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    Holy crap who's that woman in the Pakistani station's broadcast? Any idea?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeraintIsMyHero View Post
    irish Cricket Chief exec (or something similar) just been interviews on Sky. Sounds English to me. If he is, cheeky robbing Irish ****s, taking our officials

    Was an interesting interview actually. Said he wants Test cricket for Ireland but not yet, but that he feels you should be able to obtain full ICC membership without having Test status.
    The ICC have that. Its called The Zimbabwe plan. All dough, no play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evermind View Post
    Holy crap who's that woman in the Pakistani station's broadcast? Any idea?
    ??? on Geo with Moin Khan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evermind View Post
    Holy crap who's that woman in the Pakistani station's broadcast? Any idea?
    Pics???


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    Quote Originally Posted by Evermind View Post
    This, by McCullum, is one of the greatest individual fielding performances I've seen in any form of the game.

    Outstanding fielder.
    N or B McCullum? Both of them are bloody good in the field, but Nathan has been lethal for years - ever since high school. Good to see him get a chance to showcase his skills on the international stage.
    Last edited by Smudge; 11-06-2009 at 03:46 PM.

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    B was immense in the field today, though. Really amazing. The more I watch him play any cricket the more I like him.
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    I'll be honest - I didn't even watch the game or check the team lists, so was taking a stab...

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    Fair enough - not a fan of the format or just an awkward time?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeraintIsMyHero View Post
    Fair enough - not a fan of the format or just an awkward time?
    Bit of both, but largely the latter when it kicks off after midnight...

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    Timezones, such complex things

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    Quote Originally Posted by nz0003 View Post
    NZ will smash Pakistan I reckon, you guys think you're awesome now with Razzaq coming back in.
    lol i think pakistan are an awesome t20 side without razzaq

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    So...wtf has been happening in the past two days? Cricinfo time for me.

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    I just think if Pakistan bats first, they need to get atleast 50 runs in the first 6 overs and losing a maximum of 1 wicket, if they can get into that position then we have a very good chance of scoring a 160-175 (atleast) and then it all depends on how our bowlers bowl and how quickly we can get their openers out specially jayasuriya.

    I think if Pakistan donít loose a lot of wickets to both murli and mendis they would have a good chance of winning, if they struggle badly against those two then its all sri lankas game because remember Pakistan relies heavily on the middle order and playing through the middle overs and thatís where the two spinners bowl.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GeraintIsMyHero View Post
    B was immense in the field today, though. Really amazing. The more I watch him play any cricket the more I like him.
    Saw the Kiwis field against SA at Lord's on Tuesday. Some serious jawdropping moments there. Excellent, fantastic, superior, unbelievable fielding skills. Indeed, both the Mccullums were out of this world, but the best piece was Martin Guptill's pick-up and throw the stumps down from 40 yards out.

    Mind, the Saffies had their moments in the field too, Kallis' c&b was unreal to see live.
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    Nice touch with the national anthems I though. Hope tonight is awesome.

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