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Postby Apox » Wed Aug 14, 2013 3:33 am

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The Champions' League Twenty20
For Domestic Clubs



TEAM SUBMISSION RULES

  • Each nation's domestic cricket league submits its league champion and its league runner-up to the tournament. Both teams must be shown to have qualified on sporting merit.
  • The league champion is defined as either (scenario a) the team at the top of the final points table at the end of a season in which no playoff format is used; (scenario b) a team which wins a postseason playoff, the seeding of which is determined by the team's standing in the league; or (scenario c) a team which wins a postseason Twenty20 playoff for a league which plays a different format during its regular season.
  • The league runner-up is defined as either (scenario a) the team finishing second place at the end of a season in which no playoff format is used; or (scenario b or c) the team which lost the final match of a Twenty20 postseason playoff.
IMPORTANT! You must either post or attach your final points table (and the playoff results, if you hold one in your league) in order to certify your teams' qualification on sporting merit. I don't want to have to hunt through your newswires trying to find your results.

TOURNAMENT FORMAT

The format of the previous edition, copied below for your convenience, will be used.
  • If seven (7) teams or less are entered into the tournament, a single round-robin will ensue, with the top four (4) teams advancing to the playoff.
  • If eight (8) or more teams are entered, the tournament will be split into equal groups, one consisting of the domestic tournament champions and the other the runners-up. The top two (2) teams from each group will then advance.
  • After the group stage(s), a playoff will ensue.
  • If seven (7) teams or less were originally entered, the first-place and fourth-place teams will play for a chance at the final while the second- and third-place teams do the same. The winners will play each other in the final, with the winner of that match declared champion. There is no third-place match.
  • If eight (8) or more teams were originally entered, the winner of the champions' group will play the runner-up of the non-champions' group, and the winner of the non-champions' group will play the runner-up of the champions' group. The winners of these matches will proceed to the final, with the winner of that match declared champion. There is no third-place match.
FINAL SITE BIDS

Final site bids will be considered for the Champions' League Twenty20. A well-thought bid should include the name of the stadium, its location, seating capacity, and (optionally) a picture and a short description. The most qualitative of the final site bids will be selected for use in each tournament, which will be announced at the submission cut-off. If no bids are entered, the default site for the Champions' Twenty20 final will be the Atarashii-Damushuto International Stadium in Atarashii-Damushuto, Federal District, Damukuni.

Post your domestic cricket results here, for submission into international domestic competitions.
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Previous Results
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Winners: Campionato Esportiva IV, V & XVI, World T20 Championships VI, Imperial Chap Olympiad
Runners-up: CoH 58, World T20 Championships V, Campionato Esportiva XII
Third: Campionato Esportiva XIII
Fourth: Campionato Esportiva VII & XV
Baptism of Fire 50, Cup of Harmony 56, World Cup 69, World Cup 73, World Cup 82
Friendly Cups 2 & 6, World T20 Championships II, Campionato Esportiva IV, VIII, XII & XXIII, GCF Season 4, 8 & 10

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Postby Liventia » Wed Aug 14, 2013 10:29 am

Cricketing Board of Authority finalise top-flight plans
CITY CENTRE— Liventia's Cricket Board of Authority today announced finalised plans for national top flight cricket, after years of regionalised competition.

There were no professional clubs in Liventia until five years ago when the CBA was incorporated. Since then, Liventia has gone on to win a World Twenty20 Championship and lead the global GCF Test rankings despite not having a national league.

Six teams will take part in three competitions across the three main forms of cricket, with five drawn from regional leagues and the remaining team being contributed by the Cricket National Centre of Excellence.

The National Championship is a five-day first-class competition, the Liventia Airways Trophy a 50-over List A competition, and the Super Slug League a Twenty20 competition.

The five clubs involved all have a number of national team players on their books. They are Raithwick Park CC, the most well-known Lox Land Island club which counts Test captain Max Finney among its players; Dover CC, which hosted Saugeais in a three-day tour match last GCF season, Cyclonesville CC, representing the west of Liventia; Folenisa Combined CC, a club made up of the best players from Folenisa's intra-city league; and Central Orean CC, the first professional club in the country.

In the limited-overs competitions, nicknames will be adopted. The Centre of Excellence XI will be the Academy Stars, Raithwick Park will be the Bulls, Cyclonesville will be the Westerns, Central Orean will be the Capitals, Folenisa Combined will be the Outlaws, and Dover will be the Scorpions.

Each of the three competitions will feature a home-and-away round robin with the top two teams qualifying for a final.

All six teams will play at Liventia's international grounds:
Centre of Excellence XI — NCE Oval, City Centre
Raithwick Park — Island Cricket Arena, Schimpol
Dover — The Bastion, Dover
Central Orean — Park Central Oval, Orean
Cyclonesville — WT Stadium, Cyclonesville
Folenisa Combined — Folenisa Cricket Ground, Folenisa

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Postby Wray » Wed Aug 14, 2013 1:14 pm

Grand Slam T20 sides announce contracts


Ahead of the inaugural Grand Slam T20 competition, the 8 clubs from across the country have announced their 12 contracted players, with international players to be named later. The 8 teams competing are: Central Lightning, Western Tigers, Southern District Pines, Eastern Highlanders, South-Western Leopards, Northern Eagles, Nelson's Bay Dragons & South-East Sharks. Batsmen are listed first (normal), then all-rounders (bold), then keepers (italic), then bowlers (underlined).

Central Lightning

Ben Mulga, Tim Sellwood, Ed McCaughey*, Cooper Kleeman, Finn Bardlsey, Ashton Macallister, Matt Bowden, Jeremy Douglas, Andrew McGavin, Connor Bailey, Seb Dillon, Ryan Lockington

Western Tigers

Justin Fowles, Simon Sterne*, Angus Slater, James Loynes, Mitchell James, Isaac Cameron, Ben Clark, Harrison Ramsay, Jackson Aplin, Owen Hume,Ali George, Anthony Thomas

Southern District Pines

Joe O'Callaghan, Blake Lowrie, Ben Stephensen, Will Simmonds, Austin Redfern, Daniel Wearing, Cormack Flynn, Luke Musgrove, Adam Corrie*, Ashton Milne, Justin Grovener, Jake Tregurtha

Eastern Highlanders

Phil Pearse, Luke Benning, David Schardt, Jordan Matthews, Dominic Hewitt, Spencer Benn, Michael Graham, Julian Stacey*, Sam Koertz, Hamish McEhran, Craig Bennett, Jake Salisbury

South-Western Leopards

Hugo Brunt, Chris Laughlin*, Brent Cowther, Daniel Nettleton, Josh Marston, Drew Holt, Nathan Hunter, Tom Hill, Michael Kimpton Will Huxton, Shane Aguando, Tristain McCorle

Northern Eagles

David Galleghan, Jackson Colt*, Chris Devon, Shane Eales, Nick Hoolan, Jason Keillher, Cooper Haughton, Henry Edden, Samuel Forster, Alex Monteagle, Logan Croft-Harris, Colin Lee

Nelson's Bay Dragons

Brett Jenkins, Jamie Holtermann, Mark Hudson*, Shane Hudson, Craig Slater, Matt Kirwan, Chris Peck, Beck Hennings, Jackson Storm, Dom Smith, Milo Hales, Christian Cooper

South-East Sharks

Robbie Reynaulds, Phillip Johnson, George Gregg, Glenn Mitchell* Gabriel Meldrum, Chris White, Alex Reid-Phillips, Matt Wallace, Max Camwell, Nick Sharrock, Ben Norman, Mitchell Dawson

Overseas Pool
Matt Geach (Liventian, Fast Bowler)
Oliver Kerr (Liventian, All-Rounder)
Alex Williams (Liventian, Batsman)
Samuel Ferguson (Aelsh, All-Rounder)
Paul Rosseau (Saugeais, Bowler)
Joël Durand (Saugeais, Batsman)

Team Grounds
Central Lightning - Cartersburg Oval (16,500)
Western Tigers - Gosforth Regional Cricket Ground (GRCG) (12,940)
Southern District Pines - Stanford Park (11,120)
Eastern Highlanders - Albion Park Cricket Ground (APCG) (13,100)
South-Western Leopards - King Hamish Park (15,050)
Northern Eagles - CeltaDirect Stadium (9,400)
Nelson's Bay Dragons - T.M Parker Bayside Stadium (15,000)
South-East Sharks - Garden Road (8,500)

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Season Contracts Announced for Season

Postby AusCricketLand » Wed Aug 14, 2013 4:00 pm

Great excitement all over AusCricketLand today as the contracted players for this season have been announced. As all of the players are past legends of the game and this great country. Of course having such an awesomeO god as we do and he, hallowed be thy name, having the power of cricketing resurrection he has brought back to life a great mix of eras to add to some of the players from last season. As everyone knows, THE Sir DONALD BRADMAN only has the power to resurrect a past player for just two years before they go back where they came from (the grave).

