Come on Wagner come on!
Wellington to be bowled out for below 100.
Harry Boam must love this in a selfish way. He might score a promotion if the guys above him keep this up.
Sam Wells was on this weeks episode of the Cricket Company for anyone that's interested. They had some bowling footage but it was only net training and he was coming in of about 10 paces.
Bugger, missed this weeks episode. So what was the info on Wells?
EDIT: When you saw him live was it a longer run up?
Wells is a batting allrounder IMO.
If he can reproduce last years form with the ball then he's a rounded allrounder imo, at least in first class cricket.
Someone who can average 35 with the bat and 32-35 with the ball would be pretty good at six or seven.
What I like about him is he's opened the batting in lower levels and commentators say he moves his feet well, which bodes well for his quick innings being proper cricket strokes rather than brute force which is often the case with free scoring allrounders.
He has done well in pressure situations this season. Update the Wells Watch Imo.
Sam Wells Watch
478 runs at 59.75 from 12 innings with two centuries
21 wickets at 24.42 with two five wicket hauls
115* vs Wellington against McKay, Bowden, Tugaga, Rhodes, Woodcock, Schaw. In at 6/148
102* vs Wellington (Franklin, Lamb, Edwards, Ryder, Tugaga, Woodcock) in at 4/32
86 vs Auckland (Bates, Shaw, Shaw, de Grandholmme, Nethula) in at 4/141
56 vs Canterbury (Bennett, van Beek, Astle, Hiini, Donnelly) in at 5/132
50 vs Central Districts (Thompson, Mason, Kuru, Rance) in at 4/151
5/75 vs Canterbury (440)
5/26 vs Central Districts (190)
74 vs Auckland (Tuffey, Mills, Adams, Shaw, de Grandholmme, Bhuphinder) in at 5/51
70 vs Northern Districts (Aldridge, Boult, Scott, Yovich, Boult, Devcich) in at 4/38
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