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Re: PSL 6 Sign-ups and Banter

Post by Maiden50 » Wed Apr 07, 2021 3:58 pm

wolfberries wrote:
Wed Apr 07, 2021 11:16 am
MOD-wmchamps wrote:
Wed Apr 07, 2021 11:07 am

I will get with their captain about this.

Do you have another free day this week to send a challenge?
I've sent one for this Saturday.
Apologies he doesn't login often, I've sent him a mail, hopefully will get sorted
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Re: PSL 6 Sign-ups and Banter

Post by wolfberries » Wed Apr 07, 2021 4:39 pm

Maiden50 wrote:
Wed Apr 07, 2021 3:58 pm
Apologies he doesn't login often, I've sent him a mail, hopefully will get sorted
Cheers, all sorted now.

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Re: PSL 6 Sign-ups and Banter

Post by MOD-wmchamps » Thu Apr 08, 2021 3:21 am

Round 4 Results so far

Peshawar Zalmi (4-2) Quetta Gladiators

The Bengals (PZ) won by 6 wickets
Al Khobar Falcons (PZ) won by 5 wickets
The Hybrid Dolphins (PZ) won by 2 wickets
Aqrabiyah Antlers (PZ) are awarded the win due to opponent overrating
ST 96 (QG) are awarded the win due to opponent overrating
Afghan=Good (QG) won by 100 runs

Karachi Kings (2-4) Bangladesh Tigers

Almost (KK) won by 3 wickets
Deep Points (KK) won by 6 wickets
South Lanarkshire Rapids (BT) won by 181 runs
Irvine Renegades (BT) won by 47 runs
Sitakunda Leopards (BT) are awarded the win due to opponent overrating
Brew Boys (BT) won by 36 runs

Lahore Capra Falconeri (3-3) West Indies Warriors

Caterham Crusaders (WIW) won by 5 wickets
Blade Brakers (LCF) won by 17 runs
Maiden Over CC (WIW) won by 5 wickets
Shahzaday11 (LCF) won by 76 runs
The Mean Machine (WIW) won by 5 wickets
Mohun Bagan (LCF) won by 25 runs

Zalmi are finally on the table with their first win of the season while we witnessed a thrilling tie between Lahore and the Warriors.
Karachi missed a golden opportunity to get a point against the mighty Tigers as the Aggressive Vegetables narrowly went over the rating limit.
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Re: PSL 6 Sign-ups and Banter

Post by Madcarrot » Sat Apr 10, 2021 2:34 pm

I'm sorry for going over the limit! Disappointed because they played 0 spinners on a dry and I probably would have won anyway

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Re: PSL 6 Sign-ups and Banter

Post by Brunel37 » Sat Apr 10, 2021 5:13 pm

Madcarrot wrote:
Sat Apr 10, 2021 2:34 pm
I'm sorry for going over the limit! Disappointed because they played 0 spinners on a dry and I probably would have won anyway
Haha! I didn't have any spinners to use... You absolutely smashed me though and, like you said, I think you still would have done so if you had got under the ratings.
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Re: PSL 6 Sign-ups and Banter

Post by Madcarrot » Sun Apr 11, 2021 6:53 am

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Got my ratings under 160k, too bad the tigers didn't.
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Re: PSL 6 Sign-ups and Banter

Post by MOD-wmchamps » Sun Apr 11, 2021 9:31 am

Round 3 Results updated

Peshawar Zalmi (0-6) West Indies Warriors

Caterham Crusaders (WIW) won by 7 wickets
The Mean Machine (WIW) won by 129 runs
Silly Mid-On CC (WIW) won by 1 wicket
Maiden Over CC (WIW) won by 7 runs
United XI (WIW) won by 22 runs
The Tourists (WIW) won by 177 runs

Lahore Capra Falconeri (2-4) Bangladesh Tigers

Cover point (LCF) won by 3 wickets
Hoarders CC (BT) won by 7 wickets
South Lanarkshire Rapids (BT) won by 81 runs
Irvine Renegades (BT) won by 45 runs
Shahzaday11 (LCF) won by 5 wickets
Brew Boys (BT) won by 6 wickets

