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Re: Championship | Yorkshire vs Warwickshire at Headingley (Day One)

September 19 2017, 3:36 PM 

Yes we are experiencing the highs and the lows today in rApid succession

 
 
Dwight_Schrute
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Re: Championship | Yorkshire vs Warwickshire at Headingley (Day One)

September 19 2017, 3:40 PM 

Irrelevant of picking 5 seamers. I think we could have tried some part time spin to Patel. Often can't help himself..

 
 
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Re: Championship | Yorkshire vs Warwickshire at Headingley (Day One)

September 19 2017, 3:45 PM 

Tea in the long room.

At lunch I said jetan looked like he planned to play a few shots.

We've haven't bowled well in the afternoon but if they finish say 225ao that's definitely advantage us. The pitch isn't doing that much.

If 4 seamers can't do it, five probably won't! Pity without rashid we haven't got a spinner worthy of selection.

 
 
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Re: Championship | Yorkshire vs Warwickshire at Headingley (Day One)

September 19 2017, 4:04 PM 

At the game today just for a matter of interest how many runs have been scored in the third man area.

 
 
eastriding
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There can be only one

September 19 2017, 4:14 PM 

There's only one Ryan Sidebottom

I can hear it ringing round the ground...

 
 
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Re: Championship | Yorkshire vs Warwickshire at Headingley (Day One)

September 19 2017, 4:15 PM 

calm, down, calm down. Both Middx and Warwicks are all out for one batting point each. Fiver for Fisher!

 
 
Dwight_Schrute
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Re: Championship | Yorkshire vs Warwickshire at Headingley (Day One)

September 19 2017, 4:19 PM 

Fair play to Patel and well done Matt Fisher.

Strong position still despite a poor middle session. Make the most of the decent batting conditions this evening now.

 
 
Alibor
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Re: Championship | Yorkshire vs Warwickshire at Headingley (Day One)

September 19 2017, 4:34 PM 

To play 5 seamers always is a problem and getting the right combination requires vision rather than stereotyped thinking! IMHO we should have bowled Fisher sooner and certainly immediately after the lunch break with Coad instead of letting Bell and Patel to play themselves in again and score easily against loose bowling. I think we should have included Carver rather than Patterson or Bresnan, although batting looks bit vilnerable - this session should be interesting one!

 
 
Idle man
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Re: Championship | Yorkshire vs Warwickshire at Headingley (Day One)

September 19 2017, 4:58 PM 

Can't answer the third man question, but unusually Warwickshire have started with one for both bowlers. We certainly conceded a lot in that area.

 
 
Seadog73
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Re: Championship | Yorkshire vs Warwickshire at Headingley (Day One)

September 19 2017, 5:29 PM 

It takes 'vision' to handle five seamers?? Surely it takes the captain's gut instinct and what he sees in the middle, plus pitch and overhead conditions. If by vision you mean eyesight then fair enough!

 
 
Geoff B
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Decent day

September 19 2017, 6:20 PM 

Could have been better but it will do.

I didn't see them batting first to be honest.

Good pitch I presume once you have got through the first hour or so.

Pleasingly we got most of their batsmen early so they couldn't fully capitalise on their cunning plan.

Not a new ball in the morning but might be tricky hour again, hopefully Patto does his job for half a dozen overs and we can bat all day and press on in the afternoon.

 
 

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Re: Championship | Yorkshire vs Warwickshire at Headingley (Day One)

September 19 2017, 6:37 PM 

Good but not brilliant day I would say.
Dont like weather forecast for Thursday but out of our control.

Never been in favour of nightwatchmen.
If you are a batsmen and 2 overs left should be more then capable of defending your wicket.

 
 
Frank Smith
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Re: Championship | Yorkshire vs Warwickshire at Headingley (Day One)

September 19 2017, 6:45 PM 

Got to be slightly disappointed considering the situation at lunch. I think lyth should of come in to the attack earlier against Patel but still could of been worse.

With the forecast for Thursday bad I think it means we have to play positively and try and score quickly tomorrow. The extra batsman would of been a better option than the 5th seamer but hopefully we can still get a decent lead and have an hour or so at the Warwickshire batsman tomorrow.


 
 
Idle man
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Re: Championship | Yorkshire vs Warwickshire at Headingley (Day One)

September 19 2017, 6:47 PM 

Yes, we'd probably have taken that, but slightly disappointed. At times during the two partnerships we looked a poor side, pretty quiet, short of ideas, occasionally sloppy in the field. Fisher a plus though.

The openers worked hard and then Brathwaite got out to a lousy shot.

Lancs letting us down again. Suspect Chanderpaul getting out will be crucial.

 
 
Brian
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Re: Championship | Yorkshire vs Warwickshire at Headingley (Day One)

September 19 2017, 6:49 PM 

Thought it went about as well as it could today. The Bell lbw looked high (from the side) and was maybe missing leg. Bresnan looked about 70pc fit and we lack the killer bowler to mop up the tail when Brooks goes AWOL concentration-wise. Patel is a feisty batsman and deserved the three figures, and Bell gave a reminder of his class. Suspect the track is getting a bit easier for batting, which should suit us fine - a good toss to lose.Still plenty of pressure to seal the win of course.

 
 
Idle man
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Re: Championship | Yorkshire vs Warwickshire at Headingley (Day One)

September 19 2017, 7:08 PM 

Generally agree. However Patel got one or two to turn. Don't want anything significant against him in a fourth innings. Given the strengths and weaknesses of the two sides we shouldn't have a wicket with any turn.

 
 
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Re: Championship | Yorkshire vs Warwickshire at Headingley (Day One)

September 19 2017, 7:13 PM 

Not having picked five seamers....

 
 
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Re: Championship | Yorkshire vs Warwickshire at Headingley (Day One)

September 19 2017, 7:32 PM 

The performance of Fisher shows that we can move on from the old guard without the indignity of relegation. I only hope the omission of KC does not prove costly. Going on how is the conundrum of Mr Bresnan to be resolved ?

 
 
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Re: Championship | Yorkshire vs Warwickshire at Headingley (Day One)

September 19 2017, 7:42 PM 

We've had a poor season not much argument about that but the last few matches have encouraged me that there are signs that we are a side that is gradually getting it's act together once more. The batsmen, particularly Lyth and Leaning, seem to be regaining confidence and there's been some good wicket haul's even though we've bowled on difficult pitches such as from Siddy against Middlesex, Brooks against Surrey and Fisher today. Plunkett has looked decent in his limited time bowling aswell. Really hope we can pull off staying up and build on these positive steps forward for next season.

 
 

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Re: Championship | Yorkshire vs Warwickshire at Headingley (Day One)

September 19 2017, 8:05 PM 

Albie hit the nail directly on the head.

Brooks & Coad bowled well at the start, but couldn't find the edge, until Brooks bowled a couple of wide ones that were edged, with Hodd taking an excellent catch in front of slip. After the it was all Yorkshire & Coad thankfully got his deserved reward.

At lunch we were thinking of Warwick scoring around 100. Then we opened with Brooks & Patto instead of Coad & Fisher. Even worse it was 'bad Brooks' & Ballance left him on long after Gale would have replaced him. As a result Bell & Patel were 'in' before being challenged & made hay. Sadly Yorks didn't hold up well with some poor fielding helping the Warwickshire cause. Thankfully we did get wickets, but when Boyd Rankin can look decent it shows things aren't right. But 219 isn't good

Lyth & Braithwaite batted decently with the odd 'silly shot'. It was one of these that did for the latter, with Patel taking a very good low catch at slip.

 
 
 
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