Might be too underdone for India, but surely he's gotta be back for Pakistan?
Hahahahaha far too keen.
Haha, where's the Champions League held next year? Horse might have bolted with snaring a couple of spinners guys. Won't work if it's in England or something.
Going off that article, the CD Stags minus Black Caps might be something like:
Jamie How (c)
Kruger van Wyk (wk)
Bits and pieces central with the two new additions. I think we could have done better with our signings, especially looking at ND and Wellington's signings. Sinclair and Weston isn't the strongest 3-4 in 20/20 either. I think that squad balance will bite us in the bum. Last years team was better imo.
The bowling is gun though. McClenaghan or whoever else is in that spot (Mason and Diamanti are safe you would think) having a bad day wouldn't be too much of an issue with the other five bowlers being misers.
Last edited by Flem274*; 27-10-2010 at 06:51 PM.
If that's for FC, Yardy and Blackwell will both be batting higher I reckon. Two very curious signings though.
Ian Blackwell will bat a lot higher then at eight, he bats in the top four for Durham iirc. He can hit a long ball thats for sure.
Wouldn't rule out How being a Black Cap tbh.
If he bats in the top four for Durham then fair enough, he'll move up to 6. Can't see him displacing the top five bar Weston.
Wouldn't have Blackwell lower than 5 tbh.
EDIT: Blackwell actually has better returns than van Wyk, which is surprising. Very useful limited overs batsman in van Wyk.
Yardy can bat four then.
Last edited by Flem274*; 27-10-2010 at 07:08 PM.
He may bat ahead of van Wyk actually.
Will be great if Blackwell and Yardy stick around for some FC cricket. CD with the crazy long batting order once more ftw.
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