Bracewell is a ****ing idiot.
Bracewell is a ****ing idiot.
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Also AWTA. Too concerned with trying to outsmart the opposition, or trying to play mind games, or spewing forth rubbish about skill sets and other crap. Despite having probably the most talented bunch of players overall that we've ever had, we've got technical problems galore, are mentally weak and our fielding seems to have gone down the toilet too. Got to wonder wtf he actually does as a coach.
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mathew sinclair reminds me of the rugby league player cliff lyons... graham lowe once said when hes either hot or either cold no inbetween but you still pick em anyway.
Ryder just bowled by Arnel for 4, Wellington 125/4
Holly hell - 4 off 49 deliveries for Ryder. Maybe he was just getting his eye in?
Bell 81 off 95.
Wellington cruising along @ 3.16 an over.
CD struggling to bowl anyone out. I'm not surprised, worst seam attack in the country which is a damn shame as we have the best FC batsman in the country and all his work is at risk of going to waste.
As for those who say Bracewell is a ****: Wise men.
Keep your eyes on Robbie Schaw at CD, Phlegm. He looked a pretty good leggie when I saw him last year. Looks like he's been a bit expensive (4 an over), but at least he bagged a couple of key wickets.
Canterbury looking to finish last this season. Too much inexperience, though it could be the making of Brandon Hiini who's going to have to take a lot more responsibility with Bat and Ball given he's one of the 'older' players now.
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Originally Posted by Jeffrey Tucker
Is anyone else here a bit scared by the depth we have in domestic cricket these days? There seems to be a lot of young inexperienced players mixed amongst could-have beens. I think in the last year the squads looks drastically inexperienced. Whether thats due to the blackcaps gone or not I do not know but if we were looking for back-up players we might struggle to find true talent. Heres hoping some more players shine on this season.
Ingram again looks in form. How old is he? He seems to be stable at the top of the order. I thought that about Papps last year but he is proving me wrong in the south africa tour. The bowling line ups lack a bit of good spin at the moment.
Its only the beginning of the season so there is a lot to see from the players. Heres hoping there are some that shine brighter than the others this year and we start seeing some higher scores.
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