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I have been an M.E. sufferer for a long time now, but sports replay gaming is an easy hobby for me to enjoy. Originally from Canvey Island, Essex, I was introduced to replay gaming a few years ago, leading to my first purchase: Cricket World. Most sports I share will be common, but there are some more obscure replays thrown in. Thank you for visiting and I hope you enjoy your stay. Feel free to say hello! - Chris

Thursday, 30 June 2011

CW 1914/15 (S23) Game 4: New South Wales vs Victoria

New South Wales vs Victoria
Sydney Cricket Ground
23rd, 25th-26th January 1915

Lineups:
New South Wales- W Bardsley, AA Mailey, CG Macartney, FM Farrar, TJE Andrews, JM Taylor, HL Collins, AT Ratcliffe, C Kelleway,EA Bull, JP Flynn

Victoria- RL Park, J Ryder, FA Baring, LA Cody, WW Armstrong, TJ Matthews, VJ Souter, AE Brown, EA McDonald, W Carkeek, H Ironmonger

First Innings
New South Wales' gameplan started relatively well as they used the bowling conditions to skittle Victoria for less than 300-runs. It was tough going for the bowlers early on but they managed to clean up quite efficiently once into the second half of the batting order, allowing one double-digit score, a 31 from AE Brown, through the final six batsmen.

VIC 278
LA Cody 88; J Ryder 47
JP Flynn 4-67; TJE Andrews 2-62

New South Wales lost a wicket before the close of play on day one and another two in the first two overs on the second day. A partnership formed between CG Macartney and TJE Andrews but once they left the crease Victoria returned to a brutal display of bowling.

VIC 278
NSW 135
TJE Andrews 53; CG Macartney 36
H Ironmonger 4-30; WW Armstrong 3-48

Second Innings
The pitch had degraded further when the pitch was inspected on the third morning and Victoria were already 28-3. This time a couple of middle-order batsmen held the fort long enough to put up a difficult total for New South Wales to chase before the tail crumbled once again. JP Flynn was instrumental in NSW's success by becoming the eleventh player to claim seven wickets in an innings; joint-fifth with ex-Victoria star JV Saunders in best innings performance.

VIC 278 + 153
NSW 135
TJ Matthews 52; VJ Souter 33
JP Flynn 7-57; AA Mailey 2-42

AA Mailey was the first victim again, but this time he managed to register a run before making his way back indoors. Things settled down nicely for New South Wales and CG Macartney was again a central part of things, helping to put up a partnership of 129. After his dismissal at the hands of H Ironmonger - claiming his second five-wicket innings in his debut season but again falling one shy of a ten-wicket match - the remaining seven outs all fell for a grand total of 42 runs.


VIC 278 + 153
NSW 135 + 214
CG Macartney 76; FM Farrar 64
H Ironmonger 5-60; EA McDonald 3-38

Victoria win by eighty-two runs.

GIW NFL 2009 Week #14- Denver Broncos @ Indianapolis Colts

Sunday 13th December 2009
Lucas Oil Stadium



1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT F
Broncos 0 0 0 0
0
Colts 14 3 0 7
24


Q Tm Event and Score



1st IND
1YD RUN from Addai





0-7
1st IND
4YD RUN from Manning




0-14
2nd IND
33YD Field Goal (Stover)




0-17
4th IND
5YD PASS from Manning to Wayne

0-24


Team Stats

Broncos
Colts
1st Downs


12
20
3rd Downs


1/11
10/19
Rush-Yards


18
24
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT

26-40-202-0-1
45-66-423-1-0
Net Pass Yards


191
419
Total Yards


220
447
Penalties-Yards


4-40
3-25
Fumbles-Lost


1-1
0-0
Sacked-Yards


2-11
1-4
Turnovers


2
0



Offense

Passing
Rushing Receiving
Name Tm Cm Att Yds TD Int Lng
Att Yds TD Lng
Rec Yds TD Lng
Orton DEN 26 40 202 0 1 19
3 9 0 5




