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    YouTube - (1/2) Courtney Walsh Career Highlights

    That Walsh slower ball to Thrope in 2000 (between 5:50-6:06) always makes me laugh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vic_orthdox View Post
    Also found this horrendous advertisement by Channel 9 for their Ashes coverage back in 1989.

    YouTube - Australian 1989 Ashes TV Promo
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    Quote Originally Posted by aussie View Post
    YouTube - (1/2) Courtney Walsh Career Highlights

    That Walsh slower ball to Thrope in 2000 (between 5:50-6:06) always makes me laugh.
    Such an under-rated great, and a true gentleman as well.

    EDIT : Was that ball at Edgbaston BTW, batsmen have often had problems sighting the ball out of the bowler's hand over there.
    Last edited by vcs; 22-10-2010 at 03:08 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vcs View Post
    Such an under-rated great, and a true gentleman as well.

    EDIT : Was that ball at Edgbaston BTW, batsmen have often had problems sighting the ball out of the bowler's hand over there.
    Have to check back. But IIRC Walsh got thorpe twice in that series with such slower balls, that was one of them.


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    YouTube - Sachin Tendulkar launches assault on great fast bowlers of his time - McGrath & Donald

    I saw this game in full ATT. But i should have taped it, since i've never seen replays of it since. The way Tendy played McGrath & Donald that afternoon was superb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aussie View Post
    YouTube - Sachin Tendulkar launches assault on great fast bowlers of his time - McGrath & Donald

    I saw this game in full ATT. But i should have taped it, since i've never seen replays of it since. The way Tendy played McGrath & Donald that afternoon was superb.
    Yeah saw it in full too. Gotta say though in a match of that type you never really know who's putting what effort in.....pretty casual affair. Attapattu got a big ton from memory?

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    Quote Originally Posted by robelinda View Post
    Yeah saw it in full too. Gotta say though in a match of that type you never really know who's putting what effort in.....pretty casual affair. Attapattu got a big ton from memory?
    Chanderpaul. Princess of Wales Memorial Match: MCC v Rest of World XI

    I'd wager McGrath was putting in a fair effort TBF from memory. He was chirping away n cursing after being hit for 4 as usual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aussie View Post
    Chanderpaul. Princess of Wales Memorial Match: MCC v Rest of World XI

    I'd wager McGrath was putting in a fair effort TBF from memory. He was chirping away n cursing after being hit for 4 as usual.
    Ah, SA toured Eng that year, Attapattu got a ton in the Lords one dayer, thats what I mustve been thinking of.

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    YouTube - Hrishikesh Kanitkar 1998

    What a match this was and what a shot by Hrishikesh Kanitkar to win it .
    Tremendous rivalry and intensity between the two teams back then.

    Kanitkar literally spent the rest of his career living off that one shot. He used to be a off spinner who could bat in domestic cricket ,but became a prolific run getter in the domestic circuit after that one shot though.
    Could not cut it at the International level though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robelinda View Post
    Ah, SA toured Eng that year, Attapattu got a ton in the Lords one dayer, thats what I mustve been thinking of.
    Probably. My memory of the SRI leg of that 98 summer is pretty vague outside of Murali spinning out ENG ATM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aussie View Post
    YouTube - Sachin Tendulkar launches assault on great fast bowlers of his time - McGrath & Donald

    I saw this game in full ATT. But i should have taped it, since i've never seen replays of it since. The way Tendy played McGrath & Donald that afternoon was superb.
    Just about remember that.

    Was a great innings by Sachin .He really attacked Mcgrath that day ,with the pressure off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cevno View Post
    YouTube - Hrishikesh Kanitkar 1998

    What a match this was and what a shot by Hrishikesh Kanitkar to win it .
    Tremendous rivalry and intensity between the two teams back then.

    Kanitkar literally spent the rest of his career living off that one shot. He used to be a off spinner who could bat in domestic cricket ,but became a prolific run getter in the domestic circuit after that one shot though.
    Could not cut it at the International level though.
    Ye i remember him & Vijay Bhardwaj (spell check) coming to AUS 99/00 with alot of hype & they looked way short of international quality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aussie View Post
    Probably. My memory of the SRI leg of that 98 summer is pretty vague outside of Murali spinning out ENG ATM.
    Pretty sure they played a tri series with SA and Eng for the one dayers, significant because it was the first one in england, and the first time they had used coloured clothing in england for one dayers, only about 20 years late!!! Though I recall SA playing 3 one dayers too vs Eng, I dunno, boring summer, struggling to remember!

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    YouTube - Sachin's Rare video....4 sixes to abdul qadir.

    Sachin Tendulkar was in his debut series.
    The official one-dayer had been abandoned because of bad light and a 20-over exhibition match organised instead. Pakistan put on 157 and India only got close thanks to an 18-ball 53 from a 16-year-old Sachin Tendulkar. One over from Abdul Qadir read: 6, 0, 4, 6 6 6. It announced Tendulkar to the world.

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    Really rare footage from that match 1:20 onwards and Qadir talking about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cevno View Post
    YouTube - Hrishikesh Kanitkar 1998

    What a match this was and what a shot by Hrishikesh Kanitkar to win it .
    Tremendous rivalry and intensity between the two teams back then.

    Kanitkar literally spent the rest of his career living off that one shot. He used to be a off spinner who could bat in domestic cricket ,but became a prolific run getter in the domestic circuit after that one shot though.
    Could not cut it at the International level though.
    This was awesome. India-Pak in the '90s was something else.



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