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    Thank you for making my decision easy.

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    Leslie Ames. So happy to get him.

    Good start so far, let's keep it going this snappy.
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    Cracking pace so far.

    Morne Morkel to undoubtedly break the trend by spraying his draft pick well wide of the mark.

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    Plus you went and gave M Hunt 24 hours...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Agent TBY View Post
    Plus you went and gave M Hunt 24 hours...
    Yeah well, they are two separate picks

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    Lohmann, Hutton.

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    I'll take Aubrey Faulkner.

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    Well, I think now's the time to get a pace attack going.

    Who better than Larwood?


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    Quote Originally Posted by rvd619323 View Post
    Well, I think now's the time to get a pace attack going.

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    Completely dumbfounded as to how he managed to slip to round two!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jager View Post
    Completely dumbfounded as to how he managed to slip to round two!
    Come on, we all know CW doesn't rate him nearly enough (outside of you, me, a couple of others and Fred, that is).

    Larwood

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