS, Dhaka, 7pm
    Aug 9, T20I, Bangladesh v AUS, Dhaka, 7pm
  • PAULPAUL    2,665 posts
    The T20 World Cup started yesterday.

    PRELIMINARY ROUNDS
    Group A: Oman, PNG, Bangladesh, Scotland
    Group B: Ireland, Netherlands, Sri Lanka, Namibia

    Yesterday
    • Oman d PNG by 10 wickets (38 balls spare)
    • Scotland d Bangladesh by 6 runs
    Today
    • Ireland v Netherlands, 6pm
    • Sri Lanka v Namibia, 10pm
    Tomorrow
    • Scotland v PNG, 6pm
    • Bangladesh v Oman, 10pm
    Wednesday 20/10
    • Namibia v Netherlands, 6pm
    • Sri Lanka v Ireland, 10pm
    Thursday 21/10
    • Bangladesh v PNG, 6pm
    • Oman v Scotland, 10pm
    Friday 22/10
    • Namibia v Ireland, 6pm
    • Sri Lanka v Netherlands, 10pm

    Top two from each group go through

    GROUP STAGES
    Group 1: Australia, South Africa, England, West Indies, 1st Group A, 2nd Group B
    Group 2: Afghanistan, India, New Zealand, Pakistan, 1st Group B, 2nd Group A.

    Saturday 23/10
    • Australia v South Africa, 6pm
    • England v West Indies, 10pm
    Sunday 24/10
    • 1st Group A v 2nd Group B, 6pm
    • India v Pakistan, 10pm
    Monday 25/10
    • Afghanistan v 1st Group B, 10pm
    Tuesday 26/10
    • South Africa v West Indies, 6pm
    • Pakistan v New Zealand, 10pm
    Wednesday 27/10
    • England v 2nd Group B, 6pm
    • 1st Group B v 2nd Group A, 10pm
    Thursday 28/10
    • Australia v 1st Group A, 10pm
    Friday 29/10
    • West Indies v 2nd Group B, 6pm
    • Pakistan v Afghanistan, 10pm
    Saturday 30/10
    • South Africa v 1st Group A, 6pm
    • Australia v England, 10pm
    Sunday 31/10
    • Afghanistan v 2nd Group A, 6pm
    • India v New Zealand, 10pm
    Monday 1/11
    • England v 1st Group A, 10pm
    Tuesday 2/11
    • South Africa v 2nd Group B, 6pm
    • Pakistan v 2nd Group A, 10pm
    Wednesday 3/11
    • New Zealand v 1st Group B, 6pm
    • India v Afghanistan, 10pm
    Thursday 4/11
    • Australia v 2nd Group B, 6pm
    • West Indies v 1st Group A, 10pm
    Friday 5/11
    • New Zealand v 2nd Group A, 6am
    • India v 1st Group B, 10pm
    Saturday 6/11
    • Australia v West Indies, 6pm
    • England v South Africa, 10pm
    Sunday 7/11
    • New Zealand v Afghanistan, 6pm
    • Pakistan v 1st Group B, 10pm
    Monday 8/11
    • India v 2nd Group A, 10pm

    Top two from each group progress through

    FINALS
    Wednesday 10/11 - Semi Final 1, 10pm
    Thursday 11/11 - Semi Final 2, 10pm
    Sunday 14/11 - Final, 10pm

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  • PAULPAUL    2,665 posts
    PAUL said:

    The T20 World Cup started yesterday.

    PRELIMINARY ROUNDS
    Group A: Oman, PNG, Bangladesh, Scotland
    Group B: Ireland, Netherlands, Sri Lanka, Namibia

    Yesterday
    • Oman d PNG by 10 wickets (38 balls spare)
    • Scotland d Bangladesh by 6 runs
    Today
    • Ireland d Netherlands by 7 wickets (29 balls spare)
    • Sri Lanka d Namibia by 7 wickets (39 balls spare)
    Tomorrow
    • Scotland d PNG by 17 runs
    • Bangladesh d Oman by 26 runs
    Wednesday 20/10
    • Namibia d Netherlands by 6 wickets (6 balls spare)
    • Sri Lanka d Ireland by 70 runs
    Thursday 21/10
    • Bangladesh d PNG by 84 runs
    • Oman lost to Scotland by 8 wickets (18 balls spare)
    Friday 22/10
    • Namibia d Ireland by 8 wickets (9 balls spare)
    • Sri Lanka d Netherlands by 8 wickets (77 balls spare)

    Top two from each group went through to the Super 12.
    Group 1: Scotland and Bangladesh; Group 2: Sri Lanka and Namibia.

