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Re: Stanley Cricket Association

Postby happyhawk » Thu Oct 10, 2019 2:56 pm

Arry Gablett wrote:Andrew Mitchell a likely nclusion at the ERCCA


Andrew Mitchell the best cricketer to play in the Stanley over the last 20 years. Would easily have more hundreds than anyone else in that time besides perhaps Paul Meyer. Bowled a heavy ball back in the day too. Hits sixes over long off for fun.
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Re: Stanley Cricket Association

Postby whufc » Thu Oct 10, 2019 4:51 pm

happyhawk wrote:
Arry Gablett wrote:Andrew Mitchell a likely nclusion at the ERCCA


Andrew Mitchell the best cricketer to play in the Stanley over the last 20 years. Would easily have more hundreds than anyone else in that time besides perhaps Paul Meyer. Bowled a heavy ball back in the day too. Hits sixes over long off for fun.


My first game in the comp was against him

Hit 22 of the first over, hit a 100 and I was like WOW!!!
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Re: Stanley Cricket Association

Postby whufc » Fri Oct 18, 2019 6:38 am

Sevenhill will be playing in the Country T20 competition this year. Apparently the first round of games will be held at Sevenhill.

Should be a great day.
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Re: Stanley Cricket Association

Postby OnSong » Fri Oct 18, 2019 9:53 am

happyhawk wrote:
Arry Gablett wrote:Andrew Mitchell a likely nclusion at the ERCCA


Andrew Mitchell the best cricketer to play in the Stanley over the last 20 years. Would easily have more hundreds than anyone else in that time besides perhaps Paul Meyer. Bowled a heavy ball back in the day too. Hits sixes over long off for fun.

Not doubting Mitchell's talent but Paul Meyer's record would surely far outweigh Mitchell's. That said, Meyer has batted on the lightning Brinky outfield for half his matches :lol:

I'd throw Ryan Darling's name into that equation too.
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Re: Stanley Cricket Association

Postby whufc » Fri Oct 18, 2019 12:25 pm

OnSong wrote:
happyhawk wrote:
Arry Gablett wrote:Andrew Mitchell a likely nclusion at the ERCCA


Andrew Mitchell the best cricketer to play in the Stanley over the last 20 years. Would easily have more hundreds than anyone else in that time besides perhaps Paul Meyer. Bowled a heavy ball back in the day too. Hits sixes over long off for fun.

Not doubting Mitchell's talent but Paul Meyer's record would surely far outweigh Mitchell's. That said, Meyer has batted on the lightning Brinky outfield for half his matches :lol:

I'd throw Ryan Darling's name into that equation too.


Whispers circulating Ryan Darling maybe one of Blyths recruits this year. I've never seen him bat but heard plenty.

I've only been the comp for a couple of years but did Cat ever bat higher up the order in his younger days or has he always been a 6-7.
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Re: Stanley Cricket Association

Postby Spangas » Fri Oct 18, 2019 12:34 pm

OnSong wrote:
happyhawk wrote:
Arry Gablett wrote:Andrew Mitchell a likely nclusion at the ERCCA


Andrew Mitchell the best cricketer to play in the Stanley over the last 20 years. Would easily have more hundreds than anyone else in that time besides perhaps Paul Meyer. Bowled a heavy ball back in the day too. Hits sixes over long off for fun.

Not doubting Mitchell's talent but Paul Meyer's record would surely far outweigh Mitchell's. That said, Meyer has batted on the lightning Brinky outfield for half his matches :lol:

I'd throw Ryan Darling's name into that equation too.

Has always been more than handy.
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Re: Stanley Cricket Association

Postby happyhawk » Fri Oct 18, 2019 11:34 pm

OnSong wrote:
happyhawk wrote:
Arry Gablett wrote:Andrew Mitchell a likely nclusion at the ERCCA


Andrew Mitchell the best cricketer to play in the Stanley over the last 20 years. Would easily have more hundreds than anyone else in that time besides perhaps Paul Meyer. Bowled a heavy ball back in the day too. Hits sixes over long off for fun.

Not doubting Mitchell's talent but Paul Meyer's record would surely far outweigh Mitchell's. That said, Meyer has batted on the lightning Brinky outfield for half his matches :lol:

I'd throw Ryan Darling's name into that equation too.


A top 10 batsman and bowlers in the comp for the last 10 years would be an interesting debate
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Re: Stanley Cricket Association

Postby whufc » Sat Oct 19, 2019 8:40 am

I can only speak on the last two years but I would have

Scheepers
Fielding
Steddall
Mitchell
T. McPharlin
Dopson
Kuerschner
Jones
Moller
Steele
Taylor
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Re: Stanley Cricket Association

Postby OnSong » Sat Oct 19, 2019 9:17 am

whufc wrote:I can only speak on the last two years but I would have

Scheepers
Fielding
Steddall
Mitchell
T. McPharlin
Dopson
Kuerschner
Jones
Moller
Steele
Taylor

Paul Meyer would be the first name on the batting list. But in no particular order across the past decade.

