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    Everyone's favourite woman cricketer, Rosalie Birch, has 2, but this unbeaten last wicket stand of 102 is hurting

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    Rosalie Birch Watch

    Current Stats: 2/76 (28)

    The sexiest girl in cricket seemed to have an ok day taking the wickets of one of the Blackwell twins, Alex, and middle order batsmen Lisa Sthalekar. Herself and the young 15 year old Holly Colvin seemed to be the pick of the England bowlers taking five wickets between themselves. As the founding member and only member of the Rosalie Birch Appreciation Society (RBAS) i wish her the best of luck for the next three days and hope she can produce a Flintoff like performance, cus we all know that she is better then him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chaminda_00
    As the founding member and only member of the Rosalie Birch Appreciation Society (RBAS)
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    Quote Originally Posted by chaminda_00
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    The sexiest girl in cricket seemed to have an ok day taking the wickets of one of the Blackwell twins, Alex, and middle order batsmen Lisa Sthalekar. Herself and the young 15 year old Holly Colvin seemed to be the pick of the England bowlers taking five wickets between themselves. As the founding member and only member of the Rosalie Birch Appreciation Society (RBAS) i wish her the best of luck for the next three days and hope she can produce a Flintoff like performance, cus we all know that she is better then him.
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    I've been to one women's match in 1999 which was between New Zealand and Australia at the Basin Reserve where I met and interviewed Joanne Broadbent for my first cricketing website.(http://www.cricketweb.net/news/photos/joebroadbent.jpg). Wasn't a great game but I enjoyed myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steds
    I'm in
    Welcome aboard

    All other Birch fans on are encouraged to join and support the hottest thing in cricket

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    Quote Originally Posted by vic_orthdox
    Having watched Belinda Clark batting live, I have no doubt that she could cut the mustard in Premier Cricket here in Victoria if she wished. Generally, the females are just as disciplined as their male counterparts with the ball, and technically very proficient, but bowl a little slower and don't hit the ball as hard.
    That'd be the one who got a two-ball duck yesterday.

    (yes, she still averages roughly 50 in women's Tests, but hey...)
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    maybe yesterday, she still hit a double ton in an ODI a few years back

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    Quote Originally Posted by age_master
    maybe yesterday, she still hit a double ton in an ODI a few years back
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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel_Vimes
    That'd be the one who got a two-ball duck yesterday.

    (yes, she still averages roughly 50 in women's Tests, but hey...)
    Yes, that'd be the one who I watched slap a few of my mates all around the place in the nets.

    And one innings doth not a batsman (or batswoman!) make

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piper
    Ur being sarcastic right?
    No.

    I'm just surprised they're allowed.

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    Birch Watch - Part 2

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    A pretty quite day for the finest thing in cricket, rolled her arm over for a couple overs in the search of the last wickets, but was unable to take the wicket. The Australia innings was ended at 355 by Katherine Brunt, who ended up with 3/64. An interesting side note that i noticed was that 8 of England's wickets came from girls aged 21 (Birch), 20 (Brunt) and 15 (Colvin). After Australia was bowled out the rest of the day Rosalie watched her fellow batsmen rack up a total of 4/230, to leave the match all even after 2 days. With Rosalie next to come in there is an expected Tendulkar style crowd to flood Hove, to watch the greatest sight in whites on a cricket field. The RBAS would like to wish Rosalie all the best tommorrow when she will hopefully caress the Australian bowling attack around the ground.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaminda_00
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    Count me in, she looks a saucey mare.
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