RYOBI CUP 2013-14
Ryobi Cup 2013-14. Top batter contribution (64.15%) to their team’s score while chasing. Below in yellow highlight is the successful chase by teams(2nd bat -above gfx)
Ryobi Cup 2013-14. Top batter contribution (60.40%) to their team’s score while 1st Bat. Below in yellow highlights the teams winning score while batting first.(below gfx)
For the very first time in history of Australian Domestic limited overs, this tournament (50-over) was held in one state arranged to be played inside a month!.
This is to accommodate BBL which is stretched from mid Dec to mid Feb next year. The tournament started with low scores as first 6 games were played at Bankstown Oval where the weather was more conducive to bowling than batting.
Here is a look at team’s overall performance in Ryobi Cup.
Queensland : Successively defending their title, the Bulls chased down NSW big total of 317 in last over of the game.
Their performance was highlighted by their opening stand which Avg 73, the best in the tournament. U Khwaja their opener, scoring bulk of the runs (426),as none could muster beyond 198 in the tournament. Than there was vital contribution from Lynn & Cutting in the finals allowing the Bulls to chase down big score.
Before this tournament there was huge concern with their batting, especially at the top order and it was exposed in the Champions league held in India this Sept.
In last few years James Hopes their captain use to open their batting, but hardly succeded not scoring a single 50 in last 3 years – for this tournament he moved down the order allowing specialist to open the batting and he with his experience would stabiles fragile lower order.
In bowling everyone contributed with wkts, with Nathan Hauritz being the most economical bowler for them.
Here is a brief analysis of teams in this Ryobi Cup
a) Batting Analysis
|Bat||Mts||Won||Avg||R/O||B/W||1st wkt||Top 4 %|
b) Bowling Analysis
|Bowl||Inns||Wkts||Avg||r/o||b/w||Ler x Lsr|
a) Queensland had 4 x 100 + and 9 x 50 + big partnerships. Below is gfx of each avg of each wkt stand.
b) New South Wales had 4 x 100+ & 10 x 50+ big partnerships. Below is gfx of each avg of each wkt stand.
c) Victoria had only 2 x 100+ & 14 x 50+ big partnerships. Below is gfx of each avg of each wkt stand.
d) South Australia like Victoria had only 2 x 100+ 7 x50 + big partnerships. Below is gfx of each avg of each wkt stand.
e) West Australia had the least big partnerships: 2 x 100+ & 4 x 50 +.Below is gfx of each avg of each wkt stand.
f ) Tasmania had 1 x 100+ and 7 x 50 + big partnerships. Below is gfx of each avg of each wkt stand.
Here is a link to meaning of all ndicators/formula – http://allthatcricket.com/?p=1489