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Postby andy » Fri Jun 29, 2018 6:57 pm

ages until AB and Kane play again :(
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Re: 2018 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby Durhamfootman » Fri Jun 29, 2018 7:01 pm

Kane's playing on Tuesday ;)
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Re: 2018 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby Adi » Mon Jul 02, 2018 5:41 pm

Virat scores 9 runs in 2 matches. Worst has passed.
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Re: 2018 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby The Professor » Fri Jul 06, 2018 7:38 am

Going for another Friday update today.

Busy weekend ahead.

Lots of points racked up this week.
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Re: 2018 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby The Professor » Fri Jul 06, 2018 4:57 pm

It is always a pleasure to have a different name as Cricketer of the Week and, whilst it is not a debut appearance, Aaron Finch's top spot is a welcome break from the dominance of Messrs Harmer, Khan and Patel. It will come as a surprise to nobody that Finch's record-breaking week sees him top the charts with an extraordinary 433 points. Over and above his world beating 172 against Zimbabwe he also got 68* against the sterner opposition of Pakistan so he was always a strong favourite . Once you add this to sparkling strike rates in both these performances it all adds up to a week of dominance from the Aussie batsman. It has been a year of three thirds for the Victorian. He started the year with a series of dominant performances in the Sheffield Shield for Victoria before going AWOL for the first three quarters of the IPL. This could be the beginning of a spell of world class form for the batsman that could see him become a real force in time for the World Cup next year. His performance this week sees him rocket up the overall table and seems him take his place back in the top ten again. He has now overleaped such cricketing luminaries as AB De Villiers, Virat Kohli and Joe Root to seal his position in seventh place.

Finch is not the only player to rise higher than a Donald Trump blimp in the overall table this week; Jofra Archer has taken his opportunity to build up form with the Sussex 2nd XI with two games in a day against Kent 2nd XI. This would have boosted his match fitness and led to the impressive 3/24 plus 24 runs in his first T20 Blast game against Essex. Overall the young English player has got eight wickets this week. We are used to praising Simon Harmer and Jeetan Patel for their domestic form but as we move into a period of short form domestic cricket, I fully expect Archer to draw the plaudits going forward. The lower-middle half of the table is so tightly packed that Archer's weekly score of 295 has seen him rise 6 places to 13th. With the three players in front of him (JP Duminy, Nathan Lyon and JP Duminy) all currently inactive, a busy spell in the T20 Blast could see Archer force his way to his highest position all year.

It has been a disappointing week for our three Cricketing mercenaries who have taken refuge in Canada. Whilst Sunil Narine's 201 seems a decent score, a majority of points are picked up from economy and strike rate points with the West Indian bagging just two wickets and 71 runs from his three games this week. It still seems a mystery to me how a player that performs so explosively in the IPL fails to replicate this form in other T20 competitions around the world. When it comes to the other two more high profile players, it seems to be a battle between the two Australian outcasts who can show the most penance for their actions through performing as badly as humanly possible. This week it was David Warner who seemed to do better than his former captain, claiming 72 points - but with only 12 of these coming from the bat his returns seem far from emphatic. It seems a suitable point to mention that he was having a far from explosive year even before this ban. On the week before Sandpaper gate, the batsman was in a lowly 17th place. Steve Smith followed up his impressive 61 against Vancouver with scores of 10 and 3 to claim just 13 points overall for the week. Warner has just about scored enough to overtake Smith in the overall table but to say that this lacklustre tournament is producing lacklustre performances is something of an understatement.

I am not usually one to dwell on disappointment, I usually leave that to my girlfriend, however the tussle between the two batting captains, Root and Kohli, has turned into more of a bottle than a battle. After Kohli scored just 9 against Ireland and 20 in the first game against England, Root saw his counterparts ineptitude and matched it with a duck in the same game. Not many would have expected the two players to finish the week lower placed than they started but due to their damp squibs and Finch's pyrotechnics both players dropped a place in the overall league. It goes without saying that Kohli would have been the happier of the two as he draws himself to within 15 points of overtaking Root just before the second T20 this evening.



