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    Sajid Mahmood bowls at 92mph ?!

    Dis anyone see it? when he was consistently bowling quick in the 20twenty the other day ?...

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    Thats about the same as my cars top speed...

    To be honest, I reckon Marietjie is the better bowler too...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Masterplan

    Supporting - Devon Smith, Marlon Samuels, Simon Jones, Sajid Mahmood, Ian Salisbury & Kieth Parsons..
    You're joking, right? A big fan of mediocrity are you?

    Anyway, Sajid needs to find his line and length before he worries about his speed. Voice of experience talking here.
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    Yep. 92.5mph and constantly over 90mph. Impressive, but in a T20 or early overs of an ODI, you must take speeds with a pinch of salt. After all, RP Singh has hit 90mph in a T20 and he is very much a medium pacer. Likewise, Sreesanth has hit 93mph in the early overs of an ODI but is a medium pacer in the latter overs or in a Test or even late in a series.
    The speed at which a fielding team gets through the innings is overrated.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Manee View Post
    RP Singh has hit 90mph in a T20 and he is very much a medium pacer. Likewise, Sreesanth has hit 93mph
    Yes I know but i was thinking more about English bowlers.. there aren't too many quick ones around at the moment...

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    Decent figures again for Saj tonight against Yorkshire, 4-0-13-2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woodster View Post
    Decent figures again for Saj tonight against Yorkshire, 4-0-13-2.
    Saj usually takes no wickets at about.. 10 an over

    Lol

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    Mahmood bowling at these sorts of speeds is nothing new, UIMM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HeathDavisSpeed View Post
    You're joking, right? A big fan of mediocrity are you?
    Jones is an oasis in a desert, but yes, some like to support paucity and hope it'll do better every now and then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard View Post
    Jones is an oasis in a desert, but yes, some like to support paucity and hope it'll do better every now and then.

    Dominic Cork? Iain O'Brien?

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    At least Cork was awesome for a year-and-a-bit (and again a handful of times later, such as 1998 and 2000), and at least O'Brien has generally been awesome at domestic level.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Masterplan View Post
    Saj usually takes no wickets at about.. 10 an over

    Lol
    Not in this years Twenty20, his figures in full so far read 16-0-81-9.
    Not bad at all, an economy a tick over 5 runs per over, each wicket costing only 9!!
    We have a new and improved Saj Mahmood !!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manee View Post
    After all, RP Singh has hit 90mph in a T20 and he is very much a medium pacer.


    RP averages around 84-85mph no?
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    Yes, which is medium pace. Moreover, he drops to as low as 78mph in Test matches.

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