The last time I did cleans and deadlifts on the same day I started with the deadlifts and was too fatigued to do as well as I could with the hang cleans. This time I did them the other way round, which worked out much better.
Hang cleans - 5 x 5 @ 115
5, 3, 4, 4, 4 = 20
I didn't really fail in the second set, but my right hand grip slipped as I was halfway up on the 4th rep and I had to drop the bar. Rather than pick up and continue for that set I decided to rack the bar, rest for a minute, then continue as normal. I managed to recover enough that I still hit my target of 20 total reps.
That's twice now I've totaled 20 reps @ 115. If I manage it again I'll add 5 pounds more the time after that.
Deadlift 3, 3, 3, 3, 3
165, 185, 205, 215, 220 (1)
This is a slight improvement on last time. Back then my last 2 sets were 215 (2 reps) and 215 (1).
All at 90lb:
5 x thrusters (squatting to parallel - 5 risers)
7 x hang cleans
10 x sumo deadlift high pulls (starting each rep from the ground)
Score = 5 rounds exactly @ 19:54
The only other time I did this was September 8, 2010. I used 80lb, not 90lb, and got up to 6 reps in the 6th sumo deadlift round. I managed fewer total reps today, but with 10lb more weight. Not sure if that's progress, but it was certainly tough and got my heart pumping. The first round was completely unbroken, albeit with short rests between the 3 different exercises. After that, only the hang cleans were unbroken.