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  1. Aislabie Black Belt in Statsguru

    Aislabie
    Moderator PlanetCricket Award Winner Ireland
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    This was the original idea.

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    Affiliated Leagues

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    Border-Gavaskar Trophy (The Author)
    PlanetCricket League (Raghu)


    Okay, I've done my best to link in all of the PC leagues I could find. However, I know that I'm likely to have missed several, so if you have any more please link them in the thread and I'll add them here. Or get a staff member to do it for you.
     
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  2. Aislabie Black Belt in Statsguru

    Aislabie
    Moderator PlanetCricket Award Winner Ireland
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  3. Aislabie Black Belt in Statsguru

    Aislabie
    Moderator PlanetCricket Award Winner Ireland
    Joined:
    Sep 3, 2010
    Location:
    Wales
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    :ire: :ar: Kelby Rogerson

    Ireland, Brisbane Heat, Cape Cobras, Kings Cross Stallions, North Zone, PC Dynamics, Rajasthan Royals, Rest of the World XI, Rutland CCC, South Coast Sharks, USPC Development XI, Warriors

    :bat: Right handed batsman
    :bwl: Leg-spin bowler

    Mat.Inn.N/ORunsAve.BallsSRH/S50+Ovr.RunsWktsAve.Eco.SRBestDiss.
    Tests7-11131831.8073943.082-/1-301.57623223.812.5256.66/38-2
    ODI18-18175044.1295978.21181/4-1357191355.315.3262.32/21-5
    T20I8-829015.0076118.437-/--560230.0012.0015.02/8-1
    First Class16-22369436.53129453.6105*1/4-510.114034829.232.7563.76/38-3
    List A30-266101350.65126480.11181/5-26713683736.975.1243.33/33-8
    Twenty2065-6014129528.151090118.976*-/10-148.310565021.127.1117.84/22-11

    Test Debut - 08 Apr 2015 - Bangladesh v Ireland at Dhaka
    Last Test - 19 Sep 2015 - Netherlands v Ireland at Amsterdam
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    One Day Int Debut - 05 Aug 2014 - West Indies v Ireland at Sabina Park
    Last One Day Int - 06 Oct 2015 - Netherlands v Ireland at Deventer
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    T20 Int Debut - 03 Aug 2014 - West Indies v Ireland at Sabina Park
    Last T20 Int - 28 Aug 2014 - Ireland v Pakistan at Dhaka
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    First-class Debut - 13 May 2014 - Middlesex v Rutland at Lord's
    Last first-class - 19 Sep 2015 - Netherlands v Ireland at Amsterdam
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    List A Debut - 17 Jul 2014 - Guyana Amazon Warriors v Ireland XI at Port of Spain
    Last List A - 06 Oct 2015 - Netherlands v Ireland at Deventer
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    Twenty20 Debut - 08 May 2014 - PC All Stars v PC Dynamics at Wankhede Stadium
    Last Twenty20 - 05 Feb 2015 - Knights v Warriors at The SCG

    Profile
    Kelby Rogerson is the latest in a long line of English bits-and-pieces all-rounders, but is set apart from them by bowling leg-spin, that most un-English of arts, and by not in fact being English. With a short run-up and high action, he achieves convincing turn from a good length and flatter trajectory. When he wields the willow, he usually does it against the older ball with an attacking range of off-side shots. He is ideally suited to the limited overs game, and prefers to bat in the middle order.

    After a brief early stint in the first-class game, he turned his focus to the shortest format, where he found runs and wickets far easier to come by for the Cape Cobras in the Ram Slam. As a result, he was quickly picked up by the Brisbane Heat, Guyana Amazon Warriors and Rajasthan Royals. In particular, a brutal unbeaten 76 announced his arrival on the big stage, and prompted his selection for the full Irish squad.

    He quickly ascended to the captaincy, which he took on in style in the 2014 World Twenty20. His Irish side defeated South Africa, New Zealand and, most notably, the old enemy England on their way to the semi-final stage. Personally, Rogerson had a quiet tournament, bowling only a few overs and playing a supporting role with bat in hand.

    He soon attracted interest in domestic cricket as an overseas signing, and made his debut for North Zone that August. He found little help for his leg-spinners on the flat Indian tracks, but made the most of the conditions by hitting his maiden first-class hundred against West Zone.

