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    Quote Originally Posted by Langeveldt
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    Hahah, it was actually the annual "South Road derby", King's College v Richard Huish college..

    I get myself worked up into a frenzy for these matches.. The following year I came in at number 9 and hit 80* to take us from 64-7 to 211 all out.. It was possibly the most moody thing I have ever done because I seem to get so worked up about giving Huish boys the biggest mauling I can manage.. Then I go back to being a jobbing leg spinner who can bat a bit..
    Good result......i do apologise for my sarcastic comments...leave us Huish boys alone though.....weve got 6 in the Somerset set up at the mo.... ....The south road derby is a classic...one i wish i was good enough to play in...unfortunatly unike u my 80* will never come....and ill stick to my fielding...that can bowl a bit
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcus
    Good result......i do apologise for my sarcastic comments...leave us Huish boys alone though.....weve got 6 in the Somerset set up at the mo.... ....The south road derby is a classic...one i wish i was good enough to play in...unfortunatly unike u my 80* will never come....and ill stick to my fielding...that can bowl a bit
    Hah, I never knew you were a Huish boy.. I know loads of people from the "other side of the road"..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcus
    but 210 vs Bangladesh this year a true achievemnet
    Hmm... u19 games don't mean much until they're backed by achievements for your county... especially u19 games against Bangladesh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard
    Hmm... u19 games don't mean much until they're backed by achievements for your county... especially u19 games against Bangladesh.
    Bangla U19 beat Australia U19. Nuff said...
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    I mean, before Harrisburg, it was highly improbable that what happened in Harrisburg could ever happen, but as soon as it did, the probability happened to go up to no less than 100 percent, so it was almost certain that it had happened.


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    Really?
    When was that?

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    U-19 World Cup 2004.

    Bangladesh U-19 v Australia U-19, Dhaka, 4 March 2004

    Enamul Haque jr took five for 31, Nafis Iqbal and Aftab Ahmed both hit fifties, and Australia committed batting suicide.

    Nearly beat New Zealand too (lost by two wickets and four balls)

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    Wow, the Bangladeshis must wish age-group cricket was played all the way up!

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