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FRC - Vics v NSW
A much needed win! after Wednesdays performance.

2008/09 Ford Ranger Cup - Match 28
NSW v VIC, Melbourne Cricket Ground
13 February 2009

NSW  7/245
Run Rate Required: 0.0
VIC  6/246  
Current Match Status: Match Finished
Victoria won by 4 wickets
Batting Score Batting Statistics
Partnership 29 runs, 22 balls, run rate 7.90
Wright, DG 21 15b, 3x4, 0x6, SR: 140.00
Hastings, JW 8 16b, 0x4, 0x6, SR: 50.00
Bowling Bowling Statistics
Last 5 overs:
  .  lb .  1 W  1 | . . . .  2 4 |  2 .  1 1 .  1 |  nb 1 . .  2 4 wd 2 |  lb 4 1
Cockley, BT 0/ 48 (5.3)
Bird, AC 1/ 51 (10.0)
  • 2009-02-13  21:51
    That concludes today's live coverage. Join us again at the MCG on Sunday for Day 1 of the Weet-Bix Sheffield Shield (VIC v NSW).
  • 2009-02-13  21:51
    The Bushrangers win by 4 wickets. Man of this Match is Chris Rogers. Victoria still in with a chance to host the final if Queensland loses against South Australia.
  • 2009-02-13  21:51
    Over 49.3: Cockley to Wright, one run, DROPPED, lofted high in the air to mid wicket. Dropped by Hughes. Wright gets the single.

RTA SpeedBlitz Blues  1st Innings R M B 4 6
Extras 0b, 4lb, 1nb, 8wd 13
Total 7 wickets , 50.0 overs 245
Warner, DA b:McGain 47 67 45 6 0
Hughes, PJ c&b:Wright 48 126 84 4 0
Katich, SM b:Harwood 0 5 6 0 0
Rohrer, BJ c:Crosthwaite    b:McGain 8 13 11 1 0
Thornely, DJ c:McGain    b:Harwood 43 76 61 2 1
Henriques, MC c:Quiney    b:Hastings 38 63 45 2 0
Smith, DLR run out (Nannes)   36 49 35 3 0
Hauritz, NM not out 12 25 14 0 0
Bird, AC not out 0 1 0 0 0
Bollinger, DE            
Cockley, BT            
DNB:
Bollinger, Cockley
FOW:
1-79 ( Warner, 15.2 ov), 2-80 ( Katich, 16.3 ov), 3-89 ( Rohrer, 19.5 ov), 4-130 ( Hughes, 29.4 ov), 5-179 ( Thornely, 38.4 ov), 6-209 ( Henriques, 44.4 ov), 7-244 ( Smith, 49.5 ov),
Bowling O M R W Wd Nb
Nannes, DP 10.0 0 45 0 1 1
Harwood, SM 10.0 0 57 2 2 0
Wright, DG 10.0 0 39 1 0 0
McGain, BE 10.0 0 33 2 0 0
Hodge, BJ 2.0 0 17 0 1 0
Hastings, JW 8.0 0 50 1 4 0


VB Victorian Bushrangers  1st Innings R M B 4 6
Extras 1b, 12lb, 7nb, 8wd 28
Total 6 wickets , 49.3 overs 246
Quiney, RJ b:Hauritz 50 61 50 5 0
Rogers, CJL b:Bird 74 175 109 7 0
Hodge, BJ b:Hauritz 0 2 2 0 0
Wade, MS c:Rohrer    b:Henriques 10 21 17 0 1
Finch, AJ c:Rohrer    b:Henriques 33 49 53 2 1
Crosthwaite, AJ c:Hauritz    b:Bollinger 22 53 41 2 0
Hastings, JW not out 8 34 16 0 0
Wright, DG not out 21 19 15 3 0
Harwood, SM            
McGain, BE            
Nannes, DP            
DNB:
Harwood, McGain, Nannes
FOW:
1-77 ( Quiney, 15.1 ov), 2-77 ( Hodge, 15.3 ov), 3-99 ( Wade, 20.4 ov), 4-154 ( Finch, 32.3 ov), 5-206 ( Rogers, 42.3 ov), 6-217 ( Crosthwaite, 45.5 ov),
Bowling O M R W Wd Nb
Bollinger, DE 10.0 0 43 1 3 0
Cockley, BT 5.3 0 48 0 0 0
Hauritz, NM 10.0 1 35 2 0 0
Bird, AC 10.0 0 51 1 4 7
Henriques, MC 10.0 0 35 2 0 0
Katich, SM 4.0 0 21 0 1 0


