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Offline arakaan

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O.P. « 2008-Dec-30, 10:12 PM »
[web]http://www.foddy.net/Cricket.html[/web]

surely it can't hurt.
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« 2008-Dec-30, 11:17 PM Reply #1 »
My best 116 so far  :)

now 175
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« 2008-Dec-31, 10:14 AM Reply #2 »
341 for me   :biggrin:

124 runs @ s/r of 2.75 = 341 points... I took a screenshot, will post it later if no one can beat that soon  ;)

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« 2008-Dec-31, 11:18 AM Reply #3 »
Had another go and went a little better   :biggrin:

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Edit: A bit hard to read... but runs: 149, S/R: 3.17 = 472 score


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« 2008-Dec-31, 11:48 AM Reply #4 »
Australia  1st Innings
Batters name Runs
Hayden, ML 5
Katich, SM 5
Ponting, RT 1
Hussey, MEK 2
Clarke, MJ 9
Symonds, A 17
Haddin, BJ 0
Lee, B 51
Johnson, MG 12
Hauritz, NM 18
Siddle, PM 3
Total 123
 
South Africa  1st Innings
Batters name Runs
Smith, GC 20
McKenzie, ND 0
Amla, HM 9
Kallis, JH 23
de Villiers, AB 3
Duminy, JP 8
Boucher, MV 17
Morkel, M 7
Harris, PL 36
Steyn, DW 0
Ntini, M 32
Total 155
 
 
Australia  2nd Innings
Batters name Runs
Hayden, ML 1
Katich, SM 47
Ponting, RT 30
Hussey, MEK 61
Clarke, MJ 1
Symonds, A 0
Haddin, BJ 37
Lee, B 24
Johnson, MG 21
Hauritz, NM 7
Siddle, PM 52
Total 281
 
South Africa  2nd Innings
Batters name Runs
Smith, GC 11
McKenzie, ND 17
Amla, HM 13
Kallis, JH 0
de Villiers, AB 6
Duminy, JP 33
Boucher, MV 8
Morkel, M 17
Harris, PL 12
Steyn, DW 61
Ntini, M 0
Total 178



Hayden fails again but....

AUSTRALIA WIN BY 71  RUNS :)

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« 2008-Dec-31, 12:29 PM Reply #5 »
Come on BT, one of the kids did that I reckon.  :lol:

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« 2008-Dec-31, 04:59 PM Reply #6 »
I haven't given the little guy (5yo) a go yet gratlog - Im sure he'd beat it easy... he's a gun on the Nintendo DS and knows his way around the computer with ease... working his way through Super Mario Bros at the moment, lol.

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« 2009-Jan-01, 07:40 AM Reply #7 »
Got 218 at 2.56 for a score of 558. Sorry BT  :)

Took a screenshot but for the life of me I can't post it  :what:

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« 2009-Jan-01, 08:44 AM Reply #8 »
Keep trying Zombie - I got this one yesterday shortly after the last one I posted but thought I'd hold it back in case someone beat it   :biggrin:

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185 runs @ 3.24 = 599 points

Sorry   :biggrin:

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« 2009-Jan-01, 08:53 AM Reply #9 »
Nice one. At least I've got the most runs   :biggrin:

Now for the chase   :lol:

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« 2009-Jan-01, 12:01 PM Reply #10 »
I guess I'd better give you something more to chase, having beaten your runs as well as the score  ;)

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227 runs @ 3.1 = 703 points


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« 2009-Jan-01, 06:19 PM Reply #11 »
Gees, I'm going to have to have a few more goes, 266 the best for me so far  :shy:

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« 2009-Jan-02, 06:58 AM Reply #12 »
A few tips for you...

* Don't try to hit everything for six, pretty easy to miss-hit and get a little too much lift on it and get out up the top.
* Don't try to hit the ball hard, keep the back swing fairly short... hitting it softly can cause a couple of collisions with the next ball coming in, but it takes the roof out of play most of the time... anything short I usually play almost defensively.
* Wait for the ball to get to you - the easiest way to get out is hitting it too early and skying it... most full-tosses can be hit early, but anything that bounces, wait until it gets right to you.

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« 2009-Jan-02, 08:57 AM Reply #13 »
If anyone is still playing this, you might as well give up now... here's a score I got yesterday, the s/r is crap, but should be pretty challenging to beat at any rate!

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Runs = 367, S/R = 2.41 = 884 points

Good luck  ;)


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« 2009-Jan-02, 08:59 AM Reply #14 »
If anyone is still playing this, you might as well give up now... here's a score I got yesterday, the s/r is crap, but should be pretty challenging to beat at any rate!

I gave up on the first day after I kept knocking the ball back onto my own stumps  :mad:

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« 2009-Jan-02, 09:07 AM Reply #15 »
Jeez BT, I'm still chasing the follow on  :tears:

I'm going to have to play a Tavare like innings, 368 singles   :lol:

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« 2009-Jan-02, 12:19 PM Reply #16 »
My biggest problem is I play too many proper cricket shots  8) I guess that's the opener in me, playing in the 'V'   :biggrin:


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