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  • Steve Blomer
    replied to Proof of Innocence?
    thats the sort of report we need.

    my own experience of non.leauge matches was play started between 1-2 90% of the time.
    ocassional earlier , but not before 12.

    only games to start at 3 or later were 20 over aside or games delayed by rain....
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  • Steve Blomer
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    Not disagreeing with you.

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  • Steve Blomer
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    indeed, my point was someone asked coukd have been a four innings match( what i call a two innings)
    i was suggesting that both innings not be completed, argued against that.

    of course it could simply be that one side slowed the game to ensure a draw..
    at one time the most common...
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  • Steve Blomer
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    For me phil, with no axe to grind on Druitt, i thinks its less obvious than you suggest.

    if he kills Polly at 3.40ish on 31st.
    he does not have return either late on 31st or even on the 1st( start times unknown again)

    i suggest the probability for a non murder woukd be...
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  • Steve Blomer
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    Sorry Chris , I forget we are not all watchers or players.

    The norm is to refer to a game where both sides have one innings as a 1 innings game.
    Limited overs or non first class on the whole.

    Tests , county and first class, where each side bats twice are often if not...
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  • Steve Blomer
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    Again a nice find.
    I suspect we will find all variations on starting times.

    We need either a full match report, which I think is unlikely, or a full scorecard, almost as unlikely

    Steve...
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  • Steve Blomer
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    Nice find, but times do still vary. But suggesting a later start was likely, at least in the Croyden area....
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  • Steve Blomer
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    Strongly suggesting these were one innings games.
    No indication of end point.

    Alas with out overs bowled here on on 30th no way of knowing time....
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  • Steve Blomer
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    first class games Phil, although this would not be first class, but no resson to think clubs played to different laws( rules in cricket are quaintly called laws)

    https://acscricket.com/?page_id=464...
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  • Steve Blomer
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    Indeed, I had forgotten the change did not occur until 89.
    Such suggests an even faster game.
    I am a cricket expert, and I had forgotten

    Not sure how many games would have attempted a full 4 innings match in one day. Very few if any I suggest, but I stand to be corrected....
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  • Steve Blomer
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    I did wonder myself, it looks as If he may have opened the bowling, if so , and if bowling unchanged we have either 19 or 20 overs min for duration.
    One issue, I understood he was a medium pacer, while on a old sticky almost impossible to bat against, (hence why you see Bradman batting at lower...
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  • Steve Blomer
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    Sadly, it seems the one thing which might give an indication of the match length, including exact start or end times is missing.
    The actual scorecard , not the truncated version found by Joanna, but the full version.
    Which would give the total number of overs bowled. From.which one could...
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  • Steve Blomer
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    Thanks...
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  • Steve Blomer
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    Hi RJ,
    I am normally greatly swayed by hard facts.
    In this case, the only reasonable hard facts are the train times.
    I have seen you mention several.different times for last trains into.London, of course it does not help that there several possible departure points and connections....
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  • Steve Blomer
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    Mike there is another alternative, one i have been working on for a long time now.
    it revolves around the purpose of the memorandum, the true purpose that is.
    this is out of the box . and i an not ready to go public with it at this point.
    so for me its not as simple as Mac lied or...
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