IND/NZ 4th ODI update (India after 12 ov)

IND/NZ 4th ODI update (India after 12 ov)

Post by Bibek Gho » Sun, 03 Apr 1994 07:55:14


        India in their first 12 overs have scored 79 for 1

        ST out for 40, Jadeja and Sidhu batting on 24 and 9 resp.

source irc

 
 
 

IND/NZ 4th ODI update (India after 12 ov)

Post by Sadiq Yus » Sun, 03 Apr 1994 09:41:56

        Here are the season stats for the Ranji Champions of 1993-94 (damn,
that has a nice ring to it :-)

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BATTING & FIELDING:

--------------------------------------------------------------------
name            M    I   NO  Runs   HS    Ave.   100's   50's  Ct/St
--------------------------------------------------------------------
A Muzumdar      3    4   1    494   260  164.67   2       2     1
S Manjrekar     4    6   1    438   156   87.60   2       1     6
V Kambli        1    1   -     75    75   75.00   -       1     -
S Tendulkar     4    5   1    293   138   73.25   1       2     7
S Kulkarni      3    5   1    266   139   66.50   1       1     3
S More          4    7   1    374   170   62.33   1       2    14
R Shastri       8   11   1    612   151   61.20   3       2     7
S Bahutule      8   10   3    387   134*  55.29   1       -     4
S Dighe         8    9   -    355   111   39.44   2       1    32/4
Z Bharucha      7   13   3    355    93   35.50   -       1     5
J Paranjape     7   10   1    287   117   31.67   1       -     5
S Ankola        3    3   -     35    21   11.67   -       -     3
P Mhambrey      8    9   1     99    21   12.38   -       -     2
M Karanjkar     2    2   -     19    19    9.50   -       -     -
A Kuruvilla     4    5   3     19    13*   9.50   -       -     -
S Patil         5    7   1     56    35    9.33   -       -     -
M Ghadiyali     1    1   -      6     6    6.00   -       -     2
Iqbal Khan      2    3   -      7     6    2.33   -       -     1
V Mahadik       2    2   1      1     1    1.00   -       -     -
M Patel         4    4   1      1     1    0.33   -       -     1
-------------------------------------------------------------------

BOWLING :

-------------------------------------------------------------------
name       balls   maidens  runs   wickets   ave.  5WI  10WM  Best
-------------------------------------------------------------------
Shastri      510        20   262        17  15.41    1    -   6-73
Iqbal khan   138         5    85         5  17.00    1    -   5-37
Mhmabrey    1546        62   712        30  23.73    2    -   6-47
Ankola       564        22   268        11  24.36    -    -   4-67
Bahutule    1640        44   824        34  24.24    -    -   4-42
Mahadik      210         9    75         3  25.00    1    -   2-10
Patel        738        20   400        16  25.00    1    -   5-80      
Kuruvilla    682        23   357        13  27.46    -    -   3-39
Patil        936        37   520        10  52.00    -    -   4-35
Karajkar     120         5    74         0    -      -    -    -
Tendulkar     96         6    43         0    -      -    -    -
Ghadiyali     42         0    20         0    -      -    -    -
-------------------------------------------------------------------

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        It must be pointed out that He-whose-name-shall-forever-be-unmentioned
not only captained the Ranji Champions brilliantly, but also topped the
aggregate for the aforementioned Ranji Champions, in addition to leading the
the bowling averages for the Ranji Champions. All in all, considering he was
hobbled by a knee-injury and played in pain most of the year, not a half-bad
performance. On such guts and determination is winning built, and a Ranji
Championship :-)

                Sadiq [ thanking Anoop again for the stats ] Yusuf
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IND/NZ 4th ODI update (India after 12 ov)

Post by Chinna Kozhandh » Sun, 03 Apr 1994 14:41:16


Quote:
>name            M    I   NO  Runs   HS    Ave.   100's   50's  Ct/St
>Guess who       8   11   1    612   151   61.20   3       2     7
>name       balls   maidens  runs   wickets   ave.  5WI  10WM  Best
>Guess who    510        20   262        17  15.41    1    -   6-73

I shan't mention
him-whose-name-should-not-be-mentioned-on-this-newsgroup for fear of
being abused, but I think these statistics certainly merit being
noticed. Most particularly, the bowling stats, which I think are
somewhat impressive as far as Ranji games go. Wonder if those who
yield the power will notice when the West Indies come around a few
months down the road.