    Australia definitely in the much tougher group in the Super 12s

    SUPER 12s
    Group 1: Australia, South Africa, England, West Indies, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh.
    Group 2: Afghanistan, India, New Zealand, Pakistan, Scotland, Namibia.

    Tonight
    • Australia v South Africa, 6pm
    • England v West Indies, 10pm
    Tomorrow
    • Sri Lanka v Bangladesh, 6pm
    • India v Pakistan, 10pm
    Monday 25/10
    • Afghanistan v Scotland, 10pm
    Tuesday 26/10
    • South Africa v West Indies, 6pm
    • Pakistan v New Zealand, 10pm
    Wednesday 27/10
    • England v Bangladesh, 6pm
    • Scotland v Namibia, 10pm
    Thursday 28/10
    • Australia v Sri Lanka, 10pm
    Friday 29/10
    • West Indies v Bangladesh, 6pm
    • Pakistan v Afghanistan, 10pm
    Saturday 30/10
    • South Africa v Sri Lanka, 6pm
    • Australia v England, 10pm
    Sunday 31/10
    • Afghanistan v Namibia, 6pm
    • India v New Zealand, 10pm
    Monday 1/11
    • England v Sri Lanka, 10pm
    Tuesday 2/11
    • South Africa v Bangladesh, 6pm
    • Pakistan v Namibia, 10pm
    Wednesday 3/11
    • New Zealand v Scotland, 6pm
    • India v Afghanistan, 10pm
    Thursday 4/11
    • Australia v Bangladesh, 6pm
    • West Indies v Sri Lanka, 10pm
    Friday 5/11
    • New Zealand v Namibia, 6am
    • India v Scotland, 10pm
    Saturday 6/11
    • Australia v West Indies, 6pm
    • England v South Africa, 10pm
    Sunday 7/11
    • New Zealand v Afghanistan, 6pm
    • Pakistan v Scotland, 10pm
    Monday 8/11
    • India v Namibia, 10pm

    Top two from each group progress through

    FINALS
    Wednesday 10/11 - Semi Final 1, 10pm
    Thursday 11/11 - Semi Final 2, 10pm
    Sunday 14/11 - Final, 10pm

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  • PAULPAUL    2,665 posts
    edited October 2021
    Some statistics for the T20 World Cup.

    MOST WORLD CUP RUNS
    1,016 Jayawardene (SL)
    920 Gayle (WI)
    897 Dilshan (SL)
    777 Kohli (IND)
    717 de Villiers (SA)
    675 Shakib Al Hasan (BAN)
    673 Rohit Sharma (IND)
    661 Sangakkara (SL)
    637 McCullum (NZ)
    593 Yuvraj Singh (IND)
    580 Pietersen (ENG)
    568 Duminy (SA)
    562 Taylor (NZ)
    546 Shoaib Malik (PAK), Shahid Afridi (PAK)
    537 Watson (AUS)

    MOST T20I RUNS
    3,159 Kohli (IND)
    2,939 Guptill (NZ)
    2,864 Rohit Sharma (IND)
    2,570 Stirling (IRE)
    2,473 Finch (AUS)
    2,429 Mohammed Hafeez (PAK)
    2,360 Morgan (ENG)
    2,335 Shoaib Malik (PAK)
    2,265 Warner (AUS)
    2,204 Babar Azam (PAK)
    2,140 McCullum (NZ)

