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    is 20/20 the new oneday Cricket

    is 20/20 the new oneday Cricket

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    hope not ..not yet anyway...

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    sometime later

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    Flash in the pan that will die sooner rather than later.
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    Only two states to be in - Queensland and drunk.


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    yes its the new one day cricket

    geez half the teams have not even played the game.. how can u say that

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    It'll take off I reckon
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    Because it takes the things out of cricket that are special and makes it common place. Its the same reason you don't have champagne or filet mignon everyday. Sooner or later you get sick of it and go to something else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mavric41
    Because it takes the things out of cricket that are special and makes it common place. Its the same reason you don't have champagne or filet mignon everyday. Sooner or later you get sick of it and go to something else.
    I bathe in champagne every day and the novelty still hasn't worn off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiery
    I bathe in champagne every day and the novelty still hasn't worn off.
    There are so many lines I could use about Kiwis and sheep with your answer, but I won't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiery
    I'll take off I reckon
    Go ahead!

    Anyway...I hope it doesn't replace 50 over cricket, really love 50 over games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by _Ed_
    Go ahead!

    Anyway...I hope it doesn't replace 50 over cricket, really love 50 over games.
    Whoops missed the t. Silly me. I'll give myself an uppercut. Ouch! That really hurt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mavric41
    There are so many lines I could use about Kiwis and sheep with your answer, but I won't.
    Bring em on skippy!

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    I just read an article in Time magazine which did a random survey of people from around the world that showed that Australians are considered "ugly" and "stupid" compared to New Zealanders. Wasn't sure if the results of the survey really prove anything but it's a pretty well-respected magazine.

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    I think the same magazine said that New Zealanders were white and fluffy and made good jumpers. Who doesn't like that?

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    All I can say is 'ansjk13'

    However I dare say it will take off, become unbelievably popular, pick up in the states, become an Olympic event, have America win it and produce a film about it, and then be replaced by Ten/10 cricket in 2039.

    Der, doesn't it seem logical?
    <Tom> Do you have role models you try and live up to?

    <Cameron> Role models, not as such. I try to base my self on someone like .. Ian Botham i.e. I come in late in the game and try and belt as many runs as I can. I also try to help in the bowling department. Really, I try to live up to my dad. He always belts me with a burlap sack full of reeds saying "WHY! WHY DIDN'T YOU WIN!" I tell him it wasn't my fault, it was the middle order but he won't listen ... he just keeps hitting ...

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