Barry having a cautious debut so far, 16* (71). Meanwhile, Fulton standing tall in the face of some Arnel wickets. Brownlie with a 20-something score for the third consecutive match. Hope he makes a big one in the 2nd dig.
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So how much of a lead will we have by the end of the day?
Canterbury really does have to do something about it's bowling attack. I realise they're missing a couple of bowlers but the likes of McCone and McEwan are just pudding at this level, no future whatsoever.
Edit: And as I say that McEwan gets Wilson. Flynn not opening now?
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Obvs not. I guess he's been told he isn't seen as an opener at the next level, shame really, would do a better job than anyone else.
Yeah - y iz Fln nt opning? Have they given up on him opening for NZ already? Word come through that it's not happening?
tbf to McCone he's pretty much held Canterbury's attack together through this injury crisis. Still very much a domestic bowler but appears to be bowling a bit quicker than previously.
McCone's fourth on the wickets list with 25 at 16, doing damn well for just a push it across left-armer.
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CD squad member Ben Wheeler took 1-23 from nine overs, including two maidens.
"Ben's bowling at 80 per cent but he's bowling a good length and line," Astill said of the Stags seamer who is coming back from an injury lay-off.
Hadn't noticed that Peter Fulton's brother is playing. Interesting.
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Corey Anderson returns. Recent Stags No. 6 Adam Milne playing as a batsman.
Manawatu team: Brynn Cleaver, David Meiring (captain), Mitchell Renwick, Roald Badenhorst, Dane Cleaver, Bevan Small, Arana Noema-Barnett, Adam Milne, Tim Richards, Michael Mason, Navin Patel, Bryn Templeman.
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Hrmm, Flynn's just gone in to bat at 9 - guess he's injured or sick.
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