    MOST WORLD CUP WICKETS
    39 Shakib Al Hasan (BAN), Shahid Afridi (PAK)
    38 Malinga (SL)
    36 Saeed Ajmal (PAK)
    35 Mendis (SL), Umar Gul (PAK)
    30 Steyn (SA), Broad (ENG)
    25 Bravo (WI)
    24 Badree (WI)), Morkel (SA)
    23 N. McCullum (NZ)
    22 Swann (ENG), Watson (AUS)
    20 Ashwin (IND), Johnson (AUS), Vettori (NZ)

    MOST T20I WICKETS
    115 Shakib Al Hasan (BAN)
    107 Malinga (SL)
    99 Southee (NZ)
    98 Shahid Afridi (PAK)
    95 Rashid Khan (AFG)
    85 Umar Gul (PAK), Saeed Ajmal (PAK)
    82 Mustafizur Rahman (BAN)
    76 Dockrell (IRE), Bravo (WI)
    73 Sodhi (NZ), Jordan (ENG)
    72 Mohammad Nabi (AFG)

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  • PAULPAUL    2,665 posts
    edited October 2021
    Aussies made hard work of the small run chase, only chasing down 119 with two deliveries to spare. It's only their 5th win out of 16 T20s this year.

    SA 9/118 (Markram 40, Hazlewood 2/19, Zampa 2/21)
    AUS 5/121 (Smith 35, Stoinis 24*, Nortje 2/21)

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  • JayJayJayJay    6,659 posts
    If we were in group 2, we might have been a silly chance against powerhouses Scotland, Afghanistan and Namibia. What sort of joke is this tournament?

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  • ThunderstruckThunderstruck    5,876 posts
    I remember a day long ago when the novelty that was 20/20 was exciting(a greenhorn Warner smashing 150km/h Steyn thunderbolts over the midwicket fence hell i'll always remember that)...sadly that was long ago it's now mostly rubbish imo, in fact cricket in general barely grabs my attention anymore and i will likely not watch any of this "tournament" AT ALL.

    no knock on Paul who does fine work posting the information i will say, it is generally my catch up source and an occasional click on a headline which i may or may not read all of...

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  • JayJayJayJay    6,659 posts
    Yep, the Australian cricket scene (and probably the international scene as well) has degenerated into a second rate soap opera, overwhelmed by overpaid look at me types who don't produce on a regular basis but never offer to pay back any of their ridiculous contracts. So much money, so little of it trickles back down to keep the game vibrant, India probably the exception, apparently Namibia and Papua New Guineas as well.I am no fan of Justy as a coach, huge respect when he was playing, but all this intensity, focus crap he carries on with leaves me cold, no wonder he gives the players the screaming irrits. And T20 never appealed and even less nowadays. Not for me. And yes, zero knock on Paul, he does a great job siphoning off facts and figures from all the garbage written in print.

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  • PAULPAUL    2,665 posts
    edited October 2021
    JayJay said:

    If we were in group 2, we might have been a silly chance against powerhouses Scotland, Afghanistan and Namibia. What sort of joke is this tournament?

    Especially when the ICC decide to switch around the teams who qualify halfway through the opening stage. If they went with the original setup, Namibia and Scotland would have been in our group, whilst Bangladesh and Sri Lanka would have been in Group 2. However, they changed it once it became obvious that Sri Lanka and Scotland were going to win their groups easily.

    Personally, I'm not a huge fan of international T20 cricket. I think it's an ideal format for women's cricket and perhaps domestically (if you don't take it too seriously). However, with not much sport on at night time atm, it's just something to watch, as opposed to the regular s*** that's on TV.

    RESULTS
    Saturday
    • Australia (5/121) d South Africa by 5 wickets (3 balls spare)
    • England (4/56) d West Indies by 6 wickets (70 balls spare)
    Last night
    • Sri Lanka (5/172) d Bangladesh by 5 wickets (7 balls spare)
    • India lost to Pakistan (0/152) by 10 wickets (13 balls spare)

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  • PAULPAUL    2,665 posts
    Monday
    • Afghanistan (4/190) d Scotland by 130 runs
    Tuesday
    • South Africa (2/144) d West Indies by 8 wickets (10 balls spare)
    • Pakistan (5/135) d New Zealand by 5 wickets (8 balls spare)
    Last night
    • England (2/126) d Bangladesh by 8 wickets (35 balls spare)
    • Scotland lost to Namibia (6/115) by 4 wickets (5 balls spare)

