PSL 6 Discussion & Sign-ups

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Re: PSL 6 Discussion & Sign-ups

Post by LoneWolf » Sat Nov 20, 2021 1:02 am

quirkilyalive wrote:
Fri Nov 19, 2021 6:40 pm
PSL 6 Round 4 Summaries

The Wolf Pack vs Superboyz Strikz Back!!!
Whilst bowling, Sabra Mac Alouch got a six-fer really helping The Wolf Pack defend a rather miserly total,
Fun fact: his bowling sr was 137 off 9 innings b4 that match, he is finally picking wickets after that match, must have given him lot of confidence
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Re: PSL 6 Discussion & Sign-ups

Post by MOD-wmchamps » Sun Nov 21, 2021 5:28 am

PSL Round 5 Day 2 Update

Peshawar Zalmi (4-2) Karachi Kings

Ceylonian Blasters (PZ) won by 6 wickets
Jacksons Barbers (PZ) won by 6 wickets
Baahubali Cricket Club (KK) have been awarded the win due to opponent overrating
Anahata Jewels (KK) have been awarded the win due to opponent overrating
Aqrabiyah Antlers (PZ) won by 6 runs
Al Khobar Falcons (PZ) won by 234 runs

Quetta Gladiators (2-1) Pulchritudinous Islamabad

The Wolf Pack (QG) have been awarded the win due to opponent overrating
The Dutch Ovens (PI) won by 6 wickets
KKMM (QG) have been awarded the win due to opponent overrating

Sher-e-Lahore (2-5) West Indies Warriors

Cover point (SL) won by 4 wickets
Kuakata Kings (WIW) have been awarded the win due to opponent overrating
United XI (WIW) won by 153 runs
Line and Length (WIW) won by 4 runs
Silly Mid-Off CC (WIW) have been awarded the win due to opponent overrating
Affiliatey McAffiliateface (WIW) won by 11 runs
Deep Points (SL) won by 1 wicket

Just one more fixture left between Peshawar and Karachi, and it is all down to Nee2 to try and give the Zalmis a better chance at qualifying for the final, while Quetta captain LoneWolf will be hoping that his franchise is able to get at least 2 more wins from their remaining 4 matches and get them into the final instead, which means that a lot of drama and some nail-biting stuff is still in store heading into the final day of the PSL group stage.

West Indies Warriors finish their final round 5-2 against Sher-e-Lahore, and now look forward to utilizing the pitch advantage that they have secured for the final.
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Re: PSL 6 Discussion & Sign-ups

Post by drag0on » Sun Nov 21, 2021 6:35 am

Indian Capers v Affiliatey McAffiliateface >> Match Ratings
Match Ratings
Indian Capers Affiliatey McAffiliateface
Batting - Top Order 7,888 8,895
Batting - Middle Order 5,669 8,144
Batting - Tail 4,326 4,402
Bowling - Seam 7,445 (32) 8,552 (21)
Bowling - Spin 6,756 (8) 10,945 (19)
Fielding/Keeping 9,612 9,152
Overall 132,582 157,269

almost another upset
lost 11 runs
only loss for the Capers this season

excellent penultimate over by Variant just 4 runs and a wicket

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Re: PSL 6 Discussion & Sign-ups

Post by MOD-wmchamps » Mon Nov 22, 2021 3:57 am

PSL Round 5 Day 2 Update

Peshawar Zalmi (5-2) Karachi Kings

Ceylonian Blasters (PZ) won by 6 wickets
Jacksons Barbers (PZ) won by 6 wickets
Baahubali Cricket Club (KK) have been awarded the win due to opponent overrating
Anahata Jewels (KK) have been awarded the win due to opponent overrating
Aqrabiyah Antlers (PZ) won by 6 runs
Baffling Bulls (PZ) won by 6 wickets
Al Khobar Falcons (PZ) won by 234 runs

Quetta Gladiators (3-4) Pulchritudinous Islamabad

Lincolnshire ccc (QG) won by 6 wickets
Wolfberries Too (PI) won by 58 runs
Zambian Goat Herders (PI) won by 5 wickets
The Wolf Pack (QG) have been awarded the win due to opponent overrating
Islamabad Hawks (PI) won by 39 runs
The Dutch Ovens (PI) won by 6 wickets
KKMM (QG) have been awarded the win due to opponent overrating