Karachi Kings (3-3) Quetta Gladiators

Almost (KK) won by 16 runs
Deep Points (KK) won by 43 runs
Jacksons Barbers (QG) won by 1 run
ST 96 (QG) won by 7 wickets
Aggressive Vegetables (KK) are awarded the win due to opponent overrating
Afghan=Good (QG) won by 6 wickets
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Re: PSL 6 Sign-ups and Banter

Post by MOD-wmchamps » Mon Apr 12, 2021 3:04 am

Points Table after Round 4

1: Bangladesh Tigers 8 points (18-6)
2: West Indies Warriors 5 points (16-8)
3: Lahore Capra Falconeri 4 points (13-11)
4: Karachi Kings 3 points (10-14)
5: Quetta Gladiators 2 points (9-15)
6: Peshawar Zalmi 2 points (6-18)

Round 1

Peshawar Zalmi (2-4) Karachi Kings
Lahore Capra Falconeri (3-3) Quetta Gladiators (Tie = 1 point each)
West Indies Warriors (2-4) Bangladesh Tigers

Round 2

Bangladesh Tigers (6-0) Peshawar Zalmi
Karachi Kings (1-5) Lahore Capra Falconeri
Quetta Gladiators (1-5) West Indies Warriors

Round 3

Peshawar Zalmi (0-6) West Indies Warriors
Lahore Capra Falconeri (2-4) Bangladesh Tigers
Karachi Kings (3-3) Quetta Gladiators (Tie = 1 point each)

Round 4

Peshawar Zalmi (4-2) Quetta Gladiators
Karachi Kings (2-4) Bangladesh Tigers
Lahore Capra Falconeri (3-3) West Indies Warriors (Tie = 1 point each)

With the final round of matches approaching, Peshawar and Quetta are knocked out of the race for the final while the Tigers have secured their spot as the number 1 team.

We have 3 teams in the race for the 2nd and for the Warriors the equation is simple, win or tie next week and qualify for the final.
They are still in with a shout if they lose though, then for them to go through they need to avoid losing 0-6 to Karachi.

For Lahore they need to win and they also need the following to occur:
-Warriors lose against Karachi
-If Warriors tie against Karachi then Lahore needs a 6-0 win

Karachi has the most difficult task of all, as they need to win 6-0 against the Warriors and hope for Lahore to lose or tie.
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Re: PSL 6 Sign-ups and Banter

Post by quirkilyalive » Mon Apr 12, 2021 10:07 am

PSL 6 Round 4 Summaries
The fourth round of the Pakistan Super League Season 6 saw Bangladesh Tigers confirm their spot in the finals, whilst Quetta Gladiators' loss in their final Round 3 match, and to Peshawar Zalmi in Round 4 has knocked them out of contention for the final spot as well.

Round 3 Match:
Aggressive Vegetables CC(KK) vs TRAL TIGERS (QG)
An overrating by TRAL TIGERS meant that Aggressive Vegetables CC have won the game for their franchise, and tied the results on 3 wins each. Both teams shared a point.

Points Table at the end of Round 3 matches
Bangladesh Tigers(BT) 6 points: 14 wins, 4 losses
Karachi Kings(KK) 3 points: 8 wins, 10 losses
Lahore Capra Falconeri(LCF) 3 points: 10 wins, 8 losses
Peshawar Zalmi(PZ) 0 points: 2 wins, 16 losses
Quetta Gladiators(QG) 2 points: 7 wins, 11 losses
West Indies Warriors(WIW) 4 points: 13 wins, 5 losses

Round 4 of the league saw West Indies Warriors and Lahore Capra Falconeri be involved in closely-fought round in their battle to end in the top two alongside the Bangladesh Tigers who have trampled yet another opponent to confirm their spot in the finals and a top of the table finish for themselves. Peshawar Zalmi, the defending champions, saw light at the end of the tunnel, grabbing their first two points to get on the points table.

Bangladesh Tigers(8) vs Karachi Kings(3)
Brew Boys vs Shorkot Stallions
Despite Aden Jubair's 4-fer, fifties from Christian Earnshaw and Asif Rafique carried the Brew Boys to 245 runs in their 40 overs on the crumbling pitch they had. In what was always a tough chase, Shorkot Stallions were faced by Sahad Amin, whose four wicket performance trumped Artagral Burki's 89, restricting Shorkot Stallions to 209.

