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Re: 2019 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby Durhamfootman » Sat Feb 09, 2019 9:12 pm

cheers Prof

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Re: 2019 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby The Professor » Wed Feb 13, 2019 8:59 am

No Harmer today either
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Re: 2019 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby The Professor » Sat Feb 16, 2019 2:19 pm

In amongst the quagmire that is Australian cricket, the best performing player thus far in 2019 is outside the Test fraternity. Glenn Maxwell sees himself back in the top five weekly scores for the third time - this time he takes top spot. His richest vein of form couldn't have come at a better time as scores of 82 and 43 see him as the top Cricketer of the Week, take second place in our overall league and also ushers his Melbourne Stars team through to the BBL final. It has been feast or famine for Maxwell in this year's competition. Since his return from ODI duty with his national side he has played 6 BBL games. In three of these games he averaged 62 - in the other three he averaged 5. This is brought to bear in the tally of run scorers throughout the competition. Despite his name being in the headlines very regularly, he is only the 15th highest run scorer with an average of 36.66 - even Callum Ferguson, who finds himself six places below Maxwell on our overall table, has scored more runs across the competition. Undoubtably these marquee moments have helped his team to the final - but it is consistency that counts in our ranking - and one feels that Maxwell's second place berth may be short lived.

On the balance of things, England cannot be overly disappointed that they finish Week 7 with the second, third and joint fourth best Cricketers of the Week. The fact that it came in a dead rubber at the end of a series where England's performances have been utterly underwhelming is slightly annoying. Ben Stokes has been, as ever, the diamond in the rough. After performing better than his colleagues when his team was playing poorly, he has continued to outperform as they improved. His 247 points this week is, obviously, his best score of 2019 and sees him leap up the table to claim third spot in the overall league. This is well justified - in a series where England have been inconsistent at best, he has stood out. This week Joe Root and Jos Buttler join him in the top four. They both contributed to this dead rubber victory but their positioning in the overall rankings underlines their inconsistency. Joe Root is currently 6th overall but if you remove the 237 he racked up against the West Indies President's XI, he would be a lowly thirteenth place. Thirteenth is the position that Jos Buttler finds himself in. An absolute Test revelation in 2018, weekly scores averaging 61 in the four weeks he has featured are below par. In what has been dubbed the biggest year for English cricket - there is a lot of hard work to put in.

When comparing last year with this, another name we must consider is Kane Williamson. Williamson was underwhelming anodyne in 2018. He spent the vast majority of the year flitting around the lower end of the top ten of the overall rankings before finishing in ninth place. This year he has sprung out of the traps much brighter and has scored in triple figures in all but one of the weeks he has participated in. This sees him in fourth place of the overall league and a clear 214 points better off than this time last year. After a disappointing series against India from a team perspective, Williamson's team have started very well against Bangladesh and this comparatively easier team may feel the wrath of Williamson as he attempts to maintain his positive start to 2019. His haul of 163 points is the largest score he has registered in 2019. If we were to go back to last year he has not reached a score over 150 since the last week of November. With Tests being the favoured format of cricket for Williamson, he must be positively salivating at what he can achieve with three matches on the horizon. Kane's stickability in that top five is all but assured.

Week

Glenn Maxwell - 255
Ben Stokes - 247
Joe Root - 197
Jos Buttler - 163
Kane Williamson - 163
Shreyas Iyer - 120
Rohit Sharma- 58
Kuldeep Yadav - 50
Jonny Bairstow- 32
Shai Hope - 15

Mohammad Abbas - dnp
Shakib Al Hasan - dnp
Joe Burns - dnp
Callum Ferguson- dnp
Shubman Gill - dnp
Simon Harmer - dnp
Rashid Khan - dnp
Virat Kohli- dnp
Jack Leach- dnp
Duanne Olivier - dnp
Jeetan Patel - dnp
Wayne Parnell - dnp

Morne Morkel - ytp
Abdur Razzak - ytp

Overall

Shakib Al Hasan - 1171
Glenn Maxwell - 830
Ben Stokes - 772
Kane Williamson - 711
Rohit Sharma - 697
Joe Root- 615
Kuldeep Yadav - 568
Callum Ferguson - 512
Simon Harmer - 500
Duanne Olivier - 491
Virat Kohli- 444
Rashid Khan - 432
Jos Buttler - 409
Joe Burns - 366
Jonny Bairstow - 342
Shreyas Iyer - 323
Mohammad Abbas - 260
Jeetan Patel - 217
Shai Hope - 189
Shubman Gill - 145
Jack Leach - 65
Wayne Parnell - 52

Morne Morkel - ytp
Abdur Razzak- ytp

Headlines

Lots of zero scores at the end of the table.
Arthur is the biggest mover of the week.

