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View Poll Results: The Hundred - do you support the concept?
Yes - and I shall be supporting one on the new Teams 27 21.09%
I am broadly in favour, but won't actively support any of the new Teams 16 12.50%
I have no particular interest but may watch the occasional game on TV 38 29.69%
I am not interested and will not be watching any of the matches 10 7.81%
I am strongly opposed to the new format 37 28.91%
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I am interested in the views of BBS cricket enthusiasts for To view the link you have to Register or Login - the new format which is due to begin next summer.

There is almost universal hostility amongst members of the MCC. I accept that the MCC is largely viewed as an elitist Club, comprised of predominant geriatric individuals (which is party true, I admit), but at the same time all Members share a love of Cricket and by and large want to see it develop and attract new enthusiasts. Yet, the prevailing view is that this abomination (sorry, I have probably let my own views become apparent there) seems to be at the expense of the County Championship; the Royal London One-Day Cup; and arguably Test Cricket.

Here's an article from To view the link you have to Register or Login which sums up my views quite well:

The Hundred – the other side of the coin

Guest post by Annie Chave, who questions the England and Wales Cricket Board’s (ECB) reasons for introducing The Hundred, a new extra-short form of cricket at the height of the 2020 season, and explains the ‘Oppose The 100’ campaign.


I have spent much of the last year trying to understand the reasons behind the ECB’s addition of The Hundred to the already overcrowded cricketing calendar.
I’ve questioned many at the ECB, including [CEO] Tom Harrison; I’ve debated with Bumble [David Lloyd, the former England international player and coach, now a TV commentator] and with Bryan Henderson [head of cricket at Sky TV] Sky Television’s support for the new competition and, spurred on by many other fans of County Cricket, I’ve openly expressed my point of view.

I joined James Buttler in the ‘To view the link you have to Register or Login’ campaign (I’ve worn the t-shirt) because we both felt that The Hundred would have a seriously detrimental effect on County Cricket, and we wanted to voice that fear.

The ‘To view the link you have to Register or Login’ campaign has been both vigorously supported and angrily opposed. We’ve been accused of forcing our opinion on others. It’s too easy to forget the distinction between ‘expressing’ an opinion and ‘forcing’ it, but I recognise the concerns of advocates of The Hundred.
It has the potential, they argue, to reach an audience that County Cricket doesn’t, and we are blinding ourselves to the positives that The Hundred may bring to a part of the population that is untouched (and perhaps untouchable) by County Cricket. In any case, money has now done the talking for the ECB. The Hundred will be the dominant focus of the English game over the summer of 2020.

In response, the ‘To view the link you have to Register or Login’ team has changed its narrative: rather than lambasting The Hundred, we have decided to concentrate on celebrating County Cricket by producing a magazine called County Matters. Our aim is to feature and highlight the current forms of first-class cricket in the light of the threats to it from The Hundred.
My own concern is clearly for the longer forms of the game, threatened as they are by the unilaterally declared scheduling for 2019. Despite some disingenuousness in the utterances of the ECB, the County Championship has been clipped to the fringes of summer over the last few years, but the calendar for 2020 will outfringe the fringes, like Claudia Winkleman replacing Audrey Hepburn.

There will be no red-ball cricket outside of the Test arena for 40 days at the height of summer, precisely when the days are longest and the weather best suited to leisure hours outdoors. With games scheduled at both margins of summer, the County Championship will be structurally disjointed, with a consequent further decline in public interest likely. No wonder Ashley Giles [ECB director of cricket] has already suggested that the County Championship should run alongside The Hundred in 2021 (presumably without those ‘top’ players who will have sold their bodies to The Hundred).

[Cricket journalist] Huw Turbervill has recently suggested that observing the treatment of the County Championship is ‘like watching a beloved pet suffer an agonising death’. This is what I want to fight and where I fear the knife of The Hundred may cut the deepest. I’d like to see this beloved pet revived with some real care and the appropriate medicine: something to build on its legacy.