    STANDINGS
    GROUP 1
    England 2 4 +3.614
    Sri Lanka 1 2 +0.583
    Australia 1 2 +0.253
    South Africa 2 2 +0.179
    Bangladesh 2 0 -1.655
    West Indies 2 0 -2.550
    GROUP 2
    Pakistan 2 4 +0.738
    Afghanistan 1 2 +6.500
    Namibia 1 2 +0.550
    New Zealand 1 0 -0.532
    India 1 0 -0.973
    Scotland 2 0 -3.562
  • PAULPAUL    2,665 posts
    edited October 2021
    SHIELD UPDATE
    ROUND 1
    ● WA 9d/465 (S.Marsh 118, Green 106, Philippe 77, Cartwright 69) & 6/292 (Cartwright 121*) drew SA 492 (Head 163, Carder 118, McAndrew 65*)
    ● TAS 6d/500 (Ward 144, Silk 100*, McDermott 71, Wakim 62) & 3/196 (Ward 81, Neil-Smith 71*) drew QLD 5d/335 (Street 143, Peirson 106*)
    ROUND 2
    ● QLD 152 (Burns 48) & 7d/451 (Khawaja 174, Peirson 132) drew SA 280 (Nielsen 71, Head 55, Steketee 7/44) & 6/244 (Carder 79, Carey 66*)
    ● WA 238 (Philippe 60, Neil-Smith 5/43) & 230 (S.Marsh 58, Siddle 5/40) lost to TAS 252 (Neil-Smith 60, Webster 53*) & 7/217 (Jewell 52, Wakim 50)
    ROUND 3
    ● SA 128 (Carder 37) v WA 5/228 (Green 61, Cartwright 61*)
    ● VIC 199 (Maddinson 87, Abbott 6/38) & 1/72 v NSW 151 (Patterson 48)
    ● QLD 6d/487 (Labuschagne 136, Renshaw 120*, Khawaja 119, Burns 79) v TAS 4/116

    STANDINGS
    1 Tasmania 2 9.84 (1 win, 1 draw)
    2 South Australia 2 6.12 (2 draws)
    3 Queensland 2 4.43 (2 draws)
    4 Western Australia 2 4.13 (1 draw, 1 loss)
    5 NSW 0 0.00
    = Victoria 0 0.00

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  • ciscocisco    767 posts
    Fantastic job PAUL!! Thank you. =D>

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  • PAULPAUL    2,665 posts
    WA bowled out for 299 (Cartwright 73, Green 61, McAndrew 5/84), a lead of 171.
    VIC finished the day on 1/75, a lead of 123.
    TAS finished the day on 4/150, still 337 behind.
  • PAULPAUL    2,665 posts
    Warner (65) and Finch (37) finally find some form, as the Aussies go 2/2, chasing down 155 with 3 overs to spare, winning by 7 wickets.

    STANDINGS
    GROUP 1
    England 2 4 +3.614
    Australia 2 4 +0.727
    South Africa 2 2 +0.179
    Sri Lanka 2 2 -0.416
    Bangladesh 2 0 -1.655
    West Indies 2 0 -2.550

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  • actionaction    29 posts
    PAUL said:

    JayJay said:

    If we were in group 2, we might have been a silly chance against powerhouses Scotland, Afghanistan and Namibia. What sort of joke is this tournament?

    Especially when the ICC decide to switch around the teams who qualify halfway through the opening stage. If they went with the original setup, Namibia and Scotland would have been in our group, whilst Bangladesh and Sri Lanka would have been in Group 2. However, they changed it once it became obvious that Sri Lanka and Scotland were going to win their groups easily.

    Personally, I'm not a huge fan of international T20 cricket. I think it's an ideal format for women's cricket and perhaps domestically (if you don't take it too seriously). However, with not much sport on at night time atm, it's just something to watch, as opposed to the regular s*** that's on TV.