12th men: 
Hill, MW ( VB Victorian Bushrangers),  Smith, SPD ( RTA SpeedBlitz Blues)
Umpires: 
Joshua, GC (AUS), Ward, JD (AUS)
Third Umpire: 
-
Match Referee: 
Smith, MM (AUS)
Toss: 
Won By RTA SpeedBlitz Blues
VB Victorian Bushrangers: 
Crosthwaite, AJ   Finch, AJ   Harwood, SM   Hastings, JW   Hill, MW   Hodge, BJ   McGain, BE   Nannes, DP   Quiney, RJ   Rogers, CJL   Wade, MS   Wright, DG  
RTA SpeedBlitz Blues: 
Bird, AC   Bollinger, DE   Cockley, BT   Hauritz, NM   Henriques, MC   Hughes, PJ   Katich, SM   Rohrer, BJ   Smith, DLR   Smith, SPD   Thornely, DJ   Warner, DA  
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http://cricket.com.au/default.aspx?s=news-display&id=15416

[quote]Victoria's embattled batsmen bounced back to defeat New South Wales in a nail-biter by four wickets at the MCG on Friday night but it may not be enough to give the Bushrangers hosting rights in Sunday week's Ford Ranger Cup final.
Led by Chris Rogers, who survived three chances to make 74 off 109 balls, the Bushrangers overhauled New South Wales' 7-245 with just three balls remaining.
It was not the smoothest of victories for Victoria, which lost wickets at crucial stages deep in its run chase.
If not for a 29-run stand between Damien Wright and all-rounder John Hastings, the Bushrangers would have entered the final, likely to be in Brisbane unless the Bulls lose next Wednesday to South Australia, with three straight defeats.
Under pressure, Wright, who earlier claimed 1-39 from 10 overs, made 21 off 15 balls.
He hit the winning runs in dramatic fashion when a dropped chance from Phillip Hughes allowed Wright and Hastings to scamper through for a single.
The win had been set up by Rogers, Rob Quiney, who made a run-a-ball 50, and leg-spinner Bryce McGain.
Playing in his final match for Victoria before heading to South Africa, McGain claimed a tidy 2-33, including the big wicket of David Warner.
Warner, who made 47 off 45 balls in a 79-run opening stand with Phillip Hughes, laid the platform for what should have been a massive Blues' total.
But with five batsmen failing to pass 50 after making decent starts the Blues had to settle for a total under 250.

After losing Warner, Simon Katich and Ben Rohrer in quick succession, the Blues relied on the old head of Dominic Thornely and inexperienced pair Moises Henriques and Daniel Smith.
Given his usual searching examination from the short ball, Thornely survived to make a steady 43 off 61 balls.
Henriques made a brisk 38 but his dismissal in the 45th over prevented him from displaying the heavy hitting which has landed him an IPL contract and a possible international debut on Sunday.
Batting with a runner due to an injury which later prevented him from completing his wicketkeeping duties, Smith hit 36 off 35 balls but could not twist the knife into the Bushrangers at the death.
Quiney gave the Bushrangers hope of a bonus-point victory when he clubbed 16 off Burt Cockley in the sixth over.
But Nathan Hauritz struck twice in three balls, removing Quiney and Brad Hodge to stymie Victoria's charge.
It took a 55-run stand between Aaron Finch, who made 33, and Rogers to return the ascendancy to the home side.
Just when it appeared the Vics would cruise to victory, they lost Rogers and Adam Crosthwaite in quick succession before Wright's heroics with the bat.
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crashlander

Nice to the see the Vic win again. I'd thought they had got the Colliwobbles for a while.

bcarbonaro

I was there as well, great batting by Quiney and Rogers.

Good to see Quiney being given a chance to show his wares for Australia as well, hope he does well.