Sitakunda Leopards vs Aggressive Vegetables CC
Sitakunda Leopards were handed a thumping by Aggressive Vegetables CC, but an overrating sees them grabbing a win for the Bangladesh Tigers.

Irvine Renegades vs Afridi XI
Carried by four of their batsmen getting to the fearful forties, and tailender Daly Furlong's 32-run blitz at the end, that had one shot-of-the-round nominee maximum in it, Irvine Renegades managed to post 283 runs on a grassy greenish track. Afridi XI lost 2 quick wickets in the powerplay, but Asghar Bhatti and Daniel Shahnawaz brought the innings back on track with a 144-run partnership. Needing 106 runs off of the next thirteen overs, Afridi XI batsmen decided to be part of a tradition that encapsulates PSL, nay FTP, nay cricket, in all shape and forms, and they collapsed 47 runs away from the target.

South Lanarkshire Rapids vs Hasraz A
Afifi Abdellah outscored Hasraz A's entire total, as the devil's land(flat tracks) gave us an innings that will be a PSL classic. Afifi Abdellah's 195 had 17 boundaries that took South Lanarkshire Rapids to 353. In response, Laurens Ditchburn hit an inspired half-century, but chasing a mammoth total, the rest of the line-up could not answer the swing and seam that Edison Morton possessed, as he scalped a five-wicket haul, cleaning Hasraz A up for 172.

Hoarders CC vs Deep Points
Green tracks are a mystery of their own, and this particular example showcases just why. Put into bat, Hoarders CC had 4 batsmen get to 20+ runs, with 37 being the highest score. Some resistance from their tail got them through to 208, passing the 200 barrier. The chase had Matthew Fleetwood's street smarts from all his time playing in his backyard come in handy for Deep Points as his 96 carried them through to 209 with 5 overs to spare.

Glen Fruin vs Almost
Rajib Dildar's 52 got Glen Fruin to 131 on a crumbling pitch, and under windy weather, but the below par score was a tough ask to defend. Some decent bowling from Glen Fruin, alongside some pieces of absolutely enthralling fielding had Almost 7 wickets down in the chase. The final hope was captain Jamshed Kumbla, and he delivered with a gritty 32*(68), finishing the chase off before the eighth wicket could fall.

Lahore Capra Falconeri(4) vs West Indies Warriors(5)
Mohun Bagan vs The Tourists
Opting to bat first, Mohun Bagan batsmen utilised themselves well against Daniyal Abdullah's spin, who ended up going for 9.5 an over, but succumbed to late inswingers that Allan Ali bowled, as he returned with the figures of 4/17. Chasing 227 runs on a sticky surface is always tough, and it gets tougher when Alvin Inniss' magnificent 83 is washed away by the entire middle order returning with 11 runs each. The Tourists fell 25 runs short after Alvin Inniss got out before the final five overs.

Shahzaday11 vs United XI
On a flat deck, a century from Khalas Majid, accompanied by quick fifties from Shams Usman and Allahditta Mannan carried Shahzaday11 to a dominant 327. In the chase, a quick start for United XI was cut short, with both the openers getting out in quick span of time. Recuperating from this loss, United XI batsmen allowed the required run rate to go overboard, and could not pull it back in time. They were handed a 76-run loss.

wolfberries vs Maiden Over CC
Electing to bat first on a green deck, wolfberries were decimated to 48/2 in the powerplay. Forties from the two batsmen in the middle order set stage for a beautiful 86* off 81 balls from Frank Hills bat. A target of 250 runs was set, and the four pronged medium pace attack that wolfberries possessed was tough to get boundaries against. Fifties from Nolan Fernandez and Kieran Sloan were well-supported by a 85 run unbeaten stand off barely 66 balls between Ariyapala Darling and Davon Pierre that got Maiden Over CC over the line with 2 balls to spare.

Blade Brakers vs Silly Mid-On CC
Blade Brakers posted 217 runs on the board, with their attack being led by a glacial 64 runs off 112 balls innings from Ricky Penrose. During the chase, Silly Mid-On CC had a clear lack of partnerships, with 42 being the highest stand that they had. This continuous fall of wickets had them bowled out at 200, 17 far from the target.

