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    Quote Originally Posted by Flem274* View Post
    Fuller shouldn't get picked then imo. We don't want to help England develop an NZ player for themselves.
    He's there as their foreign international, just like Borgas and Doroupolous are for Wellington.
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    The **** will probably average 25 with the ball in tests and 15 against us knowing our luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bahnz View Post
    He's there as their foreign international, just like Borgas and Doroupolous are for Wellington.
    Yeah, but this is a special case.

    This is basically me being a **** and not wanting to give England any help in developing a player who used to be ours.


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    Quote Originally Posted by HeathDavisSpeed View Post
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    Wellington might actually do this.

    Houghton has bowled well every time I've seen him. Any word on why he's always been on the fringes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flem274* View Post
    Wellington might actually do this.

    Houghton has bowled well every time I've seen him. Any word on why he's always been on the fringes?
    Probably doesn't help him that he plays in the Hutt Valley and for one of the weaker Pearce Cup teams. That and he's in direct competition with Luke Woodcock who's put the runs on the board.

    EDIT: Pretty useful batsman too. Bats top order in Club Cricket and has a decent number of Pearce Cup centuries behind him.
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    Jeets slyly omitted for Howie today, that's a feather in his cap.
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    ****s sake Douropoulos. Rubbish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeathDavisSpeed View Post
    Probably doesn't help him that he plays in the Hutt Valley and for one of the weaker Pearce Cup teams. That and he's in direct competition with Luke Woodcock who's put the runs on the board.

    EDIT: Pretty useful batsman too. Bats top order in Club Cricket and has a decent number of Pearce Cup centuries behind him.
    Thanks Heef. Welly probably have room to play both in the Ford Trophy I guess.

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    Cheering for Otago as they will go better in the champions league. Wellington too dependent on Ryder.
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    Wellington fails at picking imports.

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    Just looked Doropo up and found someone with a record worse than Borgas.

    Theo Doropoulos | Australia Cricket | Cricket Players and Officials | ESPN Cricinfo

    better off with a couple of locals.

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    Ronchi's cricinfo bio hasn't been updated for a while, making for some irony:

    ''Born in New Zealand, he is a man Australia will be thrilled to call their own over the next few years.''

    Borgas and Doropoulos very strange picks... is it something to do with money?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flem274* View Post
    Thanks Heef. Welly probably have room to play both in the Ford Trophy I guess.

    Has to bump Jeets from the line-up then. Can't see that there's room for Woodcock, Patel and Houghton. I think he got his opportunities in the past when Patel's been unavailable. Then, he gets to bowl 6th or 7th in the queue - e.g. Northern Districts v Wellington at Hamilton, Nov 12-15, 2007 | Cricket Scorecard | ESPN Cricinfo



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