Week

Aaron Finch - 433
Jofra Archer- 295
Sunil Narine - 201
Jos Buttler - 119
Shakib Al Hasan - 132
Jeetan Patel - 100
David Warner - 72
Virat Kohli- 59
Rashid Khan - 50
Simon Harmer - 23
Steve Smith - 13
Joe Root - 0
Ravi Ashwin - dnp
Hashim Amla- dnp
George Bailey - dnp
Quinton De Kock- dnp
AB De Villiers- dnp
JP Duminy - dnp
Dean Elgar - dnp
Ravi Jadeja - dnp
Nathan Lyon - dnp
Mitchell Marsh - dnp
Shaun Marsh - dnp
Kane Williamson - dnp

Overall

Simon Harmer - 4145
Jeetan Patel - 3475
Rashid Khan - 3392
Jos Buttler - 3040
Sunil Narine- 2818
Kane Williamson -2405
Aaron Finch - 2303
Joe Root - 2245
Virat Kohli- 2230
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Nathan Lyon - 1833
JP Duminy - 1737
Jofra Archer - 1704
Ravi Ashwin - 1588
Shakib Al Hasan - 1571
Hashim Amla - 1524
Shaun Marsh- 1498
Dean Elgar- 1484
Mitchell Marsh - 1425
Quinton de Kock - 1292
Ravi Jadeja - 1201
David Warner - 824
Steve Smith - 799
George Bailey - 631

Headlines

Doctor Cricket gets the second highest weekly score of the year.

Narine inspires The Professor to push for third.

Ian leads the way at the bottom of the pack.

Week

DC - 728
The Professor- 201
Ian - 132
DFM - 123
Rich - 119
Red Devil - 72
Adi - 59
GG-AS - 50
Arthur - 13
Andy - 0
FTS - 0
RDJ - 0

Overall

DFM - 7620
GG-AS - 5637
Rich - 4628
The Professor - 4555
Andy - 4415
Dr Cricket - 3997
Adi - 3754
FTS - 3306
Ian - 2872
Red Devil Jr - 2717
Red Devil - 2322
Arthur - 1443
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Re: 2018 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby Adi » Sat Jul 07, 2018 7:19 am

Virat finally playing a long series. Amla too starts the series with a warmup today.
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Re: 2018 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby Durhamfootman » Mon Jul 09, 2018 10:03 pm

congrats on spotting the 2nds turnout for Jeets, Prof. I was scratching my head trying to work out where the extra 80 points had come from

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Re: 2018 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby Durhamfootman » Mon Jul 09, 2018 10:05 pm

I think this part of the season is going to be a pretty lean time for my boys
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Re: 2018 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby Durhamfootman » Sat Jul 14, 2018 1:11 am

pretty thin fare from my boys, despite having 3 matches each
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Re: 2018 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby The Professor » Sat Jul 14, 2018 5:04 pm

It must be difficult for a natural record breaker such as Aaron Finch to be the second person to do something or the seventh best at something but this week he is the second player after Shakib Al Hasan back in January to score back to Cricketer of the Week accolades largely due to the seventh highest T20 Blast score in the history of the competition. His 131 for Surrey put the icing on the cake of what was already a week where he had ended the tri-series with 47 against Pakistan before joining up with Surrey and getting 58 in his first match against Essex. It really has been an excellent Summer for the Victorian with his average since the first of June at a heady 70.7. His strike rate is almost as impressive as his high number of runs. This week alone his three totals came at strike rates of 174, 175 and 166. He continues to rise up the overall table and has this week leapfrogged the long dormant Kane Williamson to claim sixth place.

Using these head to head battles has added a further element of competition to this overall contest - however the comparison between Joe Root and Virat Kohli has been as one side as the Titanic in the last week. Root's Summer continues to be drab and dreary - this week his 22 points is his lowest ever score from a week where he has been active. This has been coupled with his omission from the England squad for the final T20 match. Compare this to the Indian captain who used this week as a springboard to turn his fortunes around with 265 points and a second place finish in the weekly table. He has coupled 122 runs with decent strike rates and fielding contributions to put together his most effective week in England in recent memory. From an Indian perspective there will be a huge sense of anticipation that the two players form will remain the same as the Test series approaches. Overall Kohli has overtaken both Williamson and Root and put himself into seventh place and now has a 228 point lead over his English opponent.

The Summer Test series are very much starting to swing into play - which sees a number of our list returning to action after periods away from point scoring however four of these players have been rather humiliated on their return to the biggest stage. Our three South African candidates Hashim Amla, Quinton de Kock and Dean Elgar were rather humbled by Sri Lanka in a match that finished somewhat prematurely this morning. Whilst Amla's weekly score looks the most decent of the trio, a majority of his runs came courtesy of a score of 78 versus a Sri Lanka Board XI and just 15 from the Test. Quinton De Kock's poor run of form that dates back to the IPL continues as his return from nine absent weeks yielded a mere 15 runs across four innings. Not much better was Shakib Al Hasan's showing in Bangladesh's loss to the West Indies. He contributed 12 runs and 2 wickets as his team were rolled over in an innings defeat. Both of these teams and their players will hope for better in their off season tours.

