Slow scoring rate?

Slow scoring rate?

Post by vignes1.. » Tue, 27 Dec 2005 13:42:43


Australia just lost Hayden.

Scoring rate looks relatively low, doesn't it?

By the way, I wonder why only the middle area of the pitch was still
damp in the morning, not the entire pitch?  Don't thy do it uniformly?

Vicky:
[ Staying at home - but no TV...  Kids own it today :( ]

 
 
 

Slow scoring rate?

Post by FRAN » Tue, 27 Dec 2005 13:55:39

Quote:

> Australia just lost Hayden.

> Scoring rate looks relatively low, doesn't it?

The outfield seems a tad slow. Quite a few boundaries have been saved
within a couple of metres of the rope by the chaser despite being hit
pretty well.

Quote:
> By the way, I wonder why only the middle area of the pitch was still
> damp in the morning, not the entire pitch?  Don't thy do it uniformly?

> Vicky:
> [ Staying at home - but no TV...  Kids own it today :( ]

Water in soil doesn't necessarily distribute evenly, or evaporate
evenly.

Fran

 
 
 

Slow scoring rate?

Post by Jamm » Tue, 27 Dec 2005 14:59:54


Quote:


>> Australia just lost Hayden.

>> Scoring rate looks relatively low, doesn't it?

> The outfield seems a tad slow. Quite a few boundaries have been saved
> within a couple of metres of the rope by the chaser despite being hit
> pretty well.

>> By the way, I wonder why only the middle area of the pitch was still
>> damp in the morning, not the entire pitch?  Don't thy do it uniformly?

>> Vicky:
>> [ Staying at home - but no TV...  Kids own it today :( ]

> Water in soil doesn't necessarily distribute evenly, or evaporate
> evenly.

I think the outfield is slow because of sand not water. And they were saying
that the pitch was a little uneven which is why the water pool and stayed
wet in certain areas.