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Thread: *Official* NZ Domestic Season

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    *Official* NZ Domestic Season

    Meaning that England, Australia india and Now the West Indies have got a Thread

    Here is where you can talk about the rest Domestic seasons

    The Pakistan Season start within the last week

    Here the results

    http://uk.cricinfo.com/db/ARCHIVE/20...EA/SCORECARDS/


    Also the New Zeland and South Africa Domestic season are due to start soon

    well.... here the place to talk about it?

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    The thread for them was needed, thanks

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    NZ should have its own thread....
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    Lou Vincent is playing for Takapuna in Auckland 1st division, and his scores so far this season are:137* and about 3 fifty scores, there have only been four games played so far, really impressed with his batting so far, hope he keeps it up, he also as a best bowling this season of 4/52, impressive for a guy who hardly bowls.


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    the new zealand domestic season kicks off december 9th if i am correct with the state championship.

    btw it doesn't seem like the brightest idea to put 3 sepearate domestic competitions in one thread......
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    Warm-up matches begin on November 3rd at Lincoln.

    NZ Academy, Otago, N.D, Auckland, Canterbury, Wellington & C.D take part.

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    yes that is true, the academy team is an excellent idea and they usually perform very well and alot of those players get call-ups for their respective teams during the season if they perform well in these matches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bryce
    btw it doesn't seem like the brightest idea to put 3 sepearate domestic competitions in one thread......
    To be honest, I can't really see there being much talk on any of them through the winter.
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    well there is a few new zealanders on this forum so i think there will be a bit of talk on the new zealand domestic season, as for the others...... i don't know.

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    There was a tournament over Labour Weekend between Dunedin Metro, Southland, North Otago and Central Otago Hawke Cup teams - I know Southland had two wins, but I have a feeling Metro cleaned up.

    The tournament decides who gets a challenge for the Hawke Cup later on. The current holders are Mid Canterbury, who won against Northland last year, and retained it against Taranaki.

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    Hey Voltman, is this the same guy who posts on TSF too?

    Vincent has been playing so well because he's playing in the 1st Div, and now Premier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mingster
    Hey Voltman, is this the same guy who posts on TSF too?

    Vincent has been playing so well because he's playing in the 1st Div, and now Premier.
    Correct - five points to you.

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    haha how come he was playing in first division ?

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    Richardson makes use of chance with Academy side

    New Zealand's Cricket Academy made a solid start to their end of year campaign when posting 306 for five wickets in their two-day game against Canterbury at Bert Sutcliffe Oval today.

    The game was played in perfect conditions which lasted throughout the day.

    And it wasn't only the Academy players who made their mark. Black Caps opener Mark Richardson, who didn't get a lot of time in the middle in Bangladesh, retired on 74 after 217 minutes and 174 balls at the crease. He shared an opening stand of 142 for the first wicket with Peter Carey who scored 56. However, no sooner had Richardson departed than Carey was out.

    However, the following batsmen worked hard to regain their momentum with Brad Wilson scoring 22, Daniel Flynn 34 and BJ Watling 66. Brent Finlay also contributed 37 not out.

    Of the Canterbury bowlers, Dean Comyns took two for 62, Brendon Donkers one for 42 and Richard Sherlock one for 23.

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    306/5 in early November!

    The only way we'd be scoring 300 a day in Wellington is if the ball was actually stopping mid-pitch, allowing batsmen to walk up and whack it.

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