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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike5181 View Post
    I was wondering what guys like Southee, Boult, Williamson etc averaged in the Plunket Shield. So I did a bit of research and came up with some of our best 25 and under cricketers:

    Kane Williamson (22): 1753 @ 60.44 + 34 @ 37.55
    Collin Munro (25): 1108 @ 58.31 + 25 @ 33.12
    Craig Cachopa (21): 469 @ 52.11
    Hamish Rutherford (23): 1256 @ 40.51
    Jeet Raval (24): 2021 @ 38.13
    Will Young (20): 376 @ 37.60

    Matt Henry (21): 37 @ 18.51
    Tim Southee (24): 87 @ 23.11
    Trent Boult (23): 73 @ 24.39
    Dean Bartlett (25): 21 @ 24.85
    Adam Milne (20): 29 @ 26.41
    Ben Wheeler (21): 36 @ 28.47
    Bevan Small (20): 17 @ 28.52

    Pretty good list for the bowlers.
    I wouldn't have guessed some of those young guys' averages would be anywhere near that good e.g. Milne, Bartlett, Munro. Didn't realise the CD bowling trio were still quite so young either.

    PS: Dunno how Munro has 25 at 33.12 in internationalz

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flem274* View Post
    I thought you were dubious about him opening? I'm sure you've posted something to that effect.
    I think he was just dubious about him being thrown into the role at Test level without doing much of it at FC level first.

    Howsie used to have a sig of a predicted future Test XI or a Supported Players XI or something that had Flynn opening, and that was well before any of us or the New Zealand selectors had really thought of it as a serious possibility. He was a Flynn opening pioneer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by straw man View Post
    PS: Dunno how Munro has 25 at 33.12 in internationalz
    Nah those are his Plunket Shield bowling stats I believe.


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    Good that Rutherford is making some runs. Don't know how well his style of play would work at the intl level though...
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    Kuggs has better batting than bowling stats at the moment but that'll be sure to turn around. Also Brodie could be thrown in there. Will play for NZ for sure one day if our current Test opener luck holds out.

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    I don't think those Rutherford stats are actually right, ftr. I've got 1067 @ 35.56. Don't know why mine are different; did you accidentally include some NZ A games or something Mike?

    EDIT: I didn't include today's game, but it still doesn't add up if I do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prince EWS View Post
    I don't think those Rutherford stats are actually right, ftr. I've got 1067 @ 35.56. Don't know why mine are different; did you accidentally include some NZ A games or something Mike?

    EDIT: I didn't include today's game, but it still doesn't add up if I do.
    Your numbers don't match his cricinfo profile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athlai View Post
    Your numbers don't match his cricinfo profile.
    Mike said Plunket Shield runs though, not First Class runs. He played a game for New Zealand A which shouldn't count in the stats Mike is posting.

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    If they pick Rutherford just give him a license. I don't think his technique is good enough for being the stodgy immovable object we've been fantasising about since Richardson retired.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prince EWS View Post
    I don't think those Rutherford stats are actually right, ftr. I've got 1067 @ 35.56. Don't know why mine are different; did you accidentally include some NZ A games or something Mike?

    EDIT: I didn't include today's game, but it still doesn't add up if I do.
    Yeah, wrongly assumed he hadn't played an NZ A game so just took his Cricinfo average. He's got 1157 @ 38.57 in the Plunket Shield so far.

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    Ryder's dismissal was pretty terrible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeathDavisSpeed View Post
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    Ryder = Jugs?

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    Hmmmm. Ryder's whole innings is 7 balls of direness. Bugger. I had been resigned to him not playing for NZ anytime soon but then recent murmurings sounded like he was 'up for it' and I was expecting some serious batting again. He's definitely not up for it.



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