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    Quote Originally Posted by TT Boy
    That’s for tonight’s game against the Prime Minister’s XI…

    The above forum members are talking about the game against New South Wales on Sunday.
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    nice sunny day for the cricket today, apparently it could get cloudy later in the day but 0% chance of rain...
    should be a good game and hopefully the PM's XI bat first and Jaques can get us off to a good start...

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    PM's XI decent odds given the side England are probably putting out

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    There's some really good players in this PM's XI side. Hilfenhaus is one of the better young seamers in Australia, and there's some top batsmen there too with Jaques, Birt and Cosgrove, all of whom are pretty likely to play for Australia in the future. Paine's had a really good season so far too, and Adam Voges is a good hitter.

    Should be a good game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scaly piscine
    Just started, England team according to Cricinfo:

    ME Trescothick, AJ Strauss, AN Cook, PD Collingwood, KP Pietersen, A Flintoff, GO Jones, AF Giles, SI Mahmood, JM Anderson, MS Panesar
    Geraint gets first go, and a monty-ashley bowl-off, interesting.

    I'm ridiculously excited for a silly warm-up game

    Freddie opens the bowling.
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    are these local comms? they didn't say who they were when they crossed over from the studio.

    Fred looks alright so far, bowling a decent line to Jaqcues

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    Brain freeze from Payne there, decent catch by Gojo

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    Great catch, is that freddies first ever wicket in oz for england?

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    Geoff Lawson and Afghanistan are the commers'.

    Bit of a slog there from Payne.
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    Cosgroves still fat I see.

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    Bit of a loose over from Jimmy there. I didn't realise it started so early. Just turn over from the Sopranos & was shocked to see it'd started.

    Top catch from Geraint there, in all fairness.

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    Fred looking grand.

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    Touch of the no-balls from Saj in his first over. Don't think he'll wanna be giving Cosgrove too much width either.

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    Yep, Freddie is, close to 90, and bowling a good line to the left-handers, haydos and gilly, are you watching

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