    After the World Twenty20, Rogerson travelled to India for the Pepsi IPL. Under his leadership, a fragile-looking Rajasthan Royals made a patchy start to the tournament, and reached the half-way stage in the bottom two. From then on, though, the Royals didn't lose another game, and the franchise won its second Indian Premier League. Rogerson was their player of the tournament, for his leadership and all-round contributions. His biggest contributions were a destructive four for 22 in the Preliminary Final, and a savage 73 not out to win the Grand Final. It is notable that the Royals started winning when Rogerson moved to the top of the order, and his form was so good that he ended up as the tournament's biggest six hitter.

    As Ireland captain, he also went from strength-to-strength, leading his country to the ICC Knockout Cup final, which they narrowly lost to old enemy England. At the international level, Rogerson's bowling seemed diminished, but his batting (benefited by a steady role as opener) was very impressive. Both facets of his game came to the fore, however, in what will forever be remembered as Rogerson's Test: in the second game of the series in the Netherlands, the captain returned figures of 19-8-39-5 in the first innings, followed by a top-score of 82, then backed it up with even better bowling figures of 17.5-7-38-6. It was one of the finest all-round performances in recent Test history.

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  4. Aislabie Black Belt in Statsguru

    Aislabie
    Moderator PlanetCricket Award Winner Ireland
    Joined:
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    Location:
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    :eng: :ar: Kristian Lee
    England, PC United, Arrowheads, Badass Blasters, Flexers, Hampshire

    :bat: Right handed batsman
    :bwl: Right arm fast-medium bowler

    Mat.Inn.N/ORunsAve.H/S50+Ovr.RunsWktsAve.Eco.BestHauls
    Tests11-18426919.2151-/1-43812034427.342.75/1031/-
    ODIs14-10312718.1433*-/--1176121540.805.23/56-/-
    T20Is10-3010.331-/--38282931.337.43/30-/-
    First Class38-6011105721.5763-/3-1321422313531.283.25/412/-
    List A37-291125314.0533*-/--28314794036.975.23/28-/-
    Twenty2019-93284.677-/--705132223.327.34/171/-
    Test Debut - 11 Jan 2013 - PC United vs Afghanistan at SportsFlex
    Last Test - 25 May 2015 - England v Australia at The Oval
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    ODI Debut - 04 Jan 2013 - PC United vs Afghanistan at PC Arena
    Last ODI - 21 Jun 2017 - England v South Africa at Headingley
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    T20I Debut - 07 Jan 2013 - PC United vs Afghanistan at PC Arena
    Last T20I - 15 Jun 2015 - England v Australia at Cardiff
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    First Class Debut - 11 Jan 2013 - PC United vs Afghanistan at SportsFlex
    Last First Class - 25 May 2015 - England v Australia at The Oval
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    List A Debut - 04 Jan 2013 - PC United vs Afghanistan at PC Arena
    Last List A - 21 Jun 2017 - England v South Africa at Headingley
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    Twenty20 Debut - 07 Jan 2013 - PC United vs Afghanistan at PC Arena
    Last Twenty20 - 15 Jun 2015 - England v Australia at Cardiff

    Profile
    Kristian Lee is a gangling seam bowler who was first spotted at an early age as one to watch. Capable of generating prodigious swing both away from and, more rarely, into the batsman, he bowls his stock delivery just short of express pace. Among his variations are numerous slower balls including off- and leg-cutters and a Carrom ball, although none are used as often as his own brand of slower ball that he says he learned from Adam Hollioake. He also has an adept change of length, with bouncers and yorkers delivered at genuinely quick pace.

    With the bat, he was once limited to a blocker and prodder down the order, but has worked hard to turn himself into something of an all-rounder. He now plays spin with good footwork and quick wrists, using his bottom hand to work the gaps in the field, and clear it when necessary.

    When Premier League Cricket found PlanetCricket, he bagged himself a v$94,000 contract with the Arrowheads franchise. He was appointed captain of the franchise, and performed better than his stats suggest on very flat pitches. After those performances, he was quickly elevated to the England captaincy for the Ashes in the winter of 2013-14. He was gutted to lead his country to a 3-2 defeat, but he performed well in a losing cause; never better than his nine-wicket haul in the defeat at Sydney. He did not reprise the England captaincy for the limited overs leg of the tour, recognising the importance of different ideas for different formats. Unfortunately, that was about all the cricketing world got to see of him, as a persistent knee injury looked as if it spelled an end to his career just as he was reaching the top of his game, but, after almost a year out of the game, he made an unexpected return to the Ashes squad.