    RESULTS
    Saturday
    • Australia (5/121) d South Africa by 5 wickets (3 balls spare)
    • England (4/56) d West Indies by 6 wickets (70 balls spare)
    Last night
    • Sri Lanka (5/172) d Bangladesh by 5 wickets (7 balls spare)
    • India lost to Pakistan (0/152) by 10 wickets (13 balls spare)
    The revised draw has ensured: a. India received a more favourable draw; b. the Asian teams are spread out to ensure maximum possibilty for advancement.
    Money talks in cricket, particularly when the ICC is involved.
  • PAULPAUL    2,665 posts
    WA chasing 121 for victory, after bowling SA out for 291 (Hunt 108, Carder 68, Paris 5/63).

    NSW are 1/33, chasing 339 for victory.
    TAS are 1/127, chasing 438 for victory.
  • PAULPAUL    2,665 posts
    Both openers out early, WA 2/14 (still need 107 to win).
  • PAULPAUL    2,665 posts
    WA win by six wickets, Green 38*, Philippe 31*.
    Other games: NSW 8/124, TAS 9/300.
    Looking like outright wins for WA, VIC & QLD.
  • PAULPAUL    2,665 posts
    A reality check for the Aussies last night, getting pumped in their T20 match, with England chasing down 126 inside 12 overs.

    Friday 29/10
    • West Indies (7/142) d Bangladesh by 3 runs
    • Pakistan (5/148) d Afghanistan by 5 wickets (6 balls spare)
    Saturday 30/10
    • South Africa (6/146) d Sri Lanka by 4 wickets (1 ball spare)
    • Australia lost to England (2/126) by 8 wickets (50 balls spare)

    STANDINGS
    GROUP 1
    England 3 6 +3.948
    South Africa 3 4 +0.210
    Australia 3 4 -0.627
    Sri Lanka 3 2 -0.350
    West Indies 3 2 -1.598
    Bangladesh 3 0 -1.069
    GROUP 2
    Pakistan 3 6 +0.638
    Afghanistan 2 2 +3.092
    Namibia 1 2 +0.550
    New Zealand 1 0 -0.532
    India 1 0 -0.973
    Scotland 2 0 -3.562
  • PAULPAUL    2,665 posts
    PAUL said:

    WA win by six wickets, Green 38*, Philippe 31*.
    Other games: NSW 8/124, TAS 9/300.
    Looking like outright wins for WA, VIC & QLD.

    VIC won by 204 runs, QLD by 96 runs.

    STANDINGS
    1 Queensland 3 12.55 (1 win, 2 draws)
    2 Western Australia 3 11.92 (1 win, 1 draw, 1 loss)
    3 Tasmania 3 10.14 (1 win, 1 draw, 1 loss)
    4 Victoria 1 7.00 (1 win)
    5 South Australia 3 6.72 (2 draws, 1 loss)
    6 NSW 1 1.00 (1 loss)
  • PAULPAUL    2,665 posts
    Last night's T20 results
    • Afghanistan (5/160) d Namibia by 62 runs
    • India lost to New Zealand (2/111) by 8 wickets (33 balls spare)

    STANDINGS
    GROUP 2
    Pakistan 3 6 +0.638
    Afghanistan 3 4 +3.097
    New Zealand 2 2 +0.765
    Namibia 2 2 -1.287
    India 2 0 -1.609
    Scotland 2 0 -3.562
  • PAULPAUL    2,665 posts
    Latest results from the T20 World Cup.

    Monday
    • England (4/163) d Sri Lanka by 26 runs
    Last night
    • South Africa (4/85) d Bangladesh by 6 wickets (39 balls spare)
    • Pakistan (2/189) d Namibia by 45 runs

    STANDINGS
    GROUP 1
    ENGLAND 4 8 +3.183
    South Africa 4 6 +0.742
    Australia 3 4 -0.627
    Sri Lanka 4 2 -0.590
    West Indies 3 2 -1.598
    Bangladesh 4 0 -1.435
    GROUP 2
    PAKISTAN 4 8 +1.065
    Afghanistan 3 4 +3.097
    New Zealand 2 2 +0.765
    Namibia 3 2 -1.600
    India 2 0 -1.609
    Scotland 2 0 -3.562

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  • PAULPAUL    2,665 posts
    edited November 2021
    Bangladesh may have won the latest series 4-1 against Australia, however they are now 0-5 against Australia in T20 World Cups.

