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Postby Northwest kalactin » Sun Dec 03, 2017 11:36 am

Group A:

Jhalpharezi
Azadeshia
Northwest Kalactin
Indusse


Group B:
kerji islands
Upper culuctia
Durga
Indus Valley Republic (puppet of Azadeshia)

MD1
1v4
2v3

MD2
1v3
2v4

MD3
1v2
3v4


Semis
B1vA2
B2vA1


Finals
Winner of semis


Cutoff time is 8PM eastern time

Tiebreaker
We will use h2h record for a tiebreaker
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1st place
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AIFL I

2nd place
4th place

RP population: 102 million

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Postby Azadeshia » Sun Dec 03, 2017 11:38 am

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Azadeshi National Cricket Team
Oh yes we are here, the cricket crazy lovers are here to play for Azadeshia!

Manager and Staff
Manager: Ayush Jayavant
Bowling Coach: Chandrama Mallaya
Batting Coach: Jwala Padhi
Wicket Keeping Coach: Nakula Bakshi
All Rounder Coach: Daas Sabanis
Medic 1: Manas Divakar
Medic 2: Arpit Devdhar

Players

[pre]1.Hira Dhebar
Age: 27
Role: Batsman (Right-Handed)
Number: #56

2.Mishri Singh
Age: 24
Role: Batsman (Left-Handed)
Number: #4

3.Jayadeva Patil
Age: 21
Role: Batsman (Left-Handed)
Number: #28

4.Kanada Raj
Age: 25
Role: Batsman (Right-Handed) and Bowler (Right-Handed: Off Spin)
Number: #71

5.Keshav Dhavale
Age: 23
Role: Batsman (Right-Handed) and Bowler (Right-Handed: Mid-Pacer)
Number: #48

6.Varuni Sardar (Captain)
Age: 28
Role: Batsman (Left-Handed) and Bowler (Left-Handed: Off Spin)
Number: #96

7.Peeyush Kusari
Age: 20
Role: Batsman (Left-Handed) and Bowler (Left-Handed: Mid-Pacer)
Number: #32

8.Amrit Chitanis
Age: 26
Role: Bowler (Righted-Handed: Full Pace)
Number: #22

9.Amar Panja
Age: 19
Role: Bowler (Left-Handed: Full Pace)
Number: #8

10.Vakpati Tavade
Age: 21
Role: Bowler (Right-Handed: Full Pace)
Number: #33

11.Govind Kayal
Age: 20
Role: Wicket Keeper
Number: #40
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Postby Indusse » Sun Dec 03, 2017 5:25 pm

Indussean cricket team

Players- jersey no.-age

Bhujbal harindath ^ 36-32
Raj rajashekaran (c)^10-34
Manadon appukuttan*34-24
Saivo De gomez^68-32
Alfred David kacootil*11-30
Ali asaf Ahmed (wk)^9-34
Mumen mahmood^7-29
Kishanlal gaekwad"89-29
Hestincho salvarincho"34-34
Sahg-sui-ken"19-29
Hodgson Mathew(vc)^100-29

Please note

^ indicates all rounders
* indicates batsman
" indicates bowlers
Experience:- first national international level tournament.
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Postby Azadeshia » Sun Dec 03, 2017 9:20 pm

Azadeshi National News

Match Against The Host
The national cricket team is going to play their first match against the hosts, Northwest Kalactin.The hitters are ready for this tournament.Our people believe that Azadeshia is going to win this tournament, but still some people believe that every match, is a new match.

