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    NZ domestic: State Championship final

    Yes I know the world cup is on, but this is worth discussing as a number of players taking part may appear in future world cups.

    Anyway, at the end of day 3, the game is as follows.

    Canterbury
    443/8 decl (Papps 132, Stewart 118, Southee 3/74, Yovich 2/104)

    Northern districts
    319 (Horsley 66, Yovich 52, Bennett 4/46, Burtt 3/70

    Canterbury
    19/2 (Papps 12*, Hiini 5*, Southee 1/7, Aldridge 1/10

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    Papps falls just short of his fifth century of the season, going for 96 - however, still ends up with more than 1000 runs for the season. Canterbury about 180/5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Voltman View Post
    Papps falls just short of his fifth century of the season, going for 96 - however, still ends up with more than 1000 runs for the season. Canterbury about 180/5.
    He has sown up a test opening spot for himself imo. Can't ignore figures like that
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiery View Post
    He has sown up a test opening spot for himself imo. Can't ignore figures like that
    Absolutely. The old record was about 850 wasn't it? Amazing.


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    MHW Papps 9 9 0 258 62 28.66

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    Papps just missed out on a century today, Harris got an unbeaten 54. Leaves Northern Districts around 300 to chase tomorrow with one wicket down already, should be interesting.
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    Pretty dull finish to the game in the end, with Northern not even bothering to chase down the runs, and calling off the game after tea. Still, at least Hamish got some runs. Its kinda silly though that Bracewell keeps pursuing him as a one day option when all his form in the last year has been in first class cricket. It think since he last played test cricket for New Zealand he's scored about 2000 runs for his various provincial/county sides at 58.5.

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    Bahnz,

    To be fair to ND, it was Canterbury who put forward the idea of calling the game off.



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