    Last night
    • New Zealand (5/172) d Scotland by 16 runs
    • India (2/210) d Afghanistan by 66 runs
    Tonight
    • Australia (2/78) d Bangladesh by 8 wickets (82 balls spare)

    STANDINGS
    GROUP 1
    ENGLAND 4 8 +3.183
    Australia 4 6 +1.031
    South Africa 4 6 +0.742
    Sri Lanka 4 2 -0.590
    West Indies 3 2 -1.598
    Bangladesh 5 0 -2.383
    GROUP 2
    PAKISTAN 4 8 +1.065
    Afghanistan 4 4 +1.481
    New Zealand 2 4 +0.816
    India 3 2 +0.073
    Namibia 3 2 -1.600
    Scotland 3 0 -2.645

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  • PAULPAUL    2,665 posts
    Latest results. Australia go through to the semi finals after comfortably beating West Indies.

    Thursday
    • West Indies lost to Sri Lanka (2/189) by 20 runs
    Friday
    • New Zealand (4/163) d Namibia by 52 runs
    • India (2/89) d Scotland by 8 wickets (81 balls spare)
    Last night
    • Australia (2/161) d West Indies by 8 wickets (22 balls spare)
    • England lost to South Africa (2/189) by 10 runs

    STANDINGS
    GROUP 1
    ENGLAND 8 +2.464
    AUSTRALIA 8 +1.216
    South Africa 8 +0.739
    Sri Lanka 4 -0.269
    West Indies 2 -1.641
    Bangladesh 0 -2.383
    GROUP 2
    PAKISTAN 8 +1.065
    New Zealand 6 +1.277
    India 4 +1.619
    Afghanistan 4 +1.481
    Namibia 2 -1.851
    Scotland 0 -3.494

    Games Remaining
    Sunday 7/11
    • New Zealand v Afghanistan, 6pm
    • Pakistan v Scotland, 10pm
    Monday 8/11
    • India v Namibia, 10pm

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  • ThunderstruckThunderstruck    5,876 posts
    Warner and Mitch Marsh accumulated most of the runs i believe from a couple of notifications on my phone.I assume WI are down the order rankings wise but getting to 161 with nearly 4 overs remaining is a good effort.

    Assume the favs win their group 2 final matches who will we play in the semi Paul, the Pakis or Kiwis?
  • ThunderstruckThunderstruck    5,876 posts
    We play the Paki's and NZ play England.


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  • ThunderstruckThunderstruck    5,876 posts
    edited November 2021
    Well we beat the Paki's with an over to spare.
    Needed 22 off 12 balls got them all in the 19th over as Matty Wade went coco-loco hitting 3 sixes in a line to finish the match, onya fella.
    Stoinis and Wade put on an unbeaten 81 for the 6th wicket.Warner 49(30), Stoinis with 40(30) & Wade 41(17) were the main guys ensuring we got the win, Mitch Marsh 28(22)contributed too.

    Few flops namely Finch a golden duck, Smith 5 and Maxwell 7 so if a couple of them fire we would be a very big chance in the final, we're playing the Kiwi's i see.

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  • PCPC    1,967 posts
    Not sure what Warner did wrong here. The ball is still "live" despite it being a no ball. Warner wasn't against the spirit of the game by hitting the ball for six. At one time and certainly when I was a cricket umpire, double bouncers were legal deliveries but that part of the no-ball law was changed roughly 2 or 3 years ago meaning double bounce delivery's are now no-balls.

    https://au.sports.yahoo.com/t20-world-cup-rare-david-warner-act-divides-cricket-world-004631281.html
  • ThunderstruckThunderstruck    5,876 posts
    I agree, biggest load of nothing news i've seen anyone would do the same smash it out of the park..dickheads condemning this have NFI

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