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    Quote Originally Posted by Immenso View Post
    On the seam or bowling front. Iím still very interested in the CD bowlers Milne, Small, Wheeler. I really like what I saw of Small last season on the video-player. Iím probably most interested in Matt Henry though, I really hope his surgery is a success. Plus Jacob Duffy looks extremely promising.
    Andy Mathieson would be abother one. 90+mph, 6'6. Should probably only take a couple of games on Sky before his name gets thrown about.
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    What this world needs is an outright ban on any discussion of young NZ fast bowlers before they've played 10 first class matches.
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    Ugh Brownlie. Really is on a Famish Marshall run-hungry road. Woodcock! Hope Howsie is too late to rewind the stream and enjoy it.
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    New Zealand A 52/4. Luke Woodcock playing at five and out for two is about all you need to know I reckon.


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    Young out for 54 - lbw looked a little harsh imo - could easily have missed offstump, while Young was pointedly looking at his bat.

    Latham three away from century.

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    Well done Tom Latham. His second FC hundred. Looked pretty good from what I saw, and against a decent opposition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kippax View Post
    Sounds a lot like a teammate of Jeets' doesn't it, Chris Woakes.
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    Wow, superb signing. Well done Wellington - that is a real coup.

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    Heh, PEWS got thrown off the trail by Dom Post ignorance, Taylor probably is safe after all. Millmow used to at least be quite good for scoops.

    Noted England were playing ODIs in early January in India. Wgtn running a very fine line and one injury away from it turning to ****? Not sure.

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    a couple of false shots.

    couple of good 'uns

    did they run a four?
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    Nice! I must've missed this. Keen as to see how he does, he should dominate in NZ.

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    Worker is seriously useless at converting his 50's into 100's, still just the one 100 to go along with 14 50's.

    Nice to see Broom with some early season form after the disastrous season he had last year. With Ryder out and someone like Franklin getting a run in the test team some early runs couldn't hurt but help.

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    Oh, and New Zealand are in full collapse mode here. From 1/169 to 4/250, they're now 8/270 with Sharma picking up a couple of cheap wickets after being hammered pretty much all day. With Arnel in and only Woodcock and McKay left as support I can't see them making the 44 required runs.

    Edit: Nevermind the match has been called off anyway.
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    Bloody hell. Could have sworn NZ would have an easy win here. I suppose it was silly to expect NZ to not screw up the chase.

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    Oh, apparently the match is over. I could've sworn there was still a few overs left. Maybe they called it a draw early, don't see why they would though considering how close the match was.



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