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RoseTinted Brigade Member⭐
Oct 28, 2003
Have a guess....

Sledge_Whites (managed by Sledge_1980)

Current Form - Top of VI.120 with a 100% record, lst in the 1st round of the Cup though.

One to watch - Oz Van dyk. West Indian spinner who has taken 18 wickets at the incredible average of 5.06, which included career best figures of 7-38.

Chances - With 3 level IV teams in this group it's going to be hard to see them reaching the QF's, but they could give the bigger sides a decent game.

The Collective (managed by dave_borg123)

Current Form - 3rd in V.149, having won 3 of their 4 games, reached roud 2 of the cup.

One to watch - John Tudor. Hard-hitting middle order bat who averages 122, scoring his runs with a superb strike rate of 123.23.

Chances - In a very tough group, I think they might struggle to make an impact.

Crabbys Catchers (managed by Crabby)

Current Form - Top of IV.18 with 4 wins out of 4, reached round 5 of the cup. Have won the most games this season along with Southend United.

One to watch - Tristan Lynch. Opening fast bowler, with 31 wickets this season at an average of 9.29. Taken 5 wickets 3 times so far.

Chances - With Southend United still involved in the Cup and therefore forfeiting their 1st game, Crabbys could very easily make the k/o stages.

Exterminators (managed by Jessy)

Current form - 3rd in West Indian IV.14 having won 3 out of 4. Did not qualify for the cup.

One to watch - Toby Griffiths. WK/Bat who averages just under 60, and has taken 5 catches and 3 stumpings.

Chances - Will need to take advantages of the jet-lag that teams will suffer while visting the beautiful islands of Trinidad and Tobago. can't seem them finishing in the top 2.

Southend United (managed by blues_r_best)

Current Form - Top of IV.56 having won 3 games, still in the cup.

One to watch - Danny Bartlett. Renowned opener, has scored 824 runs at 137 including 4 100's.

Chances - Talanted batting side, sometimes let down by their bowlers. Having to give up 1st game against Southend Utd CC could be crucial.

Southend Utd CC (managed by Jev)

Current Form - 3rd in IV.26 only losing 1 game, reached round 5 in the cup.

One to watch - Nathan Shilton. Destructive FM opening bowler, who has taken 27 wickets at 7.52 this season. BB of 5/6 and has taken 5w twice.

Chances - Getting a bye in the 1st game against Southend United, will enhance their prospects of making the quarters. Crucial game against Crabbys will determine final placings.

Prediction - Southend United should be able to win all thier games after thier Week 1 absence, which could lead to a 3-way tie if results go to form. Southend Utd CC's better bowling to overcome Crabbys Catchers, and make it a 1-2 for the 2 Southend teams.

Hope you enjoy reading this and that I haven't offended anyone !!

Good luck to all teams.