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ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 SS Competition

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Corporation Rules The First Competition Of The Year

hum jeet gaye :yay:
^ :nice:
Winners :yay:
Congrats The Corporation :hatsoff: Well Played 7UPs :cheer: JL :cheer: TDH :cheer:
This has been a much better fought team based FL than IPL. Thanks all participants of all teams :two_thumbs_up:
GD winner of first and last match of the tournament :proud: Team TC :band:
:party:
Time for a Victory Speech: :sniffle: Corporation Members have proven that we aspire for perfection and excellence in whatever we do. Absolutely brilliant performance. Just on mark right from start when we were the first on the opening day and are first even now. A brilliant fight for ranks amongst Zakk, G92 and CC ably supported by daily fireworks from Puneet28, Bleed-Blue and BlueBee has taken us where we stand today. Will never ever forget this tournament and thank u all for making this a memorable one for me.:icflove:

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Congrats Scarface :clap: You won it by a great margin :two_thumbs_up:
Congrats Scarface :two_thumbs_up:
scarface:hatsoff:
Congrats to Scarface on winning this
Congrats Scarface for winning this :two_thumbs_up:
Thanks guys :icflove: A special title since WC is the pinnacle of LOI cricket. All the 3 am and 6 am alarms have paid off :cantstop: Special thanks to zakk for getting me into this SS when I was reluctant due to timings :icflove: Little bittersweet since the Seven Ups couldn't win but we gave it everything and that is all anyone could ask really :sad:

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Thanks guys :icflove: A special title since WC is the pinnacle of LOI cricket. All the 3 am and 6 am alarms have paid off :cantstop: Special thanks to zakk for getting me into this SS when I was reluctant due to timings :icflove: Little bittersweet since the Seven Ups couldn't win but we gave it everything and that is all anyone could ask really :sad:
:hatsoff:

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Thanks guys :icflove: A special title since WC is the pinnacle of LOI cricket. All the 3 am and 6 am alarms have paid off :cantstop: Special thanks to zakk for getting me into this SS when I was reluctant due to timings :icflove: Little bittersweet since the Seven Ups couldn't win but we gave it everything and that is all anyone could ask really :sad:
Congrats :hatsoff:

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Thank You to other 6 in Seven Ups Right from beginning of the tourney, we have been behind and chasing the leaders. First it was JL and then Corps. We always kept the chase alive and there was constant pressure on the leaders. After 1st innings of the final, we had a lead of 98 points but then it proved to be a bridge too far. Eventually Smith and Clarke won it for Aus and Corporation too. Top 2, 4 players in top 10 and 5 in top 12 are dream numbers for any team :hatsoff: Koksmayu: An experienced ICF SS, he bailed the team out with his performance on some tough days. Bank on him to save the team when others are having a bad day. Pagalpanti: Set the early momentum for team by leading the charts in the initial games. Topped the Knockout phase which helped great deal in our push for victory during final stages. Ragavender: A daring SS who was never afraid to take risks with unique choices. As the top 10 finish indicates, he came out on top with his unique choices most of the times and provided the team something different to think for each match. Robin: Best newcomer of the tourney was a surprise package. He brought refreshing ideas to the table and could always be trusted upon to deliver. Surely an SS to watch out for in the future. Strike: A very dedicated and passionate SS. He also wouldn't mind getting up at 3 or 6, to get a toss advantage. He had a good grip on saving subs which gave us a crucial sub advantage throughout the tourney. Straight Drive: All know about his SS skills and his top 10 finish despite an indifferent start (26th position) was too good. But more importantly he was a great team man who kept motivating that we could win it. Even risked his own top 3 finish in a bid to make the Seven Ups win. It was great to play with you guys as a team and discuss SS strategies. It truly was an unforgettable tournament with such a close result. Retention rules unfortunately mean we wouldn't be able to retain everybody but will still try to keep the spirit of Seven-Ups through retention.

