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    Quote Originally Posted by Robertinho
    Proficient is a little low for this team
    wont be long until hes strong

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    Mike, my superb isn't getting in
    Or something.

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    Probably Superb is a minimum with atleast proficient+ secondries
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamee999
    Mike, my superb isn't getting in
    are his secondaries as good as Hook?


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    Oi oi, claws away thanks. Seriously though, when if Hook were even strong bowling, he'd be > Bardle (as he is now). Consistency is actually really important, and Hook's advantage over Bardle is so huge.
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    Bardle's younger though. I wouldn't swap.

    (5 wickets @ 9 this season.

    12 @ 19 in his career, with an econ of 3.56)

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    well Islam is Strong/Wonderful, and hopefully next week he will be Superb

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamee999
    Bardle's younger though. I wouldn't swap.

    (5 wickets @ 9 this season.

    12 @ 19 in his career, with an econ of 3.56)
    By one whole year? There's virtually no difference. I would personally take Hook - superb stamina (which means you can train him as heavily as you like and still be able to play him), wonderful consistency (which means, if you want to, you can neglect a fielding net). 2 bowling levels is nothing - it would take Bardle seasons to catch up to Hook.

    But that's just my thoughts

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robertinho
    By one whole year? There's virtually no difference. I would personally take Hook - superb stamina (which means you can train him as heavily as you like and still be able to play him), wonderful consistency (which means, if you want to, you can neglect a fielding net). 2 bowling levels is nothing - it would take Bardle seasons to catch up to Hook.

    But that's just my thoughts
    What about I get both

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    RUNS
    Buckle 59 (112)
    Nutter 121 (174)
    Dobinson 95 (95)
    Dickson 3 (9)
    Lisbie 1 (1)
    Ohara 0 (0)
    Muirhead 0 (0)
    Gilroy 0 (0)
    Prest 0 (0)
    Mckenzie 0 (0)
    Mangweni 0 (0)

    WICKETS
    Prest 2 (3)
    Muirhead 2 (5)
    Gilroy 1 (3)
    Mckenzie 1 (3)
    Mangweni 4 (5)

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    okay i may aswell

    Batting
    Magloire 9(9)
    Webster 55(93)
    Lawrence 8 (8)
    Abdul Kadir 103 (181)
    Challinor 56* (128)
    Naidoo 0 (7)
    Keane 2 (36)
    Steadhart 1 (3)
    Pushpakamura 0
    Islam 0
    Atkins 0

    Bowling

    Islam 5-35 (7-81)
    Keane 3-48 (3-97)
    Atkins 1-76 (3 - 114)
    Pushpak.... 0-50
    Adbul Kadir 0-40 (3-80)
    Wilmott (3-55)

    Season totals including Cup

    Islam(5 games) 14w@9.36
    Keane(5 games) 10@15.10
    Abdul Kadir (4 games, 1 as WK)5w@21.60, 281runs@140.5
    Challinor(5) 232@77.33

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    Berry 21
    Fleming 6
    Oneil 0
    Beevers 11
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    Beevers 1
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    OVER THE LAST 2 GAMES

    RUNS
    Buckle 188 (300)
    Nutter 149 (323)
    Dobinson 0 (95)
    Dickson 16 (25)
    Lisbie 103 (104)
    Ohara 0 (0)
    Muirhead 0 (0)
    Gilroy 0 (0)
    Prest 0 (0)
    Mckenzie 0 (0)
    Mangweni 0 (0)
    Bissmire 155 (155)

    WICKETS
    Prest 3 (6)
    Muirhead 3 (8)
    Gilroy 3 (6)
    Mckenzie 3 (6)
    Mangweni 1 (6)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scaly piscine
    David Armstrong - 19 yo, BT Rating=47,838
    RH Batsman, RH Spin Bowler, superb batting form, superb bowling form, sublime
    A cautious player with worthless leadership skills and abysmal experience.
    Stamina: competent Wicket Keeping: respectable
    Batting: respectable Concentration: sensational
    Bowling: abysmal Consistency: proficient
    Fielding: mediocre
    Assuming Armstrong hasn't been trained since this post, I think Gray can now slip into the w/k spot:

    Marvin Gray - 19 yo, BT Rating=25,714
    RH Batsman, RH Spin Bowler, superb batting form, superb bowling form, sublime
    A defensive player with abysmal leadership skills and feeble experience.
    Stamina: respectable Wicket Keeping: respectable
    Batting: superb Concentration: strong
    Bowling: abysmal Consistency: competent
    Fielding: feeble

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    How close would Canning be now?

    Gavin Canning - 18 yo, BT Rating=22,728
    RH Batsman, RFM Bowler, superb batting form, superb bowling form, fatigued
    An attacking player with woeful leadership skills and abysmal experience.
    Stamina: respectable Wicket Keeping: worthless
    Batting: proficient Concentration: competent
    Bowling: superb Consistency: respectable
    Fielding: feeble
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    Only a bunch of convicts having been beaten 3-0 and gone 9 tests without a win and won just 1 in 11 against England could go into the home series saying they will win. England will win in Australia again this winter as they are a better side which they have shown this summer. 3-0 doesn't lie girls.

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