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Re: ASCA 2013/14.

Postby woodublieve12 » Sat Jan 11, 2014 9:16 pm

Doggies knock of wyc!!! Awesome stuff lads...
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Re: ASCA 2013/14.

Postby CoverKing » Sun Jan 12, 2014 8:11 am

Great news for the wyc lads...last time we lost to plympton we won the flag! Giggity
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Re: ASCA 2013/14.

Postby wycbloods » Sun Jan 12, 2014 1:35 pm

CoverKing wrote:Great news for the wyc lads...last time we lost to plympton we won the flag! Giggity


Cove won last year and Plympton beat us last year. You're wrong.
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Re: ASCA 2013/14.

Postby boozers » Sun Jan 12, 2014 2:20 pm

CoverKing wrote:Great news for the wyc lads...last time we lost to plympton we won the flag! Giggity


Goose! haha
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Re: ASCA 2013/14.

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Re: ASCA 2013/14.

Postby wycbloods » Tue Jan 28, 2014 9:16 am

The top 4 looks to be a race between Cove, South Rd, Sheidow Pk, WYC and Coro.

Coro keeping their chances alive with 2 outrights in the last few rounds.

Keswick are still a slight chance but would need at least one outright it would seem to get a spot.
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Re: ASCA 2013/14.

Postby bazza1 » Fri Jan 31, 2014 10:31 am

Grade cricket in the C and D grade has been called off already.
Should the ASCA do the same?
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Re: ASCA 2013/14.

Postby heater31 » Fri Jan 31, 2014 10:56 am

bazza1 wrote:Grade cricket in the C and D grade has been called off already.
Should the ASCA do the same?


Got a media release from SACA? I can't see anything on the website...
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Re: ASCA 2013/14.

Postby Off The Wall » Fri Jan 31, 2014 11:05 am

heater31 wrote:
bazza1 wrote:Grade cricket in the C and D grade has been called off already.
Should the ASCA do the same?


Got a media release from SACA? I can't see anything on the website...

http://www.cricketsa.com.au/content.aspx?p=449
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Re: ASCA 2013/14.

Postby heater31 » Fri Jan 31, 2014 11:14 am

Off The Wall wrote:
heater31 wrote:
bazza1 wrote:Grade cricket in the C and D grade has been called off already.
Should the ASCA do the same?


Got a media release from SACA? I can't see anything on the website...

http://www.cricketsa.com.au/content.aspx?p=449



Thanks bloody SACA never make it easy for you.....
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Re: ASCA 2013/14.

Postby woodublieve12 » Fri Jan 31, 2014 12:08 pm

toughen up... Back in my day we used to play through the heat... It's a summer sport...
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Re: ASCA 2013/14.

Postby Jabber » Fri Jan 31, 2014 2:47 pm

woodublieve12 wrote:toughen up... Back in my day we used to play through the heat... It's a summer sport...


F... off WUB, i wanna go to the pub!!
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Re: ASCA 2013/14.

Postby Amateur Footy » Mon Feb 03, 2014 10:39 pm

Based on the forecast this could be the first ever game called off completely for heat. Since it's a one dayer and therefore all fair if both innings on the same day should we be playing?
Ramblers vs Coro not being played in a season doesn't seem right. We would like to win the Benson Magarey Cup of the A Grade result than only the efforts of the C and D grade lads ;)
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Re: ASCA 2013/14.

Postby Keefy » Tue Feb 04, 2014 9:39 am

Amateur Footy wrote:Based on the forecast this could be the first ever game called off completely for heat. Since it's a one dayer and therefore all fair if both innings on the same day should we be playing?
Ramblers vs Coro not being played in a season doesn't seem right. We would like to win the Benson Magarey Cup of the A Grade result than only the efforts of the C and D grade lads ;)


Ahem, that would be B grade thank you very much young man
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Re: ASCA 2013/14.

Postby Madrooster » Tue Feb 04, 2014 1:28 pm

This weekend is the David Lee Memorial game between Morphy Parks and WYC - anyone who knew David (General or Sleazy as he was also known) is welcome back at Morphy's on Sat night - BBQ dinner available, DJ and some raffles to try to raise some money for beyond blue. The first two have been great nights and from the sounds of things this one will be no different.
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Re: ASCA 2013/14.

Postby storyoftheyear » Tue Feb 04, 2014 1:48 pm

In reference to AF's post, couldnt agree more. Also we had a scratch match up at Hewett Oval last Saturday when it was forecast at 42... it was nowhere near that temperature and we had two full sides playing in what were relatively comfortable conditions.

AF, if it does get called off we should still have a Magarey Benson decider on Saturday! Or at least some sort of competitive derby match.

Imagine if this was day 2 of the GF and the first day had been called off due to heat also.

It would also be a great shame if the David Lee memorial game was called off (with the temps we have been having lately 40 degrees is nothing).
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Re: ASCA 2013/14.

Postby Amateur Footy » Wed Feb 05, 2014 9:33 am

Keefy wrote:
Amateur Footy wrote:Based on the forecast this could be the first ever game called off completely for heat. Since it's a one dayer and therefore all fair if both innings on the same day should we be playing?
Ramblers vs Coro not being played in a season doesn't seem right. We would like to win the Benson Magarey Cup of the A Grade result than only the efforts of the C and D grade lads ;)


Ahem, that would be B grade thank you very much young man


Our B Grade, Coro's C Grade? Kind of an unfair advantage that.

Yes I think we will manage to get a game up this weekend if it's officially called off. If not everyone from A grade can play I'm sure a couple of our Bs would fill the void no problem.
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Re: ASCA 2013/14.

Postby Moe » Wed Feb 05, 2014 6:09 pm

Madrooster wrote:This weekend is the David Lee Memorial game between Morphy Parks and WYC - anyone who knew David (General or Sleazy as he was also known) is welcome back at Morphy's on Sat night - BBQ dinner available, DJ and some raffles to try to raise some money for beyond blue. The first two have been great nights and from the sounds of things this one will be no different.

I understand that if the game is cancelled due to heat both the MPCC & WYC have agreed to play an exhibitional T20 match instead for the David Lee Shield.
Whoever came up with the idea is a bloody legend!
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Re: ASCA 2013/14.

Postby wycbloods » Thu Feb 06, 2014 8:54 am

storyoftheyear wrote:In reference to AF's post, couldnt agree more. Also we had a scratch match up at Hewett Oval last Saturday when it was forecast at 42... it was nowhere near that temperature and we had two full sides playing in what were relatively comfortable conditions.

AF, if it does get called off we should still have a Magarey Benson decider on Saturday! Or at least some sort of competitive derby match.

Imagine if this was day 2 of the GF and the first day had been called off due to heat also.

It would also be a great shame if the David Lee memorial game was called off (with the temps we have been having lately 40 degrees is nothing).


I can tell you that it felt much worse than the 43 degrees it reached on Saturday when we left the pub on saturday afternoon about 3:30. Wouldn't have been pleasant playing in that.

Blackwood probably would've been a bit cooler no doubt.
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Re: ASCA 2013/14.

Postby Bluedemon » Thu Feb 06, 2014 2:48 pm

is their a heat policy in the ASCA?
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