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    Northern Districts win the state competition

    They beat Auckland by 17 runs, to clinch the one day competition

    I bet the fans are Celebrating

    Northern Districts innings (50 overs maximum) R M B 4 6
    JAH Marshall b Canning 67 127 89 5 1
    ME Parlane b Davis 6 44 34 1 0
    HJH Marshall c Nicol b Horne 65 97 80 5 0
    MN Hart c & b Pryor 25 66 46 0 0
    DP Kelly c & b Haslam 14 26 17 0 0
    JAF Yovich st Young b Horne 2 7 7 0 0
    *+RG Hart not out 21 30 17 2 0
    BP Martin b Pryor 16 8 8 2 1
    MG Orchard not out 4 4 5 0 0
    Extras (lb 2, w 9, nb 3) 14
    Total (7 wickets, 50 overs, 208 mins) 234

    DNB: GW Aldridge, IG Butler.

    FoW: 1-29 (Parlane, 10.3 ov), 2-136 (JAH Marshall, 31.2 ov),
    3-150 (HJH Marshall, 34.6 ov), 4-171 (Kelly, 41.1 ov),
    5-178 (Yovich, 42.6 ov), 6-204 (MN Hart, 46.4 ov),
    7-223 (Martin, 48.3 ov).

    Bowling O M R W
    Davis 10 1 34 1 (2w)
    Pryor 9 0 47 2 (3nb, 6w)
    Canning 10 1 42 1 (1w)
    Haslam 9 0 44 1
    Walker 2 0 19 0
    Barnes 5 0 26 0
    Horne 5 0 20 2


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    Auckland innings (target: 235 runs from 50 overs) R M B 4 6
    LG Howell b Butler 1 38 18 0 0
    MJ Horne c Martin b Yovich 0 9 2 0 0
    MH Richardson c RG Hart b Yovich 5 13 13 1 0
    TK Canning run out (Aldridge) 44 124 99 3 0
    RJ Nicol st RG Hart b MN Hart 33 64 47 5 1
    AC Barnes c Kelly b Martin 33 71 58 2 1
    CR Pryor c HJH Marshall b Aldridge 38 44 30 1 2
    +RA Young not out 36 38 26 5 0
    *BGK Walker not out 4 20 8 0 0
    Extras (lb 2, w 20, nb 1) 23
    Total (7 wickets, 50 overs, 218 mins) 217

    DNB: MJ Haslam, HT Davis.

    FoW: 1-5 (Horne, 1.2 ov), 2-13 (Richardson, 3.5 ov),
    3-18 (Howell, 6.6 ov), 4-73 (Nicol, 23.4 ov),
    5-121 (Canning, 36.5 ov), 6-157 (Barnes, 42.1 ov),
    7-181 (Pryor, 45.5 ov).

    Bowling O M R W
    Butler 10 1 39 1 (1nb, 4w)
    Yovich 10 0 52 2 (11w)
    Orchard 3 1 10 0
    Aldridge 7 0 43 1 (3w)
    Martin 10 2 39 1 (2w)
    MN Hart 10 0 32 1

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    The knights are lucky that Lou wasnt there or it would have been a different game. But ND did have the harder run to the final so good on them.

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    bloody happy to see James Marshall get some runs there. Top bloke and had a great season for us when he was out here for the first few games and he's a really top guy.

    What chance is he of getting a kiwi spot any time soon??

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    I reckon James Marshall could be in line to go to Sri Lanka mid-year.

    I think after the World Cup, the selectors may change their squad selections because at the moment we have far too many all-rounders & not enough batsmen.

    I don't know where he'd bat in tests though...I think in Sri Lanka the openers will be Michael Papps, Mark Richardson & maybe Tim McIntosh.


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    Am I the only one here who finds it odd that NZ players who haven't really done much like Ryder and just about anyone who does well for a few games is suddenly ready for the National Team while in England we have players like Ali Brown and David Fulton piling on 1000+ runs a season and Martin Saggers, James Kirtley and Kevin Dean who end up as the top wicket takers every season yet are not good enough to play for England...