Sher-e-Lahore (2-5) West Indies Warriors

Cover point (SL) won by 4 wickets
Kuakata Kings (WIW) have been awarded the win due to opponent overrating
United XI (WIW) won by 153 runs
Line and Length (WIW) won by 4 runs
Silly Mid-Off CC (WIW) have been awarded the win due to opponent overrating
Affiliatey McAffiliateface (WIW) won by 11 runs
Deep Points (SL) won by 1 wicket

Baffling Bulls managed to get the job done for Peshawar by winning their match, while Islamabad looked to have made it a mission to deny Quetta by putting in a wonderful performance on the final day to win the round and break Quetta hearts in the process.

This has been the closest ever PSL so far in the short history of the competition with final spots not being secured until the last day of the group stage, and credit goes to all the managers for participating, and especially to all the captains who volunteered their time and effort in taking charge and ensuring that matches got arranged each week.

PSL 6 Points Table

1: West Indies Warriors (8 points) 24-0-11
2: Peshawar Zalmi (6 points) 17-0-18
3: Quetta Gladiators (4 points) 18-0-17
4: Sher-e-Lahore (4 points) 16-0-19
5: Pulchritudinous Islamabad (4 points) 16-0-19
6: Karachi Kings (4 points) 14-0-21
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Re: PSL 6 Discussion & Sign-ups

Post by MOD-wmchamps » Mon Nov 22, 2021 3:58 am

Final: West Indies Warriors vs Peshawar Zalmi FTP Week 11 29 Nov - 05 Dec

Platinum: Caterham Crusaders (Bustergut) vs Ceylonian Blasters (KeepItCool)
Diamond: Kuakata Kings (CricketMadMan56) vs Jacksons Barbers (Cjackson94)
Gold: United XI (quirkilyalive) vs Dragon Warrior (justforkix)
Silver: Line and Length (Camel) vs Shahzaday11 (Shahzaday11)
Bronze: Silly Mid-Off CC (Maddog40) vs Aqrabiyah Antlers (MOD-wmchamps affiliate)
Youth I: Affiliatey McAffiliateface (MOD-DanAndrew) vs Baffling Bulls (Nee2)
Youth II: Chicken Stranglers (smemac) vs Al Khobar Falcons (MOD-wmchamps)

This is it everyone, a repeat of last season's final, this time with the West Indies Warriors holding pitch advantage, so this means that they will send the challenges.

The final has been pushed back by a week, this is because this week will be Thanksgiving holiday and some people will be busy and/or travelling, so we have decided to move the final back and hopefully we can see some thrilling matches to conclude this season's PSL.
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Re: PSL 6 Discussion & Sign-ups

Post by Worm » Mon Nov 22, 2021 4:21 am

Thanks wmchamps, drag0on and everyone for a fun tournament :thumbsup

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Re: PSL 6 Discussion & Sign-ups

Post by LoneWolf » Mon Nov 22, 2021 4:42 am

Upset Rankings Update

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None of the matches from round 5 made into the top 5 The Dutch Ovens managed to get to the 6th spot with 14342 ​points in round 5.

7 - Number of occasions on which the teams which have an edge over match ratings have lost in round 5.

also indian capers 4 match upset streak ended this round :(
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Re: PSL 6 Discussion & Sign-ups

Post by LoneWolf » Mon Nov 22, 2021 4:45 am

MOD-wmchamps wrote:
Mon Nov 22, 2021 3:57 am
PSL Round 5 Day 2 Update

Quetta Gladiators (3-4) Pulchritudinous Islamabad

Islamabad looked to have made it a mission to deny Quetta by putting in a wonderful performance on the final day to win the round and break Quetta hearts in the process.
petition to ban PI from playing next season :cry:
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Re: PSL 6 Discussion & Sign-ups

Post by LoneWolf » Thu Nov 25, 2021 4:12 am

ah, the finals is scheduled for the next wk? here i was wondering why it is so silent in here :doh
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Re: PSL 6 Discussion & Sign-ups

