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    Shivnarine, take a bow


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    Wow no replies. Ya, I was pretty impressed by Shivnarine's perfomance. Kinda reminds me of Rahul Dravid fighting his lonely battles.

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    He does deserve at least an Internet Article about him.
    It was a good article by Pasag. (I think he's Pasag)
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    Quote Originally Posted by andmark View Post
    He does deserve atleast an Internet Article about him.
    It was a good article by Pasag. (I think he's Pasag)
    It sure was pasag. Great article mate. Chanderpaul has been massive in the Test series, lets hope he can convert that into ODI form.
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    He's in the form of his life atm and it's great to see. He's a fantastic batsman and I hope it continues for him.
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    He's this years Yousuf, IMO.
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    Has been pretty astonishing in the just-concluded series, though I do seem to remember a couple of dropped catches.











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    Well done Gelman. Cant say Shiv didn't deserve player of the month.
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    nice article... SIv's not the preetiest to watch but it good player with grit and determination.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZTailender View Post
    He's this years Yousuf, IMO.
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    Has been pretty astonishing in the just-concluded series, though I do seem to remember a couple of dropped catches.











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    Excellent reporting and great seeing the appreciation of Chanderpaul. He's been a favorite of mine since he was in SA.

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    Damn good article.
    He was a big reason I watched those tests.
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    Umm... nice avatar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeraintIsMyHero View Post
    That would be you agreeing with Geg then, wouldn't it?
    Not quite. Yousuf had it for the best part of 12 months. Chanderpaul hasn't had as much anywhere near as Yousuf did in an equivalent number of Tests.

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    Just a shame he isnt able to play freely due to woeful teammates

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