    Also, and I know Rich will love me for this, but if you can find a pace bowler who has taken more wickets at a lower average than Saggers in FC Cricket in the last 3 years then hats off to you.
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    If you ask me, thats probably a difference in the standard of cricket played at first class level.

    David Sales played for Wellington last season & correct me if im wrong but he's regarded as one of England's better first class players isn't he? he averaged around 28 in the 4 dayers.

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    Anyway I don't think the selectors will make the same mistake with Jesse Ryder, I hope..

    Butler is a good fast bowler, but there's no way he was ready to play England last season & likewise with McCullum who practically played his 4th One Dayer at first class level against Australia at Sydney.

    All 3 of these players have been outstanding at U19 level and really got picked because of that...but instead I think they should be playing first class cricket & already with Butler there's a huge difference..he's up near 145 k's & bowling very sharp while McCullum has hit alot of runs for Otago.

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    Originally posted by Tim
    If you ask me, thats probably a difference in the standard of cricket played at first class level.

    David Sales played for Wellington last season & correct me if im wrong but he's regarded as one of England's better first class players isn't he? he averaged around 28 in the 4 dayers.
    No he's classed as one of the up and coming young players, but he's very very inconsistant. He can get a big 200 then a duck in the next innings.

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    Originally posted by Tim
    Anyway I don't think the selectors will make the same mistake with Jesse Ryder, I hope..

    Butler is a good fast bowler, but there's no way he was ready to play England last season & likewise with McCullum who practically played his 4th One Dayer at first class level against Australia at Sydney.

    All 3 of these players have been outstanding at U19 level and really got picked because of that...but instead I think they should be playing first class cricket & already with Butler there's a huge difference..he's up near 145 k's & bowling very sharp while McCullum has hit alot of runs for Otago.
    That's true what you say. England have not pushed Ian Bell into the Test side yet and certianly wouldn't think of picking Bilhal Shayfayt (sorry if I got the spelling wrong) of Nottinghamshire even though he is starring against Australia U-19s for England U-19s. In England we expect consistantly good performances but also the right temprement. The downside of the latter is that we get players like Dawson who play in the right spirit but are not very effective even at County level and are definately not ready for Tests yet.

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    Sales is around 26 & he's an up & coming young player?
    he's played over 90 matches so he's beyond that stage.

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    Ian Bell has made a very good start at first class level, I think one more season for Warwick's and he'll be raring to go for England.

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    Ive just been looking at the scorecard from the U19 World Cup super league match between NZ & England last year.

    It was an extremely close match which NZ won by just 3 runs.
    Jesse Ryder was man of the match for his 54 off 41 balls innings.

    So there doesn't seem to be too much of a difference between the two nations as far as younger players go.

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    Originally posted by Tim
    Sales is around 26 & he's an up & coming young player?
    he's played over 90 matches so he's beyond that stage.
    The guy has been out for over a year with a serious injury so that would make him 24-25 and that is still considered a youngish player. The guy has a lot of talent, seriously, but he's not the complete artical.

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    Originally posted by Tim
    Ian Bell has made a very good start at first class level, I think one more season for Warwick's and he'll be raring to go for England.
    Yeah but then he had that horror season last year

    Still he's a quality player. I would love to see him in the Test Squad for the games against Zimbabwe, it would be a pressure-free debut! Then he would be able to test himself against South Africa later in the year. But I suppose England will just stick with Crawley and Key for the Tests against Zimbabwe, leave Bell to just waste his time in the CC and suffer for it when neither of the players they selected make any real impact in the series. I mean this team has Pollock and Kallis and Kirsten and Gibbs...man we need some new players with a bit about them.

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    WELL DONE ND!

    Great to see the boys had a win...

    Looks like it was a belter of a game too!!
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