Tharmi, who was your pick before changing?
It isnt a big deal, but Im not in favor of changes as that player was not available when myself or Somerset picked. ie they were off the market. Doesnt matter though
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Sorry Ted Dexter, maybe I should change him back or one of you guys can take him. Not fussed.
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I was going for Doug Walters and then Matt took him. Saw Dexter and went for him without thinking of where he would bat. Doesn't really fit anywhere without affecting someone else in the line up.
Unless Ted Dexter volunteers to keep wicket I've no interest in him.
BTW Somerset why did you overlook Denis Lindsey, awsome keeper batsmen.
Probably have one allrounder too many, maybe should have taken another specialist bat instead of Faulkner, but I figure with Don in the team, might as well enjoy the edge that give me and strengthen my bowling options.
As in the full draft for me, took Knott as he was an awesome keeper and a very good batsman - he's a fantastically good number 9.
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I like my bowling attack. I figured a lot of guys would go for stats based bowlers. So I tried to pick four bowlers with lots of wickets and good averages. Four of my favorite bowlers as well. I love that batting line up. Apart from Barlow and Hammond the rest are all my favorite batsmen of the era.
I think this side is a lot better then my other two sides, cus I picked my bowlers early. Made the mistake in the past of picking bowlers too late.
They're four really strong teams - even the difference between four and five players makes for much stronger teams, and in this case, we have 100 years of cricket rather than 30 to pick from...
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