Rohan [disappointed in todays performance by India]

 
 
 

IND/NZ 4th ODI update (India after 12 ov)

Post by Vaibhav A. Diwadk » Tue, 05 Apr 1994 07:57:00


Quote:


>Kozhandhai) says:

>>>name            M    I   NO  Runs   HS    Ave.   100's   50's  Ct/St
>>>Guess who       8   11   1    612   151   61.20   3       2     7

>>>name       balls   maidens  runs   wickets   ave.  5WI  10WM  Best
>>>Guess who    510        20   262        17  15.41    1    -   6-73

>>being abused, but I think these statistics certainly merit being
>>noticed. Most particularly, the bowling stats, which I think are
>>somewhat impressive as far as Ranji games go. Wonder if those who

>however, note that he bowled only 85 overs in 8 matches- approx 10 overs a
>game. if he truly wants to make his return to the team as an allrounder,
>he'll have wheel away a few more overs.

        Though of course, the player in question is not at all
        beholden to attempt a return as all-rounder.  He should
        attempt a return to his #1 spot as the most effective
        opener India has had since Sunny retired regardless
        of opposition, venue or conditions.  His bowling need
        only be considered analogous to SRTs.

        'Nuff said.

        - Vaibhav [#1 fan of "He-who-shall-go-unnamed .." on the net?]

 
 
 

IND/NZ 4th ODI update (India after 12 ov)

Post by R. Bharat R » Wed, 06 Apr 1994 03:03:24


Quote:

>>I shan't mention
>>him-whose-name-should-not-be-mentioned-on-this-newsgroup for fear of
>>being abused, but I think these statistics certainly merit being
>>noticed. Most particularly, the bowling stats, which I think are
>>somewhat impressive as far as Ranji games go. Wonder if those who
>>yield the power will notice when the West Indies come around a few
>>months down the road.
>    I also hope the selectors notice his selfishness
>    and his negative contribution to team spirit.

Yup, those qualities show up in abundance on the scorecard don't they?

What`s that you say??  Oh they don't... OK

So, then they must really bring down the team and cause poor
performance in everyone else.  Yup, just think, without Shastri,
Bombay would have done a lot better in the domestics..

What`s that you say?? Oh you say they did pretty well in the Ranji's... OK

Ahh, yes, they must have done it inspite of him.  I mean, he must have
been an incidental performer who kept them from achieving their
potential..

What`s that you say?? Oh you say they won the Ranji's

Oh well, they must be very good anyway to have won it inspite of
Shastri.  All the other players must be really good.  I guess Bombay
has been winning the Ranji year in and year out, so it fol.

What`s that you say?? Oh you say they won the Ranji's after a long
drought??  And the longest drought in their history?

Ah well, we all know Bombay has great players.  In previous years the
Bombay players must have all been away on Test duty.  This year, with
all the stars they could afford to carry Shastri and negate his "selfishness
and his negative contribution to team spirit."

What's that you say??  Oh you say, all the stars were away on tour.

Oh ummm... well, maybe the old guard stepped in?

What's that you say?? The old guard is all retired.  Essentially a
very raw side -- weak bowling, and a bunch of young kids??  Probably,
the most suspect Bombay side to take the field in year?  

And what's that you say??  Shastri played a couple of matchwinning
knocks..  

That swine.  Look how selfish he is.  Had he failed, he would have
given the young kids a chance to shine.  He sure contributes
negatively to his team's spirit.

I guess we have to credit those young kids for coming through in spite
of their captain's "selfishness and his negative contribution to team
spirit."

Yup that Shastri is surely a terrible influence on any team he plays in.

