And is educated and doesn't use a mobile phone to get into into people's pantsOriginally Posted by social
From the Beeb:
I'll clutch onto any straw I can just now.
- As featured in The Independent.
"This is not the time for namby-pamby promising youngsters who might just do something; not the time for building for the future. Pragmatism rules and they don't come more pragmatic than Rogers."
- Victor Marks makes the case for stiff-legged and stiff-armed 35 year old left-handers in Ashes squads
Thats what Durham thoughtOriginally Posted by irfan
1st game- 12 overs 113 runs 0 wickets
2nd game- 6 overs 63 runs 0 wickets
3rd game...Oh wait, he been given his ticket home by then
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Remind me, how many were noballs?Originally Posted by Goughy
Cant remeber exactly but something like 21 in 12 oversOriginally Posted by Matteh
Tait in 04/05Originally Posted by Goughy
vs Victoria: 5/39 & 4/34
vs Queensland: 1/38 & 7/99
vs Tasmania: 4/111 & 3/72
vs New South Wales: 4/137 & DNB
vs Western Australia: 4/61 & 4/64
vs New South Wales: 2/83 & 4/62
vs Victoria: 2/69 & DNB
vs Queensland: 4/61 & 4/97
vs Western Australia: 4/50 & 2/109
vs Tasmania: 2/54 & 5/71
That's 65 wickets @ 20.16 in 10 matches, with an SR of 36. Durham wouldn't have minded that.
The guy can bowl, I wouldn't place too much stock in a couple of poor games a number of years ago when he had no ball problems. I don't think he should be in the team yet, but it'd be foolish to write him off for the future. He's a bit more consistent in line these days than he was in 04/05 too, and maintains his pace a bit longer.
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Not really - because his comment was clearly tongue in cheek...
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I know Tait can bowl, but to me he is not an Aussie player. From an outsider the modern Australian player seems very polished at the beginning of their career with many of their cricketing rough edges already shaven off.
They are the guys to benchmark yourself against and seem to lack any real failings compared to other Test sides.
Thats why guys like Tait and Symonds dont seem to fit in IMO. They just dont look 'complete'. Both are good cricketers, and I wish Symonds had chosen England, but I seem to expect more from Aussie players.
For England, talented but flawed players are acceptable but for Australia I dont think they are with the exception, obviously, of Warne.
Warne has a cricketing flaw?Originally Posted by Goughy
That was a ricockulous comment, wasn't it?Originally Posted by silentstriker
Well that's a bit harsh on him though.Originally Posted by Matteh
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