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Postby Upper Calcutta » Mon Dec 04, 2017 9:57 am

Sanath Balfour ^
Chenzing Gorka (c)^
Ravi Kishen Horacia*
Kedaar Mitra^
Barun Gorka*
Satami Romakant (wk)^
Khagen Rosiklal^
Eleven Joints"
Farashi Pola"
Su Khe Thakben"
Damidats Inaaf(vc)^

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^ indicates all rounders
* indicates batsman
" indicates bowlers

Experience:- first international level tournament

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Postby Upper Calcutta » Mon Dec 04, 2017 10:05 am

Excitement is growing in the nation as the Upper Cutters land in Kalactin. The young men ready to take the maiden tournament on. They have been training for months for this opportunity. Captain Gorka tweeted a selfie with coach Ganguly today during practice, caltioned, "The weather is fantastic here. Let's start some serious rivalries, gentlemen" tagging several of the players from Azadeshia and Indusse.
This indeed is a historic opportunity for the nation and the region as a whole. With increasing tensions with our neighbour, Calcuttans, old and young will have something to look forward to.
- Report by Showni Redding, Calcutta Radio

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Postby Jhalpharezi » Tue Dec 05, 2017 9:10 am

Jhalpharezi National Cricket Squad

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Staff
Manager: Indranil Barkat
Bowling Coach: Jagadisha Babaji
Batting Coach: Devdas Kabir
Wicket Keeping Coach: Amar Bhatavadekar
All Rounder Coach: Jagadisha Babaji

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Players
Parth Vivekananda
AR
#20
 
Vikrant Azam
B
#7
 
Harsha Datta
BT
#10
 
Swapnil Ghosemajumder
OBT/B
#17
 
Abhijit Manwar
BT
#2
 
Gadhar Basak
BT
#30
 
Amritbaan Mann
BT
#11
 
Chander Chadda
BT
#6
 
Amritbaan Mann
BT
#15
 
Pinder Bharadwaj
AR
#24
 
Bhavabhuti Vyas
AR
#8
 
Om Banahatti
WK/AR
#12
 
Abhijit Manwar
AR
#23
 
Nick Balyan
BT
#16
 
Aupinder Dhindawal
BT
#00
 
Rajindar Pandher
BT
#34
 
Megh Naidu
OBT
#4
 
Acarya Chopade
BT
#40
 
Ragoba Thakur
B/AR
#33
 
Akshaya Chatterjee
BT
#25

Position Abbreviations: Opening Batsman: OBT, Batsman: BT, Bowler: B, Allrounder: AR, Wicketkeeper: WK


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Postby Northwest kalactin » Tue Dec 05, 2017 4:51 pm

MD1 cutoff



Group A:

(20 overs) Jhalpharezi 167/2 162/3 Indusse (20 overs)
(18.4 overs) Northwest Kalactin 126/4 145/3 azadeshia (20 overs)

Jhalpharezi 1-0
Azadeshia 1-0
Indusse 0-1
Northwest Kalactin 0-1



Group B:
(20 overs) kerji islands 163/2 134/2 Indus Valley Republic (20 overs)
(16.4 overs) Durga 112/3 134/2 Upper Calcutta (20 overs)

Kerji islands 1-0
Upper Calcutta 1-0
Indus Valley Republic 0-1
Durga 0-1
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1st place
3rd place

AIFL I

2nd place
4th place

RP population: 102 million

sports glossary

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Postby Indusse » Tue Dec 05, 2017 4:51 pm

Where are the scores?
This is a post byindusse and I will never give up......
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Postby Northwest kalactin » Tue Dec 05, 2017 4:55 pm

Indusse wrote:Where are the scores?

Coming in about 10 minutes I just opened xkorinate
1st place
3rd place

AIFL I

2nd place
4th place

RP population: 102 million

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Postby Indusse » Tue Dec 05, 2017 5:31 pm

It It is calcutta not culactia
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Postby Azadeshia » Tue Dec 05, 2017 7:46 pm

Azadeshi National News

The First Win
Congrats to our talented players for winning their first match.Most runs were scored by Hira Dhebar making 71 runs in 45 balls.Next match is up against our best ally, Indusse.Can Azadeshia qualify for the knockouts?!We need to wait and see for that.

Other News: Azadeshia 28th in the current basketball rankings.

