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    New Zealands DOMINATION of Australia

    Australia don't have any answer for New Zealand in this ICC series . Looks like Bichel wont get man of the match this game , 6 overs for 59
    we are Fully enjoying this game at 4 for 29. I guess convicts don't make good Cricketers.......

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    WELL , it looks like New Zealand will get a bonus point Tonight..........

    muhahahaha

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    Has any one else noticed that New Zealand is allways restrict australia to under 200

    haha

    good job




    p.s told ya

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    i went to that game and someone had a sign saying "show us your cairns" and i have no idea what he was on about :undecided:
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    what the hell are you going on about,
    NZ has batted first all 4 times, in fact
    after 9 games the team batting 2nd has only
    won twice, once chasing only 108 and once
    due to a freak innings by Chris cairns
    Just remember what has happened in the tests
    , if it were not for rain than the Last
    6 Aus - NZ tests would be 5 - 0 to Australia
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    hmmmmmmmmmm

    if you are watching this game , at the mcg ,
    you would see that fleming has a plan for each of the australians
    and that plan WORKS , unlike any australian plan.
    and as for the test series sure the rain was a factor but at least new zealand tried to get a result , not just played for a draw so as not to affect their "winning" streak.
    anyway australia arn't even going to be in the final of this ICC series...........
    :cheesy: :cheesy: :cheesy: :cheesy: :cheesy:

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    newsboy, you are a very biased idiot.

    australia dominated the first two tests (which your beloved NZ played for draws) and if it wasnt for weather would have won them both. The third test we were set 430ish to win and had go until it was 7/380 odd.

    Oh and I hope you saw the match tonight :P :P :P :P :P

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    Sean, you are also being a little biased in your summary of the Test series!
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    if you are referring to the game last night...29th....i'd just like to remind you WHO WON!!!!!

    WE BEAT NZ...YEH YEH YEH!!!!!

    bevan is such a CHAMPION!

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    yeah , it remids me of a simular innings by a 'CHAMPION' kiwi , cairns....




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    stop talking rubbish everyone & face the facts:

    Australia should have won the test series 2-0 if there had been no rain.

    In the ODIS, NZ have outplayed Australia in every single match except for a couple of individual efforts by Michael Bevan & Glenn McGrath.

    Lets not forget that there is a coin toss in cricket & I'll think you'll find that NZ have not always elected to bat, rather they have been put into bat by the opposition, and so what if they bat first, its working most of the time isn't it? how else can you explain them being at the top of the table



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