Wolfberries Too vs The Mean Machine
On a sticky track, Wolfberries Too had a lack of a heroic innings that could carry them to a decent total, but instead a few 20's and 30's got them to 154. 150-odd runs on a sticky track can be a wildcard, and had Wolfberries Too been able to trigger a collapse, the game might've been theirs to celebrate. But, unluckily for them, after pinning The Mean Machine 3 wickets down, under 50 runs, Aussie Andy Beales counter-attacked their plans, and hit a fifty that led the innings to a fruitful chase.

Cover point vs Caterham Crusaders
Greenish tracks look absolutely photogenic under the sun. In what was a happy day for the photographers on ground, the batsmen wished they could've said the same. Aside from Kiwi Shontayne John's 60(74), that also had a few cracking shots for the album, Cover point's batting innings was quite in the shambles. Chasing 194, Caterham Crusaders couldn't say much better about themselves either, after they had 4 quick losses in the first 20 overs. Caterham Crusaders were rather lucky to find 2 heroes, against Cover point's one, as Ismail Menk and Johan Cruyff's half-centuries carried them over the line with 5 wickets still in hand.

Peshawar Zalmi(2) vs Quetta Gladiators(2)
Penguins717 vs Afghan=Good
Fifties from Shujas Abbasi and Aurangzeb Moiz carried Afghan=Good to 244 on a sticky track. Chasing a total of more than run-a-ball, Penguins717 fell victim to the economical spells Afghan=Good had, and weren't able to get ahead of 144. They were an exact heroic ton away from the chase.

Aqrabiyah Antlers vs TRAL TIGERS
Whilst Aqrabiyah Antlers figured out a method to not overrate, their opponents TRAL TIGERS had 2 losses handed to them this week due to overrating. The highlights reel of this match would still include the classic finisher innings that Jamil Balouch and Shane Hathorn played for Aqrabiyah Antlers and TRAL TIGERS repectively.

Harrow CC vs ST 96
An overrating by Harrow CC puts Lee Newton's five-wicket haul and a Hunais Shrath ton to vain.

The Hybrid Dolphins vs Jacksons Barbers
Fifties from three Jacksons Barbers batsmen in Inverarity, Brasher and Saadat Ali, accompanied by an Andy Beauvais blitz at the end allowed them to post 316 on a hard deck. The chase was beginning to flutter after The Hybrid Dolphins lost two quick wickets in the first five overs, and another one by the drinks break. But a 166-run stand between Bob Landry and Jack Meadows, that included a ton from Landry's bat, got them 42 runs away from the target. The lower-middle order and the allrounders gave the chase the finishing touches and The Hybrid Dolphins had a win against their name.

Al Khobar Falcons vs Bottybotbots
A Will Connolly special on a flat deck had Bottybotbots pinned down for 210 runs, as his five-wicket haul ran through their middle order. The chase began cautiously, and Al Khobar Falcons lost one opener in the final over of the powerplay. Vivalyn Hector and Kent Moss' fifties, brought them closer to the target, and the long Al Khobar Falcons tail had an easy chase to finish.

The Bengals vs Allmänna Idrottsklubben
On a hard deck, fifties from Alexander Hastie and Siripala Schaffter got Allmänna Idrottsklubben to 240 runs. Whilst chasing, The Bengals were well-equipped with fifties from Angelo Mathews and Jaul Ghayth, and forties from Bob van der Bilt and Logan Charles, which carried them over the line with 31 balls to spare.

Bangladesh Tigers(BT) 8 points: 18 wins, 6 losses
Karachi Kings(KK) 3 points: 10 wins, 14 losses
Lahore Capra Falconeri(LCF) 4 points: 13 wins, 11 losses
Peshawar Zalmi(PZ) 2 points: 6 wins, 18 losses
Quetta Gladiators(QG) 2 points: 9 wins, 15 losses
West Indies Warriors(WIW) 5 points: 16 wins, 8 losses

Scenarios
Bangladesh Tigers
With 8 points in their bag, Bangladesh Tigers have not only confirmed a spot in the finals, but also the fact that they end table-toppers for the season. Who will be the second team in the top two is yet to be confirmed.

