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    Marto injured. Ryder, batting at 7 again and another shot for the '****s I give' video scrapbook.
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    144/2 | BAY OF PLENTY vs MANAWATU

    Hawke Cup looks exciting, Small not bowling.

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    Brilliant comeback from BOP in the Hawke Cup. They lost on first innings so have to win outright to retain it. Good work by Goodin and Carter today, and Hampton throughout the match. Outstanding game.

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    What a spoon-worthy lukewarm chase this is by Wellington. Did they not realise that chasing 266 in 50 is actually harder than it sounds, and needed a Ronchi promotion to have any chance.


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    Yeah hard luck Manawatu. Badenhorst at 4, Milne as a specialist bat, they were pushing their luck tbf. Kane's old school-mate Brett Hampton should get some Ford Trophy play for ND I'd wager.

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    Joe Carter must be pushing pretty hard for a spot too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kippax View Post
    another shot for the '****s I give' video scrapbook.
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    Wasn't wrong.

    More One-Handed Ronchi - YouTube Trying to picture Ronchi's close-to-the-wicket snatchiness with an often wrong-footed and sluggish Taylor at 1st slip, would be interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcas0167 View Post
    Joe Carter must be pushing pretty hard for a spot too.
    Yeah, rare for me to show a genuine interest, but what would an OD XI probably look like now Howsie? So many guys looking to usher in this changing of the guard, Carter, Popli, Vodnala, Desai, Henry Cooper, Hampton, Tamati Clarke. Seems that Seifert is on the outer for now.

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    Also Hickey, Nick Kelly, numerous other ****s. Should enlarge Auckland's catchment to include Counties tbh.

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    Ronchi out with a hammy injury, 4-6 weeks. Big shame, would have had him batting 7 for the tests.

    Marto has broken down as well. Gillespie 11 wickets.. I'd give him 1 more game to prove himself and fitness, and if he looks the goods get him in the squad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blain View Post
    Ronchi out with a hammy injury, 4-6 weeks. Big shame, would have had him batting 7 for the tests.

    Marto has broken down as well. Gillespie 11 wickets.. I'd give him 1 more game to prove himself and fitness, and if he looks the goods get him in the squad.
    Shame for him, but with McCullum moving to number 5 he was never that likely to get a callup to the test side.
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    You're probably right, I reckon the batting line up should be something like this;

    BMac
    Guptill
    Williamson
    Taylor
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    Watling
    Ronchi

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blain View Post
    Ronchi out with a hammy injury, 4-6 weeks. Big shame, would have had him batting 7 for the tests.

    Marto has broken down as well. Gillespie 11 wickets.. I'd give him 1 more game to prove himself and fitness, and if he looks the goods get him in the squad.
    Me too, but Bahnz is probably right that he wouldn't have made the side with McCullum shifting to no5. I guess Blundell will be the back up keeper?
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    Why would Mac moving to 5 effect Ronchi's potential selection?

    Anyway, a shame. He must have been putting a lot of pressure on the selectors. 4 tons this season? Very impressive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Immenso View Post
    Why would Mac moving to 5 effect Ronchi's potential selection?
    Erm, because it leaves one less middle order slot to fill...
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