Moreno DEN






5 12 0 4
2 7 0 5
Buckhalter DEN






1 -3 0 -3
2 22 0 17
Marshall DEN











11 80 0 15
Gaffney DEN











3 26 0 14
Royal DEN











2 2 0 5
Schleffler DEN











2 21 0 11
Grahan DEN











2 10 0 5
Stokley DEN











1 15 0 15
Lloyd DEN











1 19 0 19



Passing
Rushing Receiving
Name Tm Cm Att Yds TD Int Lng
Att Yds TD Lng
Rec Yds TD Lng
Manning IND 45 64 423 1 0 53
6 17 1 7




Painter IND 0 2 0 0 0 0









Addai IND






4 10 1 10
7 32 0 13
Brown IND






1 -3 0 -3
2 28 0 16
Wayne IND











8 59 1 21
Clark IND











7 73 0 21
Collie IND











10 70 0 15
Garcon IND











6 127 0 53
Santi IND











2 28 0 16
Hart IND











1 3 0 3
Simpson IND











2 3 0 2




Defence





Def. Interceptions
Fumbles
Name Tm Sck
Int Yds TD Lng
Rec Yds TD
Holliday DEN 1








TEAM DEN






0 0 0













Mathis IND 1








Freeney IND 1








Lacey IND

1 15 0 15



TEAM IND






1 2 0




Kick Returns
Punt Returns
Name Tm Ret Yds Y/R TD LNG
Ret Yds Y/R TD LNG
Royal DEN 4 87 21.75 0 27





Hillis DEN 1 21 21.00 0 21





Smith DEN





1 5 5.00 0 5
McKinley DEN





1 8 8.00 0 8














Rushing IND 1 23 23.00 0 23
2 6 3.00 0 8
Silva IND





1 -5 -5.00 0 -5
Jenninngs IND





1 9 9.00 0 9

Wednesday, 29 June 2011

CW 1914/15 (S23) Game 4: New South Wales vs South Australia

New South Wales vs South Australia
Sydney Cricket Ground
8th-9th, 11th-12th January 1915

Lineups:
New South Wales- W Bardsley, C Kelleway, CG Macartney, TJE Andrews, JM Taylor, HG Pratten, JD Scott, AT Ratcliffe, L Best, LA Minnett, JA Randell


South Australia- ER Mayne, AG Moyes, DM Steele, PD Rundell, HB Willsmore, CE Pellew, WS Stirling, GC Campbell, AP James, WJ Whitty, AW Wright


First Innings
New South Wales lost two wickets in the first session and were looking ok at 104-2 at lunch. Things took a downturn when C Kelleway was caught behind and only TJE Andrews and JD Scott put up respectable scores.


NSW 243
C Kelleway 60; TJE Andrews 44
AP James 4-69; WJ Whitty 3-60


ER Mayne was one of a trio of scoreless players along with the bowlers WJ Whitty and AP James, but the rest of the side looked in fine form. Three players in a row passed the half-century mark, including a very unlucky PD Rundell, before WS Stirling put up his century to help the team storm into a winnable position.


NSW 243
SA 469
WS Stirling 115; PD Rundell 99; AG Moyes 74; DM Steele 53
C Kelleway 3-135; JD Scott 3-126


Second Innings
New South Wales are one defeat away from their first ever winless season in the Sheffield Shield after a crushing loss at home. The first four in the lineup were swiftly dealt with and CG Macartney left with no runs in the match after getting himself run out. A brave stand from two in the middle order only held up the inevitable for a while.


NSW 243 + 208
SA 469
HG Pratten 77; JM Taylor 62
AP James 4-66; WJ Whitty 3-70


South Australia win by an innings and eighteen runs.