The contracted players are as follows. St. Fred the demon Spofforth - Right Arm Fast bowler, St. George Giffen - Off Spinner and powerful strokeplayer allrounder. St. Keith Miller - Allrounder Right arm fast and devastating strokeplayer. St. Jack Gregory - Allrounder right arm fast bowler and destructive batsman. St. Clem Hill - Left Hand master batsman. St. Arthur Mailey - Great Leg Spinner. Archie Jackson - RH classy batsman. Warren Bardsley - opening batsman. Stan McCabe - RH powerhouse batsman. Charlie McCartney - RH Batsman and very handy fast medium seamer.St. Bill Ponsford - one of the greatest opening batsmen to ever live. St. Bill O'Reilly - Great Leg Spinner. St. Monty Noble - Allrounder Leg Spin and classy batsman and legendary Captain. St. Victor Trumper - RH brilliant top order batsman.

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Postby Commune-PDTv2 » Thu Aug 15, 2013 9:36 am

Cordial Greetings to our fellow cricketing nations from the Glorious Commune. Our Illustrious Nation hereby announces the creation of a Communadi cricket league to determine the greatest okrug team within our Country.

The league itself is divided into 2 stages. The first stage is two Pola'lhighas, one for the North-west and one for the South-east. Six teams will compete in each of these leagues, each team playing each other 3 times, once at home, once away and once upon a neutral ground of the Communadi Cricket Committee's choosing. Upon the conclusion of this stage, the top two teams from each pola'lhigha will advance to the second stage.

The second stage is the Elit'lhigha where again, each team will play the two teams they have not yet faced 3 times using the same format as the Pola'lhighas. Their results against their Pola'lhigha competitors carrying forward to the Elit'lhigha. Upon it's conclusion, a Champion will be declared.

The leagues will be judged thusly; Firstly, percentage of victories with a draw being awarded 50%, should one occur. To decide tie-breakers, firstly head-to-head victories, followed by total number of runs scored. Should these methods by insufficient to decide a winner, the CCC will have the final say in deciding a victor.

The competing teams will be as such:


Pola'lhigha Rakiya'sevyhar

Muskulzhmlia'sevhyar
Nhmadia
Muskulzhmlia'yhuug Distrikt'zapad
Muskulzhmlia'yhuug Distrikt'ystohk
Sigismundia Distrikt'Mogd-Syrdusha
Sigismundia Distrikt'Rhi


Pola'lhigha Rakiya'yhuug

Nytchiyazhmlia
Pusta'sevhyar
Sigismundia'yhuug
Xehmlyoradnixia
Pusta Distrikt'zapad
Pusta Distrikt'yhuug
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Postby Commune-PDTv2 » Fri Aug 16, 2013 6:56 am

Results from the First Communadi XX/20 Elit'lhigha

(OOC: Yeah, not any RP as such. It was more to test my league mechanisms and provide a template to work upon with Season 2)


The Glorious Commune Qualifiers for T20CC

Xehmlyoradnixia
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Postby Liventia » Sat Aug 17, 2013 7:38 am

Announcement
The deadline for entries to the inaugural Champions Twenty20 tournament is tentatively set for 00:00 BST, Saturday 7 September. Each association may submit two teams to the inaugural tournament, as long as the two teams have qualified through a Twenty20 competition. This means List A (one day) or first-class (red ball) competitions cannot be used to determine CT20 qualifiers.

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Postby Apox » Sat Aug 17, 2013 9:03 am

Apox County Cricket Trophy


The third season of the ACCT has now ended with an added twist, in that now the league now finishes with a short Twenty20 play-off games to determine which teams will enter the newly created Twenty20 Champions Cup. However, first of all, the regular First Class season must take place, before the top four teams play-off to enter the T20CC. Here are the results of the league, with quite a few surprises.

County        PD W  D   L  BP Points
Dwile 12 7 2 3 30 106 - Play-offs
County Eisc 12 5 5 2 28 93 - Play-offs
Moutainshire 12 6 4 2 16 87 - Play-offs
Olfa 12 4 5 3 26 81 - Play-offs

Gwinshire 12 4 2 5 31 77
The Broads 12 3 5 4 16 61
Westshire 12 2 0 10 10 30


And so it is Dwile this season who stun the league and beat all comers to win their first championship. County Eisc come second, while Mountainshire have a poor season by their standards, finishing 3rd. Olfa, widely considered to have the least quality in their squad somehow manage to slip into the final play-off position, beating Gwinshire and The Broads (both teams who would have got that play-off spot in previous seasons). Westshire lose a record 10 TIMES, to come last by a long, long way. Let's see what happened in the play-offs now.

Play-off Matches

Dwile 141/5 (16.1 overs)
Olfa 140/6 (20 overs)

County Eisc 133/6 (14.5 overs)
Mountainshire 129/7 (20 overs)

And therefore, our entrants into the T20CC are the same as they would be if league position was what qualified teams, with Dwile and County Eisc both comfortably beating their opposition.

Twenty20 Champions Cup Entrants from Apox (APX)
Dwile, County Eisc
The History of Modern NSSports internationalpost.apx (Newswire) The Apoxian Compendium
Winners: Campionato Esportiva IV, V & XVI, World T20 Championships VI, Imperial Chap Olympiad
Runners-up: CoH 58, World T20 Championships V, Campionato Esportiva XII
Third: Campionato Esportiva XIII
Fourth: Campionato Esportiva VII & XV
Baptism of Fire 50, Cup of Harmony 56, World Cup 69, World Cup 73, World Cup 82
Friendly Cups 2 & 6, World T20 Championships II, Campionato Esportiva IV, VIII, XII & XXIII, GCF Season 4, 8 & 10

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Postby Liventia » Sun Aug 18, 2013 5:58 am

(OOC: For those wondering, I'm using this FM-type simulation game to generate my Liventian results. One-day and FC results to be added.)

Liventian cricket league season 1
Super Slog League (T20)
SSL				P	W	L	T/NR	Pts	NRR
1 Raithwick Park Bulls 10 8 2 0 16 +2.001 CT20
2 Folenisa Combined Outlaws 10 6 4 0 12 +0.096 CT20
3 Cyclonesville Westerns 10 6 4 0 12 -0.010
4 Central Orean Capitals 10 4 6 0 8 -0.007
5 Academy Stars 10 3 7 0 6 -0.905
6 Dover Scorpions 10 3 7 0 6 -1.181

Most runs: WWR Ashworth (Outlaws) 427
Top score: PW Jamieson (Scorpions v Capitals) 118
Highest batting avg (min 5 inns): OH Kerr (Bulls) 123.33 (11 inns, 8 no)
Most wickets: JPK Adams (Bulls) 28
BBI: JPK Adams (Bulls v Stars) 7/12
Best bowling avg (min 5 wkts): DM Aeri 5.00 (15/75)


Final: Folenisa Combined Outlaws v Raithwick Park Bulls
Folenisa Combined Outlaws won the toss and elected to bat

Folenisa Combined CC: IW Rushworth, KR Greyvensteyn, LJ Lawson, GP Goudreau (wkt), JR Barker, WWR Ashworth (capt), PA Onions, TJ Hewison, JTE Sanderson, H Logan, D Swallow
Raithwick Park CC: GS Swannell, AJ Cunningham, MA Finney (wkt/capt), JD Mahmood, OH Kerr, DJ Millichip, PI Hunt, L Francis, DM Quinn, JPK Adams, DM Aeri

On a clear night at the Island Cricket Arena, fans of the Folenisa Combined Outlaws and group stage winners Raithwick Park Bulls gathered for the inaugural final of the Super Slog League.

