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Discussion in 'DVCA' started by brutal, Oct 5, 2017.
Plenty of new names floating around.
Clubs have obviously been busy.
Checking out a few of the sides named; Plenty will absolutely wipe the floor with Research, could quite possibly be the worst 'Ones' side ever fielded.
Some big scores posted particularly for round 1. Is it the new decks?
Wrong thread mate.
Does anyone actually know the number of clubs that have the new decks already installed? Is it more than half the clubs yet?
I can tell you that Thomastown United have a new deck, only cos I'm playing on the #2 ground this week, which is still the old stuff.
Early contenders ? Hb / ph clear stand outs for mine
Greensborough are close behind, but their bowling attack looks weak if Cunningham doesn't get wickets. Will be out of HB and PH for the final, just remains to be seen if they have enough firepower to match it in MS. I dare say the winner of this final will have to recruit or splash some cash on an import or two to remain competitive.
Panton Hill's to lose.
They beat hurstbridge minus hurstys 3 best batsmen by only 2 wickets
Any decision been made on the SM v Thomo debacle?
Thomo won game, SM put in protest.
Thomo bowler bowled 9 overs apparently, Captains on report, books were confiscated.
Looks to be all sorted today though going by Mycricket.
Surely the scorers would say something if a bloke is going to bowl over his limit?
Yeah, would have thought so.
If your club doesn't have their own scorer. It's not on the scorers to say a word. The captain and bowler are at total fault here.
it’s actually got it in the DVCA rule book that the scorers have to let umpires/captains know about bowling limits being reached. Section S18/8 (Bowling Restrictions).
If you read what I wrote: "if your club doesn't have their own scorer...."
It's actually also in the rule book S3 that each club will provide a scorer.
have to agree with cs here, its common sense really tongs.