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    Come on Jackster, where are you. Don't be coy now!

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    I'm 'ere and ready for my punishment!

    Well I was right about Bopara. At least give me that.

    Full credit to Broad for not only lifting his game, but for single handedly wrenching the ashes from our grasp in one devastating spell of bowling. It brought back memories of Simon Jones and Flintoff in '05. Just don't overbowl him too much in the future.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackster83 View Post
    I'm 'ere and ready for my punishment!

    Well I was right about Bopara. At least give me that.

    Full credit to Broad for not only lifting his game, but for single handedly wrenching the ashes from our grasp in one devastating spell of bowling. It brought back memories of Simon Jones and Flintoff in '05. Just don't overbowl him too much in the future.
    Fair play to you, mate.


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    Aye, credit for holding your hands up.

    Will do similarly; I advocated dropping him after Edgbaston and kudos to the selectors for not being as trigger happy as I would've been.
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    Haha was already to start gloating and then read that the OP had held his hands up and admitted he was wrong, how dissappointing! Nah fair play, reckon I would have hidden TBF.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackster83 View Post
    I'm 'ere and ready for my punishment!

    Well I was right about Bopara. At least give me that.

    Full credit to Broad for not only lifting his game, but for single handedly wrenching the ashes from our grasp in one devastating spell of bowling. It brought back memories of Simon Jones and Flintoff in '05. Just don't overbowl him too much in the future.
    lol.. You done much better than I would have done in this situation mate.. Well done.
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