With both teams already guaranteed berths in the new GCF Champions T20 global tournament by virtue of their league finish, it was a chance for players outside the national setup to impress on television and in front of the selectors.

As group stage winners, Raithwick Park Bulls were awarded the right to host the final and prepare a favourable pitch, but were without the services of Leo Cartwright, out with a broken jaw.

Having won the toss, the visitors opted to bat first and sent in 17-year-old opener Ian Rushworth with Kyle Greyvensteyn to face the new ball from Jonathan Adams.

The Outlaws got off to a bad start as Rushworth, having defended the first ball, attempted the forward defensive to the second ball which nipped back in and rapped him on the pads.

Replacement Lloyd Lawson went for just a single off four balls to Ollie Kerr, while Greyvensteyn lasted only nine balls before being bowled by Daniel Quinn.

Wicketkeeper-batsman Garland Goudreau, in at four, made a quick 20 to help the score to 26/3 before he was bowled by a Quinn off-break, leaving the Outlaws in serious trouble.

Walter Ashworth and James Barker put on a 35-ball partnership worth 28 runs until the latter went leg before to Kerr for 12 off 19 balls.

Ashworth saw his next partner, Paul Onions, caught behind off Daniel Aeri for ten before chopping on to his stumps off all-rounder David Millichip, finally departing for a run-a-ball 38.

Millichip also claimed Tom Hewison and Huw Logan in three balls, but Joe Sanderson's 13 from number nine saw the Outlaws through to the close of their innings without further loss.

Set 109 to win, the hosts were in early bother when openers Geraint Swannell (2) and Arthur Cunningham (5) both fell in the second over to Onions.

Jason Mahmood, in at four, fell to Sanderson just four balls after Cunningham to leave the hosts perilously poised on 11/3 but skipper Max Finney and Kerr steadied the ship with a partnership of 42.

Finney, who temporarily dispensed with his gloves in the first innings to bowl, was then stumped by opposite number Goudreau off Logan for 26 with the score on 53/4.

But Kerr led the rest of the chase with an unbeaten 54, helped by a solid 20* from Millichip in an unbroken fifth wicket stand of 56, to see the hosts home with 14 balls to spare to win by six wickets.

Outlaws batting: Rushworth 0 (lbw b Adams), Greyvensteyn 4 (b Quinn), Lawson 1 (b Kerr), Goudreau 20 (b Quinn), Barker 12 (lbw b Kerr), Ashworth 38 (b Millichip), Onions 10 (c †Finney b Aeri), Hewison 6 (b Millichip), Sanderson 13*, Logan 0 (lbw b Millichip), Swallow 1*, extras 3
Bulls bowling: Adams 4-0-27-1, Kerr 4-0-20-2, Quinn 4-0-12-2, Millichip 4-0-25-3, Aeri 2-0-5-1, Finney 2-0-19-0
Fall of wicket (partnership): 1/0 (0), 2/3 (3), 3/25 (22), 4/26 (1), 5/54 (28), 6/73 (19), 7/90 (17), 8/107 (17), 9/107 (0), (1*)

Bulls batting: Swannell 2 (b Onions), Cunningham 5 (c Ashworth b Onions), Finney 26 (st †Goudreau b Logan), Mahmood 1 (lbw b Sanderson), Kerr 54*, Millichip 20*, extras 1
Outlaws bowling: Sanderson 4-0-25-1, Onions 4-0-21-2, Logan 4-0-23-1, Swallow 2.4-0-24-0, Hewison 2-0-5-0, Ashworth 1-0-11-0
Fall of wicket (partnership): 1/7 (7), 2/8 (1), 3/11 (3), 4/53 (42), (56*)
Raithwick Park Bulls win by six wickets
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Postby Northern Sunrise Islands » Sun Aug 18, 2013 5:00 pm

OOC: I used the Twenty20 Cricket scorinator at xkoranate.

Once upon a time, in the nice beaches of Mist City


"Mr. Minister." said an assistant, calmly handing the phone over to the Minister of Sports, Allejo Santos, after enjoying a match between FC Allejo of Sunrise and a not-really-important team of Mist City. The minister, in his sun bath, picked the phone up, with his sunglasses covering his eyes.

"Hello, Allejo Santos, Minister of Sports, not interested in talking about FC Allejo of Sunrise being invited to the Junior League is on the line."

"Uh... Meister! Oh, a jolly day to you! I represent a group of teams that play Twenty20 Cricket and would like to say that we want a Cricket League for Northern Sunheise Islands!" said the voice at the other side of the call.

"Erm... What? Look, mister, we aren't interested on a band opening our national games."

"A band? Is this a fecking joke? Are ya out of your damn mind?"

"Twenty20 Cricket. Isn't that a band or something?", asked the minister, quite oblivious to the entire thing.

"It's a sport, ya bloody idiot!"

"Fine... Tell you what. Find a bunch of businessmen and I'll allow it."

"Yeh, good! See yah at the field!", said happily the other man, finishing the call.


The man on the line, Jenson McStereotaipe, however, was already one step forward on the subject. He already contacted several businessmen around the multiverse, convincing them that the tournament would be a nice way to prove who had the most ability on running a legacy of a team at a sport that he believed no one would try to send a team for, specially considering that it was in Northern Sunrise Islands, who even as open for sports as it the nation is, didn't know anything about the sport.

After a meeting with the now astonished Allejo Santos, McStereotaipe was able to obtain the national license, thus creating the first ever national league of Cricket at the country, however, with two conditions. The league would need to have at least one side that was fully Sunrisian-born and the season would need to have an average of at least 5,000 people watching it live. Now that was the setback. He would not be able to convince any businessman to create a team of Sunrisians, mostly because the chance was that they would be terrible at it and losing would be more probable.

Two weeks later, however, the newspapers had info on a Cricket League, and while the Sunrisians were mostly not really caring about it, there was no way to cancel it now.

McStereotaipe EnterprisesTM Sunrise Cricket League


The league will consist of twelve sides.

AMY CITY PRIDE
Colors: Blue and Yellow
Owner: Sunrisian Pride Supporters' Group, an addition made to the League mostly due to the desire of adding more attendance to the league. Offended by most of the teams, saying that if they needed a league, they should not have foreigns involved.
Stadium: Sonic Road (10,000)

BRENTWOOD BREWERS
Colors: Yellow and Brown
Owner: Andrew Lawrence-Barr, whose distillery business has been losing money since tighter alcohol sale restrictions came into force, so now he thinks running a sports team can't be worse.
Stadium: Western Lane (10,000)

BURY HEARTS
Colors: Red and White
Owner: James O' Alwinn, Midlothian Heart-born owner of a chain of hotels, who decided to rival the sorta-traditional Hearts of Londonpool, but could only find a way in cricket.
Stadium: Commoner Grounds (8,000)

BYRD ARMADA
Colors: Green, Gold and Black
Owner: Conrad James Lyle, who was born into wealth in the sleepy rural northern peninsula and has basically got bored not doing much with his money except supporting a few local sportspeople and having shares in suspicious companies somewhere in Rushmore producing RP-inin for the Kytlerian market.
Stadium: War Memorial at Byrd (9,000)

CALEDONIA ORCHESTRA
Colors: Black and White
Owner: Reginald Spektor, a record producer and former classical pianist until his right hand was broken in a car crash.
Stadium: Arts University of Caledonia (5,000)

DARVESTON MINERS
Colors: Blue and White
Owner: Bob Crowthorne, who runs a mining company and is very dull.
Stadium: Cricket Field at the Darveston Cricket Complex (15,000)

DOVER WARRIORS
Colors: Orange and Blue
Owner: The City Government of Dover, who accepted being the sole team of the league that is fully Sunrisian, just for the sake of being relevant.
Stadium: City of Dover Stadium (45,000)

LORELEI MAGICA
Colors: Yellow and Black
Owner: Zoe Foster, who owns a sports bra business, and has been rebuffed from buying several Kytlerian sports teams because they didn't trust a woman to own one.
Stadium: Cambrian University's Cricket Field (7,000)

MINK LEGION
Colors: Red, Black and White
Owner: The Coven State Teacher and Military Pension Fund, which are lots of investors just thinking that beating rich people at their own game would be the best thing they ever managed to do in their lives.
Stadium: Giselle Road (8,000)

