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    Quote Originally Posted by benchmark00 View Post
    Would cheer for a great set of cans any day of the week itbt.
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    Solved then. Plaster tits all over the big screen like it's an AC/DC concert.

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    Especially at a chuch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayzamann View Post
    It's a kick to get the crowd into gear. They pinched it from other sports like baseball, and for the IPL concocted this trumpet that sounded sort of 'Indian'. I distinctly remember them using that sound in the t20is last week as well as the American trumpet, complete with the 'Charge!' at the end.
    I think it may have originated from France (that's the first time I heard it anyway) - at Roland Garros and the rugby.
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    Covers coming off according to cricinfo.

    Sky's pictures showing an insane amount of water being removed from the covers.

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    So what will we have then a 20 over a side match with SA needing 120ish?

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    Quote Originally Posted by flibbertyjibber View Post
    So what will we have then a 20 over a side match with SA needing 120ish?
    Reckon the target would be much stiffer than that, given that Australia still have 9 wickets in hand.

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    And it's raining again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeamUp View Post
    Hudson said that the ODI squad just needed a few tweaks after the World Cup campaign. “We will probably go in with seven batsmen, including Boucher at No. 7, and we have kept all our bowling options that worked well at the World Cup.

    “We will be able to go in with four specialist bowlers plus the back-up of Kallis, JP Duminy and Faf du Plessis.”
    Then, they played Botha ahead of Tahir...
    Every 5 years we have an election and have to decide who are the least obnoxious out of all the men. Then one gets in and they age really quickly. Which is always fun to watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GingerFurball View Post
    Reckon the target would be much stiffer than that, given that Australia still have 9 wickets in hand.
    Dunno, having seen some stupid DL targets in the England/India series recently I wouldn't put it past DL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flibbertyjibber View Post
    Dunno, having seen some stupid DL targets in the England/India series recently I wouldn't put it past DL.
    Yeah, but Australia need to finish their innings first, they've only got through 19 overs.

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    Highlights of the 1st ODI at Melbourne in 2009.

    WTF was Albie Morkel doing opening the bowling?

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    Dickhead commentators four and a half hours ago:

    "It's not coming from the area the storms usually do. That's a good thing. We won't be off for long"

    ****s.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    Dickhead commentators four and a half hours ago:

    "It's not coming from the area the storms usually do. That's a good thing. We won't be off for long"

    ****s.
    Haha, the Sky studio boys had a good laugh at that one. Angus Fraser reckoned the weather was coming from the same area that saw rain affect a Test he played in for about 3 days - as Fraser put it, it was his longest innings as it took South Africa 3 days to dismiss him because of how little cricket they managed to get played!



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