Peshawar Zalmi
Knocked out from the running for a spot in the top two in the last round, a win this round, sets them up for a good opportunity to end third or fourth and not have to fight the battle to avoid the wooden spoon.

Quetta Gladiators
The already knocked out Peshawar Zalmi pulled Quetta Gladiators alongside them, as the best Quetta Gladiators can now manage is 4 points. This will take them to the third spot at best, if a lot of other results go their way.

Now, we get to the eye-scorching scenarios for the second spot in the finals.
Karachi Kings
Karachi Kings play West Indies Warriors in the final round, and being placed at 3 points currently, they need to beat West Indies Warriors by a 6-0 margin to get to 5 points and 16 wins to tie with WIW. The H2H result in such a scenario would favour Karachi Kings to the top two. They also need to hope Lahore Capra Falconeri lose their match.

If LCF tie their match, then they end up with 5 points and 16 wins for a three-way tie. The scenario is the least likely one, but the writer believes, that in a three-way H2H between KK, WIW and LCF, LCF go through to the top two, having beaten one of these sides, and tied with the other.

Karachi Kings are currently at 3 points, and with PZ and QG at 2, both of these sides have a shot to push them to the bottom two.

Lahore Capra Falconeri
Currently at 4 points, the best Lahore Capra Falconeri can manage is 6 points. If WIW win, they get to seven points and win the second spot in the finals for themselves. Incase, WIW lose to KK, by any margin, and LCF win their match against PZ, LCF qualify into the top two.

If WIW tie their match against KK 3-3, they'll end up with 19 wins. LCF need to win 6-0 to end up with the same number of wins. Incase, WIW and LCF tie at 6 points with 19 wins, their H2H was also a tie, so the writer has no idea what will happen then. Yet again, the scenario is a bit far-fetched.

Currently at 4 points, it is unlikely, but wins for PZ, QG and KK, can take them to four or five points, and knock Lahore Capra Falconeri to the bottom two. Having 13 wins already means that they'll have to lose big, whilst their opponents will have to win big to pull them to the bottom two.

West Indies Warriors
A win in the final round takes West Indies Warriors to 7 points, and they qualify for the final round in the top two, with no other results to interrupt.

If WIW tie, and LCF win, then both sides will be at six points, and that scenario was presented in LCF's segment.

If WIW lose to KK, then a margin of less than 6-0 still keeps them above KK on the number of wins, and a loss or a tie for LCF still allows WIW to qualify for the top two as they'd have more than 19 wins, whilst LCF's tie gives them 19 wins.

If WIW lose to KK by 6-0 margin, then KK will be placed ahead of them. A loss for LCF takes KK into the finals, but a win/tie for LCF takes LCF into the finals.

Already on five points, there is no way that WIW can be pushed into the bottom two. The worst they can end at this stage is fourth on the leaderboard.


This gets us done with the scenarios. The scenarios assume that number of wins would be the first tiebreaker followed by the H2H result. The scenarios also do not consider what would happen to the number of wins if an individual game, like United XI(WIW) vs Aggressive Vegetables CC(KK) ends up as a tie. Apologies for the pain your eyes might've suffered due to the scenarios, especially the far-fetched ones that I still considered. MOD-wmchamps has posted a much more clean and precise scenario text than mine, which seemed to be hopped up on stuff (like coffee or toffee, not anything more)

Also, congratulations to the Bangladesh Tigers on ending up as table-toppers on their debut season.
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Re: PSL 6 Sign-ups and Banter

Post by quirkilyalive » Tue Apr 13, 2021 11:13 am

Week 5 fixtures.
Round 5 (Week 8 ) Apr 12-18

Lahore Capra Falconeri vs Peshawar Zalmi

Cover point (Btuli) vs The Bengals (bura)
Wolfberries Too (wolfberries affiliate) vs Al Khobar Falcons (wmchamps) https://www.fromthepavilion.org/game.htm?gameId=5720226
Blade Brakers (drag0on) vs The Hybrid Dolphins (Cynic) Captain https://www.fromthepavilion.org/gamedet ... Id=5720227
wolfberries (wolfberries) vs Harrow CC (ptrk) http://www.fromthepavilion.org/game.htm?gameId=5720231
Shahzaday11 (Shahzaday11) vs Aqrabiyah Antlers (wmchamps affiliate) https://www.fromthepavilion.org/gamedet ... Id=5719647
Mohun Bagan (apsinha) vs Penguins717 (MRNS74) https://www.fromthepavilion.org/gamedet ... Id=5720295