    In his time out of the game, his batting clearly came a long way, and he can now call himself a genuine all-rounder. Fast forward to 2017, and Lee was named captain for his second Ashes series.
    - 2017

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  5. EyeInTheSky 10 Years at PC Trophy

    EyeInTheSky
    Lannisters NZ.... KKR AFG... India
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    Awesome idea!! My MCC league was really fun to run. May be I will get it back :) Thanks for the awesome trip down the memory lane
     
  6. Aislabie Black Belt in Statsguru

    Aislabie
    Moderator PlanetCricket Award Winner Ireland
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    :wi: :bat: Chris Cortez
    Anguilla, Barbarians, Central Zone

    Right handed batsman
    Occasional medium pace


    Mat.Inn.N/ORunsAve.BallsSRH/S50+Ovr.RunsWktsAve.Eco.SRBestDiss.
    First Class4-8124134.4338862.165-/2----------
    List A3-3113467.0014195.067*-/1---------1
    Twenty204-406516.2562104.835-/-----------
    First-class Debut - 23 Aug 2014 - Central Zone v North Zone at Feroz Shah Kotla
    Last first-class - 07 Sep 2014 - Central Zone v East Zone at Eden Gardens
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    List A Debut - 26 Aug 2014 - Central Zone v South Zone at Chinnaswamy Stadium
    Last List A - 05 Sep 2014 - East Zone v Central Zone at Fapkhede Stadium
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    Twenty20 Debut - 29 Jan 2015 - Barbarians v Warriors at Adelaide Oval
    Last Twenty20 - 03 Feb 2015 - Barbarians v Warriors at The SCG



    Profile

    A dashing opening batsman, Chris Cortez hails from the tiny Caribbean island of Anguilla. A prolific scorer in local club cricket and in the Leeward Islands Twenty20, he looks set to make a success of the step up to the professional game. He was first offered a contract by Central Zone in India as an overseas professional, and passed fifty for the first time in only his second first-class match.

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  7. EyeInTheSky 10 Years at PC Trophy

    EyeInTheSky
    Lannisters NZ.... KKR AFG... India
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    Yes thats right. If I remember correctly there was a thread where PC members used to sign up and information about it used to be taken from that. Wait find and let you know
     
  8. EyeInTheSky 10 Years at PC Trophy

    EyeInTheSky
    Lannisters NZ.... KKR AFG... India
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  9. Aislabie Black Belt in Statsguru

    Aislabie
    Moderator PlanetCricket Award Winner Ireland
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    :sco: :bwl: Randal Woodley
    Scotland, Barbarians, Pirates, West Zone

    Right handed batsman
    Off-spin bowler

    Mat.Inn.N/ORunsAve.BallsSRH/S50+Ovr.RunsWktsAve.Eco.SRBestDiss.
    ODIs1---------/--730130.004.342.01/30--
    First Class4-51469.2016917.825-/--153.2494954.893.2102.13/79--
    List A3-1033.00933.33-/--1875237.504.254.01/27--
    Twenty208---------/--302281120.737.616.43/29-3

    ODI debut - 17 Jan 2015 - New Zealand v Scotland at Dunedin
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    First-class debut
    - 23 Aug 2014 - West Zone v South Zone at Chidambaram Stadium
    Last first-class - 01 Sep 2014 - West Zone v Central Zone at Eden Gardens
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    List A debut - 26 Aug 2014 - North Zone v West Zone at Eden Gardens
    Last List A - 17 Jan 2015 - New Zealand v Scotland at Dunedin

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    Twenty20 debut - 29 Jan 2015 - Barbarians v Warriors at Adelaide Oval
    Last Twenty20 - 14 Feb 2015 - Pirates v Islamabad Panthers at The MCG


    Profile

    He might not be great shakes with the bat, but when it comes to turning a cricket ball there are few in Scotland better than Randal Woodley. While still in his teens, he enjoyed a break-out season in the Western Premier Division for Ayr Cricket Club, taking wickets for fun. That pushed him into the Scottish national pathway, although he must wait behind Majid Haq, and into the professional game. His first contract came with West Zone in India, and he struggled on brutally flat wickets.