Post by quirkilyalive » Fri Nov 26, 2021 11:48 am

PSL 6 Round 5 Summaries
The final round of the league stage was up and both the spots for the finals were wide open. 5 teams were fighting their heart out for those whilst Pulchritudinous Islamabad were smoking a cigar in the corner wondering whose party to crash and spoil. With a 2 point lead on the table, West Indies Warriors had numerous ways to qualify, and most of all, they were the only side that could set their own fate with no dependencies whilst everybody else was glued to the screens all week as all 3 fixtures impacted each side. West Indies Warriors needed to win 3 of their 7 fixtures to qualify and they won 5, as they confirmed their qualification and knocked Sher-e-Lahore from the race. Pulchritudinous Islamabad kept with their habit of winning games when analysts had brushed them off as they popped out of nowhere as surprises to knock out Quetta Gladiators. The second spot was open for the victors of the fixture between Peshawar Zalmi and Karachi Kings, and Peshawar won what had become a virtual semi-final to get to the finals and attempt to avenge their previous season's finale heartbreak.

Sher-e-Lahore(4) vs West Indies Warriors(8) [2-5]
Deep Points vs Chicken Stranglers
Opting to bat first, Chicken Stranglers had rather disappointing returns with 4 batters in the top 7 returning with single digits. A few hits from the tail accompanied a wonderful mastery in the art of counter-attacking with Piggy Spear's 92* off of 83 balls taking his side to a respectable 240. Deep Points lost 3 quick wickets in the chase but a 149-run 4th wicket stand allowed them to roar back into the game with Christian Barry leading the way with a boundary fiesta as the 91 he struck from his bat had reduced the situation to just 61 needed off 52 balls at his dismissal. His partner got out a few balls later in the same over making the chase a bit tricky. The next couple of overs were rather bland as the batters kept the score ticking without taking any risks, making the situation 41 needed from 36 balls with 5 wickets in hand as well. And then came the twist, with Deep Points losing 3 wickets in succession and now they were looking at a mountain they had created for themselves as they 28 needed from the final 4. Richard Benjamin hit a four on the first of the remaining 24 balls as the 13 run over made the situation an easy 15 from 3. Benjamin's six the next over made it six from 12 balls. The penultimate over was neatly bowled with 5 singles and wicket but the remaining single was a bare formality finished by Benjamin on the 235th ball of the innings, the first ball of the final over.

Indian Capers vs Affiliatey McAffiliateface
Muzammil Sadaf led the charge with a wonderful 68 for Affiliatey McAffiliateface, getting into two huge partnerships in the first half of the innings before he was run out right after drinks. His dismissal followed a set of rather poor returns from the upcoming batters with failed starts and soft dismissals before Anita Vaxine hit the finishing strokes with his 29* at the end. The chase was pretty much a replica of the first innings with the progressions and the minute 11 run difference encompasses that. After an early wicket, Sean Nairob, the Indian Capers opener got into similar second and third wicket stands with his 71 being an innings to watch on repeat. He was dismissed on the 129th legitimate ball of the innings, or during the 21.3 over, the exact moment when Sadaf fell in innings one, the only difference, Indian Capers were 119/3 whilst Affiliatey McAffiliateface were 132/2 at the same moment. This 13 runs gap haunted them till the very end as their lower middle order attempted grunt and grub their way to victory but fell 11 runs short.

Laverton Cricket Club vs Silly Mid-Off CC
An overrating committed by Laverton Cricket Club sees Silly Mid-Off CC get the win for this round.

