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    Quote Originally Posted by vic_orthdox
    Meh, I won't be able to resist posting in here anyways

    Just thought I'd do a bit of research on how Bob coped with not making the American side (I'm pretty sure he didn't - there's no Fardin there!).

    Obviously not all that well...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Voltman
    He quit because he got hit on the 'tighs'? Has he not heard of a thigh guard?
    That'd be a tigh gurd, silly.
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    haha good ol' fardin!
    that guy about that Holland bit that could well be me..although he's sri lankan that guy and the cricplanet guy is aussie and i play U17 dev team . so probably not, some people are just really jealous
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    Australia got Panyangara'd last time around, which meant they missed out on the last eight of the tournament at Zimbabwe's expense.

    I'm loving England's draw, unfortunately our team is crap. So whoever gets us in the QF/whatever round comes next will in all likelihood muller us.

    The UK is getting the semi-finals and onwards live on Sky Sports - Jack, if that's not enough incentive for you to get there, I dunno what is...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Pickup
    The UK is getting the semi-finals and onwards live on Sky Sports - Jack, if that's not enough incentive for you to get there, I dunno what is...
    hell im giving the persons with sky a visit ! then

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    Quote Originally Posted by vic_orthdox
    Jon Holland's a great left arm orthodox bowler. He'll carry the spin department - probably single handedly...
    yep he took 5/80 for the Victorian 2nd XI last week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by James90
    Haha onya Bob. Most improved member.
    Mind you, if you look at some of the other members, it's not hard to see how he got it!

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    BD Players to Keep an Eye on:

    Saquibul Hasan (LHB, SLA, genuine all-rounder)
    Mushfiqur Rahim (RHB, WK, wkt-batsman)
    Tamim Iqbal (opening batsman)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Pickup
    Panyangara'd
    The least common verb in the English language?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barney Rubble
    The least common verb in the English language?
    Including a rogue apostrophe, if the past tense of the word isnt really "Panyangaraed."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prince EWS
    Including a rogue apostrophe, if the past tense of the word isnt really "Panyangaraed."
    Oooh Neil, apostrophes. Is hypocritical the right word to use here?

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    Is it only Rahim from Bangladesh, and Cremer from Zimbabwe, who have played international cricket to this point who'll be playing in the tournament?

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    If you don't include Eoin Morgan at Ireland who AFAIK played in the Intercontinental Cup in 2005, and possibly a couple of the Nepalis/Namibians, then yes.

    Edit: plus Williams and Chibabha at Zimbabwe

    For the Bangladeshis, Saqibul Hasan and Mehrab Hossain jnr have also played A-level cricket
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    Sean Williams, Zimbabwe's captain, has played ODIs, and Justice Chibhabha played one, got a duck, but is supposed to be a very exciting prospect. Kudakwashe Samunderu played for the A side. Apparently Sean is very troubled about whether he should play or not. His father, who is quite a forceful man by all accounts (Zimbabwe's hockey coach), doesn't want him to go. Other Zimbabweans to look out for are Nicolson and Kasteni.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vic_orthdox
    Is it only Rahim from Bangladesh, and Cremer from Zimbabwe, who have played international cricket to this point who'll be playing in the tournament?
    Sean Williams and Justice Chibhabha of Zimbabwe have played international cricket as well, while Donald Samunderu (again Zimbabwe) has been in the ODI squad a few times, albeit not actually playing.

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