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    From what I saw of the Lions game, Harmi looked like he was carrying. Any word on an injury of some sort?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Top_Cat View Post
    From what I saw of the Lions game, Harmi looked like he was carrying. Any word on an injury of some sort?
    Harmy just looks like that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Top_Cat View Post
    From what I saw of the Lions game, Harmi looked like he was carrying. Any word on an injury of some sort?
    Said in the commentary that he was stretching his neck at one stage, but I've heard nothing official.
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    Nah was more referring to his big drops in pace, etc. I mean, I'd be hesitant to pick him at Cardiff fully fit but if he's injured too, definite no.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Top_Cat View Post
    Nah was more referring to his big drops in pace, etc. I mean, I'd be hesitant to pick him at Cardiff fully fit but if he's injured too, definite no.
    Yeah, that's just Harmison. He's done that in every match he's played for years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Top_Cat View Post
    Nah was more referring to his big drops in pace, etc. I mean, I'd be hesitant to pick him at Cardiff fully fit but if he's injured too, definite no.
    Yeah, pace did go down but he's a quick who's north of 30 now, some dip is probably inevitable. Never been what you'd call a natural athlete like Lee either.

    Wouldn't be in my team either tho, no.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby View Post
    I'm not advocating Harmison's selection, I hasten to add, but I don't subscribe to what I'll call the Dickinson fallacy: that he's never been any good. He supports this by taking out the games where he's performed well and citing the subsequent mediocrity.
    In reality, of course, I do nothing of the sort, but some will never let the truth get in the way of a good seeing what they want to see.
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    Latest update, on the England squad

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    Quote Originally Posted by pasag View Post
    Some classics in there. Love this one:

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    Love the big warnie one..was that for 0607?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GeraintIsMyHero View Post
    Latest update, on the England squad

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    Dont usually post about cricket(cos everyone else who does post in here knows everything and I feel intimidated,to say the least!)... but have just read this piece by Martyn,and a few of the other blogs,and for me its a good idea cos I can keep up with whats going on with the Ashes,without appearing too dim! So shall be reading any others that are posted as the Ashes gets going....be a bit more educated about the game by August!...
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    http://www.cricketweb.net/blog/asheshq/14.php

    What to expect from the English commentary. If in doubt, mention 2005.
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    Enjoyed that, dunno what the '06-07' reference was meant to be about though

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    Couple more

    - Any time a substitute fielder comes on the commentators will reference Gary Pratt's run out of Ricky in 2005.
    - Any time a batsmen is asked if he is okay after being hit commentators will reference the great sportsmanship of the 2005 series.

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