The tournament is over for two of the three players who have been plying their trade in Canada over the last few weeks. Sunil Narine's Montreal Tigers and Steve Smith's Toronto Nationals have been eliminated with only David Warner's Winnipeg Hawks facing the prospect of a further two games if they can reach the final in today's last qualifier. Inarguably it is the West Indian spinner who has impressed the most of the trio. Despite his team's early exit the player has accrued 357 points over the tournament. Despite David Warner's tepid start, a good week this week has seen both he and Smith get 259 to this point in the competition - however Warner will swell this total due to his continued participation. It will be Warner who feels most pleased out of the two disgraced Australians as he breaks the 1000 point mark for the year and puts himself in contention to overtake Ravi Jadeja when he joins up with the St Lucia Stars.

Naturally we need to mention Simon Harmer, Jeetan Patel and Rashid Khan at least once in these posts. As predicted Harmer and Patel are struggling in the T20 Blast due to both these players preferring the longer form of the game. What is perhaps more of a surprise is Rashid Khan, something of a T20 Golgotha, taking to the tournament like a duck to hoisin sauce. It is something of a surprise to me that a man who is so destructive in the Big Bash League and the IPL would struggle in the more pedestrian standards of the T20 Blast. This week he got a measly three wickets from his three games. Over and above this his economy rates have been shockingly high for a man who, on the international stage, is usually the king of the Maiden. Sussex will not mind whilst they are near the top of the table but they will want their superstar acquisition to start playing in a more super way if they have a chance of winning the tournament.

Week

Aaron Finch - 386
Virat Kohli - 265
Ravi Ashwin - 202
David Warner - 187
Jos Buttler - 181
Sunil Narine- 156
Steve Smith- 153
Hashim Amla - 143
Jofra Archer - 129
Dean Elgar- 110
Simon Harmer - 105
Shakib Al Hassan - 102
Quinton De Kock- 95
Rashid Khan - 71
Jeetan Patel - 47
Joe Root - 22
George Bailey - dnp
AB De Villiers- dnp
JP Duminy- dnp
Ravi Jadeja- dnp
Nathan Lyon - dnp
Mitchell Marsh- dnp
Shaun Marsh - dnp
Kane Williamson - dnp

Overall

Simon Harmer - 4250
Jeetan Patel - 3522
Rashid Khan - 3463
Jos Buttler - 3221
Sunil Narine- 2974
Aaron Finch - 2689
Virat Kohli- 2495
Kane Williamson -2405
Joe Root - 2267
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Jofra Archer - 1833
Nathan Lyon - 1833
Ravi Ashwin - 1790
JP Duminy - 1737
Shakib Al Hasan - 1673
Hashim Amla - 1667
Dean Elgar- 1594
Shaun Marsh- 1498
Mitchell Marsh - 1425
Quinton de Kock - 1387
Ravi Jadeja - 1201
David Warner - 1011
Steve Smith - 965
George Bailey - 631

Headlines

Another great week for Archer and Finch sees DC move further up into fourth position.

Rich opens gap back up between third and fourth.

Week

DC - 515
Adi - 408
Rich - 383
RD - 187
The Professor- 156
Arthur - 153
DFM - 152
FTS - 110
Ian - 102
RDJ - 95
GG-AS - 93
Andy - 0

Overall

DFM - 7772
GG-AS - 5730
Rich - 5011
The Professor - 4711
Dr Cricket - 4512
Andy - 4415

Adi - 4162
FTS - 3427
Ian - 2974
Red Devil Jr - 2812
Red Devil - 2509
Arthur - 1596
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Re: 2018 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby Arthur Crabtree » Sat Jul 14, 2018 5:45 pm

Can't believe I'm half way up (or down) this week.
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Re: 2018 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby Durhamfootman » Sat Jul 14, 2018 8:12 pm

Arthur Crabtree wrote:Can't believe I'm half way up (or down) this week.

more points than me, this week

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Re: 2018 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby GG - Amir Sohail » Sun Jul 15, 2018 4:54 pm

Big points for Root and Shakib coming up.
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Re: 2018 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby The Professor » Sun Jul 22, 2018 4:41 pm

Using a single week of this Summer as a springboard for future success has proved something of a difficult thing for anyone. Last week I said that Virat Kohli's dominance of Joe Root was something of an embarrassment and that the Indian captain's 265 could be a sign of big things to come. Fast forward seven days and it is Joe Root who sits top of the tree after executing a 268 point swing that saw the England Test captain overtake both his Indian counterpart and Aaron Finch and move into sixth place. It has been a disappointing year for Root and one week does not redress that but if Adil Rashid's career can turn on one ball then the infinitely more talented Root can change his year in one week. Something I used to talk about fairly regularly at the beginning of these posts was the fact that these points could prove a barometer for who really was the best young batting captain out of Root, Kohli, Williamson and Smith. With Smith having been knocked out of the equation it is interesting that, with over half the year gone and despite the relatively poor form he has been in, it is Root who sits above his two rivals . With the hoodoo of not being able to convert fifties into centuries seemingly broken and a decent T20 Blast game to boost his confidence, this Summer could be the chance for him to underline that supremacy in permanent marker.

