Sydney was, in terms of impact on the sport, arguably one of the most important tests of the last two decades. Not in a good way tho, it's fair to say.
As a sporting contest, I'm going with Norman Cowans, AB & Thommo, Miller's rebound & all that: the MCG.
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Just keep it simple Morgie, and give it to the one with most votes. I understand why its not ideal when it doesn't have the majority of votes, but in a battle like this which unfortunately isn't getting a massive amount of votes (so far), just do most votes so we can get through the rounds.
Fair enough. Adelaide goes through, now things only require a simple lead.
Apologies for being late, was busy and it got late by the time I wanted to finish it. Disappointing turnout, but Melbourne wins.
This battle looks fairly bland from the outside, but I may be wrong....
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Jo'Berg. What a day that was, Hoggard was brilliant.
UPDATE: Joburg 1, Cardiff 1.
Seriously? Two votes?
Tempted to go for Joburg and Galle coz of incredible solo performances ( hoggard and SehWAG) but gotta go tor Cardiff in the end... amazing finish
Not really when you say "seen" and "live" tbf
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