Karachi Kings vs West Indies Warriors

Almost (rkpny) vs Caterham Crusaders (Bustergut) https://www.fromthepavilion.org/gamedet ... Id=5720556
Deep Points (Worm) vs The Mean Machine (Jugs) https://www.fromthepavilion.org/gamedet ... Id=5720721
Hasraz A (hasraz) vs Silly Mid-On CC (Maddog40) https://www.fromthepavilion.org/gamedet ... Id=5720565
Afridi XI (Boom83) vs Maiden Over CC (Maiden50) https://www.fromthepavilion.org/gamedet ... Id=5720522
Aggressive Vegetables CC (Madcarrot) vs United XI (quirkilyalive) https://www.fromthepavilion.org/gamedet ... Id=5719964
Shorkot Stallions (ABC123YHYH) vs The Tourists (Paul0774) https://www.fromthepavilion.org/gamedet ... Id=5720666

Quetta Gladiators vs Bangladesh Tigers

Allmanna Idrottsklubben (sheikh03) vs Glen Fruin (caradon) https://www.fromthepavilion.org/gamedet ... Id=5720609
Bottybotbots (Bottybot) vs Hoarders CC (Turbz) https://www.fromthepavilion.org/gamedet ... Id=5720586
Jacksons Barbers (Cjackson94) vs South Lanarkshire Rapids (MarkH) https://www.fromthepavilion.org/gamedet ... Id=5720296
ST 96 (tanziraz) vs Irvine Renegades (Dave11) https://www.fromthepavilion.org/gamedet ... Id=5720583
TRAL TIGERS (desperate) vs Sitakunda Leopards (Brunel37) https://www.fromthepavilion.org/gamedet ... Id=5720526
Afghan=Good (muzammil) vs Brew Boys (Chad) https://www.fromthepavilion.org/gamedet ... Id=5720591
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Re: PSL 6 Sign-ups and Banter

Post by Btuli » Tue Apr 13, 2021 12:54 pm

There are no free challenges for Bengals. Bura can you please help to find a free spot?

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Re: PSL 6 Sign-ups and Banter

Post by wolfberries » Tue Apr 13, 2021 1:25 pm

quirkilyalive wrote:
Tue Apr 13, 2021 11:13 am
Week 5 fixtures.
Round 5 (Week 8 ) Apr 12-18

Lahore Capra Falconeri vs Peshawar Zalmi


wolfberries (wolfberries) vs Harrow CC (ptrk) match 5720231
We played on the 11th, do we need to play again?

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Re: PSL 6 Sign-ups and Banter

Post by MOD-wmchamps » Tue Apr 13, 2021 1:33 pm

wolfberries wrote:
Tue Apr 13, 2021 1:25 pm
quirkilyalive wrote:
Tue Apr 13, 2021 11:13 am
Week 5 fixtures.
Round 5 (Week 8 ) Apr 12-18

Lahore Capra Falconeri vs Peshawar Zalmi


wolfberries (wolfberries) vs Harrow CC (ptrk) match 5720231
We played on the 11th, do we need to play again?
Going to update the match links so you are good to go, no need to play again.
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Re: PSL 6 Sign-ups and Banter

Post by MOD-wmchamps » Tue Apr 13, 2021 1:39 pm

Btuli wrote:
Tue Apr 13, 2021 12:54 pm
There are no free challenges for Bengals. Bura can you please help to find a free spot?
He has no free spots as he in the MKMC and also joined two Discord competition leagues.

Organizing team will make a decision on this fixture as the result could have an effect on qualification for the final.
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Re: PSL 6 Sign-ups and Banter

Post by MOD-wmchamps » Wed Apr 14, 2021 9:34 am

Btuli wrote:
Tue Apr 13, 2021 12:54 pm
There are no free challenges for Bengals. Bura can you please help to find a free spot?
UPDATE: Arrange a match this Saturday against his other team (Miss Lanka's) and crowfan can then switch the teams.
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