PORTLAND ATLANTIC
Colors: Blue, Grey and Black
Owner: Pat Wilcox, who sold his share of a Santa Mordana shipping company to a Civil Citizenry conglomerate and doesn't know what to do with his money.
Stadium: Harbour Park (8,500)

ROYAL MARDI
Colors: Purple, Teal and Yellow
Owner: Thug Dredditars, who made his money running a sports equipment business that started with combat sport equipment and then turned to gridiron, rugby, and later cricket.
Stadium: Marendi Field (15,000)

SUNRICE SAINT-RAPTORS
Colors: Green, Dark Green and Red
Owner: The Apocalyptic Congregational Church of the Mighty Raptor Jesus, a foreign church that decided that Cricket would be a good way to mix in with the crowds.
Stadium: Carbocarbonica Arena (20,000)


   McStereotaipe EnterprisesTM Sunrise Cricket League                     Pld    W   D   L    PF   PA   PD   Pts
01 Lorelei Magica 22 14 0 8 3061 3036 +25 28
02 Byrd Armada 22 13 0 9 3040 2939 +101 26

03 Bury Hearts 22 12 0 10 3086 2949 +137 24
04 Caledonia Orchestra 22 12 0 10 2988 2912 +76 24
05 Brentwood Brewers 22 12 0 10 3111 3185 −74 24
06 Sunrice Saint-Raptors 22 11 1 10 3092 3076 +16 23
07 Darveston Miners 22 11 0 11 3003 3045 −42 22
08 Portland Atlantic 22 11 0 11 2883 3081 −198 22
09 Dover Warriors 22 10 1 11 2925 3013 −88 21
10 Mink Legion 22 9 0 13 3026 2905 +121 18
11 Royal Mardi 22 9 0 13 2998 3090 −92 18
12 Amy City Pride 22 7 0 15 2911 2893 +18 14


Somehow, Amy City Pride was able to channel enough views for the league to progress. And considering they were last place, that's quite the achievement. But Allejo couldn't allow something like that to continue. Not even someone else, who wasn't even asked about it...

Twenty20 Champions Cup Entrants from Northern Sunrise Islands (NSI)
Lorelei Magica, Byrd Armada

PS: The Rich Owners of most teams have been given by The Kytler Peninsulae. Thanks!
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(Note: After several frustrating hours with my dying laptop trying to get Cricket Coach to work, I've decided just to post the results and then go into detail in later posts.)

MD1
South-Western Leopards 172/8 (20 overs)
Northern Eagles 157/6 (20 overs)

Eastern Highlanders 174/7 (20 overs)
Nelson's Bay Dragons 133/7 (20 overs)

South-East Sharks 169 (18.2 overs)
Southern District Pines 175/7 (20 overs)

Central Lightning 144/5 (20 overs)
Western Tigers 197/5 (20 overs)

MD2
Northern Eagles 145/7 (20 overs)
Western Tigers 194/4 (20 overs)

Southern District Pines 165/3 (20 overs)
Central Lightning 117/7 (20 overs)

Nelson's Bay Dragons 168/8 (20 overs)
South-East Sharks 222/7 (20 overs)

South-Western Leopards 142/2 (20 overs)
Eastern Highlanders 143/6 (16 overs)

MD3
Eastern Highlanders 133/7 (20 overs)
Northern Eagles 135/6 (19.4 overs)

South-East Sharks 119/9 (20 overs)
South-Western Leopards 170 (18.4 overs)

Central Lightning 179/6 (20 overs)
Nelson's Bay Dragons 156/8 (20 overs)

Western Tigers 222/5 (20 overs)
Southern District Pines 144/8 (20 overs)

MD4
Northern Eagles 136/6 (20 overs)
Southern District Pines 138/7 (18.4 overs)

Nelson's Bay Dragons 135/7 (16.5 overs)
Western Tigers 132/6 (20 overs)

South-Western Leopards 141/6 (16.3 overs)
Central Lightning 138/3 (20 overs)

Eastern Highlanders 152/7 (16.4 overs)
South-East Sharks 148/6 (20 overs)

MD5
South-East Sharks 151/9 (20 overs)
Northern Eagles 157/6 (20 overs)

Central Lightning 184/7 (20 overs)
Eastern Highlanders 175/3 (20 overs)

Western Tigers 154/9 (20 overs)
South-Western Leopards 157/5 (14.3 overs)

Southern District Pines 121/6 (12.4 overs)
Nelson's Bay Dragons 118/6 (20 overs)

MD6
Northern Eagles 167/7 (20 overs)
Nelson's Bay Dragons 147/8 (20 overs)

South-Western Leopards 105/8 (20 overs)
Southern District Pines 109/9 (10.5 overs)

Eastern Highlanders 144/6 (16.4 overs)
Western Tigers 143/8 (20 overs)

South-East Sharks 176/5 (20 overs)
Central Lightning 137/6 (20 overs)

MD7
Central Lightning 157/7 (20 overs)
Northern Eagles 160/3 (16.2 overs)

Western Tigers 157/5 (20 overs)
South-East Sharks 153/9 (20 overs)

Southern District Pines 115/8 (20 overs)
Eastern Highlanders 141/6 (20 overs)

Nelson's Bay Dragons 192/5 (20 overs)
South-Western Leopards 158/7 (20 overs)

MD8
Northern Eagles 162/6 (20 overs)
South-Western Leopards 169/7 (20 overs)

Nelson's Bay Dragons 103/5 (20 overs)
Eastern Highlanders 170/5 (20 overs)

Southern District Pines 166/8 (20 overs)
South-East Sharks 191/6 (20 overs)

Western Tigers 157/7 (20 overs)
Central Lightning 165/5 (20 overs)

MD9
Western Tigers 115/3 (20 overs)
Northern Eagles 126/7 (20 overs)

Central Lightning 141/8 (16.5 overs)
Southern District Pines 138/6 (20 overs)

South-East Sharks 135/6 (20 overs)
Nelson's Bay Dragons 155 (18.1 overs)

Eastern Highlanders 218/3 (20 overs)
South-Western Leopards 141/6 (20 overs)

MD10
Northern Eagles 159/7 (20 overs)
Eastern Highlanders 177/5 (20 overs)

South-Western Leopards 161/5 (20 overs)
South-East Sharks 158/2 (20 overs)

Nelson's Bay Dragons 126/8 (20 overs)
Central Lightning 127/8 (17.4 overs)

Southern District Pines 144/5 (20 overs)
Western Tigers 161/5 (20 overs)

MD11
Southern District Pines 154/7 (19 overs)
Northern Eagles 150/2 (20 overs)

Western Tigers 96 (18.3 overs)
Nelson's Bay Dragons 150/5 (20 overs)

Central Lightning 131/5 (20 overs)
South-Western Leopards 134/5 (12.4 overs)

South-East Sharks 153/3 (17.3 overs)
Eastern Highlanders 149/8 (20 overs)

MD12
Northern Eagles 137/4 (18.5 overs)
South-East Sharks 134/8 (20 overs)

Eastern Highlanders 141/5 (20 overs)
Central Lightning 194/5 (20 overs)

South-Western Leopards 133 (18.3 overs)
Western Tigers 126/3 (20 overs)

Nelson's Bay Dragons 230/6 (20 overs)
Southern District Pines 168/7 (20 overs)

MD13
Nelson's Bay Dragons 141/7 (18.5 overs)
Northern Eagles 140 (15.4 overs)

Southern District Pines 120/7 (20 overs)
South-Western Leopards 163/6 (20 overs)

Western Tigers 159/2 (20 overs)
Eastern Highlanders 166/8 (20 overs)

Central Lightning 155/7 (20 overs)
South-East Sharks 135/5 (20 overs)

MD14
Northern Eagles 164/8 (20 overs)
Central Lightning 159/3 (20 overs)

South-East Sharks 121/7 (11.4 overs)
Western Tigers 119/2 (20 overs)

Eastern Highlanders 170/5 (20 overs)
Southern District Pines 177/7 (20 overs)

South-Western Leopards 194/3 (20 overs)
Nelson's Bay Dragons 132/5 (20 overs)


