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    Kallis XI v. South Africa XI

    Wasn't last night's benifit match great!?

    To see Soutrh African cricket giants like Klusner, Kirsten, Rhodes, and Donald back in action was amazing! It was as if they never left the game!

    For those of you who missed the international action, you can visit www.ucb.co.za for all the details...

    Butt made 102, Lara made 32 and Klusner nearly got the Kallis Xl home with his 44...

    There is not a one day team in the world that would'nt chose Klusner in their line up... Come on selectors, open up your eyes, Zulu still has it.

    Klusner: Man of the series in 2007 World Cup!!??

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    I actually saw it on CricInfo! What a game with such great players, hmm
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dean
    Klusner: Man of the series in 2007 World Cup!!??

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    During the SA innings:

    JN Rhodes 8-0-28-0



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    I was shocked and amazed, especially that SA did not realise his potential as a top bowler? He does have an international wicket I believe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dean
    Come on selectors, open up your eyes, Zulu still has it.
    Not their fault, he`s been injured. Stress fractures to his legs.
    Jesus saves

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaka
    I was shocked and amazed, especially that SA did not realise his potential as a top bowler? He does have an international wicket I believe.
    No international wickets, but one in FC cricket and two in List A cricket.

    http://content-uk.cricinfo.com/south...yer/46973.html

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    Zulu and Kemp could be the thinking man's Pietersen and Flintoff!

    Looks like an awesome game, were supersport covering it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Langeveldt
    Zulu and Kemp could be the thinking man's Pietersen and Flintoff!

    Looks like an awesome game, were supersport covering it?
    I just saw some highlights. Couldn't find anywhere they showed the whole game. But it was great. Zulu is still awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jot1
    I just saw some highlights. Couldn't find anywhere they showed the whole game. But it was great. Zulu is still awesome.
    Dang, I was hoping to see AAD bowling somewhere!

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    Warwickshire seconds then Rich.

    And what's with the non-KP avatar?
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    Forfeit over then Rich?

    Like the new avatar - there must be an Australian player that looks like Zippy, they all look like something or other. Ponting is a cross between George Dubya and a chimp, Gilchrist is the FA Cup, Dizzy is a gypsy, Kasper is Mike Delfino from Desperate Housewives, Katich (rather appropriately) like an escaped convict who's always scared of being caught (have you noticed how he always looks around nervously, like he thinks he's being watched?).......there's more, I'm sure.

    Or maybe it's just me.

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    KP is on holiday.. I've had to have a rest from staring at him every time I make a post, and about five other ghastly people with him as their avatar.. Meanwhile Zippy is filling in..

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    "Not only is Zippy a conisseur of fine wines and haute couture, he also has more test runs (5123) and wickets (212) to his name, than both Kevin Pietersen and Ajit Agarkar.. A fine all rounder, he is of course, favourite to take over on Channel 9 once Richie Benaud retires from commentating duties"...
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    Second match...

    South Africa XI 279/4 (38.5 ovs)

    Smith st de Villiers b Salman 79 (59b, 11x4, 2x6)
    Nicky Boje (batting at three!!) st de Villiers b Salman 39 (42b, 3x4)
    Neil McKenzie c sub b Ngam 61 (63b, 7x4, 1x6)

    Zulu 6-0-37-0, AAD 5-0-35-0, Kallis 5-0-29-0, Ngam 3.5-0-34-1, Sami 4-0-43-0.

    Sounds flat.
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    Two wickets to Salman Butt, heh. SA XI heading for something in the region of 380, with Justin Kemp just warming up. If they open with Lara and Klusener, the Kallis XI might have a chance.

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