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  • Dimitri Mascarenhas

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  • Jeremy Snape

    3 10.00%
  • Freddy Flintoff

    24 80.00%
  • Paul Collingwood

    2 6.67%
  • Chris Schofield

    1 3.33%
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Thread: Worlds Best All Rounder - Poll 2 - England

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    Worlds Best All Rounder - Poll 2 - England

    following on from Poll 1 - Australia

    I will do a series of polls, 1 for each test playing nation (now including Zim and Bangla + a combined associates poll) to see who you believe is the best all rounder of that country. I will then place all of the poll winners in another poll, to determine who the worlds best all-rounder is.

    This poll will end in 1 week.
    Next Poll: India
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    Umm... there's really no point.

    Even if he's unfit, no-one in the country has touched Andrew Flintoff for nearly 4 years now.
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    Yeah I know, just to keep this user-decided, lol

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    Aww, come on. Jeremy Snape? As if Schofield wasn't bad enough...


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    I had to vote Schofield. Its a sympathy vote. But if he comes 2nd i'll be a happy man
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    How can a white()-blooded Lancastrian pick Schofield ahead of Flintoff?

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    Damn, I really wanted to vote for Shah.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prince EWS View Post
    Damn, I really wanted to vote for Shah.
    But he cant bat very well

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    Quote Originally Posted by SJS View Post
    But he cant bat very well
    Fair enough.

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    Why does England play Mascarenhas against any side other than India ?

    Here are his scores for England in matches against other teams.

    • West Indies (Lord's ODI) : ....2
    • West Indies (Birmingham) :.. 3
    • West Indies (Nottingham) :... 5
    • Zimbabwe (T20 WC) :.......... 0
    • Australia (T20 WC) :............ 4
    • South Africa (T20 WC) : .....15 no
    • NewZeaLand (T20WC) :...... 0


    - A grand total of 29 runs in 6 completed innings at a mind boggling 4.67 per innings.

    - A grand total of 50 balls faced in the seven innings.

    I doubt if any other player in any other side in the world has such a 'stand out' performance over this period.

    Today is another day of course. England are playing India and India have a left arm spinner called Yuvaraj Singh Will England play Dmitri, the "all rounder" again ? If yes, will Dhoni throw the ball to his new deputy ?

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    Dimitri is just a bowler who can have a swing IMO. He's yet to play a proper cricket shot for runs. Handy to have at the death of the innings for his six hitting I suppose, but I definitely think his batting is over-appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prince EWS View Post
    Dimitri is just a bowler who can have a swing IMO. He's yet to play a proper cricket shot for runs. Handy to have at the death of the innings for his six hitting I suppose, but I definitely think his batting is over-appreciated.



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    Quote Originally Posted by cpr View Post
    I had to vote Schofield. Its a sympathy vote. But if he comes 2nd i'll be a happy man
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