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Postby Jhalpharezi » Wed Dec 06, 2017 11:21 am

The day after Game 1 of the All India Cricket Blast, Vikrant Azam, Harsha Datta and Swapnil Ghosemajumder met at a small restaurant for lunch. It was a crowded place, full of people dressed in bright colors. The sun shined brightly through the large window onto the players and their table.

"Where is the food already? Come on", said Datta. "It's been twenty minutes."

Swapnil Ghosemajumder spoke next. "Relax, Harsha. They cook food to order here."

His friend replied, not consoled. "Yes, but they can have it started halfway or something.. What. Did they have to cut the chicken?"

"Yes, probably", added Vikrant Azam. "It's fresh. Good, fresh food. What's wrong?"

Datta finally released a bit of a smirk. "I have to go somewhere after this. A date. Now I'll have to rush my food."

"Don't rush, Harsha", said Swapnil. "If you're late, then too bad. Then at least she can dump you before she gets mad over something else."

Vikrant let out a quick laugh.

Datta still had a serious expression. "No, she saw me play. She called me a star."

Vikrant laughed again, louder. "Big Harsha Datta... Cricket star."

"It could happen", he replied offended. "We did have a good game against Indusse."

"They're a great nation", said Vikrant. "Did you watch them in the International Basketball League?"

"That's the International Basketball Championships", Datta corrected. "That looks like a fun sport. Do you think they'll ever win?"

"Surely!" Vikrant spoke in a definitive tone. "They just have to keep pushing. Keep fighting. I've watched the IBC", he continued. "It's all about heart. Some teams quit. Indusse just has to fight."

"Will Jhalpharezi ever play international basketball?" Harsha asked before drinking a sip of water. A waitress arrives with several plates of chicken, rice and garlic naan. The players quietly thank her as each plate is released. The smell of three different curries share a fragrant aroma, which wafts around the table.

"They just need the funding", Vikrant replied. "Maybe one day. We have a few players in leagues around the world. They should bring a big pro league to Jhalpharezi."

"That costs money. Who will pay?" Swapnil finally added, "Besides. We have cricket. Do not let the Pharezi people be distracted from this." There was a pause as the others began to eat. "Besides. We have Harsha Datta, cricket star."

Vikrant laughed, coughing on a bite of rice. Harsha looked annoyed. Vikrant added, "Hurry your meal, Harsha. Your date awaits."

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Postby Northwest kalactin » Wed Dec 06, 2017 6:21 pm

MD2 cutoff

Group A:

(20 overs) Jhalpharezi 145/3 121/7 Northwest Kalactin (16.3 overs)
(20 overs) Azadeshia 118/2 123/2 Indusse (20 overs)

Jhalpharezi 
2-0

Azadeshia
1-1

Indusse
1-1

Northwest Kalactin
0-2


Group B:

(20 overs) Kerji islands 144/3 142/3 Durga (20 overs)
(19.6 overs) Upper Calcutta 139/5 133/5 Indus Valley Republic

Kerji islands 
2-0

Upper Calcutta
2-0

Indus Valley Republic
0-2

Durga
0-2
1st place
3rd place

AIFL I

2nd place
4th place

RP population: 102 million

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Postby Azadeshia » Wed Dec 06, 2017 8:05 pm

Azadeshia National News
Big Pressure
We are in a pressure after losing to Indusse in matchday 2.Hira Dhebar today got a duck and looked pretty furious on the field.The big question is "Can Azadeshia beat Jhalphraezi?".This question is on everyone's mind for the next match.If we beat Jhalphraezi, we will qualify.If we lost, well to bad".

War of Words

Hira Dhebar: Man, you guys are really bad.

Misri Singh: WAIT! A DUCK CAN SPEAK!

Hira Dhebar: HOW DARE YOU!

Jayadeva Patil: Looks like we are out of the competition.

Varuni Sardar: Come on guys, we can do this, we can win the match and the tournament.

Varun Sardar: ♪We are the Champions♪

Amrit Chitanis: Our next match is against Jhalpharezi.