Superboyz Strikz Back!!! vs Line and Length
After being put into bat, Line and Length got to 266 runs owing to Tory Siggins 70 and Joshua Lillee's blast of 25 from 19 balls in the end. The chase was led by Spencer Gill's 42 over stay as he scored 97 runs with the other batters contributing in rather finite amounts. Gill's dismissal in Over 42 meant that Superboyz Strikz Back!!! were now at a 198/5 needing 69 runs from the next eight overs. Francis Sambo hit a six once but the next time, the field was carefully placed with three players in the deep just between long on and deep midwicket forcing Sambo to try something different and leaving his stumps as an inviting display of artwork. Aditya Swami and Clyde Powell got a few runs as the two constructed a decent stand under pressure to reduce the situation to 12 off 6 balls. Joshua Lille had the ball as the left-arm pacer was bowling over the wicket to the right handed batter Powell. An off cutter to start with that was pulled for a couple. A fuller ball, rather quick on the stumps, as Powell found it tough to get under it and all he could muster was a single. 9 needed from 4 now and southpaw Aditya Swami held strike. A wide yorker marginally inside the line was bowled and a wild swing going nowhere saw an edge leap out in form of a very tough catch that fell just short of Siggins at point. 9 from 3 and a bouncer is bowled going past Swami's shoulder, barely giving him any room as he failed his attempt for a pull shot and was caught by the keeper. 9 were now needed off 2 balls and a new batter was on strike. Lillee started with a dot ball and made the situation 9 needed from one ball, but proceeded to make his skipper really mad when he overstepped on the last ball of the game. 8 were needed from one ball, and it is really praiseworthy how the two batters still ran three despite the lack of hope in any chance of a victory and lost the game by 4 runs.

North Ayrshire Bears vs United XI
Owen Towers hit 80 runs from 62 balls for United XI as his innings allowed them to get 92 runs from the final ten overs and post 293 runs on the board. North Ayrshire Bears were never in the chase and Rashid Khan plucking 4/18 did not help their cause, as they were cleaned for 140 runs, 153 less than their counterparts.

Red Devilz vs Kuakata Kings
An overrating by Red Devilz sees Kuakata Kings get the win for this round.

Cover point vs Caterham Crusaders
A legend with the new ball, Wilfred Austin showed his top class as he ran through the top order and got 4 wickets in his opening spell. He stuck like lightning as his figures of 5/33, with skipper Flemmings being the fifth scalp saw Caterham Crusaders be cleaned up for 103 in less than 32 overs. Taj D'Argento's early aggression with the new ball helped him get the top three of Cover point out in no time but the same aggression let him down as he leaked 36 off his six. Cover point did lose six wickets but all in all, they were never in trouble in the 106 run chase, ticking the score off in less than 24 overs.

Quetta Gladiators(4) vs Pulchritudinous Islamabad(4) [3-4]
KKMM vs Lost Legacy
An overrating committed by Lost Legacy sees KKMM get the win for this round.

BD SPARK vs The Dutch Ovens
Failure from the top order on a flat deck more often than not ousts the team from the game, and BD SPARK will count themselves as unfortunate that they had 2 runouts in their top 3. Liton Parvez got a fifty as the lower order attempted to revive the innings, but 203 runs on the board didn't give the BD SPARK bowlers a lot of room to work with. Torben Elia scored a 96* and that pretty much set the innings up as The Dutch Ovens chased with 6 wickets remaining with their bails intact and with 3 overs to spare.

Sundance Academy vs Islamabad Hawks
Opting to bat first, Islamabad Hawks posted 178 runs on a crumbling deck with southpaw Clint Cheetham's 45 being the top score as the batters had a tough time dealing with the pitch. The next highest was 29 as 4 batters reached their 20's before the pitch and the opposition attack got the better of them Chasing 179, Sundance Academy began well, getting to 60/1, before they collapsed and fell to 87/5 in no time. Post drinks break, the sixth wicket stand was broken and the pressure of falling wickets and increasing required run rate meant that the Sundance Academy car was stuck in the middle of the road with flat tires and fell 39 runs short of the target they needed.

The Wolf Pack vs Ye Olde Tonkers
An overrating committed by Ye Olde Tonkers sees The Wolf Pack get the win for this round. A 7 point overrating, which is probably amongst the unluckiest we've ever had in terms of the overrating margin sees an exciting close fixture wash away for Ye Olde Tonkers.

Allmänna Idrottsklubben vs Zambian Goat Herders
Allmänna Idrottsklubben committed a 31 point overrating but that didn't matter as Zambian Goat Herders had pulled off an easy upset regardless. Fifties from Amjad Hadi and Viv Kekovich allowed Allmänna Idrottsklubben to post 264 on a dry deck. Naved Adeel led with his 76 up top whilst a fifty and a forty down the order helped Zambian Goat Herders toward an easy chase.