Bharat

(For the humor impaired, the above is sarcastic -- it boggles my mind,
that there are individuals on the net, for whom this clarification is
necessary)
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Post by Ravi N Arunkundr » Fri, 08 Apr 1994 01:54:59

Hurrah ! after ages I find a fellow Shastri-phile. The man deserves a
chance. Popular opinion is a poor substitute for a rational selection
policy. And shastri was judged by hacks in the penny press and
***ed. We could always do with a scapegoat for the *** down
under and the World Cup mess...and Shastri the well dressed, sought
after by (we are told) ladies, playing in ***s and not the
depreseed austere Gandhian, fitted the bill.

Oh Bring Back my Bonnie to me...

ravi.

 
 
 

IND/NZ 4th ODI update (India after 12 ov)

Post by 5912ramas.. » Fri, 08 Apr 1994 07:50:43


Quote:



>>>I shan't mention
>>>him-whose-name-should-not-be-mentioned-on-this-newsgroup for fear of
>>>being abused, but I think these statistics certainly merit being
>>>noticed. Most particularly, the bowling stats, which I think are
>>>somewhat impressive as far as Ranji games go. Wonder if those who
>>>yield the power will notice when the West Indies come around a few
>>>months down the road.

>>        I also hope the selectors notice his selfishness
>>        and his negative contribution to team spirit.

>Yup, those qualities show up in abundance on the scorecard don't they?

>What`s that you say??  Oh they don't... OK

>So, then they must really bring down the team and cause poor
>performance in everyone else.  Yup, just think, without Shastri,
>Bombay would have done a lot better in the domestics..

>What`s that you say?? Oh you say they did pretty well in the Ranji's... OK

        [ lots of sarcasm deleted]

        The fundamental thing is that RJS has played
        selfishly whenever he has played for India,except
        for a few occasions. Well it seems that Azza
        doesn't want him anyway. The best comment I heard
        was from GRV when he  said that " Shastri was
        not considered ". kepp it up.

        Also it is sad that still some of them on net
        keep thinking that Shastri will make a positive
        contribution to the Indian team.

Quote:
>(For the humor impaired, the above is sarcastic -- it boggles my mind,
>that there are individuals on the net, for whom this clarification is
>necessary)
>--

>Learning Systems Department, Siemens Corporate Research
>US Mail: 755 College Road East, Princeton, NJ 08540
>Phones: (609)734-6531(O) (609)734-6565(F)

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IND/NZ 4th ODI update (India after 12 ov)

Post by Ravi N Arunkundr » Sun, 10 Apr 1994 02:34:51

These exchanges on Shatri's "Selfishness" are getting curiouser and
curiouser. For starters, what exactly do you mean by Selfish ? A
second helping: There is a very strong case to be made for Shastri's
return to the TEST squad where we could do with more selfish batsmen.
We seem to discover selfless players by the dozen when the ball flies
off the turf - Witness the Akrams, the Amroses and the Mcdermott
slicing through indian innnings - these selfless chappies are loth to
stay put for an hour in the middle and sacrifice their wickets for the
team (when anything but sacrifice is required) and have a spine that
would make jelly look like tempered steel. Lets bring back the selfish
monster and save ourselves from the Aussies and the Windies ( alook at
the test batting figures would tell you that comrade shatri performed
exceptionally well in TESTS in Austrlia under Azhar and in West Indies
under Vengsrakar).  Our selfless wonders discover their herioc
proportions just when W & W get going or when WI***the indian
middle order - Selfishness please come back ! Thou art soreley missed.

ravi

 
 
 

IND/NZ 4th ODI update (India after 12 ov)

Post by Spaceman Spif » Sun, 10 Apr 1994 07:25:19



Quote:

>>however, note that he bowled only 85 overs in 8 matches- approx 10 overs a
>>game. if he truly wants to make his return to the team as an allrounder,
>>he'll have wheel away a few more overs.

>        Though of course, the player in question is not at all
>        beholden to attempt a return as all-rounder.  He should

however, in an interview posted not too long ago on rsc, i'm pretty sure that
he said that he wanted to return as an allrounder.

Stay cool,
Spaceman Spiff

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says, "Wrap it up. I think I'll take this one."
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Dupree he said, "I'll pay this one off to you in lead."