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    Probably right. Just thoguht I read that it was his 92nd last night
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    Just checked cricinfo, he had scored 90 going into this game and now has 91. Will he crack the ton by the end of the season? I'm not sure how many games he'll play.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GeraintIsMyHero View Post
    Probably right. Just thoguht I read that it was his 92nd last night
    They might have counted the hundred against Bradford/Leeds. Which isn't first class.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Perm View Post
    Just checked cricinfo, he had scored 90 going into this game and now has 91. Will he crack the ton by the end of the season? I'm not sure how many games he'll play.
    I think he will play about 10 or 11 more FC games if picked this season. It's certainly possible


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    Say 20 odd-innings left, it wouldn't surprise me too much if he did crack the ton.

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    Cook has 16 (assuming he is going to make that one today), and he is only 22, a cert for mine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhoenixFire View Post
    Cook has 16 (assuming he is going to make that one today), and he is only 22, a cert for mine.
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    Can't really call something a cert if it's going to take 10+ years to get there.

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    Ramps will do it next year I think - and I'm going to do my best to be there to see it. I saw Martin Bicknell get his 1000th wicket (maybe the last English bowler to do it?) but that would be something else. Just hope it's a home game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stumpski View Post
    Ramps will do it next year I think - and I'm going to do my best to be there to see it. I saw Martin Bicknell get his 1000th wicket (maybe the last English bowler to do it?) but that would be something else. Just hope it's a home game.
    Caddick must be there or thereabouts. Although he might've even beaten Bicknell to it so you could be right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swervy View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by PhoenixFire View Post
    Cook has 16 (assuming he is going to make that one today), and he is only 22, a cert for mine.
    nah
    Why not? He could quite easily be playing for another 16 or 17 years at least, and as long as he gets a decent number of games for Essex - which he has so far and will continue to do if he doesn't make a successful ODI career - he should easily score 100 centuries. And his chances are even better if we start getting a few more proper tour-games, which I'm hopeful might, maybe, happen again sometime.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhoenixFire View Post
    Cook has 16 (assuming he is going to make that one today), and he is only 22, a cert for mine.
    Future scheduling will play a huge part there, won't it? I mean, if they continue to have the number of OS tours they do now, or even increase them as, say the Bangas get better,(hopefully) Zimbobs get their act together and possibly Ireland come in (who knows 10-15 years down the track?), will the players get enough FC matches to reach the heights of yesteryear? With scheduling like the last Ashes series (both home and away), where visiting teams get minimal wamr up matches vs Counties/ States, will there be enough games played?
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    Quote Originally Posted by stumpski View Post
    I saw Martin Bicknell get his 1000th wicket (maybe the last English bowler to do it?)
    Amazing effort for bowlers to do that. Also makes Warne et al's efforts in taking 1000+ international wickets all the more amazing.

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    I'll be very surprised if there isn't many more players like Ramps, Hick and Bicknell who don't make it into the Tests and ODIs regularly and play a bucket load of FC matches and reach those feats. Also what about some like RTD who wont miss many matches during the season as he has the option of missing Holland games for county matches. Players like that who can't play for England would have to be a chance as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby View Post
    Caddick must be there or thereabouts. Although he might've even beaten Bicknell to it so you could be right.
    He has already passed the mark, sitting on 1087 at the moment.

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