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    Surprisingly and conradictingly. Considering how weak Canterbury's first XI is, their Prov A team looks really strong (on paper).

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    Wellington won twice and figured it was time for a lay down Sally performance, but instead we're going to be saved here by a Tugaga MOTM.

    193/7 | WELLINGTON A vs OTAGO A

    169/6 | AUCKLAND A vs CANTERBURY A

    249/4 | CENTRAL A vs NORTHERN A

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    Quote Originally Posted by Immenso View Post
    BTW. My question about ODonnell and the Prov A squad was genuine, rather than just a general whine. Anyone know why he's good enough almost for Plunket but not good enough for Prov A Lincloln week?

    My theory, is maybe they think schoolboys don't have the boundary hitting muscle? Seeing as it is just 50 and 20 over stuff. Or he could just be on holiday or something ....
    Saw him in the dug out last Friday, and he may well be in there tonight as well. Unsure how being in the squad would be more beneficial than being at As...he'd walk into that team. Possibly at Marc Ellison's expense.

    Wonder if five-wicket taker R.Sharma is Raj, Oxford super genius back in town. Serious batsman, bent arm over.

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    Send an email to Mac Chapman (administration@northshorecricket.co.nz).
    Ah, sorry. Not the King's College and Hong Kong U19 Chapman at all.


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    Is there going to be highlights of the A tournament?

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    Would be good wouldn't it, unlikely. Hope someone's fully utilising every women's domestic game they've captured and that's not token or anything. The current White Ferns should maybe be a bit better than they are for how thorough they've been with that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveNZ View Post
    Saw him in the dug out last Friday, and he may well be in there tonight as well. Unsure how being in the squad would be more beneficial than being at As...he'd walk into that team. Possibly at Marc Ellison's expense.

    Wonder if five-wicket taker R.Sharma is Raj, Oxford super genius back in town. Serious batsman, bent arm over.
    Argh. Why deny a young promising guy a week of hard cricket. Sometimes even I am amazed at the hopeless coordination efforts of our administrators and management.

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    How close are Carter and Hickey to NDs lollapsing batting order?

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    Barry Rhodes having a good tournament for Wellington.

    Bizarre to see Henry Walsh relegated down to bat at number 10, even if Blundell and Tugaga did the job. What's the point in playing him if you don't trust him to do the job when the team's in strife?

    EDIT: **** it. Cricketarchive haven't put this A team tournament, scorecards and stats on their website. Very annoying.
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    That's the best run out ever. Combined classical yes no **** sorry with Fuller dropping the shoulder to take the **** out.

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    Thanks for that post, Phlegm. I'd assumed Sky weren't broadcasting the game. Of course, though, it's Friday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flem274* View Post
    That's the best run out ever. Combined classical yes no **** sorry with Fuller dropping the shoulder to take the **** out.
    Was hilarious. I thought they would let him get back after the contact, but Mustard/Vincent ****ed up again and went the wrong way so he deserved to be run out.

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    What's this specialness they're hinting at, Gayle CD rumour?

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    The treat Smithy keeps talking about on the 13th will be to see a game at Pukekura Park aka the best ground in the world obvz.

    Vincent miked up yeeeessss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kippax View Post
    What's this specialness they're hinting at, Gayle CD rumour?
    Pukekura Park Mayhem!!!!!!111



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