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    Quote Originally Posted by GoT_SpIn
    Which smith are we talking about. I know a steve smith who plays for Sutherland

    nah Daniel, who was Haddin's back up for the state team this year.
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    i played emerging blues for north who did you play for? and who was the fastest under 13?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AussieDominance
    i played emerging blues for north who did you play for? and who was the fastest under 13?
    I forget his name, it was either u13 or u12- cant quite remember

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    ok how did you go in it?


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    We won the year i played.

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    NSW squad been released 3 new names tim lang,grant roden and scott coyte hope they put good pressure on bird/nicho and bollinger.
    No contracts for corey richards ,ian moran both at scotland and jarrad burke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by age_master
    David Warner averaged mid 50's this year i think i saw somewhere, he could well get a rookie contract next season.
    Well i was right - NSW contracts full list from nswblues.com.au

    SpeedBlitz Blues Contracted Players
    Friday, June 2, 2006

    Cricket NSW has announced its SpeedBlitz Blues contracted players for season 2006-07.

    New signings include spinners Beau Casson (formerly WA) and Nathan Hauritz (formerly QLD) who will move to Sydney later this year.

    Cricket NSW has recognised the fine performances of several players in the Sydney Grade competition last year.

    Scott Coyte (Campbelltown-Camden),Tim Lang (University of NSW), and Grant Roden (Western Suburbs) have all been given contracts for the first time.

    Coyte is a 21-year-old right-arm quick who took 59 wickets at an average of 15.46 wickets in grade last year to be the leading wicket-taker in the competition.

    Lang is a 25 year-old fast bowling all-rounder who has been a consistent performer in
    Grade cricket.

    Last summer he took 54 wickets at 17.43 to be second on the wicket-takers list behind
    Coyte.

    Lang has taken 50 wickets or more for the past two seasons, and was player of the Grade Final in 2004-05.

    Roden got a taste of cricket for the SpeedBlitz Blues last summer, making his ING Cup debut against Tasmania last summer and being included in the 13-man squad for the final in Adelaide.

    Roden was a standout in the Cricket Australia Cup, taking 28 wickets at 15.17 to be the leading wicket-taker in the competition.

    He took two ten wicket hauls in consecutive matches, returning 4 for 57 and 6 for 34 against Tasmania and 5 for 43 and 6 for 72 against South Australia.

    The 26-year-old paceman took 35 wickets at 25.60 in Grade cricket, with a best bowling performance of 5 for 38 last summer in grade cricket.

    Two new players have been given rookie contracts.

    Promising batsman Usman Khawaja (Randwick-Petersham) and David Warner (Eastern Suburbs) have been awarded rookie contracts for the first time.

    Khawaja and Warner were both members of the Australian Under 19 World Cup squad.

    Khawaja is an opening batsman for Randwick-Petersham, who made 360 runs last
    summer with three fifties and a century.

    He was named Under 19 Player of the National Championships.

    Warner averaged 50 in grade cricket last summer for Eastern Suburbs making six fifties and a century and scoring 650 runs for the season.

    All-rounder Moises Henriques has been upgraded to a full-contract after some impressive form in the ING Cup last summer.

    Batsman Matthew Phelps and Graham Thorpe have both retired, while Corey Richards and rookie contracted player Jarrad Burke have been delisted.

    Nine players received Cricket Australia contracts: Nathan Bracken, Stuart Clark, Michael Clarke, Brad Haddin, Phil Jaques, Simon Katich, Brett Lee, Glenn McGrath, and Stuart MacGill.

    The list of SpeedBlitz Blues contracted players is:



    Name Age

    Aaron Bird 22
    Doug Bollinger 24
    Mark Cameron 25
    Beau Casson 23
    Ed Cowan 23
    Scott Coyte 21
    Murray Creed 27
    Nathan Haurtiz 24
    Moises Henriques 19
    Jason Krejza 23
    Grant Lambert 28
    Tim Lang 25
    Greg Mail 28
    Matthew Nicholson 31
    Aaron O’Brien 24
    James Packman 26
    Grant Roden 26
    Craig Simmons 23
    Daniel Smith 24
    Dominic Thornely 27

    Rookies

    Tom Cooper 19
    Peter Forrest 20
    John Hastings 20
    Usman Khawaja 19
    Stephen O’Keefe 21
    Martin Paskal 20
    David Warner 19

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    thing that surprised me was moises getting upgraded to a full time contract when he got absolutely carved last year in OD

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    Very happy to see Scotty get a go...

    Another of the very talented youngsters out of Campbelltown..
    Pity we cant seem to hold on to them...

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    hope he really developes on the contract

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    Quote Originally Posted by GotSpin View Post
    Which smith are we talking about. I know a steve smith who plays for Sutherland
    GS with the first mention of Steve Smith.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Athlai View Post
    GS with the first mention of Steve Smith.
    Was the first mention of Warner in this thread too?
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    I was originally a little disturbed that a topic as uninteresting as Sydney Grade Cricket would garner more than 25 replies but then much to my relief I noticed that it took nearly 10 years for this to occur.
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