The Royal vs Wolfberries Too
Batting on a sticky deck is supposed to be tough is what the memo said, but southpaw Shane Grant was apparently on leave when the memos were sent because he played a 92 run knock that defied the sheer logicality and the demons of the pitch, whilst two more batters got to thirty each. This combined with a humongous 22 in extras allowed Wolfberries Too to reach 211 in their fifty. With the ball, Donnell Reibelt got a fifer for Wolfberries Too as The Royal were cleaned up for 153.

Lincolnshire ccc vs Mohito's Mohican XI
Three fifties in the top five allowed Mohito's Mohican XI to set themselves up for a grand total but Lincolnshire ccc made a bit of a comeback in the final few overs, grabbing six wickets in six overs to stop them at 282. Kris Moreau's 134*, combined with his opening partner Reg Eaton's 80 was pretty much the gist of the innings as the two openers blasted the total away.

Peshawar Zalmi(6) vs Karachi Kings(4) [5-2]
Al Khobar Falcons vs Chris Cairns XI
Two mammoth tons and what will remain as one of the quickest and most memorable of innings in Laurens Van Rijk's 58 off 19 balls got Al Khobar Falcons to an unassailable 367 on a green deck. The chase saw Al Khobar Falcons use eight bowlers, as each lad had their try but all Chris Cairns XI could muster was 133, 234 less than what they needed.

Baffling Bulls vs Indian Tigers
Hashim Shariki and Hannan Umar impressed with respective fifties as they carried Indian Tigers to 207 runs, that on the green top with the overcast conditions, was par or rather above. But a pair of eighties from the bats of Marthinus de Beer and Bryan Rukavytsya meant that Baffling Bulls were never in trouble and got the job done with comfort.

Aqrabiyah Antlers vs Instant Impact
An uneven deck was laid out and the humidity present was just making the nine quicks walking out smile and grin with much more intensity. Richard Pitman's 71 and Murad Essa's 82 were the two batters who set the stage up for a decent finish from Gurdeep Lad as Aqrabiyah Antlers posted a respectable 240 on the board. Tjarco Kusters got a fifer for Instant Impact. Charles Kirui's fifty was the rock Instant Impact's innings relied on for nearly 37 overs but his wicket put Instant Impact in a spot of bother, needing further 93 runs from just 81 balls. Skipper Ivor Boak played an impressive hand of 26 as he carried the situation to 32 further needed from 5 overs. Over number 46 saw Archibald Henderson get two wickets to get his four-wicket haul with 2 new batters from the tail needing 23 off the next 4 overs. 6, 4 and 4 plus a wicket was what the next three overs' action was, as the two lads just ran singles and doubles. Instant Impact needed nine off the last six balls and Aravinda Wetharasinghe bowled three dot balls in a row, before ball 4 and 5 leaked singles. 7 were needed off the last ball, and Instant Impact had to tie it, a massive loft was attempted for a six but it landed right in long-off's hands, who went onto drop it but no run was ran and the six run victory was sealed regardless.

Shahzaday11 vs Anahata Jewels
An overrating committed by Shahzaday11 sees Anahata Jewels get the win for this round.

The Dragon Warrior vs Baahubali Cricket Club
An overrating committed by The Dragon Warrior sees Baahubali Cricket Club get the win for this round.

Jacksons Barbers vs Baahubali Cricket Club
Jacksons Barbers skipper Ranjith Govindaswamy won the toss and put DISHKYOMMM!!! into bat. The batting performance was lacklustre as only three players got to double digits with just one crossing 30, and getting 36. The West Indian spin pair in Stanton Gamble and Carl Gall heavily impressed as Gamble bowled with an economy under 2 and Gall struck three wickets to add to the struggle of DISHKYOMMM!!! who were able to post just 144. A very low score to chase was on the board and Jack Dumas' 50 ensured that Jacksons Barbers did not mess the chase up.

