Ex-Worcestershire CCC all-rounder Alex Hepburn was found guilty of one count of oral rape after a retrial.
Revealing details of this dirty game.
One message written by Hepburn said: "Oi last night was my 60th. Want 80 by the end of Worcs".
Jurors did hear details of messages sent by Hepburn in the week of the night out which landed him in court - in which he apparently referred to threesomes involving Clarke.
Mr Clarke has never been charged with any wrongdoing.
They would rate their sexual encounters with girls who were known as "freshies" or "reheats", depending on if they had slept with them before.
In the group the pals would shamelessly joke about "dragging the birds back" and "raping them" and bragged about getting tested for STIs in the summer.
The incident took place on April 1, 2017, when he assaulted a sleeping woman after she had had consensual sex with Joe Clarke, Hepburn's team-mate at the time.
She woke up and wrongly believed she was having sex with Mr Clarke, before realising it was actually Hepburn, jurors heard.
The complainant, who can not be identified, said she had her eyes closed and engaged in 20 minutes of sexual activity with Australian-born Hepburn in a dimly-lit bedroom - before "clocking" who he was when he spoke.
Alex Hepburn, 23, has been warned a jail sentence is inevitable for the attack on the dozing victim - committed just days after he set the rules of the contest to have sex with as many new partners as possible. Jurors were told Clarke left his bedroom to be sick in a bathroom, where he passed out, leaving the woman asleep on a mattress in his room.
During his trial, Hepburn admitted to have sent "disgusting, terrible and embarrassing" messages through WhatsApp to his teammates while entering a sexual contest competition with his teammates, reported The Guardian.
"I am adjourning your case for the preparation of a pre-sentence report".
Asked when the woman is alleged to have realised she was not with Mr Clarke, Mr Hepburn added: "She said 'what are you doing?'"
"It would not be a consideration to you to abandon you under any bogus impression with regards to the motivation behind that report".