congrats neil!!!Originally Posted by Neil Pickup
I would say that I have close to the best knowledge in the game and on every other subject. My modesty prevents me from omitting "close".
Id just like to confirm Pinkline's claim. He really is one of the most knowledgable people when it comes to just about every subject, cricket and social commentary included.
Sonography for sex determination is legal there ?Originally Posted by Neil Pickup
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thats me, that isOriginally Posted by tooextracool
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It was sufficient to end the isse with a group of 10 year olds who don't know what sonography isOriginally Posted by Deja moo
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just about made it....Originally Posted by Swervy
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Cheeky little bleeder!Originally Posted by Neil Pickup
You should've thrashed him to within an inch of his life!!
Spare the rod, spoil the child I say.
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If you remove a single Test (when he certainly got all his wickets through poor strokes) his figures against South Africa add-up to not especially good, so that he got most wickets through poor strokes doesn't matter too much.Originally Posted by tooextracool
Yes, too, McGrath was not especially impressive in The Ashes 2002\03 - though I don't doubt he'd have been devestating if he'd bowled when Caddick took his 7-for.
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from which test in which series are you talking about?Originally Posted by Richard
oh yes im sure he must be disappointed with that disgraceful average of 20 at the end of that series, despite bowling on all the flat wickets of the series.Originally Posted by Richard
Every one of McGrath's wickets in a test fell through poor strokes!? Wow, that's amazing, and it reinforces my theory that your idea of what is a poor stroke and what isn't doesn't take into account what the bowler is actually trying to do at the time. Do you think about whether the bowler is working to a plan? Whether after tucking the batsman up with a few short balls (well, maybe more than a few) the ball pushed up and wide of off stump that induces an edge may not have anything to do with luck at all but actually be part of the plan?Originally Posted by Richard
Public school, eh? Six of the best? Trousers down?!?Originally Posted by Langeveldt
Group hugs are the bomb. Too bad people get so awkward about them lol.Originally Posted by Langeveldt
Earlier this year I started a chain hug at school. You had to pass it on to someone else (there was no time limit; I just persistently annoyed the hell out of whoever had it). It worked pretty well for a while - I was proud of it!!
& you're absolutely sure this was just an excuse to cop a feel of the fitter lasses?!?Originally Posted by Mr Casson
Wow. How far off topic am I? Er, SJS, he's kwality!
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