Week

Arthur - 360
RD - 255
DC - 247
SussexPob - 163
The Professor- 120
MIB - 90
Ian - 50
Andy - 15
Alviro - 0
DFM - 0
GG-AS - 0
RDJ - 0

Overall

Andy - 1330
Sussex - 1155
MIB - 1039
Arthur - 1024
DC - 917
RD - 830
DFM - 760
The Professor- 689
Ian - 685
Alviro- 564
GG-AS - 497
RDJ - 491
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Re: 2019 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby Durhamfootman » Sat Feb 16, 2019 6:33 pm

Cheers Prof..... my boys continue to rest themselves up ahead of the county season.

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Re: 2019 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby Arthur Crabtree » Sat Feb 16, 2019 7:32 pm

I came first!

Not happened before.

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Re: 2019 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby The Professor » Sun Feb 24, 2019 2:08 pm

Even in a cricketer's wildest dreams, weeks like Shreyas Iyer's past seven days come rarely. The young Indian has managed to catapult himself up the overall table with the highest score of 2019, propel himself to his inaugural Cricketer of the Week accolade and launch himself into contention for a World Cup spot. We have seen similar bursts of form like this before. Last year, at about this time, Sunil Narine used the Regional Super50 tournament to play two or three one day games a week and cement his place in the top ten. Iyer is doing a similar thing with the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. This week he has scored a phenomenal 296 runs for Mumbai across three games in this tournament, including two centuries. This success has seen him kick start his 2019. At the start of the week, Iyer was just outside the bottom 5 for points overall - he now finds himself just outside the top 5, 30 points off Duanne Olivier. What is even more spectacular about Iyer's performances this week are his strike rates - against Sikkim he reached 147 off 55 balls and in the game versus Madhya Pradesh he got 103 off 55. With this destructive One Day form I can't help but imagine that Iyer will be able to force his way into the squad for England - and what a danger he will be!

I can't help but notice that this year's overall list sees all-rounders take the lead at the end of Week 8. Despite the fact that Shakib Al Hasan has been injured for two weeks he still reigns supreme in the top spot of our overall league. This week Ben Stokes moves into second spot and becomes the second person to pass 1000 points for the year. This week has seen Stokes performing at his Botham-like best. With a cumulative run total of 122 runs and five wickets across three 50 over games, we have seen Stokes at his emphatic best in the West Indies this week - a continuation of the fine form that he displayed towards the end of the Test series. Stokes has managed to find himself in a rhythm of particularly strong form with both bat and ball since his high profile sabbatical from the team last year. His metronomic deliveries are quite a sight to behold - unless you are on the receiving end of them. With a further three ODIs on the horizon, I can't think of any reason why Stokes will not be able to overtake Shakib as the best cricketer in the world by this time next week.

He has been a surprise high flyer in 2019 - and still is in the top 5 Cricketers in 2019 - but I can't help but think a picture of Glenn Maxwell needs to be placed next to the adjective 'anti-climactic' in the dictionary. He appeared to be building up to something big - 61 runs against Perth contributed to his 136 points in Week 6, then 82 against the Sydney Sixers saw him register 255 last week. The stage was set for Maxwell to register his first century of the competition in the final. Instead, he got out for 1. In many ways 1is more anti-climactic than a duck - and certainly much funnier. That single run would have given the Melbourne Stars' fans something to cheer about - and then came Chris Tremain and Mackenzie Harvey to ruin everyone's fun. Maxwell won't have to wait too long to put things right as he will feature for the Australia team in their first T20 against India this afternoon. The jury is still out on how long he can remain in the top 5 Cricketers in the world - this week he slipped from second to fourth - but he will certainly be hoping to register more than the solitary point at least.

