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Cricket fantasy competitions => FTP => Topic started by: Torpedo10 on November 03, 2015, 08:33:01 pm

Title: Pavilion Cup
Post by: Torpedo10 on November 03, 2015, 08:33:01 pm
Well, if HP & I can progress through we meet in Round 5!  :D

Any other FF match ups?
Title: Re: Pavilion Cup
Post by: PowerBug on November 03, 2015, 08:47:53 pm
I am unsure whether we can use the main thread for this or not. But hell let's leave it here.
Title: Re: Pavilion Cup
Post by: Hellopplz on November 04, 2015, 12:05:46 am
I haven't taken PC seriously in a very long time (financial difficulties to have a big squad :( ). I may make it to round 2 with some luck, so sorry can't see you in Round 5 Torpy :(.
Title: Re: Pavilion Cup
Post by: PowerBug on November 15, 2015, 07:07:29 pm
punjabii    Off the Radar
Batting - Top Order    8,405    10,388
Batting - Middle Order    7,636    7,000
Batting - Tail    4,697    3,524
Bowling - Seam    9,248 (40)    9,775 (40)
Bowling - Spin    6,462 (10)    10,207 (10)
Fielding/Keeping    6,070    12,193
Overall    139,920    166,016

208 run win. Got 210th seed in Round 2. And a possibility of a Rd 3 match with Daz would be on if I pulled off an upset!

Will be about 15k underdogs if we both go full strength. I'll probably try to rate about 175-180k.
Title: Re: Pavilion Cup
Post by: Nige on November 15, 2015, 07:14:38 pm
Didn't think I was ever in with a chance at everything is going to script.

Bowled out for 224 with Tushar Khadim contributing 98 to that.

Now attempting to bowl him out. My new boy Vijay Bishop just got the first wicket. Opponent is 40-1 off 9 needing 185 off 41 overs at 4.51.

Looking forward to reesbr shield game next Sunday against BB67th if he too gets knocked out.  :P

Edit: Opp needs 56 off 14 overs. He's currently 169-3. I'd like to believe I can miraculously bowl him out.
Title: Re: Pavilion Cup
Post by: Nige on November 15, 2015, 10:08:12 pm
Well, I'm out.

Lost by 6 wickets in the end. Surprisingly only got outrated by 9k, I thought it'd be worse.
Title: Re: Pavilion Cup
Post by: valkorum on November 15, 2015, 10:16:45 pm
I tanked and lost by 315 runs :)
Title: Re: Pavilion Cup
Post by: nrich102 on November 16, 2015, 07:06:09 am
Ended up losing by 8 wickets. Got bowled out for 207, so was never really a chance
Title: Re: Pavilion Cup
Post by: DazBurg on November 16, 2015, 07:30:39 am
through to rnd 2
but will probably lose from there
Title: Re: Pavilion Cup
Post by: auscoyote on November 22, 2015, 03:57:02 pm
Aussie Coyotes out in round 2.
Obviously blooding 4 youths in Rd2 is at least 1 too many ;D

Twas a long shot anyway and at least some Exp was gained.
Title: Re: Pavilion Cup
Post by: DazBurg on November 23, 2015, 06:23:13 pm
through to rnd 3
despite playing a weaker team

playing the team that knocked you off PB
Title: Re: Pavilion Cup
Post by: PowerBug on November 23, 2015, 07:03:23 pm
through to rnd 3
despite playing a weaker team

playing the team that knocked you off PB
I know, spewing I couldn't win that one :( Still got my main in though
Title: Re: Pavilion Cup
Post by: DazBurg on November 23, 2015, 07:20:05 pm
through to rnd 3
despite playing a weaker team

playing the team that knocked you off PB
I know, spewing I couldn't win that one :( Still got my main in though
reckon i will lose though now as they seem to be playing pretty full strength

i cannot afford too me thinks
Title: Re: Pavilion Cup
Post by: PowerBug on November 23, 2015, 07:32:59 pm
through to rnd 3
despite playing a weaker team

playing the team that knocked you off PB
I know, spewing I couldn't win that one :( Still got my main in though
reckon i will lose though now as they seem to be playing pretty full strength

i cannot afford too me thinks
That makes it even more unfortunate. I knew if I won that game then I'd be a good chance to beat you and make Rd 4 :(
Title: Re: Pavilion Cup
Post by: PowerBug on November 24, 2015, 10:34:13 am
BP I notice you are up against Phasir this week
Title: Re: Pavilion Cup
Post by: BratPack on November 27, 2015, 04:55:59 am
Yeah I don't think I'll be going any further, my team is still mostly too young.
Title: Re: Pavilion Cup
Post by: DazBurg on November 30, 2015, 06:41:29 am
well i'm out :(
Title: Re: Pavilion Cup
Post by: BratPack on November 30, 2015, 10:02:00 am
I'm not  ;D