GIW NFL 2009 Week #14- St Louis Rams @ Tennessee Titans

Sunday 13th December 2009
LP Field



1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT F
Rams 3 3 0 0
6
Titans 0 10 3 3
16


Q Tm Event and Score



1st StL
33YD Field Goal (Brown, J)



3-0
2nd TEN 12YD PASS from Collins to Gage


3-7
2nd StL
29YD Field Goal (Brown, J)



6-7
2nd TEN 23YD Field Goal (Bironas)




6-10
3rd TEN 49YD Field Goal (Bironas)




6-13
4th TEN 33YD Field Goal (Bironas)




6-16


Team Stats

Rams
Titans
1st Downs


15
14
3rd Downs


4/15
7/17
Rush-Yards


68
123
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT

23-45-158-0-1
17-31-193-1-0
Net Pass Yards


142
193
Total Yards


226
316
Penalties-Yards


3-45
9-60
Fumbles-Lost


0-0
1-1
Sacked-Yards


3-16
0-0
Turnovers


1
1



Offense

Passing
Rushing Receiving
Name Tm Cm Att Yds TD Int Lng
Att Yds TD Lng
Rec Yds TD Lng
Bulger StL 23 45 158 0 1 20
7 11 0 6




Jackson StL






7 39 0 19
3 27 0 16
Gado StL






1 4 0 4
1 2 0 2
Boller StL






1 14 0 14




Avery StL











2 13 0 8
Amendola StL











5 24 0 16
McMichael StL











5 35 0 18
Burton StL











4 37 0 20
Robinson StL











2 22 0 11
Karney StL











1 -2 0 -2



Passing
Rushing Receiving
Name Tm Cm Att Yds TD Int Lng
Att Yds TD Lng
Rec Yds TD Lng
Collins TEN 17 31 193 1 0 46
7 4 0 2




Johnson TEN






18 83 0 19
3 26 0 17
White TEN






4 18 0 16




Young TEN






3 26 0 12




Washington TEN











2 66 0 46
Britt TEN











4 36 0 16
Gage TEN











3 28 1 12
Crumpler TEN











3 23 0 15
Hall TEN











1 7 0 7
Cook TEN











1 7 0 7




Defence





Def. Interceptions
Fumbles
Name Tm Sck
Int Yds TD Lng
Rec Yds TD
TEAM StL






1 2 0













Bosch TEN 2








Brown, T TEN 1








Hood TEN

1 32 0 32



TEAM TEN






0 0 0




Kick Returns
Punt Returns
Name Tm Ret Yds Y/R TD LNG
Ret Yds Y/R TD LNG
Amendola StL 5 106 21.20 0 30
2 14 7.00 0 12














Britt TEN 2 57 28.50 0 31





Jones TEN 1 19 19.00 0 19





Pearman TEN





1 13 13.00 0 13
Finnegan TEN





3 35 11.66 0 15

Tuesday, 28 June 2011

CW 1914/15 (S23) Game 3: Victoria vs South Australia

Victoria vs South Australia
Melbourne Cricket Ground
1st-2nd, 4th January 1915

Lineups:
Victoria- RL Park, J Ryder, FA Baring, VS Ransford, WW Armstrong, HHG Bracher, TJ Matthews, VJ souter, W Carkeek, WM Allen, H Ironmonger

South Australia- ER Mayne, GC Campbell, DM Steele, AG Moyes, PD Rundell, CE Pellew, HB Willsmore, WS Stirling, AP James, WJ Whitty, AW Wright


First Innings
After AW Wright trapped both openers leg before wicket for just seven runs the momentum swung around with Victoria racing off past 300 through the first day's play with half their wickets remaining. They did not last long after lunch thanks to a limp tail, but the middle order had put in a good performance to frustrate the visitors.

VIC 442
FA Baring 131' WW Armstrong 94; HHG Bracher 59
WJ Whitty 3-127; AP James 2-72

ER Mayne's single run was more than five of his teammates could even manage, but a half-century at least got them into the respectability of a triple-digit score before the final five batsmen slouched out for a single run between them.

