View Poll Results: Who will play a test again first?

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  • Aston Agar

    7 63.64%
  • Simon Kerrigan

    1 9.09%
  • Beans on toast

    3 27.27%
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Thread: Who will play a test match next?

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    Who will play a test match next?

    Which poor spinner will get a game first?

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    Agar without question. Although he looked largely useless as a bowler, he could well play down under.

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    Kerrigan got smacked a bit on debut, fair enough, but lets not write off a young bowler after 6-7 overs. I wont deny his FC stats have been helped by Lancs being a spin friendly club to play for (especially the year we played the outgrounds whilst OT was being done up), but he's young, has talent and the resiliance to bounce back from one bad innings.

    Just so long as he doesn't follow in the footsteps of that other great Lancashire spin legend, Mr C Schofield (though even he made it back to the England team)
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    certainly Agar, at least he didn't disgrace himself
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    Agar is the more logical choice here.

    Ian Chappell said the other night he thought he had more chance of being selected in the English touring party than Kerrigan



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