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Thread: CW Annual Awards - Greigy

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    CW Annual Awards - Greigy

    Below we have the five worst predictions of the year (accompanied by little blurbs), as judged by archie mac; he has done a great job with his selections.
    We want you to vote for the best, simple.

    Prince EWS - Symonds goes on to 150 ...
    Quote Originally Posted by Prince EWS View Post
    I don't think Symonds is going to last long regardless of what he does, because he is rubbish.
    Ed - They declared just after this prediction ...
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    They'll bat as long as Gilchrist keeps going like this, he's got a chance to break Astle's record at this rate.
    andyc (his other famous prediction never actually won an award, it only received special mention) - Dizzy goes on to make 200, in his last Test innings?
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    And play's started. Cricinfo says that the sun is shining through the clouds, so hopefully we'll get a full (or close enough) day's play in. If this weather keeps up, Australia's pretty much going to have to go for an innings victory, or at least a very small final innings chase, so they'll probably need around 400-450+ to ensure that they'll be able to win in time.

    On an unrelated note, it'll be interesting to see how much Gillespie gets here. I'm gonna say he'll make about 38, off say 150 balls, but he won't make his fifty.
    Sanz - Well history shows they did not quite achieve it ...
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    As usual Tendulkar takes India into the final, I am sure we will beat WI to win the DLF cup.
    Pasag - This was from the ICC CT where the Windies defeated Australia ...
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    This will come down to the wire, but with Hussey and Clarke yet to come, this match is ours.
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    Prince EWS here although I can't believe Cameron's Mick Lewis one was never given an award. It was basically the perfect Greigy.
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    PrinceEWS I would have voted for Andy's Mick Lewis prediction though
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    EWS for me too.

    Sanz's post is clearly sarcastic and never should have won a Greig award in the first place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FaaipDeOiad
    Sanz's post is clearly sarcastic and never should have won a Greig award in the first place.
    Yup, but we all know about Archie's sense of humor ...

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    I'm voting for Cameron tbh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by adharcric View Post
    Yup, but we all know about Archie's sense of humor ...
    In my defence, I did mention in the awards post, that this was T in C

    I was looking for the one where someone said Langer was finished and he then blasted a triple ton, but could not find it
    You know it makes sense.

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    Absolutely gutted that my Lewis call didn't rank a mention
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    Quote Originally Posted by andyc View Post


    Absolutely gutted that my Lewis call didn't rank a mention
    Its the biggest Greigy ever!

    Anyway Prince EWS from this lot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by archie mac View Post
    In my defence, I did mention in the awards post, that this was T in C

    I was looking for the one where someone said Langer was finished and he then blasted a triple ton, but could not find it
    That was howardj. He was arguing that Langer's place in the team should be in question, and quoted his record for Somerset for the season, which was an average of 20 or so from one match. In the next match he scored 300.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FaaipDeOiad View Post
    That was howardj. He was arguing that Langer's place in the team should be in question, and quoted his record for Somerset for the season, which was an average of 20 or so from one match. In the next match he scored 300.

    Looks like it never won an award either

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    I voted for Saggers, then realised I should have voted for AndyC for his repeated Greigy prowess - even if the wrong post is shortlisted, he's the deserving winner...
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    Looks like PrinceEWS is the top Greigy of 2006. The best way to avoid another Mick prediction missing out is for you guys to nominate worthy posts when you see them.
    Not that hard tbh.

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