South Division 10/11

cricketfollower

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Gee, it's heating up now. 3 games to go and anyone from 6th-7th can make 3rd or 4th with the results going their way. could a side from 3rd or 4th have a day out and possibly beat port or beau?
 

BoroughBoy

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port are a one man team!!! if daykin doesnt perform then they have no chance
Boom Boom perhaps you should do a little bit more research before making statements like this yes Dakes is a important player in our side but he is 1 of 11 players who contribrute every week to our overall performance,and last week against Mentone made ************ all (he made 4)and we made 294. So to say we are a 1 man side is crap.
 

boomboom

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he has carried u boys for the last 2 seasons. a failure is bound to happen now and again. there is nothing apart from him. beamauris will win flag with ease
 
The loss they needed to have, or are beauy simply incapable of winning a flag? The only team close to the points cap in South (playing in the mid 40s yet the keeper isnt listed - how many points is he?)

Should be a great finals series...Beauy no sure thing unless Hewett does well...Saker is not the star they expected, Cockbain leaves and they have quietly qualified Beshara ...
 

boomboom

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cockbain is a big loss!!! looks like port smashed them aswell. looks like beauy vs chelsea and port vs old mentonions semis

still think port are a one man band
 

Top Shelf

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Looking at the two sides...Yes Port have a very strong all rounder in Daykin & Beauy have similar in Hewett..... however depth wise in both batting & bowling it looks like Port has them covered at the moment boomer.
 

boomboom

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i think its very tight. port were also with out the pom Roberts looking at the scorecard (not much of a loss but opens batting and bowling), have they got rid of him already?

Would be a travisty if it wasnt a Beauy vs Port granny, because Chelsea and Old Ment are very average.

Old Ment only have one decent cricketer in Searry but he has no ticker when it counts

Chelsea play cricket the wrong way, with those load mouth idiots in Chapple and Maggs to name a few, the lot of them would be more suited to playing on mats

Go sharks!!!
 

borough

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i think its very tight. port were also with out the pom Roberts looking at the scorecard (not much of a loss but opens batting and bowling), have they got rid of him already?

Would be a travisty if it wasnt a Beauy vs Port granny, because Chelsea and Old Ment are very average.

Old Ment only have one decent cricketer in Searry but he has no ticker when it counts

Chelsea play cricket the wrong way, with those load mouth idiots in Chapple and Maggs to name a few, the lot of them would be more suited to playing on mats

Go sharks!!!
Khawaja and Sutcliffe are also to return to the one man team Boom Boom!!!
 

Top Shelf

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Beauy to beat that rabble Chelsea unless that mad hatter Chapple has a day out and plays cricker rather then creating trouble.
Port to beat old Mentonians without to much trouble if their wickit is OK. Apparently they are having trouble getting their square up with all the rain this year.
 
Beauy vs Chelsea
Beauy to be too strong with Hewett’s incredible season to roll on. 511 runs @ 73 with 1 century and 4 fifties is outstanding and he will be looking to put last year’s disappointment behind him when he was controversially given out caught behind against Bentleigh. With Cockbain out they have recruited Beshara from Ormond, doubtful he can match Cockbain’s class (406 runs @ 50) however he will help the depth. Saker (170) and Hignett (320) provide the back up class and I really can’t see Beauy being dismissed in 80 overs. Chelsea will look to its regulars (Chapple, Maggs, Lancaster, Kannangara) as they do every year to compete against the might of Beauy. Kannangara has taken on the captaincy and it has propelled him to 370 runs, 3rd on the table, and Chapple will no doubt be the key wicket as he was 2 years ago when he led Chelsea to an unlikely flag. Chelsea’s bowling looks its weakest element with Lancaster’s tweakers and Maggs’ left arm seam the threat. Beauy should win comfortably here and advance to their second GF in a row.

Port v Old Mentonians
Port have been thereabouts for two seasons now but just can’t seem to find the right form come finals time. They have an established core with Daykin (327 runs @ 54) and Cole (278) their leading run scorers. Roberts would be disappointed with his season (173 runs and 9 wickets) however all will be forgotten if he does well in finals. Bowling wise their highest wicket taker has only taken 14 wickets, with Daykin (11 from 56 overs) not bowling anywhere near the same amounts. Josh Boyle has taken 11 in 6 and is an experienced player with Keilor who may hold the edge. Old Mentonians have had an up and down year with their bowlers generally out performing the batsmen, apart from Englishman Josh Tolley’s 309 runs, 150 more than the next bat. Bowler John Seeary’s 34 wickets @ 7 is a competition high but he will need support from others. This should be a cracking game as both sides rely on their best two players, and to see the battle between Seeary and Daykin will be one to watch. Port in a close one.
 
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