VIC 442
SA 143
AG Moyes 50; GC Campbell 38
J Ryder 4-36; H Ironmonger 3-43

Second Innings
Things started on an even worse footing for South Australia when they quickly found themselves 24-5 with DM Steele leaving with his second duck of the match from the third spot on the lineup. Three of the other four ducks from the first innings managed to put up runs on the board, and even had a partnership of over a hundred for the eighth wicket, but overall the Victorian bowlers proved to be unstoppable.

VIC 442
SA 143 + 195
WS Stirling 69; AP James 46
WW Armstrong 4-46; J Ryder 3-67

Victoria win by an innings and one-hundred-and-four runs

GIW NFL 2009 Week #14- Green Bay Packers @ Chicago Bears

Sunday 13th December 2009
Soldier Field



1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT F
Packers 7 0 7 14
28
Bears 0 7 0 0
7


Q Tm Event and Score



1st GB
12YD PASS from Rodgers to Driver

7-0
2nd CHI
1YD RUN from Hester




7-7
3rd GB
5YD RUN from Green





14-7
4th GB
8YD PASS from Rodgers to Driver


21-7
4th GB
12YD PASS from Rodgers to Nelson

28-7


Team Stats

Packers
Bears
1st Downs


21
11
3rd Downs


9/16
4/12
Rush-Yards


49
50
Comp-Att-Yd-TD-INT

26-59-364-3-1
15-32-159-0-3
Net Pass Yards


328
130
Total Yards


413
209
Penalties-Yards


5-60
3-35
Fumbles-Lost


0-0
3-1
Sacked-Yards


6-36
5-29
Turnovers


1
4



Offense

Passing
Rushing Receiving
Name Tm Cm Att Yds TD Int Lng
Att Yds TD Lng
Rec Yds TD Lng
Rodgers GB 36 59 364 3 1 26
2 6 0 6




Grant GB






6 24 0 8
2 3 0 2
Green GB






1 5 1 5
1 7 0 7
Jackson GB






2 8 0 4
2 7 0 7
Flynn GB






2 6 0 5




Driver GB











10 133 2 25
Jennings GB











8 87 0 18
Finley GB











3 19 0 14
Lee GB











2 34 0 26
Jones GB











3 44 0 18
Nelson GB











3 30 1 13
Kuhn GB











1 0 0 0



Passing
Rushing Receiving
Name Tm Cm Att Yds TD Int Lng
Att Yds TD Lng
Rec Yds TD Lng
Cutler CHI 14 31 153 0 3 21
6 23 0 8




Maynard CHI 1 1 6 0 0 6









Forte CHI






6 16 0 4
3 20 0 7
Bell CHI






2 10 0 7




Hester CHI






1 1 1 1
1 5 0 5
Olsen CHI











4 62 0 20
Knox CHI











3 39 0 21
Aromashodu CHI











1 0 0 0
Davis, K CHI











2 30 0 15
McKie CHI











1 3 0 3




Defence





Def. Interceptions
Fumbles
Name Tm Sck
Int Yds TD Lng
Rec Yds TD
Kampman GB 1








Woodson GB 1
1 14 0 14



Matthews GB 3








Bush GB

1 5 0 5



Jolly GB

1 7 0 7



TEAM GB






1 8 0













Anderson CHI 3








Manning CHI 1








Brown CHI 1








Afalva CHI 1








Hillenmeyer CHI

1 16 0 16



TEAM CHI






2 0 0




Kick Returns
Punt Returns
Name Tm Ret Yds Y/R TD LNG
Ret Yds Y/R TD LNG
Nelson GB 2 48 29.00 0 29
1 14 14.00 0 14
Williams GB





2 13 6.50 0 13
Blackmon GB





1 7 7.00 0 7
Woodson GB





1 7 7.00 0 7














Knox CHI 3 80 26.66 0 28





Manning CHI 2 64 32.00 0 33





Hester CHI





3 27 9.00 0 15
Bennett CHI





1 17 17.00 0 17