Will be next week though, guy rates 210k
Title: Re: Pavilion Cup
Post by: PowerBug on December 07, 2015, 11:55:21 am
Through to Round 5. It will be my 6th match in Round 5, I've never won a Rd 5 match before. This time I'm playing a team ranked lower than me and should rate less than me, I'm at home with every pitch available to choose from (Sitting on Flat so I can go either way), he's got some fatigue problems, he doesn't log in between 1:30 and 5:00 so I can even make the last minute pitch change.

This is entirely in my hands so I better not flower it up this time.
Title: Re: Pavilion Cup
Post by: PowerBug on December 12, 2015, 08:20:08 pm
Round 5 tomorrow..... *feeling nervous*
Title: Re: Pavilion Cup
Post by: Hellopplz on December 12, 2015, 10:20:15 pm
Good luck PB! 6th time the charm :D.

Which pitch did you decide to go for?
Title: Re: Pavilion Cup
Post by: PowerBug on December 12, 2015, 10:49:19 pm
Good luck PB! 6th time the charm :D.

Which pitch did you decide to go for?
Uneven. Been on Green since Wednesday and as I said above he shouldn't be online to catch the change :-\ However Green -> Uneven would be the one pitch change you wouldn't mind missing it's not the biggest difference.

Got some fatigue problems (1 AR and Keeper on passable). Thought about playing the 2nd keeper (20yo) but noooooooo, I'm winning this game and Maloney can rest until next Sunday as I have a lucky Friday draw and can play the backup keeper then.

Just got to win now....
Title: Re: Pavilion Cup
Post by: Hellopplz on December 12, 2015, 11:40:43 pm
Fingers crossed. Yeah go all out to make it if can afford to rest next Friday's match. Break that duck!!
Title: Re: Pavilion Cup
Post by: PowerBug on December 14, 2015, 12:10:04 pm
    PowerBugCC    Chingford Warriors
Batting - Top Order    12,149    8,287
Batting - Middle Order    10,542    3,565
Batting - Tail    5,245    3,509
Bowling - Seam    11,574 (40)    8,147 (40)
Bowling - Spin    13,128 (10)    2,783 (10)
Fielding/Keeping    14,529    9,643
Overall    209,515    122,239

Should've played the younger keeper. But really, I shouldn't be complaining. Round 6!!!
Title: Re: Pavilion Cup
Post by: Hellopplz on December 14, 2015, 12:46:59 pm
Who would have known :P. Congratz PB :D. Cracked new ground 8).
Title: Re: Pavilion Cup
Post by: PowerBug on December 14, 2015, 02:24:34 pm
Who would have known :P. Congratz PB :D. Cracked new ground 8).
Away and will be the underdog this weekend though. I think I will struggle to win this one. :(
Title: Re: Pavilion Cup
Post by: PowerBug on December 17, 2015, 02:22:10 pm
Cloudy/Slow -> Windy/Dry

Not liking that change. If it ends at Cloudy/Crumbling I might not feel too bad though.
Title: Re: Pavilion Cup
Post by: PowerBug on December 19, 2015, 09:11:45 pm
So many selection dramas :(
Title: Re: Pavilion Cup
Post by: PowerBug on December 19, 2015, 10:57:22 pm
Barring a late pitch change, it's going to be rfm AR, rfm AR, rws, rfs, rfs as my 5 bowlers. Then Seam Spec, Acc, Seam Spec, BH, Safe Hands, BH for my top 6.

