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    I don't dislike you. I've never met you. Admittedly, I can get frustrated with you sometimes but being that we're both cricket-boffins then we would probably get on like a house on fire. And yes I would do that because you have expressed how much you want to see it. It's not hard or expensive to mail a DVD somewhere. If it wasn't returned I would have to hunt you down and kill you though

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    Well if you left me a note within about how to send mail halfway across The World I'd probably be able to do said return.

    I'm sure I could probably find the thing for sale somewhere on 't net. Very kind of you to offer, though. If I can't find it I'll take ya up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard View Post
    Well if you left me a note within about how to send mail halfway across The World I'd probably be able to do said return.

    I'm sure I could probably find the thing for sale somewhere on 't net. Very kind of you to offer, though. If I can't find it I'll take ya up.
    OK, just let me know

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    Well mate, I've found it on my Dad's fave website (along with Phil Collins - One More Night on original vinyl chucked in free ), so your kind offer will currently not be required.

    Thanks anyway, don't get me wrong.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard View Post
    Well mate, I've found it on my Dad's fave website (along with Phil Collins - One More Night on original vinyl chucked in free ), so your kind offer will currently not be required.

    Thanks anyway, don't get me wrong.
    That's OK. Enjoy. It's great value. It has highlights of the one-day series as well the 1st and 3rd tests so there's about 4 hrs worth on there.

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    'Twas a good ODI series, that-'un.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard View Post


    'Twas a good ODI series, that-'un.
    Yep, it was very even. 3-2 to NZ. Darren Gough bowled well in that series

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    Daryl Tuffey and Andre Adams - - too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard View Post
    Daryl Tuffey and Andre Adams - - too.
    Adams even played a test in that series! And took 6 wickets I might add

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    And has never played since...

    At the time I was baffled as to why Adams did not play instead of Butler all series, given that Adams a) can bat and b) had done well while Butler had done dreadfully in the ODIs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard View Post
    And has never played since...

    At the time I was baffled as to why Adams did not play instead of Butler all series, given that Adams a) can bat and b) had done well while Butler had done dreadfully in the ODIs.
    Adams is stuck in the zone between not being good enough for international cricket and being too good for 1st class level in NZ.

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    I own a few, and have a few on the way here atm (including Astle's double ton which I eagerly await). The ones that I have in my possession currently are:

    - ESPN Legend of Cricket 7 Disc Set
    - India vs. Australia 2001
    - England vs. India NatWest Series Final
    - The Ashes 2005
    - Pak vs. Ind Test Series 2004
    - Pak vs. Ind ODI Series 2004
    - Inzamans Invincibles: Pakistan v England Test Series 2005
    - Lara 400 Not Out
    - Freddie's Fireworks
    - History of the Ashes
    - Cricket's Greatest Entertainer's XI
    - Story of Cricket
    - World Cup Review 1999
    - World Cup Review 2003
    - Australia vs. WI Test Series 92/93 (Cricketvideo.com)
    - Calypso Cricket 1986 Documentary (Cricketvideo.com)

    I've recently ordered in:
    - Kiwi Master Blaster: Nathan Astle Fastest Double Ton
    - Botham's Ashes
    - South Africa vs. England 2004 Test Series
    - Highlights from the 1983 World Cup
    - Bombay Brownwash (India v England 1993)
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    Quote Originally Posted by GeraintIsMyHero View Post
    Botham's Ashes - The Miracle of Headingley 81
    Cape Crusaders - South Africa 1 England 2 (with bonus disc of ODI series, which is dire except for KP's tons)
    I've got those on the way, are they any good?

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    Jeez, nice collection Jono.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jono View Post
    I've got those on the way, are they any good?
    Botham's Ashes is okay, haven't watched the extras yet which I believe includes a section specifically showing Botham's 149*. The main part of the DVD is jsut the match highlights; it was a good match so obviously the highlights are cool, but I couldn't help but feel the DVD could be a little better.

    The South Africa DVD is okay as well, but it feels a little rushed, a five-match series on just one disc. Well worth a watch though.

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