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    Victor Trumper. Would be an ODI sensation.

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    Jack Gregory for my next pick please

    Charter 77 So Far

    Barry Richards
    Graeme Pollock
    Jack Gregory
    Clarrie Grimmett

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    As Monk's 12 hours have come and gone I'll take John R Reid as my next pick please

    Charter 77 So Far

    Barry Richards
    Graeme Pollock
    John R Reid (*)
    Jack Gregory
    Clarrie Grimmett

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    Neil Harvey

    I think he'd be one hell of a finisher in the Hussey/Bevan mould. He was a quick scorer, lightning fast feet and could hit over the top when he needed to.

    1. -
    2. Charlie Macartney
    3. Keith Miller
    4. -
    5. -
    6. Neil Harvey
    7. Mike Procter
    8. -
    9. Harold Larwood
    10. -
    11. -

    *Order subject to dramatic change



    Round One:
    morgieb - Sydney Barnes
    Valer - Walter Hammond
    rvd619323 - Keith Miller
    Monk - Ray Lindwall
    Michael7777777 - Barry Richards

    Round Two:
    Michael7777777 - Graeme Pollock
    Monk - Clyde Walcott
    rvd619323 - Mike Procter
    Valer - Bill O'Reilly
    morgieb - Jack Hobbs

    Round Three:
    Michael7777777 - Clarrie Grimmett
    Monk - Alan Davidson
    morgieb - Hedley Verity
    Valer - Fred Trueman
    rvd619323 - Charlie Macartney

    Round Four:
    rvd619323 - Harold Larwood
    Valer - Aubrey Faulkner
    morgieb - Trevor Goddard
    Monk - Victor Trumper
    Michael7777777 - Jack Gregory

    Round Five:
    Monk - Richie Benaud
    Michael7777777 - John R. Reid
    rvd619323 - Neil Harvey
    morgieb - George Lohmann
    Valer - Les Ames

    Round Six:
    Valer - George Headley
    morgieb - Stan McCabe
    rvd619323 - Everton Weekes
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    Richie Benaud. Spinning all rounder and hard hitting lower order bat. Captain.

    1. Victor Trumper
    2. Clyde Walcott (wk)




    7. Richie Benaud (c)
    8. Ray Lindwall
    9. Alan Davidson

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    George Lohmann

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    2. Hobbs
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    8. Verity
    9. Barnes
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    11. Lohmann
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    Les Ames - Opening / Wk

    George Headley - Finisher.

    Team

    1 Les Ames
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    3 Wally Hammond
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    6 George Headly
    7 Aubrey Faulkner
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    9 Bill O'Reilly
    10 Fred Trueman
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    Absolutely nailed by rvd about Neil Harvey; he would have been great finisher

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    Stan McCabe. Good batsman who would score runs at a tidy pace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Valer View Post
    Les Ames - Opening / Wk

    George Headley - Finisher.
    Bastard..

    I'll take Sir Everton Weekes.
    He could score quickly, was technically brilliant, good in the field and, IMO, would be great at working the gaps in the middle overs, while still hitting boundaries. He was described as Bradman-like in the way he kept the scoreboard ticking over.

    1. -
    2. Charlie Macartney
    3. Keith Miller
    4. Sir Everton Weekes
    5. -
    6. Neil Harvey
    7. Mike Procter
    8. -
    9. Harold Larwood
    10. -
    11. -

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    Round One:
    morgieb - Sydney Barnes
    Valer - Walter Hammond
    rvd619323 - Keith Miller
    Monk - Ray Lindwall
    Michael7777777 - Barry Richards

    Round Two:
    Michael7777777 - Graeme Pollock
    Monk - Clyde Walcott
    rvd619323 - Mike Procter
    Valer - Bill O'Reilly
    morgieb - Jack Hobbs

    Round Three:
    Michael7777777 - Clarrie Grimmett
    Monk - Alan Davidson
    morgieb - Hedley Verity
    Valer - Fred Trueman
    rvd619323 - Charlie Macartney

    Round Four:
    rvd619323 - Harold Larwood
    Valer - Aubrey Faulkner
    morgieb - Trevor Goddard
    Monk - Victor Trumper
    Michael7777777 - Jack Gregory

    Round Five:
    Monk - Richie Benaud
    Michael7777777 - John R. Reid
    rvd619323 - Neil Harvey
    morgieb - George Lohmann
    Valer - Les Ames

    Round Six:
    Valer - George Headley
    morgieb - Stan McCabe
    rvd619323 - Everton Weekes
    Michael7777777 - Learie Constantine
    Monk - Charlie Turner

    Round Seven:
    Michael7777777 - Warwick Armstrong
    morgieb - Len Hutton
    rvd619323 - CB Fry
    Valer - Bill Lockwood
    Monk

    Round Eight:
    Monk
    Valer
    rvd619323
    morgieb
    Michael7777777

    Round Nine:
    rvd619323
    Monk
    morgieb
    Michael7777777
    Valer

    Round Ten:
    Valer
    Michael7777777
    morgieb
    Monk
    rvd619323

    Round Eleven:
    Monk
    Michael7777777
    rvd619323
    Valer
    morgieb

    Round Twelve:
    morgieb
    Valer
    rvd619323
    Michael7777777
    Monk
    Last edited by Dan; 09-07-2012 at 07:18 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rvd619323 View Post
    Bastard..

    I'll take Sir Everton Weekes.
    Weekes was going to be my next pick if he lasted...

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    I'll take Learie Constantine as my next pick please

    Charter 77 So Far

    Barry Richards
    Graeme Pollock
    John R Reid (*)
    Jack Gregory
    Learie Constantine
    Clarrie Grimmett

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michaelf7777777 View Post
    I'll take Learie Constantine as my next pick please

    Charter 77 So Far

    Barry Richards
    Graeme Pollock
    John R Reid (*)
    Jack Gregory
    Learie Constantine
    Clarrie Grimmett
    Very nice selection - I think he scored at around 80 runs per hour, IIRC. Good, big-hitting all-rounder. Damn good with the ball, too.

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    CTB Turner to join my bowling attack. I have no doubts he'd have been an incredible ODI bowler.


    1. Victor Trumper
    2. Clyde Walcott (wk)
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    7. Richie Benaud (c)
    8. Ray Lindwall
    9. Alan Davidson
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    11. CTB Turner

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