Originally Posted by Jager
I was thinking a "duel draft".
We have 12 players, tournament format, and drafters play matches against each other with very narrow parameters for the players they can select, e.g "must have played under the captaincy of Strauss or Ponting".
4 groups of 3, 2 group stage matches then semi finals and a grand final.
That would work. Although, probably not too narrow as the person going third will be at a severe disadvantage at having missed out on McGrath and Warne. None of the other bowlers come close.
Even better if the semi-finalists and finalists can all get on line at the same time so we can watch the drama unfold in 'real-time'.
1945-1977 ATG Draft: Desmond Haynes - Roy Fredericks - Rohan Kanhai - Neil Harvey - Clive Lloyd - Asif Iqbal - John Waite - Ray Lindwall - Garth McKenzie - John Snow - Derek Underwood
ATG XI: Jack Hobbs - Len Hutton - Don Bradman - Brian Lara - Graham Pollock - Gary Sobers - Alan Knott - Malcolm Marshall - Shane Warne - Dennis Lillee- Sydney Barnes
Last edited by watson; 20-01-2013 at 07:40 PM.