Cricket 19: Career Mode – First Season Review

Season one has reached its conclusion. Yours truly amassed 664 runs across the three formats at an average of 36.89. Remember that stats are lumped together as one when playing at club level.

The above image shows my rather ignominious end to the campaign. I was run out coming back for a second having been dropped on the boundary when assuming that the ball was going the distance!

We, Leeds, finished 2nd in the 3-day league, took home the wooden spoon in the 50-over format and completed our kitchen utensils in the T20s.

I made some sizeable scores in the early games, particularly in the longer format but found the negative effect that T20 scores had on my batting average demotivating. That affected me and I didn’t provide the game with the application it requires. Obviously I’ve done career modes as myself playing for Leeds and Yorkshire before but this time I’m finding it a bit limited compared to my custom competitions with England. To keep things fresh I think that I might start a new career as an original player in a different part of the world. This is something that I’ve done before and enjoyed so creating a new type of player with an original identity and playing in another country should be exciting.

Stay tuned…

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