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    Australian Grade Cricket Finals

    The Victorian, Sydney, Brisbane and Tasmanian Grade Cricket Finals are all today.

    All scores can be found at http://cricket.com.au/.

    Very Interesting Sydney Grade Final atm Bollinger and Lamebrt doing well.

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    St. Kilda shooting for their 5th straight title, currently have Dandenong 5/98 off 58 overs. Their bowling attack isn't that great anymore - although I'm sure the weather (been raining, overcast for the past few days and all day today) wouldn't be helping their batting.

    St. Kilda's batting line-up of Shaun Craig (ex-first class batsman), Jewell, Klinger and Rummans (usually have Quiney too, but he's injured) will be pretty hard to stop. Although Dandenong have the best pace attack in the competition with Pattinson and Siddle, as well as Boraston who is a pretty good grade bowler.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AussieDominance View Post
    The Victorian, Sydney, Brisbane and Tasmanian Grade Cricket Finals are all today.

    All scores can be found at http://cricket.com.au/.

    Very Interesting Sydney Grade Final atm Bollinger and Lamebrt doing well.
    FL would be very disappointed with that score in Sydney, given their line up and that the won the toss. Mate of mine coaches them - he'll be filthy.
    Don't think they'll be too happy with having to play at Bankstown despite FL finishing minor premiers either.
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    Brisbane final actually started last weekend and is played over two weekends. Michael Buchanan got injured during the game but Uni should still be close to victory.


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    Anyone got the tables for all the grades from each state

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    Interested to see Bollinger and how he is doing, he is going to be Worcestershires second overseas player

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    Quote Originally Posted by vic_orthdox View Post
    St. Kilda shooting for their 5th straight title, currently have Dandenong 5/98 off 58 overs. Their bowling attack isn't that great anymore - although I'm sure the weather (been raining, overcast for the past few days and all day today) wouldn't be helping their batting.

    St. Kilda's batting line-up of Shaun Craig (ex-first class batsman), Jewell, Klinger and Rummans (usually have Quiney too, but he's injured) will be pretty hard to stop. Although Dandenong have the best pace attack in the competition with Pattinson and Siddle, as well as Boraston who is a pretty good grade bowler.

    what side do you play for

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    Jack plays for the Camberwell Magpies,

    Burgey whats the guys name as my dad is batting coach at North Sydney?

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    Fair game for Van Deinsen.
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    Yeah he is a pretty handy player former NSW All Rounder.



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