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Yorkshire v Bears
#1
Looks like a Yorkshire second team:
http://www.yorkshireccc.com/news/cb40-pr...shire/1405?
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#2
Looks like the weather will curtail it anyway so we may have to rely on Kent beating Sussex at Canterbury where the forecast is much better.

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#3
(26-08-2012, 09:33 PM)Terry Wrote: Looks like a Yorkshire second team:
http://www.yorkshireccc.com/news/cb40-pr...shire/1405?

Would have been nice to have a preview of the game on the warwickshire official website !!
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#4
Yes the forecast is far from brilliant, we will have to hope that Kent beat Sussex so it doesn't matter. If that was the case, we'd have to hope that Surrey get a no result at Taunton (which is highly likely anyway) to get the best second placed. There is a small chance that most of the rain will get "stuck" in the Pennines, which happens often here in north east England, but this is a small chance!
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#5
Without sounding like a record stuck in the groove...... Fantastic :(
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#6
Just saw our Jim conducting the toss live on Sky Sports News, we will be batting first.

Gary Ballance doesn't seem a very personable fella'...either that or he really does not like being in front of the camera.
Paul fondled my onion bags.
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#7
Robert Key holds the key to our prospects of making the semi's, sorry

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#8
Robert Key holds the key to our prospects of making the semi's, sorry

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#9
Well done Paul, you got him out.
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#10
Brendan Nash just got Darren Stevens run out which really hasn't helped us.
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#11
Looks like a 29 over match restarting at 4.15pm.

Need a big knock from Porterfield here, one of those with the rate he will score at would be a massive boost.
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#12
Porterfield out :(.
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#13
Sessex have made a flying start.

I just think back to those two matches against Kent and how poor we were :(.
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#14
Rain needs to stay away, we will win this. Kent are bowling absolute trollop.

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#15
Rain needs to stay away, we will win this. Kent are bowling absolute trollop.

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#16
Ambrose back to his 2007 form

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#17
I think we will win if the rain holds off, but what does that do for us if Sussex win?
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#18
Like i've said on here before, Ambrose could definitely do a job at number 4 in the championship as a specialist batsmen.
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#19
Lilly, if we win and Sussex win then Kent go out as we will have won one game more. Kent lost to Unicorns early on in the season and that could be something that they live to regret. Most wins is the decider rather than net run rate.
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(27-08-2012, 05:28 PM)paulbear Wrote: Lilly, if we win and Sussex win then Kent go out as we will have won one game more. Kent lost to Unicorns early on in the season and that could be something that they live to regret. Most wins is the decider rather than net run rate.

Thanks for your clarification, I was unsure whether it would be most wins, net r/r or head to head and was veering toward the latter...which would not have done well for us.

Come on Warwickshire, quick wickets.
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