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Old 06-10-2018, 01:21 PM
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One-day international, Edinburgh:

Scotland 371-5 (50 overs): MacLeod 140* (94), Coetzer 58 (49)
England 365 (48.5 overs): Bairstow 105 (59), Watt 3-55

Scotland won by six runs
Scotland won by six runs
Scotland won by six runs


To my English brothers and sisters.....get it right up you!
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Great performance by Scotland Dave

A crap decision to reduce the teams to 10 which prevents Scotland competing in the World Cup. They should get more top flight matches. Gone are the days when teams would think playing Scotland was an easy win. Emerging teams like them should get more support

There may be a slight attendance problem at works across Scotland tomorrow.
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Well said Herlock, and well done Scotland. Judging by the scoreline - and the result! - that must have been an entertaining game to watch.
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Well said Herlock, and well done Scotland. Judging by the scoreline - and the result! - that must have been an entertaining game to watch.
Very gracious Sam, thank you.

I don't think the footy WC will miss us much, but proud to say the Cricket one definitely will.

If that downpour had not happened against the windies, we would have been there...but that's cricket and part of the fun...and despair.

Brilliant game too.
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It looks like my comments about Trump have got me onto Dave’s ignore list
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No Herlock, that post originally said "chaps" rather than "Sam" then I noticed your location....no need to thank a fellow Scot!

I'm not so petty as to ignore a fellow ripperoligist over something as petty as politics....tell me a dog ran away with an apron and I might do though.
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One-day international, Edinburgh:

Scotland 371-5 (50 overs): MacLeod 140* (94), Coetzer 58 (49)
England 365 (48.5 overs): Bairstow 105 (59), Watt 3-55

Scotland won by six runs
Scotland won by six runs
Scotland won by six runs


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How long did this game last?
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Cricket is five day tests. The rest is junk.
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How long did this game last?
This was over in a day Abby. Around 7 hours.
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This was over in a day Abby. Around 7 hours.
how does that work for spectating and TV viewing? its a long time for one game of sport.
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