Only Wellington could have such a bizarre happening.
Dig the road cone bra btw.
Pearce Cup is a decent standard, though having said that, when I was in Wellington there was a big gap between the top three teams and the rest. I'd say Southland Reserve etc. would be lower standard that Wellington Reserve grade, so you're probably best aiming a bit below that.
Obviously what club you join will depend on where you live, though make sure you follow the golden rule: don't join Easts.
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One of the few things I did know about Wellington club cricket is to avoid Lance Dry!
Thanks for the info guys.
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I don't know what PEW's stand's for, mind..
And Auckland complete their come-back and take the win while Canterbury choke.
After seeing a bit of how Ryder's been playing lately, I think if he does come back to the NZ side (no certainty imo) then he should bat 6 and be our cash-in merchant. He's not going to have the will to take responsibility and face the music against top fast bowlers with the new ball, but if he comes in at 180/4 or 200/4 then he might smash a hundred and ensure we get past 400. Although 'downhill skiiers' are rightly derided on this forum, this does help win matches. Flip side of course is that he'll often come in at 80/4, throw the bat and we'll soon be 90/5.
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