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Thank You to other 6 in Seven Ups Right from beginning of the tourney, we have been behind and chasing the leaders. First it was JL and then Corps. We always kept the chase alive and there was constant pressure on the leaders. After 1st innings of the final, we had a lead of 98 points but then it proved to be a bridge too far. Eventually Smith and Clarke won it for Aus and Corporation too. Top 2, 4 players in top 10 and 5 in top 12 are dream numbers for any team :hatsoff: Koksmayu: An experienced ICF SS, he bailed the team out with his performance on some tough days. Bank on him to save the team when others are having a bad day. Pagalpanti: Set the early momentum for team by leading the charts in the initial games. Topped the Knockout phase which helped great deal in our push for victory during final stages. Ragavender: A daring SS who was never afraid to take risks with unique choices. As the top 10 finish indicates, he came out on top with his unique choices most of the times and provided the team something different to think for each match. Robin: Best newcomer of the tourney was a surprise package. He brought refreshing ideas to the table and could always be trusted upon to deliver. Surely an SS to watch out for in the future. Strike: A very dedicated and passionate SS. He also wouldn't mind getting up at 3 or 6, to get a toss advantage. He had a good grip on saving subs which gave us a crucial sub advantage throughout the tourney. Straight Drive: All know about his SS skills and his top 10 finish despite an indifferent start (26th position) was too good. But more importantly he was a great team man who kept motivating that we could win it. Even risked his own top 3 finish in a bid to make the Seven Ups win. It was great to play with you guys as a team and discuss SS strategies. It truly was an unforgettable tournament with such a close result. Retention rules unfortunately mean we wouldn't be able to retain everybody but will still try to keep the spirit of Seven-Ups through retention.
Great team performance:nice:.was great playing with u guys

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yes, kudos to everybody actually :two_thumbs_up: this thread had quite a few fun moments :nice:
aadhe per se to bhaag liya tha tu aur fun moments ki baat karta hai :poink: uper se koi team bhi to join nahi ki thi :whack: IPL wale me team me khelna :two_thumbs_up:

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Time for a Victory Speech: :sniffle: Corporation Members have proven that we aspire for perfection and excellence in whatever we do. Absolutely brilliant performance. Just on mark right from start when we were the first on the opening day and are first even now. A brilliant fight for ranks amongst Zakk, G92 and CC ably supported by daily fireworks from Puneet28, Bleed-Blue and BlueBee has taken us where we stand today. Will never ever forget this tournament and thank u all for making this a memorable one for me.:icflove:
Thank You to other 6 in Seven Ups Right from beginning of the tourney, we have been behind and chasing the leaders. First it was JL and then Corps. We always kept the chase alive and there was constant pressure on the leaders. After 1st innings of the final, we had a lead of 98 points but then it proved to be a bridge too far. Eventually Smith and Clarke won it for Aus and Corporation too. Top 2, 4 players in top 10 and 5 in top 12 are dream numbers for any team :hatsoff: Koksmayu: An experienced ICF SS, he bailed the team out with his performance on some tough days. Bank on him to save the team when others are having a bad day. Pagalpanti: Set the early momentum for team by leading the charts in the initial games. Topped the Knockout phase which helped great deal in our push for victory during final stages. Ragavender: A daring SS who was never afraid to take risks with unique choices. As the top 10 finish indicates, he came out on top with his unique choices most of the times and provided the team something different to think for each match. Robin: Best newcomer of the tourney was a surprise package. He brought refreshing ideas to the table and could always be trusted upon to deliver. Surely an SS to watch out for in the future. Strike: A very dedicated and passionate SS. He also wouldn't mind getting up at 3 or 6, to get a toss advantage. He had a good grip on saving subs which gave us a crucial sub advantage throughout the tourney. Straight Drive: All know about his SS skills and his top 10 finish despite an indifferent start (26th position) was too good. But more importantly he was a great team man who kept motivating that we could win it. Even risked his own top 3 finish in a bid to make the Seven Ups win. It was great to play with you guys as a team and discuss SS strategies. It truly was an unforgettable tournament with such a close result. Retention rules unfortunately mean we wouldn't be able to retain everybody but will still try to keep the spirit of Seven-Ups through retention.
:hatsoff::two_thumbs_up:

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7T to - "The Corporation" for Winning ICC CWC15 Fantasy League and 1T each for other 3 teams. 2T to Scarface, 1.5T to Robin and 1T to Guarav92 as individual prize for Winning ICC CWC15 Fantasy League Congratulations winners :yay::two_thumbs_up::dance:

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Thank You to other 6 in Seven Ups Right from beginning of the tourney, we have been behind and chasing the leaders. First it was JL and then Corps. We always kept the chase alive and there was constant pressure on the leaders. After 1st innings of the final, we had a lead of 98 points but then it proved to be a bridge too far. Eventually Smith and Clarke won it for Aus and Corporation too. Top 2, 4 players in top 10 and 5 in top 12 are dream numbers for any team :hatsoff: Koksmayu: An experienced ICF SS, he bailed the team out with his performance on some tough days. Bank on him to save the team when others are having a bad day. Pagalpanti: Set the early momentum for team by leading the charts in the initial games. Topped the Knockout phase which helped great deal in our push for victory during final stages. Ragavender: A daring SS who was never afraid to take risks with unique choices. As the top 10 finish indicates, he came out on top with his unique choices most of the times and provided the team something different to think for each match. Robin: Best newcomer of the tourney was a surprise package. He brought refreshing ideas to the table and could always be trusted upon to deliver. Surely an SS to watch out for in the future. Strike: A very dedicated and passionate SS. He also wouldn't mind getting up at 3 or 6, to get a toss advantage. He had a good grip on saving subs which gave us a crucial sub advantage throughout the tourney. Straight Drive: All know about his SS skills and his top 10 finish despite an indifferent start (26th position) was too good. But more importantly he was a great team man who kept motivating that we could win it. Even risked his own top 3 finish in a bid to make the Seven Ups win. It was great to play with you guys as a team and discuss SS strategies. It truly was an unforgettable tournament with such a close result. Retention rules unfortunately mean we wouldn't be able to retain everybody but will still try to keep the spirit of Seven-Ups through retention.
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Thank You to other 6 in Seven Ups Right from beginning of the tourney, we have been behind and chasing the leaders. First it was JL and then Corps. We always kept the chase alive and there was constant pressure on the leaders. After 1st innings of the final, we had a lead of 98 points but then it proved to be a bridge too far. Eventually Smith and Clarke won it for Aus and Corporation too. Top 2, 4 players in top 10 and 5 in top 12 are dream numbers for any team :hatsoff: Koksmayu: An experienced ICF SS, he bailed the team out with his performance on some tough days. Bank on him to save the team when others are having a bad day. Pagalpanti: Set the early momentum for team by leading the charts in the initial games. Topped the Knockout phase which helped great deal in our push for victory during final stages. Ragavender: A daring SS who was never afraid to take risks with unique choices. As the top 10 finish indicates, he came out on top with his unique choices most of the times and provided the team something different to think for each match. Robin: Best newcomer of the tourney was a surprise package. He brought refreshing ideas to the table and could always be trusted upon to deliver. Surely an SS to watch out for in the future. Strike: A very dedicated and passionate SS. He also wouldn't mind getting up at 3 or 6, to get a toss advantage. He had a good grip on saving subs which gave us a crucial sub advantage throughout the tourney. Straight Drive: All know about his SS skills and his top 10 finish despite an indifferent start (26th position) was too good. But more importantly he was a great team man who kept motivating that we could win it. Even risked his own top 3 finish in a bid to make the Seven Ups win. It was great to play with you guys as a team and discuss SS strategies. It truly was an unforgettable tournament with such a close result. Retention rules unfortunately mean we wouldn't be able to retain everybody but will still try to keep the spirit of Seven-Ups through retention.
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Thanks Strike :icflove:
And thanks to strike for this great FL.thanks for taking out time to update the OP and spreadsheet from time to time.was a great thread:hatsoff:
Yup thanks strike :hatsoff:
Thanks Strike :hatsoff:
Thanks Strike :hatsoff:
Thanks Strike :hatsoff:
Thank you so much guys :icflove::two_thumbs_up:

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