Ceylonian Blasters vs RIZWAN Royals (RR)
An unbeaten 163 run stand that comprised of a 138* from opener Amwaa Baugh and a 66* from Amaziah Mac Ojwang allowed RIZWAN Royals to get 240 on a slow surface. Early wickets put pressure on Ceylonian Blasters during the chase but Ethan Egan led the chase with 84* whilst Dinny Botting's contribution of 59* helped Ceylonian Blaster chase with 5 and a half overs to spare.

Points Table

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Team		Wins		Losses		Diff		Points
WIW		24		11		13		8
PZ		17		18		-1		6
QG		18		17		1		4
SL		16		19		-3		4
PI		16		19		-3		4
KK		14		21		-4		4
The final points table saw Peshawar Zalmi qualify with 2 more points than Quetta Gladiators despite Quetta leading in the win difference column. Really goes to show how much it matters where and when you get your wins, because as franchise wins, Peshawar were able to pull off three whilst Quetta had two. Two from three of Quetta's losses were by a 3-4 margin and a win anywhere probably would have seen them qualify. Pulchritudinous Islamabad's final day heroics see them jump to the fifth spot as Sher-e-Lahore take the fourth spot on the head-to-head result. Karachi Kings had a pretty impressive season as well which their bottom-placed finish does not represent, but they have now warmed the wooden spoon for the second season in a row. With all 4 sides not qualifying on 4 points, this statistic very well represents how this season has been amongst the closest, probably the closest since the inception of the friendly structure replacing the old friendly-league structure.

Last season's finalists West Indies Warriors and Peshawar Zalmi qualify for the finals yet again, and if past records are anything to go by, the odds favour Peshawar whilst the pitches would favour West Indies Warriors as they have received the pitch advantage introduced last season which allows them to pick the pitch they'd like.

- Last season, Peshawar Zalmi beat West Indies Warriors and ended top of the table with 10 in 10 points. They also carried the pitch advantage. This season, West Indies Warriors beat Peshawar Zalmi and ended table toppers. Would patterns repeat themselves and allow Peshawar Zalmi to exact revenge for the 7-nil loss that they had earlier in the season?

-Since the inception of the finals, the second placed side has always beaten the table toppers in the finals as Lahore Capra Falconeri (now renamed to Sher-e-Lahore) beat Bangladesh Tigers (now-defunct) in Season 4 and West Indies Warriors beat Peshawar Zalmi in Season 5. Will the stat change or can Peshawar Zalmi keep the trend going?

-The winner of this season's finals will tie with Lahore Capra Falconeri (now renamed to Sher-e-Lahore) for two titles as Peshawar Zalmi had won Season 3 under the Manager Cynic's leadership and West Indies Warriors have a chance for a two in two seasons after the Season 5 title under Maiden50. Manager Shahzaday11 continues to stay the most successful skipper in PSL history with two titles in Seasons 2 and 4.

-If I remember right, both of the previous season's finals have gone down the wire and have been decided by overratings. A 3-2 margin in Season 4 with Lahore Capra Falconeri (now renamed to Sher-e-Lahore) leading would have been won by Bangladesh Tigers (now-defunct) 3-3 as they topped the table, had Sitakunda Leopards not overrated, but that overrating saw skipper Shahzaday11 get the win and the title. Similarly, a slight overrating by KKMM saw skipper Maiden50's Maiden Over CC take the win 4-3 and the title to the Caribbean. Now, will we see yet another season that will be cruelly controlled by the secret math that are match ratings and will the finals match the thrill from the previous two seasons? All will be seen and decided the following week, after the two sides have had a wee little thanksgiving supper.

Speaking of giving thanks, a huge thanks to the skippers for leading the 4 franchises that couldn't make it to the finals for a very memorable season of some amazing computer cricket. The managers taking part and arranging matches every week is heavily appreciated. LoneWolf’s work with keeping check of games and the stats concerning upsets in the tournament has been a delight throughout the run of the tournament. As always, a huge thank you to MOD-wmchamps for organising this tournament and the 105 games of intense cricket and the fun we've had alongside and a good luck for the upcoming week. I hope you've all enjoyed this season of the PSL and will tune in next week for the finals. Yet again, I'd apologise that I haven't been as punctual with the match reports this season, just been a little busier and tired and my brain didn't seem to remember words at times haha:)
Final: West Indies Warriors vs Peshawar Zalmi FTP Week 11 29 Nov - 05 Dec

