Picks so Far
1.1 Michaelf7777777 = Graeme and Shaun Pollock
1.2. Nufan = Ranjitsinhji and Duleepsinhji
1.5. Noble One
1.6. Boy Brumby
1.7. Archie mac
2.2 Archie mac
2.3 Boy Brumby
2.4 Noble One
Just clarifying some rules.
24 hour time out seems most fair. If the game is running too slow, maybe change it at a later round.
Can I play?
RIP Fardin Qayyumi (AKA "cricket player"; "Bob"), 1/11/1990 - 15/4/2006
Metallics has had his 12 hours by my count; Mr Fertang up now, surely?
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- As featured in The Independent.
"The committee discussed the issue of illegal bowling actions, and believed that there are a number of bowlers currently employing suspect actions in international cricket, and that the ICC's reporting and testing procedures are not adequately scrutinising these bowlers."
- Even the ICC's own official press release thinks things must change
I'm ready willing and able but not clear if its 12 or 24 - I don't want to break the rules on my first go!!
I like 18 hours.
12 is pretty tough at times, 24 drags it out a bit too much.
It's too long after getting up for this fertang to slip on these Brumby/NUFAN laid bananaskins - should have tried it a couple of hours ago lads before the days first intake of caffeine
Well i think that's 24 hours on any measurement so I shall proceed with my medical choices, a doctor first and the coroner for later
WG and EM Grace
Round arm bowling will be my secret weapon
My selections are Clive Lloyd and his cousin Lance Gibbs.
Clive Lloyd was such a fantastic test batsman. He was so imposing against any pace attack. Will also make a terrific captain for my side. Brilliant in the field too, one of the greats.
Lance Gibbs is such an underrated spin bowler considering the feats he achieved over his test career. Miserly, and yet could still run through a side.
How related do they have to be?
I'm thinking close family by blood, 1st cousins, uncle/nephew, brothers, father/son, grandfather/grandson and by marriage either brother in law or father in law/ son in law
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