Week

Shreyas Iyer - 446
Joe Root - 362
Ben Stokes - 332
Duanne Olivier - 302
Shai Hope - 167
Jonny Bairstow- 150
Rashid Khan - 150
Wayne Parnell - 81
Jeetan Patel - 80
Jos Buttler - 78
Shubman Gill - 23
Glenn Maxwell - 1

Mohammad Abbas - dnp
Shakib Al Hasan - dnp
Joe Burns - dnp
Callum Ferguson - dnp
Simon Harmer - dnp
Virat Kohli- dnp
Jack Leach - dnp
Rohit Sharma- dnp
Kane Williamson - dnp
Kuldeep Yadav - dnp

Morne Morkel- ytp
Abdur Razzak - ytp

Overall

Shakib Al Hasan - 1171
Ben Stokes - 1104
Joe Root- 977
Glenn Maxwell - 831
Duanne Olivier - 793
Shreyas Iyer - 769
Kane Williamson - 711
Rohit Sharma - 697
Rashid Khan - 582
Kuldeep Yadav - 568
Callum Ferguson - 512
Simon Harmer - 500
Jonny Bairstow - 492
Jos Buttler - 487
Virat Kohli- 444
Joe Burns - 366
Shai Hope - 354
Jeetan Patel - 297
Mohammad Abbas - 260
Shubman Gill - 168
Wayne Parnell - 133
Jack Leach - 65

Morne Morkel - ytp
Abdur Razzak- ytp

Headlines

Only Andy (1st), Ian (8th) and GG (11th) hold position as everyone else shifts around them.
Arthur pushing for top spot.
Gap starts to form between The Professor and the Red Devil family.

Week

The Professor- 446
Arthur - 440
DC - 355
RDJ - 302
Andy - 167
GgAS - 150
MIB - 150
Alviro - 81
Ian - 80
RD - 1
DFM - 0
SussexPob - 0

Overall

Andy - 1497
Arthur - 1464
DC - 1272
MIB - 1189
Sussex - 1155
The Professor- 1135
RD - 831
RDJ - 793
Ian - 765
DFM - 760
GG-AS - 647
Alviro- 645
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Re: 2019 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby andy » Sun Feb 24, 2019 3:19 pm

my lead being cut..i need Shakib back from injury!
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Re: 2019 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby Arthur Crabtree » Sun Feb 24, 2019 3:25 pm

Reversal of fortune for me this year. Breathing down Andy's neck.
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Re: 2019 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby Durhamfootman » Sun Feb 24, 2019 8:04 pm

soon be the county season again, thank goodness. Been a long time since my boys got out of bed
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Re: 2019 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby The Professor » Tue Feb 26, 2019 4:46 pm

Yorkshire have signed Duanne Olivier as a Kolpak. Olivier has decided to forego international to accept a long term Kolpak deal. The signing is subject to clearance through the existing Kolpak regs.
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Re: 2019 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby Durhamfootman » Tue Feb 26, 2019 6:50 pm

makes him a much tastier pick, for whoever picked him
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Re: 2019 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby The Professor » Tue Feb 26, 2019 7:36 pm

Thats RDJ
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Re: 2019 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby Durhamfootman » Tue Feb 26, 2019 8:01 pm

untested in English conditions, of course, but you'd think he'd do pretty well. SA continue to struggle to hang on to their players
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Re: 2019 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby Durhamfootman » Tue Feb 26, 2019 10:13 pm

BBC say that the kolpak deal puts his international career 'on hold'. It shouldn't put it on hold, it should kill it stone dead
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Re: 2019 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby The Professor » Sun Mar 03, 2019 2:18 pm

Jos Buttler striking balls for fun. Kane Williamson grinding out a double hundred. This week has been a high scoring one for the boys on our list. This being said, neither of these high profile contributors have prevailed for Cricketer of the Week. Instead, that accolade has gone to Glenn Maxwell whose three innings against India have racked up 209 runs - including his third T20i ton. This is more runs than Buttler scored across his two games against a (supposably) weaker West Indies side and less than Williamson scored against a (definitely) weaker Bangladesh side. Instead we laud a player from an Australian side, for whom the adjective beleaguered is becoming a trademark, facing off against one of the World Cup favourites. In other weeks, Buttler or Williamson would have topped the charts but they have to take a back seat for Australia's secret weapon. What is becoming very clear is that when Maxwell plays destructively, Australia win. In the two games this week where he picked up points for his strike rates the Aussies won, but in yesterday's game where his 40 off 55 saw him just short of strike rate points, Australia were left wanting. Maxwell is now just a mere two points from the overall top spot and is likely to be Australia's secret weapon as the World Cup looms.

