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Old 14th June 2007, 13:20   #181
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Guess what. After all I've said Pyrah bowled poorly yesterday, so of course he got his full 10 overs !!

p.s. Nothants were robbed.
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Old 14th June 2007, 20:43   #182
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Guess what. After all I've said Pyrah bowled poorly yesterday, so of course he got his full 10 overs !!

p.s. Nothants were robbed.
True. Northants scored 300 odd at over 6 an over and lost 4 wickets. Yorkshire batted 20 0overs for 118 at less than 6 an over and lost 2 wickets, but won. How is this possible? If Nothants had lost 8 or 9 wickets I could understand it.
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Old 14th June 2007, 20:49   #183
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True. Northants scored 300 odd at over 6 an over and lost 4 wickets. Yorkshire batted 20 0overs for 118 at less than 6 an over and lost 2 wickets, but won. How is this possible? If Nothants had lost 8 or 9 wickets I could understand it.
Wickets lost in the first innings don't matter, only the score in the first innings matters.
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Old 14th June 2007, 21:11   #184
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Wickets lost in the first innings don't matter, only the score in the first innings matters.
Northants still had a better scoring rate. How come they lost?
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Old 15th June 2007, 09:27   #185
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Northants still had a better scoring rate. How come they lost?
Where have you been for the last 10 years? We now use Duckworth Lewis to decide 1 day games rather than scoring rate. D-L takes wickets lost for the innings in progress into consideration & because Yorks had only lost 2 wickets the D-L 'par' score after the 21st over was 118. If Yorks had lost 1 wicket the par score would have been lower & if they had lost 3 it would have been higher.

btw The number of wickets lost by Northants would have only been taken into consideration if their innings had been closed before they had the full 50 overs. e.g. If Northants had only had 40 of their 50 overs. Then because Northants were only 4 down this would probably have caused Yorks to have to chase more than Northants got in the same number of overs.
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Where have you been for the last 10 years? We now use Duckworth Lewis to decide 1 day games rather than scoring rate. D-L takes wickets lost for the innings in progress into consideration & because Yorks had only lost 2 wickets the D-L 'par' score after the 21st over was 118. If Yorks had lost 1 wicket the par score would have been lower & if they had lost 3 it would have been higher.

btw The number of wickets lost by Northants would have only been taken into consideration if their innings had been closed before they had the full 50 overs. e.g. If Northants had only had 40 of their 50 overs. Then because Northants were only 4 down this would probably have caused Yorks to have to chase more than Northants got in the same number of overs.
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Old 16th June 2007, 12:36   #187
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Chris Adams's first game at Yorkshire since turning down the job (rightfully as he would have been doing the job of Gough, Moxon and Rudolph by himself). Shame the rain is ruining it. Mushy vs Rashid is an interesting contest
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Old 17th June 2007, 22:15   #188
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Chris Adams's first game at Yorkshire since turning down the job (rightfully as he would have been doing the job of Gough, Moxon and Rudolph by himself). Shame the rain is ruining it. Mushy vs Rashid is an interesting contest
Advantage Yorkshire....somehow. Still gotta be a draw as firm favourite, unless you skittle us tomorrow morning.
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Old 18th June 2007, 20:15   #189
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One rather lesser implication of Vaughan's resignation, is that we get him for Twenty20.

#looks at how many T20 games MPV has ever played#

Erm.......
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Old 18th June 2007, 20:59   #190
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Old 21st June 2007, 14:50   #191
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No place for Vaughan, but there is for Hoggy, Gough (who seems to have miraculously recovered) and Gilbert (Hallelujah, praise the lord, about ****ing time!)

C White
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Old 21st June 2007, 15:04   #192
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Doesn't Hoggy have the worst ever 20/20 figures?
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Old 21st June 2007, 15:10   #193
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He did, not sure if anyone's 'surpassed' that effort. 2-65 from 4 overs against Lancs
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Old 21st June 2007, 20:13   #194
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No place for Vaughan, but there is for Hoggy, Gough (who seems to have miraculously recovered) and Gilbert (Hallelujah, praise the lord, about ****ing time!)

C White
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Pyrah or Wainwright? Assuming Gilbert doesn't play.
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Old 28th June 2007, 12:49   #195
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He did, not sure if anyone's 'surpassed' that effort. 2-65 from 4 overs against Lancs
I was at that game. At one point Hoggy wasat the end of his follow through laughing whilst the ball soared towards/over the boundary rope. Not good.
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Old 6th July 2007, 21:07   #196
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Oh what bliss... not that we're through to the Twenty20 quarter finals (well, I think we are, but can't quite believe it) but that we could listen to the game courtesy of the Yorks CCC website...
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Old 7th July 2007, 08:21   #197
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Dizzy two catches - was he playing as wickie??
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Old 10th July 2007, 17:28   #198
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What do you have to do to get award your county cap. I noticed that Brophy still hasn't been awarded his.
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Old 10th July 2007, 17:43   #199
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Not completely sure how the capping system works, tbh. Usually you have to become a regular before you get your cap, so Brophy hasn't quite reached that stage yet - he only joined us last year. Doesn't explain why Rudolph got his as soon as he arrived though.
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Doesn't explain why Rudolph got his as soon as he arrived though.


That really makes a mockery of your capping system
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