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Re: SA Youth Pulls

Postby Hellbound81 » Tue Nov 27, 2018 8:31 am

Fantastic player there, Luke, well done! He will be a real beast.

Keep in mind that youth matched give more experience than senior matches, so better to blood young players in those and then to top them off with senior matches where you can accommodate it and as their fatigue allows it. You do not want fatigue to drop too low where it starts effective training.
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Re: SA Youth Pulls

Postby LukeDaywalker » Tue Nov 27, 2018 3:29 pm

Hellbound81 wrote:Fantastic player there, Luke, well done! He will be a real beast.

Keep in mind that youth matched give more experience than senior matches, so better to blood young players in those and then to top them off with senior matches where you can accommodate it and as their fatigue allows it. You do not want fatigue to drop too low where it starts effective training.


Fatigue and trauning, yip , forgot about that.
Thanks for the advice
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Re: SA Youth Pulls

Postby boscorp » Wed Nov 28, 2018 2:29 am

I thought seniors got more experience but regardless,
If you can fit this guy in senior games for extra experience than do it. The fatigue is easily managed to ensure training is at maximum. I will send you a message.
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Re: SA Youth Pulls

Postby Smiddie » Wed Nov 28, 2018 10:35 am

boscorp wrote:I thought seniors got more experience but regardless,
If you can fit this guy in senior games for extra experience than do it. The fatigue is easily managed to ensure training is at maximum. I will send you a message.


Depends on div. But same division. YOD beats SOD. But SOD and YOD is heaps of experience and very easily to maintain. My affiliated team is doing it atm. All rested for today's YOD game. Maybe not fully 100% as i have an AR who is normally revived, so he was probably low sublvls rested.
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Re: SA Youth Pulls

Postby boscorp » Wed Nov 28, 2018 11:11 am

Thanks Smiddie, I agree, any extra exp is worth it.
I've found once endurance is up at reas they recover very quickly.
Anyone else have experience to share? All advice is welcome for discussion.
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Re: SA Youth Pulls

Postby LukeDaywalker » Mon Dec 03, 2018 10:14 am

my pull this week. at first glance seems week but has Points in all the good Areas. wait and see how he developes.
gonna push fielding and tech first 2 Seasons. hopefully get the Amla out of him LOL

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Player Info
16 years | 18.208 rating | 646 $ wage (5% discount)
Left hand batsman | Right arm Fast medium
Talents
Prodigy, Skilled (Bowling)
Nationality
South Africa South Africa
Form reasonable
Fatigue rested
Experience dreadful
Captaincy average

Skills Summary
Batsman poor
Bowler dreadful
Keeper dreadful
Allrounder dreadful

Skills
Batting average
Endurance poor
Bowling dreadful
Technique dreadful
Keeping dreadful
Power average
Fielding ordinary
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Re: SA Youth Pulls

Postby Hellbound81 » Mon Dec 03, 2018 11:05 am

Prodigy will help him catch up.
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Re: SA Youth Pulls

Postby Kaidus » Wed Dec 05, 2018 2:08 pm

Hellbound81 wrote:Prodigy will help him catch up.


If a chunk of that 2.2k spares is in tech then he could be useful but if that's base dreadful even prodigy/deluxe might not be enough to fix the tech gap.
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Re: SA Youth Pulls

Postby boscorp » Sat Dec 08, 2018 11:50 pm

# Player
1 Ferdie Routledge $1,317
2 Raymond Vorster $1,222
3 Tertius Arnold $1,102
4 Charlie Peryman $1,091
5 Brent Dalkin $1,081
6 Cosmas Hlengane $1,076
7 Atholl Berger $1,076
8 McNeil Abood $1,052
9 Antonie Seymore $986
10 Craig van Blommenstein $984

Halfway thru the season is this is the top 10 talent based on wage scouted so far. There are still a good number of South African 16yo's to be recruited in the 2nd half of the season. make sure you get yours for a chance to win some membership.
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Re: SA Youth Pulls

Postby Hellbound81 » Mon Dec 10, 2018 1:44 pm

Coastal Knights >> Brighton Mukomana >> Details

Player Info
16 years | 21,687 rating | $757 wage (5% discount)

Right hand batsman | Right arm Fast medium

Talents Gifted (Technique)
Nationality South Africa South Africa
Form reasonable
Fatigue rested
Experience dreadful
Captaincy dreadful

Skills Summary
Batsman ordinary
Bowler dreadful
Keeper poor
Allrounder poor

Skills
Batting average Endurance poor
Bowling dreadful Technique ordinary
Keeping poor Power average
Fielding dreadful

His low bowling and keeping levels gives a better picture of his rating and power is very solid to start with.
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