    He made his ODI debut in the 2015 Cricket World Cup, and in that game the Scots pulled off a remarkable upset to defeat hosts New Zealand.

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  10. EyeInTheSky 10 Years at PC Trophy

    EyeInTheSky
    Lannisters NZ.... KKR AFG... India
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    Yup, it was super fun and it was super hyped for right reason. :D
     
  11. VC the slogger Staff Member

    VC the slogger
    Moderator Lannisters PlanetCricket Award Winner AFG... India
    AKA:
    Vice-Chancellor
    Joined:
    Aug 23, 2010
    Domestic Team:
    Don't like domestic cricket much
    You should put the PC Ashes in the inactives section. I've finished the Test & ODI legs but just can't be bothered to complete the T20I one.
     
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  12. Pinch hitter ICC Board Member

    Pinch hitter
    RCB... Royal Mavericks India
    AKA:
    Raghu
    Joined:
    Jun 20, 2013
    Red King
    :eng: ENGLAND

    Playing Role: :wkb: Wicket-keeper batsman
    Batting Style: Left-hand bat
    Fielding Position: Wicket-keeper
    Teams: England, India, PC United, Chennai Super Kings, Storm, Islamabad Panthers, PC Dynamic, Victoria Royals, East Zone, Rutland CCC, Terrific Tornadoes, Blue Lions, Warriors, RCB, Melbourne Renegades, Jamaica Tallawahs, Midlands Royals, London Lions, PCL Warriors, Eagles, Sydney Cricket, Tuskes, Team Sulaiman7
    Leagues : PC World Series, Planet Cricket League, ICC CWC 2015, PC Ashes, United States of PlanetCricket, PC Knockout, PCCC 2K14, PC.net in WDS, The Art Of Cricket
    , Rutland County Season, Online T20 Bash, Planet Cricket United, PlanetCricket Nation, PCCL, PlanetCricket Future Tours Programme

    Code:
    	Mat	Inn	NO	Run	HS	Avg	BF	SR	100	50	Ct.	St.
    Test	14	28	0	899	96	32.11	1913	46.99	0	8	20	2
    ODIs	31	29	3	1248	140*	48.00	1551	80.46	2	8	14	0
    T20Is	8	8	2	148	56	24.67	109	135.78	0	1	1	1
    FC	31	60	3	2014	96	35.33	4079	49.37	0	14	67	2
    List-A	50	48	9	2101	140*	53.87	2470	85.06	2	17	29	0
    T20	81	78	9	2010	83	29.13	1611	124.77	0	8	28	12
    
    
     
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  13. RPHKR National Board President

    RPHKR
    AKA:
    PuLee
    Joined:
    Oct 9, 2008
    Great idea Author, I'll try and update my profile.
     
  14. Pinch hitter ICC Board Member

    Pinch hitter
    RCB... Royal Mavericks India
    AKA:
    Raghu
    Joined:
    Jun 20, 2013
    Gayle Storm
    :wi: WEST INDIES

    Playing Role : :bat: Opening Batsman
    Batting Style : Left-hand Bat
    Teams : Hong Kong, Royal Mavericks, Chennai Super Kings, Storm, The Demons, Blasters, Sixers, Planet Cricket Club
    Leagues : The PlanetCricket League 2, PCPL Season 6, PC World Series, PlanetCricket T20, Virtual Players League

    Code:
            Mat	Inn	NO	Run	HS	Avg	BF	SR	100	50	Ct.
    Test	0	0	0	0	0	0.00	0	0.00	0	0	0
    ODIs	0	0	0	0	0	0.00	0	0.00	0	0	0
    T20Is	1	1	0	38	38	38.00	32	118.75	0	0	0
    FC	7	13	1	660	137	55.00	710	92.95	1	4	1
    List-A	17	17	3	665	111	47.50	676	98.37	1	5	7
    T20	41	41	3	1395	117	36.71	934	149.35	1	8	1
    
     
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  15. Ohm Planet Cricket's Robin Hood / TPCL ² Management

    Ohm
    Lannisters
    Joined:
    Aug 29, 2012
    Again you came up with a great idea. Will try to post my profile and stats from only those 2 tests I played in PC Ashes.:p

    Btw, Planet Cricket Cricket Board?
     

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