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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Pickup
    Our bowler runs in, pitches it on/just outside leg stump... and hits the top of off.
    Left arm orthodox, leggie, or that 13-year-old with a doosra?

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    Hadlee's to S Waugh

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    Best ball

    Waqar younis > Brian Charles Lara. Lara ended up on his bum and the stumps were splayed all over the place

    Simply unplayable delivery, no1 ever makes BCL look so foolish
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    I agree deeps, that's the best I've seen.
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    Good one Deeps, I forgot about that.

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    Allan Donald to Sachin Tendulkar, Durban 1996. Sachin played a PERFECT forward defensive, but his stump went cartweeling a mile back.

    And of course those Waim Akram balls in the World Cup 92 final
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    Jamee, please leave your room, it's quite nice out there

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    Originally Posted by deeps
    Waqar younis > Brian Charles Lara. Lara ended up on his bum and the stumps were splayed all over the place
    If there ever was an unplayable ball this was the one i think it was in a test match at Pindi in 97, simply a BEAUTY.

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    Completely biased.

    Bracken`s first ball to Sehwag, swung from way outside off to middle and leg, plumb in front.
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    Bond has bowled a few good ones...............

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    Warnie's ball to Strauss was an absolute ripper I thought, especially since it was with a relatively new ball.
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    Walsh-o slower ball that looks like a beamer but hits you plum on middle. Chris Read being an hilarious victim of it IIRC. Brett Lee to Fred last summer during the nail-biting run chase. Neither are the best ever, but crackerjack deliveries nonetheless.
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    I think that was Cairns..yes that was when Cairns seemed to be at his prime with the slower ball. He defeated Graham Thorpe in a similar fashion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim
    I think that was Cairns..yes that was when Cairns seemed to be at his prime with the slower ball. He defeated Graham Thorpe in a similar fashion.
    Once again NZ are insulted by my ignorance, sorry.

    I think Walsh did it to one of our chaps though, buggered if I can remember who, when and where though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barney Rubble
    .......That Wasn't Bowled By Shane Warne. That makes it a bit harder, doesn't it?
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    Warnie's ball to Strauss was an absolute ripper I thought, especially since it was with a relatively new ball.
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