Hira Dhebar: ♪We are the dead ones♪

THE END (Wait you want more?Well too bad, end of RP)

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Postby Indusse » Thu Dec 07, 2017 2:59 am

INDUSSE WINS

In the MD2 INDUSSE beats azadeshia and secures 1-1 series.indusse had captain raj 67* and bujbar 33 runs and made the team win
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Postby Jhalpharezi » Fri Dec 08, 2017 5:03 pm

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The All India Cricket Blast was currently the most popular tournament that swept the region. Other events took place around the world. But the AICB was about India and the various nation states which sprung up from it. Everyone wanted to cheer for their team. It was about regional and national pride.

One clothing company released a line of t-shirts and polo tops along with authentic replica jerseys and even the team jacket. The t-shirts had different sayings, many featuring the team's nickname. The Jhalpharezi Spice were at the top of their group with a 2-0 record.

Azadeshia, Indusse and Northwest Kalactin also played in Group A. The Spice only had Azadeshia left to play. Azadeshia could take the group by head-to-head if they beat Jhalpharezi. Based on head-to-head and the current standings, it looked like Jhalpharezi would finish at least second and have clinched their spot in the semis.

But the spice were hunting for fans. For fame. To make cricket and the region of India worthy of international attention. Only time would tell if they could accomplish their goal.

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Postby Northwest kalactin » Fri Dec 08, 2017 6:30 pm

MD3 Cutoff

Group A:

(20 overs)Jhalpharezi 145/3 142/3 Azadeshia (20 overs)
(20 overs) Indusse 164/2 111/5 Northwest Kalactin (13.3 overs)

Jhalpharezi  
3-0

Indusse
2-1

Azadeshia
1-2

Northwest Kalactin
0-3


Group B:

Upper Calcutta 132/3 131/3 Kerji islands
Indus Valley Republic 194/2 91/8 Durga

Upper Calcutta 
3-0

Kerji islands
2-1

Indus Valley Republic
1-2

Durga
0-3

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Postby Jhalpharezi » Sun Dec 10, 2017 5:45 pm

Success in the group stage brought international attention to the Jhalpharezi Spice cricket team. Sponsors from a far away nation called Vangaziland noticed the attention the sport and specifically, the team and its players were garnering. Vangaziland didn't have much of a cricket league, but maybe if they could pull one star, it'd be enough to build a league.

They reached out to the team's 3rd & 4th batters. They were Harsha Datta and Chander Chadda. Both players were largely responsible for Jhalpharezi's success behind the bat. The hope was also that they could move to Vangaziland and become residents in order to play for a Vannish cricket team.

Both players declined. Harsha made a shrewd move, calling his domestic team, mentioning an offer to play professionally in Vangaziland and asking for a bigger contract. Of course, Harsha could still play for Jalpharezi internationally but pay in a Vannish pro league. Still, Datta had no desire. Jhalpharezi was his home.

His professional team in his homeland's pro league agreed to boost his salary the next time he was set to resign. Harsha Datta would stay locally in the only land he had ever known. The car company, Vannish Motors, decided to help sponsor the Spice cricket team with a large cash donation.

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Postby Northwest kalactin » Sun Dec 10, 2017 8:02 pm

(20 overs) Jhalpharezi 145/3 136/3 kerji islands (19.8 overs)
(20 overs) Upper Calcutta 156/3 167/3 Indusse (20 overs

Finals

Jhalpharezi
Indusse
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1st place
3rd place

AIFL I

2nd place
4th place

RP population: 102 million

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Postby Indusse » Mon Dec 11, 2017 5:38 pm

To the finals
This is a post byindusse and I will never give up......
hosted and secured a 3rd position in 1st DE-COSTA INTERNATIONAL FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT

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Postby Northwest kalactin » Tue Dec 12, 2017 7:00 pm

Jhalpharezi 145/3 123/3 indusse
Jhalpharezi won
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1st place
3rd place

AIFL I

2nd place
4th place

RP population: 102 million

sports glossary


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