Platinum: Caterham Crusaders (Bustergut) vs Ceylonian Blasters (KeepItCool) match 5932078- To be played on Dec 4.
Diamond: Kuakata Kings (CricketMadMan56) vs Jacksons Barbers (Cjackson94) match 5932056- To be played on Dec 4.
Gold: United XI (quirkilyalive) vs Dragon Warrior (justforkix) match 5932080- To be played on Dec 5.
Silver: Line and Length (Camel) vs Shahzaday11 (Shahzaday11) match 5932062- To be played on Dec 1.
Bronze: Silly Mid-Off CC (Maddog40) vs Aqrabiyah Antlers (MOD-wmchamps affiliate) match 5932387- To be played on Dec 4.
Youth I: Affiliatey McAffiliateface (MOD-DanAndrew) vs Baffling Bulls (Nee2) match 5932077- To be played on Dec 5.
Youth II: Chicken Stranglers (smemac) vs Al Khobar Falcons (MOD-wmchamps) match 5932243- To be played on Dec 4.
Thank you and do tune in for next week's thriller:)
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Re: PSL 6 Discussion & Sign-ups

Post by Cjackson94 » Sat Nov 27, 2021 8:33 am

Up against my previous team in the final this time round, feel a bit sad but hoping to get the victory for my team.

Let’s make it a good final :thumbsup
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Re: PSL 6 Discussion & Sign-ups

Post by LoneWolf » Sun Nov 28, 2021 1:03 am

Cjackson94 wrote:
Sat Nov 27, 2021 8:33 am
Up against my previous team in the final this time round, feel a bit sad but hoping to get the victory for my team.

Let’s make it a good final :thumbsup
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Re: PSL 6 Discussion & Sign-ups

Post by Shahzaday11 » Wed Dec 01, 2021 6:06 am

Wow! am i the first one to win the final. :lol: :party
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Re: PSL 6 Discussion & Sign-ups

Post by MOD-wmchamps » Wed Dec 01, 2021 8:40 am

Final Day 1 Update

West Indies Warriors (0-1) Peshawar Zalmi

Platinum: Caterham Crusaders (Bustergut) vs Ceylonian Blasters (KeepItCool) https://www.fromthepavilion.org/game.htm?gameId=5932078


Diamond: Kuakata Kings (CricketMadMan56) vs Jacksons Barbers (Cjackson94) https://www.fromthepavilion.org/game.htm?gameId=5932056


Gold: United XI (quirkilyalive) vs Dragon Warrior (justforkix) http://www.fromthepavilion.org/game.htm?gameId=5932080


Silver: Line and Length (Camel) vs Shahzaday11 (Shahzaday11) https://www.fromthepavilion.org/game.htm?gameId=5932062
Shahzaday11 won by 6 wickets

Bronze: Silly Mid-Off CC (Maddog40) vs Aqrabiyah Antlers (MOD-wmchamps affiliate) https://www.fromthepavilion.org/game.htm?gameId=5932387


Youth I: Affiliatey McAffiliateface (MOD-DanAndrew) vs Baffling Bulls (Nee2) https://www.fromthepavilion.org/game.htm?gameId=5932077


Youth II: Chicken Stranglers (smemac) vs Al Khobar Falcons (MOD-wmchamps) https://www.fromthepavilion.org/game.htm?gameId=5932243
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Re: PSL 6 Discussion & Sign-ups

Post by quirkilyalive » Wed Dec 01, 2021 8:56 am

MOD-wmchamps wrote:
Wed Dec 01, 2021 8:40 am
Final Day 1 Update
West Indies Warriors (0-1) Peshawar Zalmi
Gold: United XI (quirkilyalive) vs Dragon Warrior (justforkix) https://www.fromthepavilion.org/game.htm?gameId=5932081
Quite like league stage mate, justforkix and I are playing a ratings check on Saturday and Sunday is the finals fixture: match 5932080. I have chosen a slow deck for the finals:)
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