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    2006-07 ICC Tri-Series

    Well nobody else mightnot care (apart from the Dutch, Hak and a few others) but here it is:

    It is in South Africa at the moment and it has just startered.

    Fixture list:

    November 2006
    Sun 26 1st Match - Canada v Netherlands
    Sedgars Park, Potchefstroom
    Mon 27 2nd Match - Bermuda v Canada
    Sedgars Park, Potchefstroom
    Tue 28 3rd Match - Bermuda v Netherlands
    Sedgars Park, Potchefstroom
    Thu 30 4th Match - Bermuda v Canada
    Willowmoore Park, Benoni
    December 2006
    Fri 1 5th Match - Canada v Netherlands
    Willowmoore Park, Benoni
    Sat 2 6th Match - Bermuda v Netherlands

    Tri-series squads:

    Bermuda Irving Romaine, Dean Minors, Janeiro Tucker, Saleem Mukuddern, Stephen Outerbridge, Hasan Durham, Dwayne Leverock, Clay Smith, Ryan Steede, Lionel Cann, Kevin Hurdle, Kwame Tucker, Rodney Trott, Stefan Kelly, David Hemp.

    Netherlands Bas Zuiderent, Tom de Groot, Eric Szwarczynski, Ryan ten Doeschate, Billy Stelling, Jeroen Smits, Luuk van Troost, Mark Jonkman, Peter Borren, Alexei Kervezee, Daan van Bunge, Pieter Seelaar, Muhammed Kashif.

    Canada George Codrington, Qaiser Ali, Desmond Chumney, Sandeep Jyoti, Sunil Dhaniram, Don Maxwell, Abdool Samad, Ashish Bagai, Asif Mulla, Kevin Sandher, Umar Bhatti, Henry Osinde, Sanjay Thuraisingham.

    According to cricinfo the 1st game is an official ODI so I guess the rest of them are.
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    How come John Davison isn't playing for Canada? Some of the Canadian bowling has been pretty wayward so far with the exception of Bhatti, who's ten overs only cost 40 runs and got him the wicket of Szwarczynski. Solid start for the Netherlands really, epect ten Doeschate to dominate this competition.
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    Well after 23.4 overs the Dutch are flying along with a total 2/149 with Bas Zuiderent (44) and Eric Szwarczynski (31) (Szwarczynski was born in Vanderbijlpark, South Africa and don't ask me how to pronounce his name).

    Ryan ten Doeschate is flying with 49 off 36 balls.

    Looking at 310+ with wickets in hand.

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    Can't help but feel sorry for Geoff Barnett, currently playing Domestic Cricket in New Zealand and I don't think he was released to play for Canada which is a bit of a shame especially considering these games have a full ODI status. Loving ten Doeschate's ODI career average of 144.


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    Why did I post that? ten Doeschate gone for 49 off 44 balls, LBW to Codrington.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perm
    How come John Davison isn't playing for Canada? Some of the Canadian bowling has been pretty wayward so far with the exception of Bhatti, who's ten overs only cost 40 runs and got him the wicket of Szwarczynski. Solid start for the Netherlands really, epect ten Doeschate to dominate this competition.
    Davison is probably playing grade in SA, just as Barnett is in Central Districts. Probably better practice TBH.

    I'm wondering why VCC legend Atse Buurman isn't playing...would be useful to up the run rate right about now...(not that Canada have any shout of matching 250 against Kashif and ten Doeschate, regardless how much awful bowling Borren and Jonkman may serve up.)
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    The Netherlands slowed down a fair bit after losing ten Doeschate with Sunil Dhaniram bowling really well and returning figures of 3/34 off 10. Netherlands are 212/6 after 41 overs and should get to around 250.

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    Disappointed these games are being played at Potch and Benoni. Would have liked to have seen a game or 2 at TUKs and gone along to watch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel_Vimes
    Davison is probably playing grade in SA, just as Barnett is in Central Districts. Probably better practice TBH.
    Davison back in NSW i think, playing for Mosman. One expects he will be batting for NSW at Number 7 next game.
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    Netherlands 271/8
    RN ten Doeschate 49 (44) AN Kervezee 49 (68), B Zuiderent 44 (73)
    Sunil Dhaniram 3/34 (10), U Bhatti 1/40 (10)

    Well played by Netherlands, some of the Candian bowling was absolutely terrible.

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    I was looking at the canada vs netherlands game and i just observed that all most all of the canadian players were born in india, Guyana/west indies, pakistan or some other place than canada...only 2 i think were born in canada....why is this? shouldn't a country have more/majority of its players born it the same country?....whats your guys think about that...

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    Quote Originally Posted by LA ICE-E
    I was looking at the canada vs netherlands game and i just observed that all most all of the canadian players were born in india, Guyana/west indies, pakistan or some other place than canada...only 2 i think were born in canada....why is this? shouldn't a country have more/majority of its players born it the same country?....whats your guys think about that...
    There's nothing to think about this...

    Basically Canadian youth other than those who have immigrated here, don't play cricket. We're not a cricket nation. The "white" people, who are the majority, don't play cricket... They indulge in sports like Lacross, Ice Hockey, Basketball, and Football (American). Therefore, the only one's who are playing cricket are the immigrants who have been exposed to the sport since childhood. A lot of Canadians don't even know what cricket is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbinator
    There's nothing to think about this...

    Basically Canadian youth other than those who have immigrated here, don't play cricket. We're not a cricket nation. The "white" people, who are the majority, don't play cricket... They indulge in sports like Lacross, Ice Hockey, Basketball, and Football (American). Therefore, the only one's who are playing cricket are the immigrants who have been exposed to the sport since childhood. A lot of Canadians don't even know what cricket is.
    it doesn't have to be a cricket nation but atleast they should be exposed to it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbinator
    There's nothing to think about this...

    Basically Canadian youth other than those who have immigrated here, don't play cricket. We're not a cricket nation. The "white" people, who are the majority, don't play cricket... They indulge in sports like Lacross, Ice Hockey, Basketball, and Football (American). Therefore, the only one's who are playing cricket are the immigrants who have been exposed to the sport since childhood. A lot of Canadians don't even know what cricket is.
    Hey, If there ever came a time where Cnada needed more white people, Im in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbinator
    There's nothing to think about this...

    Basically Canadian youth other than those who have immigrated here, don't play cricket. We're not a cricket nation. The "white" people, who are the majority, don't play cricket... They indulge in sports like Lacross, Ice Hockey, Basketball, and Football (American). Therefore, the only one's who are playing cricket are the immigrants who have been exposed to the sport since childhood. A lot of Canadians don't even know what cricket is.
    Well atleast where are the expats that were born in canada? are there no expats that play cricket?

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