White-ball cricket was brought in as an adjunct, and, whilst there is no denying now that it has its place, have we become too greedy for the quick fix and the easier revenue it provides? When money is the controlling factor, it is hard to incentivise Counties to get behind the Championship. There needs to be fresh life breathed into its neglected body with a recognition that it is a competition that gives real credence to the skills involved in Test cricket.
We are close to the point at which red-ball cricket – even at Test level – will be sacrificed to the gods of the ‘big bash’. For most players, it doesn’t provide the opportunities to earn life-changing wages. It’s already worth wondering why, as a developing player, you would aspire to anything other than white-ball cricket. If, through The Hundred, we prioritise city-based teams and an IPL- [Indian Premier League] inspired competition in this country, we risk diminishing public interest in Test cricket.
Over a comparatively short time, the game could be identified exclusively with its shorter formats, more to appease television moguls than fans. It may be that the ECB and the counties share the blame for not taking the Championship seriously enough, for relegating it to weekdays and to ‘out’ grounds during the season and for prioritising the ‘fast buck’ of the short form.

Look at the budget the ECB set aside to advertise The Hundred to see where their allegiance is. If they took the time and the care to market the County game to children, and to forge relationships with communities and minorities, then we wouldn’t be needing to create a format that is the very antithesis of County cricket and, as [cricket journalist] George Dobell quite rightly points out, is brought out in direct competition to its own sport. What governing body (other than a Cabinet of Cannibals) does this to itself?

Annie Chave is a Guerilla Cricket commentator and cricket writer. She is a Somerset County Cricket Member and secretary for The Erratics Cricket Club in Exeter


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Do you agree with this? Will you be watching the Hundred next year and if so, will you be supporting one of the Teams?

Yes, No, No
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Old 28-11-2019, 12:46 PM
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It's rubbish and I have no interest. I support Kent not some amalgamation of local counties.
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Yes, I agree with it; an unnecessary competition for the hard of concentrating for more than five minutes.

I guess the Oval Invincibles would be an obvious to support, but won't.

I hope it fails miserably and is cancelled, so that county cricket can get the support it should have and also the prime time during the summer.
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More commercialised bish-bash-bosh crap. We just don't need yet another short-format circus.

Let's use yellow balls.
Let's have cheerleaders in between overs.
Let's allow batsmen to retire and come back at will.
Let's make the wicketkeeper bowl as well.

Let's just give up all hope. May it crash and burn.
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The way I see it, if it's good and succeeds, then there's more top class cricket on TV. If it fails, then we get to laugh at the ECB's incompetence and Sky for backing a loser.

Welsh Fire are gonna be my team, although it was always going to be whoever Steven PD Smith (P.B.U.H.) was drafted to.
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First question - how do you split 100 balls into overs?
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Second question- who came up with those terrible team names?
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Third question- how is it different from Twenty20 cricket (apart from terrible team name and not being county team based)?
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It's in blocks of five balls and they will change ends every 10 balls. I don't think they are using the term overs.
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I haven't decided what I will do yet but I think it will go to some games at The Oval however that will be dependant on ticket prices. On 29th July Kent are at home on the same day as the Oval side and I think I will watch Kent that day.

As I said in county thread on Tuesday the main thing I don't like about next years fixtures is the lack of games in Beckenham.
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I have a certain sympathy for the ECB. After their forensic research in India and especially Australia, they first and foremost wanted a franchise & city-based competition which is fair enough - new markets - attract future test watchers and all that, but realised they couldn't just spew out another 20 over job. What to do?

I think the format is total shite by the way, but just saying I can see why it had to be created.
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It's in blocks of five balls and they will change ends every 10 balls. I don't think they are using the term overs.
Sell it to the yanks.

Would need to simplify the rules a bit though and the umpires would need to be miked-up, wear black and white stripes and throw a hanky on the ground for no-balls and wides
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Judging by the votes so far, The Hundred is Cricket's Brexit. People either love it or hate it - there seem to be few who are undecided.
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I have voted no interest but might watch occasional game as have a 6 to who might watch it. That seems to be its level.
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This development is yet more evidence of my theory that modern professional sports are being run to line the pockets of their administrators and, I'm afraid to say, the media (with column inches and television hours to fill).

How ironic that this should come off the back of a wonderful summer for the one day and five day versions of the game.

I haven't followed this story too closely, but what is happening to the Twenty Twenty game ?
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i get annoyed by how 'bat' dominant T20 is - so wiil not be watching the 100, great if you enjoy this sort of thing and might get non cricket fans interested - good if it does

but in my opinion cricket is at it's best when the conditions favour the bowler 60 - 40 against the batsman - t20 is 80 - 20 in favour of the batsman (and any chance of a tight game was even further destroyed by them using the kookaburra ball this year to make it worse) , and i expect the 100 to be as bad if not worse - so not for me

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