Pld    W   D   L    PF   PA   PD   Pts 
1 South-Western Leopards 14 10 0 4 2124 2056 +68 20
2 Eastern Highlanders 14 8 0 6 2222 2100 +122 16
3 Central Lightning 14 7 0 7 2123 2110 +13 14
4 Northern Eagles 14 7 0 7 2074 2109 −35 14
5 Nelson's Bay Dragons 14 7 0 7 2100 2152 −52 14
6 South-East Sharks 14 6 0 8 2138 2122 +16 12
7 Southern District Pines 14 6 0 8 2013 2201 −188 12
8 Western Tigers 14 5 0 9 2075 2019 +56 10

Grand Slam Player of the Competition: Shane Aguando (South-Western Leopards) = 22 wickets, 127 runs, 7 catches
Most runs: Ed McCaughey (Central Lightning) = 572 @ 40.85
Most Wickets: Shane Aguando (South Western Leopards) = 22 wickets at 17.32
Black & Neill Best Fielder award: Angus Slater (Western Tigers)
Black & Neill Best Catch award: Shane Eales (Northern Eagles) to dismiss Simon Sterne (Western Tigers) (MD2)
Wray International Bank Best Foreign Player award: Matt Geach (Liventian fast bowler) = 15 wickets @ 21.46
Best Bowling Figures: Milo Hales (vs Western Tigers, MD11) 4-0-13-4


CLt20

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Name: Cartersburg Oval
Location: Shorebrook, South Cartersburg
Capacity: 16,500 (Possible= 24,200)
Ends: Pavilion End, Shorebrook End
Pitch Condition: Good pitch for t20, hard and dry resulting in hard hitting and good carry. Not much for spinners, though when cracks appear, they can prove tricky.

Bio: Built in 1975 for the Cyborg Dutch Exiles Club, it hosted a mere 17 games over a 20 year period, mostly cup finals, because they couldn't fill the seats. It was then handed over to the Wray Cricket Board in 1995 where they played numerous fixtures against Invitational sides from Wray and Cyborg Dutch clubs and touring teams. It underwent renovations in 2006 and 2007 in preparation for a test fixture, but it was not ready on time and the test was moved back to Cyborg Holland. Since Independence in 2013, it has played host to more games than during Colonial times, home of Central Districts and Central Lightning, as well as the Wray National Team and Board teams.

It's Colonial pavillion is made of white stone from a nearby quarry and Oak wood from local forests. It has two changing rooms, two team rooms, a bar, a restaurant a gym and facilities for both players and spectators. The Stands (King Hamish, George Carter, South, West and Turner) all have a good view of the wicket, and are all equipped with bars, kiosks and restaurants. Behind the pavilion is the training pitch, complete with 20 all-weather nets and five practice squares. In the Western stand is the International Media Centre, with 23 Press Rooms for commentary, reporting etc., a Press Conference Centre and international media links and a general viewing area.

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Postby Liventia » Fri Aug 23, 2013 5:38 am

Liventian cricket league season 1
Liventia Airways Trophy (50-over/List A)
LAT				P	W	L	T/NR	Pts	NRR
1 Central Orean Capitals 10 6 4 0 12 -0.032
2 Dover Scorpions 10 6 4 0 12 -0.058
3 Raithwick Park Bulls 10 5 5 0 10 +0.194
4 Academy Stars 10 5 5 0 10 +0.077
5 Folenisa Combined Outlaws 10 5 5 0 10 +0.032
6 Cyclonesville Westerns 10 3 7 0 6 -0.215

Most runs: MA Finney (Bulls) 724
Top score: PW Jamieson (Scorpions v Stars) 137
Highest batting avg (min 5 inns): TD Jonsson 112.50 (10 inns, 6 no)
Most wickets: MC Geach (Scorpions) 34
BBI: PA Onions (Outlaws v Bulls) 7/41
Best bowling avg (min 10 wkts): MC Geach (Scorpions) 34 at 13.24


Final: Dover Scorpions v Central Orean Capitals
Dover Scorpions won the toss and elected to bat

Dover CC: PW Jamieson, AF Williams, FJW Stewart, GJ Glover (wkt), AM Kumar, MC Procter, JP Shayat, JJ Gale, FD Batty, BC Brown, MC Geach (capt)
Central Orean CC: MJ Westley, RL Stern, DA Hennessey (capt), STS Watting, DL Smith (wkt), JJ Lynch, P Cronk, DRI Wagh, M Nurse, PR Smallville, BR Broome

With the two Super Slog League finalists falling two points short of the qualifying spots for the final, the Liventian List A final was contested between two sides who actually finished the group stage with negative net run rates, with the Central Orean Capitals being awarded the hosting rights due to a slightly better rate than opponents Dover Scorpions.

Eight Liventian internationals were involved in this final, with Paul Jamieson, Alex Williams, Will Stewart and Matt Geach representing the visitors and Dylan Hennessey, Stuart Watting, Peter Smallville and Ben Broome on the home side.

Geach won the toss and opted to bat, with Jamieson and Williams opening. Jamieson had the larger contribution for the first partnership, and when the first wicket fell on 87 through a run-out, the casualty Williams had faced just 40 balls for his 36.

Another key partnership followed as Will Stewart joined Jamieson at the crease, the two adding 79 in just 12.5 overs before Jamieson found himself short of his ground and run out.

Out stepped young wicketkeeper Greg Glover promoted to four, and he made a season-best 30 in another stand of 79 with Stewart before offering his front pad to Watting before Stewart followed in the next over for a run-a-ball 84, bowled by an inswinger that beat the bat.

Andrew Kumar and Martin Procter saw the visitors out to the end of their innings with an unbroken partnership of 17 in just 14 balls, closing on 270/4 to set the hosts 271 to win.

Opening with Michael Westley and Rick Stern, the Capitals started steadily before Stern fell leg before to Geach for 24.

In came captain Hennessey, and although the Capitals lost Westley to Gale for 17 and the score on 60, Hennessey and Stuart Watting put on a mammoth 195-run partnership in 35.3 overs before the skipper was trapped by Kumar for an impressive 115.

With just 14 balls remaining in the match, the Capitals needed 16 to win. Wicketkeeper David Smith took a single off his first ball faced to put Watting on strike, but just three balls later the vice-captain was walking back to the pavilion, victim to off-spinner Fred Batty for 94 and leaving the hosts needing 10 to win off 10 balls.

Smith was run out two balls later with nothing added to the score, and James Lynch also suffered the same fate with three balls left in the innings and the score on 266.

With the hosts needing four off the last ball to win, Paul Cronk could only manage two as the Dover Scorpions eked out the closest of wins.

Scorpions batting: Jamieson 93 (run out), Williams 36 (run out), Stewart 84 (b Nurse), Glover 30 (lbw b Watting), Kumar 12*, Procter 9*, extras 6
Capitals bowling: Smallville 10-0-44-0, Watting 9-0-55-1, Broome 10-1-45-0, Nurse 7-0-57-1, Wagh 10-0-45-0, Cronk 4-0-24-0
Fall of wicket (partnership): 1/87 (87), 2/166 (79), 3/245 (79), 4/253 (8), (17*)

Capitals batting: Westley 17 (b Gale), Stern 24 (lbw b Geach), Hennessey 115 (lbw b Kumar), Watting 94 (lbw b Batty), Smith 2 (run out), Lynch 1 (run out), Cronk 6*, Wagh 1*, extras 9
Scorpions bowling: Geach 10-0-51-1, Brown 10-0-66-0, Gale 8-0-45-1, Batty 10-1-49-1, Procter 10-0-44-0, Kumar 2-0-14-1
Fall of wicket (partnership): 1/36 (36), 2/60 (24), 3/255 (195), 4/261 (6), 5/261 (0), 6/266 (5), (3*)
Dover Scorpions win by one run
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Postby Liventia » Fri Aug 30, 2013 4:45 am

Liventia wrote:Announcement
The deadline for entries to the inaugural Champions Twenty20 tournament is tentatively set for 00:00 BST, Saturday 7 September. Each association may submit two teams to the inaugural tournament, as long as the two teams have qualified through a Twenty20 competition. This means List A (one day) or first-class (red ball) competitions cannot be used to determine CT20 qualifiers.


