View Poll Results: Which Non Test Playing Nation Do U Support?

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  • Ireland?

    17 29.82%
  • Canada?

    2 3.51%
  • The Netherlands?

    14 24.56%
  • Kenya?

    6 10.53%
  • Afghanistan?

    9 15.79%
  • Scotland?

    4 7.02%
  • United Arab Emirates?

    0 0%
  • Namibia?

    0 0%
  • Bermuda?

    0 0%
  • Uganda?

    1 1.75%
  • Other? (Pls Mention)

    4 7.02%
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    International Vice-Captain andruid's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kweek View Post
    ODIs (in Amstelveen, 11 and 12 July): Jeroen Smits (HCC, captain), Peter Borren (VRA), Mudassar Bukhari (ACC), Daan van Bunge (Excelsior ’20), Ryan ten Doeschate (Essex), Tom de Grooth (HCC), Alexei Kervezee (Worcestershire), Edgar Schiferli (Quick Haag), Pieter Seelaar and Nick Statham (both Hermes-DVS), Eric Szwarczynski (VRA), and Bas Zuiderent (VOC).

    Intercontinental Cup (in Rotterdam, 15-18 July): Borren (captain), Wesley Barresi (VRA), Bukhari, Van Bunge, De Grooth, Mark Jonkman (HCC), Bart Schilperoord (Hermes-DVS), Seelaar, Statham, Szwarczynski, and Berend Westdijk (HBS). Twelfth man to be announced.

    I wonder where Dirk Nannes is, is he playing county cricket or back to victoria for the pre/season....

    anyway, seems like a lot of players are unavaileble for the Intercontinential cup, pity!
    Same situation as Ireland, most of their County pros are skipping the Intercontinental cup and only featuring in the ODIs against Kenya. Its just got no incentive.

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    Last edited by andruid; 01-07-2009 at 02:56 AM.
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    All these Broad fans are no doubt Kohli fans too. Fans of tosspot wankers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andruid View Post
    Same situation as Ireland, most of their County pros are skipping the Intercontinental cup and only featuring in the ODIs against Kenya. Its just got no incentive.

    Also

    HUGE TUBERCULOSIS STYLE SNEEZE
    question remains ; where is our lord and saviour Dirk !!!

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    Good to see Jonkman getting FC cricket. Take twenty.
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    have zimbabwe been demoted yet?

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    Chinese Women Crush Kuwait women by 89 runs in ACC T20 tournament today.

    Others who won:
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    Friends, I've started a group for all the WCL fans on facebook. So, who ever is interested pls join... Search "Non-Test Cricket Playing Nations!" in facebook. Thanks...

    Cricket Is The Best Sport On Earth, It Deserves More Respect, More Partispating Nations & More Fans. Lets Do Our Best To Spread The Game, Friends.

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    Today's Discussion - Scotland Vs Canada, 1st Odi.
    Delayed start here as Canada Won the toss and elected to field.


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    Scotland Trundling along nicely

    We should have created Tour threads for asscociate ODIs

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    Quote Originally Posted by andruid View Post
    Scotland Trundling along nicely

    We should have created Tour threads for asscociate ODIs
    Start with "Canada in The Netherlands"

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    good win by Canada - wonder how many teams have lost after both openers scored centuries. got to be unusual.
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    2nd Odi - Canada won toss & batting first... Howz the crowd at the ground for both Odis? Any idea?

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    I know associate bowlers generally lack pace but Cheema cannot surely be a slowmedium as cricinfo claims.

    Easy win for Scotland game two

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    Ireland on course to win the first ODI against Kenya and captain Porterfield for maybe another ton, which would be his 5th.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TT Boy View Post
    Ireland on course to win the first ODI against Kenya and captain Porterfield for maybe another ton, which would be his 5th.
    Pretty startling collapse at the death made it possible but its harly set in stone, what with Varaiya still with 6 overs to bowl

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