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    Gutted I missed it. I do enjoy some handbags at dawn (not the Tana Umaga/Chris Masoe kind though).

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    Read a bit of it, basically it was the same old stuff that we all get sick of. Let's hope both parties grow up soon enough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pasag View Post
    Motion to have the last 4 pages deleted.
    Motion to have everything Richard writes deleted.

    Motion seconded.

    Carried.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macka View Post
    Motion to have everything Richard writes deleted.

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    Carried.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macka View Post
    Motion to have everything Richard writes deleted.

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    Is there any point in continuing this? What purpose does it serve exactly? Absolutely nothing in my book.

    Get the topic back on track.

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    Michael Vaughan is incredibly good to watch when he gets going, and I found it interesting to note he has one of the best conversion rates from 50's to 100's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by James View Post
    Absolutely nothing in my book.
    That's hardly a startling recommendation for me to get down to Whitcoulls and shell out $39.95 for the hardback edition.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard View Post
    And yes, IMO Mark Taylor is a very, very underrated batsman. Probably not quite up there with Australia's very best but better than both Hayden and Langer-the-opener, certainly. Probably better than Slater too, though Slater is one of my favourite Australian batsmen.

    Ian Healy, too, was a bit more than a "handy number-seven" for quite some time, too. He was a damn superb lower-order batsman for much of his career, and also pretty hopeless at the start of it.
    There's a whole other topic in what you've said here; and one that'd fully support. I hate to say it - being from NZ - but Tayls and Healy were two top notch players. One of them was a really decent guy too, and the other... well, he had a lot to say on the pitch, shall we say Still, two of the best cricketers from the 90s in my opinion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Wright View Post
    Done. Hopefully I got them all.
    Could do to add the start of the saga. And a couple of SW\BLE's posts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Voltman View Post
    That's hardly a startling recommendation for me to get down to Whitcoulls and shell out $39.95 for the hardback edition.
    Haha, quality.
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