Confirming the deadline to be 00:00 BST, Saturday 7 September. Current entrants:
Xehmlyoradnixia (CPD)
Sigismundia Distrikt'Mogd-Syrdusha (CPD)
Dwile (APX)
County Eisc (APX)
Raithwick Park Bulls (LEN)
Folenisa Combined Outlaws (LEN)
Lorelei Magica (NSI)
Byrd Armada (NSI)
South-Western Leopards (WRY)
Eastern Highlanders (WRY)

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Postby Darmen » Sat Aug 31, 2013 7:18 pm

Forden and Scott City will represent Darmen at the Champions Twenty20.
Twenty20 League          Pld    W   D   L    PF   PA   PD   Pts 
1 Forden 20 13 1 6 2956 2826 +130 73
2 Scott City 20 12 0 8 2945 3031 −86 68
3 Bryxen City 20 10 1 9 3061 2958 +103 61
4 Sterling City 20 10 1 9 2790 2870 −80 61
5 Vogler City 20 10 0 10 3002 2832 +170 60
6 Hendricks City 20 10 0 10 3042 2970 +72 60
7 Eric City 20 9 0 11 2941 2849 +92 56
8 Darmen City 20 9 0 11 2998 3060 −62 56
9 Brady City 20 9 0 11 2856 3122 −266 56
10 Chad City 20 8 1 11 2923 2964 −41 53
11 Tim City 20 8 0 12 2901 2933 −32 52


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Ko-oren and Thaulandi will represent Greater Ko-oren at the first CT20.

The eight countries of Greater Ko-oren all participate as 'national' team, much like the four countries of the UK all have their own sports teams (except for Olympics).
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Postby Tyneala » Fri Sep 06, 2013 10:12 am

Vidaak Bash League      P  W  L  T  Pts     NRR
1 Pwentshore 6 5 1 0 10 +1.192 CT20
2 Hilshore 6 4 2 0 8 +1.828 CT20

3 Dovershore 6 3 3 0 6 +0.037
4 Ballyfeeaknock 6 0 6 0 0 -3.363

Final: Hilshore 105 (19.4 overs) beat Pwentshore 94 (17.1 overs) by 11 runs

Stats
High score: L Brennan (Dovershore v Pwentshore) 58*
A Mackay (Pwentshore v Ballyfeeaknock) 58*
Most runs: S Crampton (Hilshore) 231
BBI: P Wallace (Pwentshore v Ballyfeeaknock) 6/15
Most wkts: AT Gallagher (Pwentshore) 24


Tyneala (TYL)'s CT20 qualifiers: Pwentshore, Hilshore
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Euran Cricket Association National Championship I


ECA National Championship       P       W       D       L       WKTS    BP      MP      TOTAL PTS
1 Holdenberg CC 14 11 1 2 258 39 70 109 T20 Playoffs
2 Capital CC 14 7 4 3 224 49 53 102 T20 Playoffs
3 Spartans CC 14 7 2 5 245 37 51 88 T20 Playoffs
4 Directus CC 14 6 2 6 232 33 46 79 T20 Playoffs
5 Brigham CC 14 6 4 4 237 27 48 75
6 Harther CC 14 3 4 7 216 28 33 61
7 Ulsa CC 14 4 3 7 224 16 37 53
8 Docklands CC 14 1 2 11 148 10 21 31


Highest single innings score: Tristan Lewis (Holdenberg), 272* v Docklands
Best single innings wicket haul: Tom Grant (Holdenberg), 30-11-60-8 v Harther
Top five batting averages: Tristan Lewis (Holdenberg) 70.23, Liam Tunbridge (Brigham) 64.54, Andrew Elland (Holdenberg) 62.43, Alan Royce (Directus) 61.30, Matt Leech (Capital) 58.10
Top five wicket takers: Shaun Folkstone (Capital) 62, Greg Lark (Holdenberg) 60, Andy Harrison (Brigham) 58, Tom Grant (Holdenberg) 55, Nick Fodrell (Directus) 55

Batsman of the Year: Tristan Lewis (Holdenberg)
Bowler of the Year: Shaun Folkstone (Capital)
Fielder of the Year: Jeremy Davis (Harther)
Foreign Player of the Year: Matt Geach (Holdenberg)
Player of the Year: Tristan Lewis (Holdenberg)

ECA National Championships Playoff A: Holdenberg vs Spartans (Brigham Oval, 90,000 att.)

HOLDENBERG INNINGS

Batsman Out Bowler Runs Balls 4's 6's FOW
T Lewis c Martin b Overdale 22 21 3 0 61-1
A Elland lbw b Overdale 63 42 10 2 102-4
J Ratton b Aldair 9 10 1 0 96-2
B Goater c Martin b Aldair 2 5 0 0 98-3
T Carpenter c Martin b Overdale 40 21 6 2 175-6
T Grant c Aldair b Overdale 30 14 4 2 174-5
J Huddels not out 1 1 0 0
G Lark c Carter b Johnson 6 2 0 1 182-7
V Ramsbottom b Johnson 0 1 0 0 182-8
S Kamp b Johnson 4 3 1 0 186-9
B Goodison

Extras 9

TOTAL 186-9
OVERS 20

Bowler Overs Maidens Runs Wickets
D Aldair 5 1 35 2
M Overdale 5 0 24 4
G Carrington 4 0 37 0
O Leyton 3 0 54 0
P Johnson 3 0 31 3

SPARTANS INNINGS

Batsman Out Bowler Runs Balls 4's 6's FOW
A Carter not out 63 44 11 0
N Olegarde c Carpenter b Goodison 7 18 1 0 26-1
M Dantona b Grant 1 2 0 0 27-2
J Rolley lbw b Grant 0 3 0 0 27-3
K Lashman b Grant 0 2 0 0 27-4
M Overdale stCarpenter b Lark 74 34 10 4 144-5
I Martin lbw b Lark 2 2 0 0 150-6
G Carrington c Huddels b Lark 0 1 0 0 150-7
O Leyton b Lark 0 1 0 0 150-8
P Johnson c Carpenter b Lark 4 2 0 0 154-9
D Aldair b Grant 2 3 0 0 157

Extras 4

TARGET 187
TOTAL 157
OVERS 18.5

Bowler Overs Maidens Runs Wickets
T Grant 4.5 1 19 4
B Goodison 5 1 25 1
S Kamp 4 0 53 0
V Ramsbottom 2 0 37 0
G Lark 3 0 23 5

HOLDENBERG WIN BY 29 RUNS


ECA National Championships Playoff B: Capital vs Directus (Steel Field, 96,000 att.)

CAPITAL INNINGS

Batsman Out Bowler Runs Balls 4's 6's FOW
R Hill c Ealing b Nott 21 14 3 0 44-1
M Leech lbw b Nott 42 27 8 1 74-3
L Dalton b Nott 5 7 0 0 55-2
G Harris b Fodrell 17 13 2 0 109-5
T Grayson c Pleming b Fodrell 7 6 1 0 90-4
J Hosking st Pleming b Fodrell 28 18 5 0 154-7
J Cassar c Royce b Fodrell 0 2 0 0 109-6
S Folkstone b Fodrell 36 20 4 3 167-9
O Morris c Pleming b Ealing 1 3 0 0 155-8
D Patrick not out 6 3 0 0
R Garret lbw b Howton 0 1 0 0 167

Extras 4

TOTAL 167
OVERS 19.1

Bowler Overs Maidens Runs Wickets
J Nott 5 1 30 3
K Luman 4 0 44 0
B Ealing 4 0 38 1
N Fodrell 5 0 40 5
I Howton 1.1 0 15 1

DIRECTUS INNINGS

Batsman Out Bowler Runs Balls 4's 6's FOW
A Royce not out* 107 59 17 3
J Cawlsham b Folkstone 30 19 3 1 80-1
D Smithies b Hosking 6 10 1 0 107-2
N Matthews lbw b Folkstone 20 14 2 1 143-3
M Jones c Cassar b Folkstone 0 1 0 0 143-4
U Pleming b Folkstone 4 2 1 0 147-5
B Ealing c Dalton b Folkstone 0 2 0 0 155-6
J Nott lbw b Folkstone 0 2 0 0 155-7
N Fodrell c Cassar b Folkstone 2 2 0 0 157-8
I Howton not out 0 0 0 0
K Luman

Extras 2

TARGET 168
TOTAL 171-8
OVERS 18.4

Bowler Overs Maidens Runs Wickets
O Morris 4 0 39 0
D Patrick 2.4 0 37 0
S Folkstone 5 0 33 6
J Hosking 5 0 29 1
R Garret 2 0 33 0

DIRECTUS WIN BY 2 WICKETS


Holdenberg CC and Directus CC will participate on behalf of Eura at CT20.
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Postby The Licentian Isles » Fri Sep 06, 2013 3:34 pm

Licentian Parish Championships:

An established league for many years, the Licentian Parish Championships will be sending two of their four teams to the CT20.