You may have felt that these posts have been rather lacking in praise for a certain aggressive Indian captain thus far in 2019. Mediocre performances and a long spell of rest for Virat Kohli have seen him not really feature in our calculations up to this point. However, his return to action this week has seen him return to form and score 240 points. This allows him to finish in our weekly top 5 for the first time in 2019. His 240 points constitute something of a total performance from the Indian - something we were very used to last year. 60% of his points came from the but a full quarter of his points came through fielding and strike rate. His tally this week also sees his average points for active weeks go up hugely. Before this week his average points were 111 across the four weeks in which he has played, it is now at 136.8. It also wouldn't be a decent Kohli week without a stat dredged out by ardent Indian fans to celebrate their superstar - however this one is a little special. With 304 days left in the year, Kohli has already surpassed Ricky Ponting's 18,962 runs scored in a calendar decade. Yes, Kohli will have played more games but....god that's a cool stat. Despite this strong week, Kohli is still outside our overall top ten - but on this form, for how long?

Kohli is not the only Indian batsman to surge up the table this week. Many see Shubman Gill as the future of Indian cricket - but his performances so far this year have not really demonstrated that. He started 2019 with a score of 91 for Punjab against Bengal but then he scored a cumulative 37 runs across 5 innings. Potentially more damagingly, 16 of these came in two games where he was called up to the full ODI side - aside he has now been discarded from for the Australian tour. It is therefore pleasing to see the young man score 102 runs across three games for Punjab this week - however he has very much ridden on the back of a 70* against tournament whipping boys Sikkim. Despite the fact he doubled his total for the year this week, he finds himself 6th from bottom of our overall league and our lowest place Indian player. Things look a little more troubling when you investigate those players below him. Gill has featured in 8 games for his 340 points. Jeetan Patel, one place below him, has played 7. Whilst the bottom 4 of Abbas, Parnell, Leach and Razzak have played 3, 4, 1 and 1 respectively. Of players to have had a decent run of games in 2019 - only Jeetan Patel has scored less than this Indian prodigy. I am in no way saying this 19-year-old doesn't have a chance but in order to cement your authority you need to seize your chances. Something that Gill has failed to display so far this year.

Week

Glenn Maxwell - 339
Jos Buttler - 273
Kane Williamson - 260
Virat Kohli- 240
Joe Burns - 190
Rashid Khan - 187
Shubman Gill - 172
Jonny Bairstow - 107
Shreyas Iyer- 94
Callum Ferguson - 91
Shai Hope - 68
Kuldeep Yadav - 60
Ben Stokes - 56
Abdur Razzak- 47
Rohit Sharma - 42
Joe Root - 16
Wayne Parnell - 15
Mohammad Abbas - 1

Shakib Al Hasan - dnp
Simon Harmer - dnp
Jack Leach- dnp
Duanne Olivier - dnp
Jeetan Patel - dnp

Morne Morkel - ytp

Overall

Shakib Al Hasan - 1171
Glenn Maxwell - 1170
Ben Stokes - 1160
Joe Root- 993
Kane Williamson - 971
Shreyas Iyer - 865
Duanne Olivier - 793
Rashid Khan - 769
Rohit Sharma - 739
Jos Buttler - 760
Virat Kohli- 684
Kuldeep Yadav - 628
Callum Ferguson - 603
Jonny Bairstow - 599
Joe Burns - 556
Simon Harmer - 500
Shai Hope - 422
Shubman Gill - 340
Jeetan Patel - 297
Mohammad Abbas - 261
Wayne Parnell - 148
Jack Leach - 65
Abdur Razzak- 47

Morne Morkel - ytp

Headlines

Arthur takes the overall lead from Andy who moves into third.
Sussex and GG are biggest movers on table.
DFM breaks three week duck with a score of.....1

Week

SussexPob - 500
RD - 339
Arthur - 289
The Professor- 284
DC - 228
GG - 187
MIB - 149
Alviro - 106
Andy - 68
Ian - 60
RDJ - 47
DFM - 1

Overall

Arthur - 1753
Sussex - 1655
Andy - 1565
DC - 1500
The Professor- 1419
MIB - 1338
RD - 1170
GG-AS - 834
Ian - 825
RDJ - 807
DFM - 761
Alviro- 751
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