The long awaited return of Kane Williamson has been something of an anti-climax. Having been absent from cricket since the IPL final six weeks ago, his return to Yorkshire has been anticipated by fans of the White Rose, New Zealanders and Williamson alike. His yield of just six points from the truncated T20 Blast game against Lancashire will not have been the display that anyone desired but the Kiwi's visits to God's country are often fruitful and he will be hopeful of keeping up with the pace in the top ten whilst aiming to boost his side up the Division One Table. For one four-day game he will join up with Cricketer of the Week Joe Root in what is a tantalising advert for the English county game.

Following two weeks of impeccable form that saw him top the Weekly tables for a fortnight, Aaron Finch was finally beaten.....by rain. In the abandoned game against Kent, the Surrey batsman posted 83 off 38 balls - enough to give him at least 143 points, keep his lead on Joe Root and continue a very strong month for the Victorian but, as the rain washed out the Spitfire ground so too did it wash away Finch's chance of continued domination. This does not diminish Finch's achievements. If you include the abandoned 83 from Thursday, Finch has scored 662 runs at a strike rate of 95 in his nine matches since the end of the IPL. With games against Somerset, Glamorgan and Middlesex forthcoming Finch will be itching to get bat in hand again to ensure his hot streak continues.

Finch was the first back to back winner of the best Cricketer of the Week award since Shakib Al Hasan did it in January - but since then the Bangladesh captain has been rather subdued ...until this week. Despite West Indies humiliating crushing of his national side, the captain can feel very proud of his contributions in the second Test with figures of 6/33 in the second innings and a combined total of 86 runs. The 381 points accrued by the Magura born man are his highest achieved in 2018. It also sees him the biggest mover of the week on the overall table - rising to eleventh from fourteenth.

Would there be any more fitting an end to Smith and Warner's foray into Canadian cricket than the two exiled Australians having gained no further ground on each other and scoring the exact same points? Last week I said that Warner would be the narrow winner due to the fact that his Winnipeg Hawks team were playing in the final but Warner had the most spectacular zero point game of 2018 to mean that both he and Smith gain 259 points in the competition. This means there is still 46 points between them and that their tournament has comprised of drawing marginally away from George Bailey and marginally towards Ravi Jadeja.

Week

Joe Root - 424
Shakib Al Hasan - 381
Jofra Archer - 381
Virat Kohli- 156
Jos Buttler - 80
Jeetan Patel - 60
Simon Harmer - 48
Ravi Ashwin - 30
Kane Williamson - 6
David Warner - 0
Hashim Amla- dnp
George Bailey - dnp
Quinton de Kock- dnp
AB De Villiers- dnp
JP Duminy- dnp
Dean Elgar - dnp
Aaron Finch- dnp
Ravi Jadej - dnp
Rashid Khan - dnp
Nathan Lyon - dnp
Mitchell Marsh- dnp
Shaun Marsh - dnp
Sunil Narine - dnp
Steve Smith - dnp


Overall

Simon Harmer - 4298
Jeetan Patel - 3582
Rashid Khan - 3463
Jos Buttler - 3301
Sunil Narine- 2974
Joe Root - 2691
Aaron Finch - 2689
Virat Kohli- 2651
Kane Williamson -2411
Jofra Archer - 2214
Shakib Al Hasan - 2054
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Nathan Lyon - 1833
Ravi Ashwin - 1820
JP Duminy - 1737
Hashim Amla - 1667
Dean Elgar- 1594
Shaun Marsh- 1498
Mitchell Marsh - 1425
Quinton de Kock - 1387
Ravi Jadeja - 1201
David Warner - 1011
Steve Smith - 965
George Bailey - 631

Headlines

Despite Finch's omission, DC moves into 4th.

DC and Ian finish on identical scores thanks to Archer and Shakib.

Arthur back to 0

Week

GG-AS - 424
DC - 381
Ian - 381
Adi - 156
Rich - 110
DFM - 108
Andy - 6
Arthur - 0
FTS - 0
RDJ - 0
RD - 0

Overall

DFM - 7880
GG-AS - 6154
Rich - 5121
Dr Cricket - 4893
The Professor - 4711
Andy - 4421
Adi - 4318
FTS - 3427
Ian - 3355
Red Devil Jr - 2812
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Re: 2018 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby andy » Sun Jul 22, 2018 6:01 pm

id really rather yorkshire didnt push willamson down the order loL!
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