Each team in the league represents one of the four parishes, of the Licentian Isles; Montfort, Abingdon, Colesham and St Bart's. In a slightly strange tradition, not found in many other sports on the Isles, players are expected to represent their home parish in the Championships, making it almost a competition for bragging rights between the four. This also means that the two "posher", cricket-playing parishes, Montfort and Colesham, are expected to dominate the league, with the sport being slightly more popular in those areas.

- Parish Championships Pld   W  D  L   PF  PA  PD  Pts 
1 Colesham PCC 6 4 0 2 927 847 +80 12
2 St Bart's PCC 6 3 0 3 778 777 +1 9
3 Abingdon PCC 6 3 0 3 787 789 −2 9
4 Montfort PCC 6 2 0 4 866 945 −79 6


Although Colesham won the league, St Bart's surprised many by getting the, suddenly significant, second place in the Championships. Montfort disappointed, with the team from the capital finishing last.

Therefore qualifiers to the CT20 from the Licentian Isles are Colesham PCC and St Bart's PCC.
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Champions T20
The Global Cricket Federation's domestic cricket arm is pleased to confirm that the inaugural Champions Twenty20 global club competition will feature, somewhat appropriately, 20 teams.

For the inaugural competition, all teams will be based in Liventia, and for future tournaments bids to stage the competition (or portions of the competition) will be invited.

There will be four groups of five. Each team will play each other team in its group once. Twelve teams will qualify for the knockout rounds: the group winners will qualify automatically for the quarterfinals, while the next two per group will qualify for the first round. (For the first tournament, no ranks are being used, only a small RP bonus factor for your league posts. A ranking system will be in use for the next edition onwards.)

Two points will be awarded for a win and one for a tie. Where points are tied, the tiebreakers will be as follows: net run rate, games won, wickets taken per overs bowled, drawing of lots.

A team's net run rate is calculated by deducting from the average runs per over scored by that team throughout the season, the average runs per over scored against that team throughout the season. In the event of a team being all out in less than its full quota of overs, the calculation of its net run rate shall be based on the full quota of overs to which it would have been entitled and not on the number of overs in which the team was dismissed. Therefore, a team all out for 130 in 17.1 overs shall be considered to have batted for 20 overs for their 130 while the bowling team considered to have bowled 20.


Without further ado, here's the group draw:
Group A (will play at the Park Central Oval in Orean)
Xehmlyoradnixia (CPD)
St Bart's (TLI)
County Eisc (APX)
Eastern Highlanders (WRY)
Ko-oren (GKR)

Group B (will play at The Bastion in Dover)
Sigismundia Distrikt'Mogd-Syrdusha (CPD)
Forden (DAR)
Directus (EUR)
Dwile (APX)
Thaulandi (GKR)

Group C (will play at the Folenisa Cricket Ground in Folenisa)
Hilshore (TYL)
Colesham (TLI)
Byrd Armada (NSI)
Scott City (DAR)
Folenisa Combined Outlaws (LEN)

Group D (will play at the National Centre of Excellence Oval in City Centre)
Pwentshore (TYL)
South-Western Leopards (WRY)
Lorelei Magica (NSI)
Holdenberg (EUR)
Raithwick Park Bulls (LEN)

First round held at Island Cricket Arena, Schimpol and WT Stadium, Cyclonesville. Teams from the same nation cannot be drawn together.
Quarterfinals held at NCE Oval and Folenisa Cricket Ground.
Semifinals and final held at Park Central Oval.
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Champions T20 Season 1
First batting team listed first in results

Group stage results
Matchday 1:
Ko-oren 80/5 (20 ov) St Bart's 83/7 (10.1 ov)
Eastern Highlanders 143/7 (20 ov) County Eisc 147/2 (17.5 ov)
Forden 144 (19.5 ov) Thaulandi 147/8 (19.4 ov)
Dwile 145/3 (20 ov) Directus 141/2 (20 ov)
Colesham 109/6 (20 ov) Folenisa Combined Outlaws 112/8 (19 ov)
Scott City 114/8 (20 ov) Byrd Armada 115/6 (14.1 ov)
Raithwick Park Bulls 131/9 (20 ov) South-Western Leopards 133/7 (16.5 ov)
Holdenberg 163/7 (20 ov) Lorelei Magica 137/8 (20 ov)

Matchday 2:
County Eisc 169/3 (20 ov) Ko-oren 129/2 (20 ov)
Xehmlyoradnixia 130/6 (20 ov) St Bart's 132/3 (17.4 ov)
Thaulandi 140/7 (20 ov) Directus 118/5 (20 ov)
Forden 111/8 (20 ov) Sigismundia Distrikt'Mogd-Syrdusha 112/8 (16.4 ov)
Folenisa Combined Outlaws 103/7 (20 ov) Byrd Armada 105/2 (13.1 ov)
Hilshore 139/7 (20 ov) Colesham 140/8 (19.5 ov)
Lorelei Magica 147/6 (20 ov) Raithwick Park Bulls 151/6 (19 ov)
Pwentshore 134/9 (20 ov) South-Western Leopards 138/4 (16.4 ov)

Matchday 3:
County Eisc 131/2 (20 ov) Xehmlyoradnixia 105/6 (20 ov)
Ko-oren 160/7 (20 ov) Eastern Highlanders 142/5 (20 ov)
Sigismundia Distrikt'Mogd-Syrdusha 133/8 (20 ov) Directus 119/5 (20 ov)
Thaulandi 103/7 (20 ov) Dwile 107/6 (15.1 ov)
Byrd Armada 155/5 (20 ov) Hilshore 103/3 (20 ov)
Folenisa Combined Outlaws 142/6 (20 ov) Scott City 144/9 (17.3 ov)
Pwentshore 126/5 (20 ov) Lorelei Magica 93/3 (20 ov)
Holdenberg 137/5 (20 ov) Raithwick Park Bulls 111/7 (20 ov)

Matchday 4:
Xehmlyoradnixia 130/3 (20 ov) Eastern Highlanders 129/7 (20 ov)
County Eisc 156/8 (20 ov) St Bart's 159/7 (19.4 ov)
Sigismundia Distrikt'Mogd-Syrdusha 157/6 (20 ov) Dwile 129/6 (20 ov)
Directus 139/5 (20 ov) Forden 107/5 (20 ov)
Scott City 141/6 (20 ov) Hilshore 136/3 (20 ov)
Colesham 147/8 (20 ov) Byrd Armada 133/3 (20 ov)
Pwentshore 160/6 (20 ov) Holdenberg 155/7 (20 ov)
Lorelei Magica 159/8 (20 ov) South-Western Leopards 139/2 (20 ov)

Matchday 5:
Eastern Highlanders 139/3 (20 ov) St Bart's 142/6 (17.2 ov)
Ko-oren 151/8 (20 ov) Xehmlyoradnixia 132/2 (20 ov)
Dwile 135/3 (20 ov) Forden 131/2 (20 ov)
Sigismundia Distrikt'Mogd-Syrdusha 156/7 (20 ov) Thaulandi 150/8 (20 ov)
Scott City 165/5 (20 ov) Colesham 94/9 (20 ov)
Hilshore 157/7 (20 ov) Folenisa Combined Outlaws 152/2 (20 ov)
Holdenberg 132/5 (20 ov) South-Western Leopards 136/7 (19.4 ov)
Raithwick Park Bulls 132/3 (20 ov) Pwentshore 130/7 (20 ov)

  Group A                                  Pld   W  L  T  Pts     NRR
1 St Bart's 4 4 0 0 8 +1.646 QF
2 County Eisc 4 3 1 0 6 +1.019 R1
3 Ko-oren 4 2 2 0 4 -0.996 R1