Top 10 batsmen:
P Meyer (BK)
T McPharlin (LN)
M Vandeleur (CC)
R Darling (LN)
R McPharlin (LN)
S Stedall (CC)
A Mitchell (Aub-Mint)
K Steele (BK/Sevenhill)
M Dopson (Sevenhill)
B Smith (Watervale)

Top 10 bowlers:
J Taylor (LN)
B Jones (LP/LN)
S Helbig (Watervale)
C Marshall (LN)
M Higgs (LN)
R Darling (LN)
B Whiting (BK)
M Inglis (Sevenhill)
I Moller (BK)
B Barton (CC)
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Re: Stanley Cricket Association

Postby whufc » Sat Oct 19, 2019 1:26 pm

Yeah I was only going off the performances and the roles they play in the two years I’ve been up here.

No doubt cat is in your top 10

Did helbig use to be decent, hasn’t done much in my two years and bowls off a couple of steps

Just had a look I’ve had 33 wickets at 18 with an economy 3.2

I’ll force my way into your next side
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Re: Stanley Cricket Association

Postby happyhawk » Mon Oct 21, 2019 6:42 am

Meyer
Mitchell
Vandeleur
Norman
Mcpharlin
A.Moller
Stedall
Darling
Seymon
Rowland

Bowlers
Jones
Higgs
Marshall
Cowan
Prince
Taylor
Seymon
Vandeleur
Moller
Sandow
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Re: Stanley Cricket Association

Postby whufc » Mon Oct 21, 2019 7:31 am

happyhawk wrote:Meyer
Mitchell
Vandeleur
Norman
Mcpharlin
A.Moller
Stedall
Darling
Seymon
Rowland

Bowlers
Jones
Higgs
Marshall
Cowan
Prince
Taylor
Seymon
Vandeleur
Moller
Sandow


I cant believe i forgot Rowland, the Buffalo Bradman.

Since i've been in the comp his scores against Sevenhill in the 3 times we have played him are:

108 not out
76
62
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Re: Stanley Cricket Association

Postby whufc » Mon Oct 28, 2019 7:17 am

Watervale caused a big upset in round 1 beating Sevenhill.

We dropped 7 catches with probably 5 of them very catchable. You cant drop that many catches against any side and expect to win.

Tyson Webb batted real well and guided Watervale to a very solid score.

We were in the run chase right up until the 40th over but just didnt have enough hitting power at the end.
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Re: Stanley Cricket Association

Postby whufc » Sun Nov 03, 2019 4:27 pm

Sevenhill win in an absolute beauty low scoring game

Nine down 12 runs left chasing 108 the seahorses got across the line
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Re: Stanley Cricket Association

Postby Angler » Wed Nov 13, 2019 5:14 pm

Interesting to see Clare forfeit both grades last Saturday..
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Re: Stanley Cricket Association

Postby whufc » Thu Nov 14, 2019 8:19 am

Angler wrote:Interesting to see Clare forfeit both grades last Saturday..


Yeah, baffled they cant find 11 blokes in the entire town of Clare to fill one side.

To be brutally honest they have been a shambles in the two years i have been up here. I'm surprised they have managed to hold onto their juniors.

Not long until Stanley has to merge with another comp.
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Re: Stanley Cricket Association

Postby Angler » Thu Nov 14, 2019 8:48 am

Agree whufc.

The logical thing to do would be to invite Burra and Spalding/Boob to join Stanley and then the Rocky River comp to join with the Northern Areas comp. That way it would basically emulate the NEFL and the NAFA in the footy, and reduce travel for Burra & Spalding/Boob.
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Re: Stanley Cricket Association

Postby Angler » Thu Nov 14, 2019 8:50 am

Also Burra & Spalding/Boob already compete in the Stanley colts competition. So to me it’s a no brainer.
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Re: Stanley Cricket Association

Postby OnSong » Thu Nov 14, 2019 9:58 am

Angler wrote:Agree whufc.

The logical thing to do would be to invite Burra and Spalding/Boob to join Stanley and then the Rocky River comp to join with the Northern Areas comp. That way it would basically emulate the NEFL and the NAFA in the footy, and reduce travel for Burra & Spalding/Boob.

Apparently Redhill on the brink anyway in a 4-team comp.

Redhill to Brinky, you'd get two senior sides then.

Clare will only field one senior side this season, in the A1s. There's no way they'll have an A2s.
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Re: Stanley Cricket Association

Postby OnSong » Thu Nov 14, 2019 10:00 am

The whole senior situation is a genuine concern though.

Funding is being pumped into female cricket, that's all well and good, I have two young daughters who may want to pay one day, but for large towns like Two Wells and Clare to be fumbling for a senior men's cricket side, Australia's national game in the summer, is farcical.
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