Pleeeeeeeease work
Title: Re: Pavilion Cup
Post by: PowerBug on December 20, 2015, 05:07:20 pm
H. Roach (rfm) 9-1-38-1, K. Konchady 10 (13b), P. Lockie 32 (57b)
End of over 33 (6 runs) - Delhi DareWhackers(134-6) RR 4.06

Going okay and Konchady is part of the tail (avg bat). Got to get wickets and clean this up under 200.


His keeper that is also batting, Lockie, is outs/spec/excep but has only average fielding, interesting.
Title: Re: Pavilion Cup
Post by: PowerBug on December 21, 2015, 10:42:21 am
Did someone say Round 7?? Yeewwwwwwwww :D :D

    Delhi DareWhackers    PowerBugCC
Batting - Top Order    11,955    12,244
Batting - Middle Order    11,141    11,140
Batting - Tail    5,028    4,761
Bowling - Seam    12,570 (20)    11,046 (20)
Bowling - Spin    13,379 (30)    12,971 (30)
Fielding/Keeping    14,173    15,089
Overall    215,267    214,093

5 wicket win :D


Expecting to be outrated by about 15k next week though, will need to dig deep to go another step.
Title: Re: Pavilion Cup
Post by: Hellopplz on December 21, 2015, 05:19:50 pm
Awesome stuff PB! That's a huge win, as I remember when they were the Powerhouses of FTP :o :o.

15k is workable for an upset when in that range, but gotta make sure you go full strength, and hopefully with players that aren't fatigued much! Cause can only imagine how they're going atm.
Title: Re: Pavilion Cup
Post by: PowerBug on December 21, 2015, 05:24:10 pm
Awesome stuff PB! That's a huge win, as I remember when they were the Powerhouses of FTP :o :o.

15k is workable for an upset when in that range, but gotta make sure you go full strength, and hopefully with players that aren't fatigued much! Cause can only imagine how they're going atm.
I still want to win Friday so might have a few guys on revived but no one should be worse than that. Got enough players to play there so that the right guys are available.
Title: Re: Pavilion Cup
Post by: PowerBug on December 27, 2015, 03:45:24 pm
Fangman has called heads correctly and has decided to bowl. Dingo Town will start their innings shortly.

So my opponent has gone in with one of each bowling type, whilst I have two fms and no medium. But by going that way I have the extra All Rounder which he does not have, someone who would would have no more than Reasonable batting coming in at number 8.

http://www.fromthepavilion.org/scorecard.htm?gameId=3458208
There's a link if anyone is interested.

So far in the games that have finished today all the teams batting first have won, and I generally like to bat first but have been doing the job chasing so far this season, so backing myself to do that again today.
Title: Re: Pavilion Cup
Post by: PowerBug on December 27, 2015, 05:56:03 pm
A. Sandipa (rf) 8-0-30-1, S. Donovan 15 (27b), A. Kelly 66 (122b)
End of over 35 (6 runs) - Dingo Town(128-2) RR 3.66

At this point was not looking great, had dropped Kelly twice. But the runs weren't being scored and I knew a collapse was possible. And now...

B. Austin (rws) 7-0-26-1, B. Dragoncheeks 3 (3b), C. Fitzpatrick 2 (3b)
End of over 38 (4 runs) - Dingo Town(141-4) RR 3.71

My guys not given up just yet. Roach superb so far 6-1-14-1.
Title: Re: Pavilion Cup
Post by: PowerBug on December 27, 2015, 06:32:28 pm
Well it could've gone one of two ways, and it went the wrong way for me

H. Roach (rfm) 10-1-31-2, J. Williamson 24 (17b), J. Woodwinder 13 (10b)
End of over 50 (5 runs) - Dingo Town(226-6) RR 4.52

Would be a huge effort to get up from here and against his bowlers I can't see it happening.
Title: Re: Pavilion Cup
Post by: PowerBug on December 27, 2015, 10:00:08 pm
Dingo Town PowerBugCC
Batting - Top Order 13,352 12,636
Batting - Middle Order 11,275 11,418
Batting - Tail 6,211 5,359
Bowling - Seam 13,668 (30) 11,311 (30)
Bowling - Spin 14,311 (20) 12,894 (20)
Fielding/Keeping 15,163 15,342
Overall 232,260 218,042

Dingo Town won by 32 runs :(


Clearing out the old guys so have 5 players for sale right now.