4 Xehmlyoradnixia 4 1 3 0 2 -0.779
5 Eastern Highlanders 4 0 4 0 0 -0.790

Group B Pld W L T Pts NRR
1 Sigismundia Distrikt'Mogd-Syrdusha 4 4 0 0 8 +0.916 QF
2 Dwile 4 3 1 0 6 +0.215 R1
3 Thaulandi 4 2 2 0 4 -0.206 R1

4 Directus 4 1 3 0 2 -0.100
5 Forden 4 0 4 0 0 -0.820

Group C Pld W L T Pts NRR
1 Byrd Armada 4 3 1 0 6 +1.707 QF
2 Scott City 4 3 1 0 6 +0.711 R1
3 Colesham 4 2 2 0 4 -0.812 R1

4 Hilshore 4 1 3 0 2 -0.678
5 Folenisa Combined Outlaws 4 1 3 0 2 -0.845

Group D Pld W L T Pts NRR
1 South-Western Leopards 4 3 1 0 6 +0.512 QF
2 Holdenberg 4 2 2 0 4 +0.509 R1
3 Pwentshore 4 2 2 0 4 +0.118 R1

4 Raithwick Park Bulls 4 2 2 0 4 -0.474
5 Lorelei Magica 4 1 3 0 2 -0.629


First knockout round draw
F1 County Eisc (APX) v Pwentshore (TYL) – Island Cricket Arena, Schimpol
F2 Dwile (APX) v Colesham (TLI) – Island Cricket Arena, Schimpol
F3 Holdenberg (EUR) v Ko-oren (GKR) – WT Stadium, Cyclonesville
F4 Scott City (DAR) v Thaulandi (GKR) – WT Stadium, Cyclonesville

Quarterfinal draw
Q1 St Bart's (TLI) v Winner F4 – NCE Oval, City Centre
Q2 Sigismundia Distrikt'Mogd-Syrdusha (CPD) v Winner F1 – NCE Oval, City Centre
Q3 Byrd Armada (NSI) v Winner F2 – Folenisa Cricket Ground, Folenisa
Q4 South-Western Leopards (WRY) v Winner F3 – Folenisa Cricket Ground, Folenisa
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Postby Liventia » Sun Sep 08, 2013 2:34 pm

Champions T20 Season 1
First batting team listed first in results
First round
County Eisc 155/2 (20 overs)
Pwentshore 145/3 (20 overs)
County Eisc win by 10 runs

Colesham 100/2 (20 overs)
Dwile 102/5 (15.2 overs)
Dwile win by five wickets

Ko-oren 138/2 (20 overs)
Holdenberg 141/6 (18.5 overs)
Holdenberg win by four wickets

Scott City 161/6 (20 overs)
Thaulandi 165/6 (20 overs)
Thaulandi win by four wickets

Quarterfinals
Thaulandi 134/8 (20 overs)
St Bart's 138/6 (19.5 overs)
St Bart's win by four wickets

Sigismundia Distrikt'Mogd-Syrdusha 158/3 (20 overs)
County Eisc 139/3 (20 overs)
Sigismundia Distrikt'Mogd-Syrdusha win by 19 runs

Byrd Armada 138/5 (20 overs)
Dwile 114/7 (20 overs)
Byrd Armada win by 24 runs

Holdenberg 146/6 (20 overs)
South-Western Leopards 103/2 (20 overs)
Holdenberg win by 43 runs

Semifinal draw
S1 St Bart's v Holdenberg
S2 Sigismundia Distrikt'Mogd-Syrdusha v Byrd Armada

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Can I post my domestic first-class results here? Or is this thread just for the CT20?


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Chelta wrote:Can I post my domestic first-class results here? Or is this thread just for the CT20?

Of course, this thread is for all domestic cricket.

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Champions Twenty20 Season 1 Finals Day — Park Central Oval, Orean, Liventia
First batting team listed first in results

Semifinals
St Bart's 136/4 (20 overs)
Holdenberg 140/7 (19.2 overs)
Holdenberg win by three wickets

Sigismundia Distrikt'Mogd-Syrdusha 139/7 (20 overs)
Byrd Armada 103/2 (20 overs)
Sigismundia Distrikt'Mogd-Syrdusha win by 36 runs

Final
Sigismundia Distrikt'Mogd-Syrdusha 163/7 (20 overs)
Holdenberg 150/6 (20 overs)
Sigismundia Distrikt'Mogd-Syrdusha win by 13 runs

Congratulations to the Commune's Sigismundia Distrikt'Mogd-Syrdusha, inaugural winners of the Champions Twenty20 tournament.

Coefficients will be available in advance of the next season. Again, each association will be allowed to enter no more than two teams to the tournament. As defending champions, Sigismundia Distrikt'Mogd-Syrdusha are guaranteed a place in the next edition of the CT20. Should it fail to qualify as one of Commune-PDTv2's league entrants, they will be entered ahead of and will displace the league's second seed from the competition.

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2013 Challenge A
MATCH ONE
Rogerton 159/4 (14 overs)
Tilden 102 (20 overs)

MATCH TWO
Rogerton 124/4 (12 overs)
Menomonie 83 (20 overs)

MATCH THREE
Rogerton 184/5 (20 overs)
Liverpool 136 (20 overs)

MATCH FOUR
Rogerton 118 (20 overs)
Chuckio 121/6 (19.1 overs)

MATCH FIVE
Chuckio 190/6 (20 overs)
Brham 192/6 (19.5 overs)

MATCH SIX
Brham 161/2 (20 overs)
Tim City 134/8 (20 overs)

MATCH SEVEN
Brham 126/8 (20 overs)
Brady City 132/2 (17.4 overs)

MATCH EIGHT
Brady City 152/7 (20 overs)
Chad City 155/4 (18.5 overs)

MATCH NINE
Chad City 119/9 (20 overs)
Hendricks City 120/5 (15 overs)

MATCH TEN
Vogler City 188/5 (20 overs)
Hendricks City 189/3 (19 overs)

CHALLENGE A FINAL
Forden 125/6 (20 overs)
Hendricks City 126/1 (15.2 overs)

2013 Challenge B
MATCH ONE
Palerma 96 (18.4 overs)
Romanopolis 97/4 (17.1 overs)

MATCH TWO
Romanopolis 153/7 (20 overs)
Johnho 157/3 (20 overs)

MATCH THREE
Johnho 168/7 (20 overs)
Eau Claire 160/8 (20 overs)

MATCH FOUR
Johnho 206/3 (20 overs)
Bloomer 189/6 (20 overs)

MATCH FIVE
Johnho 150/8 (20 overs)
Darmen City 140/8 (20 overs)

MATCH SIX
Johnho 199/6 (20 overs)
Eric City 135 (18.1 overs)

MATCH SEVEN
Johnho 111 (19.2 overs)
Sterling City 115/7 (19.3 overs)

MATCH EIGHT
Sterling City 98/9 (20 overs)
Bryxen City 99/0 (12.5 overs)

CHALLENGE B FINAL
Scott City 73 (17 overs)
Bryxen City 78/0 (8.3 overs)

SEEDING MATCH
Hendricks City 137/6 (20 overs)
Bryxen City 132/6 (20 overs)

With the 2014 season still several months off, a special Challenge Tournament was held. With 11 new teams joining the top level of domestic cricket in Darmen next season, 22 teams set their sights on the two spots available. Hendricks City caught up to Vogler City in the last match before the Challenge A Final, and then went on to defeat Forden by a single run, following excellent batting. Forden wasn't helped by the fact that their best bowler, Matthew Johnson, was injured.

In the Challenge B, Bryxen City rampaged through the final match before the Final, holding Sterling City to just 98 runs. They only needed 12.5 overs to surpass that mark, while protecting the wicket superbly. In the Final, they were even more impressive, holding Scott City to just 73 runs. They only needed 8.3 overs to hit 78, while once again protecting the wicket superbly. Derry Woods made a strong case to be included in the starting XI on the National Team, scoring 46 of the teams 78 runs, and hitting the match winning six that sent the crowd into a frenzy.

Hendricks City and Bryxen City met in the Seeding Final to determine positioning in the Champions Twenty20. Bryxen City's batters were reminded once again what wickets were like. In the end, Bryxen City weren't able to catch up to Hendricks City, needing a six on the final ball, and only getting a dot ball. Hendricks City and Bryxen City will represent Darmen at the 2nd Champions Twenty20.
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