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I just hope they don't play a spinner.
1) Ross is Boss.
2) See point 1.
Leading the charge against nuances being used in posts.
Overrated XI M Bracewell, Burns, Rahane, Don Voges, Bairstow, Alecz Day, Donovan Grobelaar, Luke Ronchi, Faulkner, Dan Christian, Permaul
Safe to assume that was sarcasm from Athlai. He won't use a to guide you either.
It wasn't sarcasm
https://www.tab.co.nz/sport/#899The Wellington Firebirds play the Northern Knights at Cobham oval in round nine of the Plunket Shield from this Wednesday to Saturday.
The Wellington Firebirds squad to play the Northern Knights is:
Stephen Murdoch (Captain, Karori)
Tom Blundell (Karori)
Harry Boam (Karori)
Josh Brodie (Eastern Suburbs)
Tipene Friday (North City)
Mark Gillespie (North City)
Scott Kuggeleijn (Wellington Collegians)
Michael Papps (Wellington Collegians)
Jeetan Patel (Eastern Surburbs)
Michael Pollard (North City)
Malaesaili Tugaga (Wellington Collegians)
Luke Woodcock (Johnsonville)
In changes to the squad to the previous match against the Aces that ended in a draw on Sunday, Luke Ronchi and Jesse Ryder drop out through injury. Tom Blundell comes in to keep wicket, while Jeetan Patel returns to the squad from bereavement leave.
Southee paying $1.82 to destroy a heavily depleted Wgtn, at the often swing-friendly Whangarei. May need to indulge in some serious treachery tonight.
The team in Whangarei: Wilson (c), Arnel Anderson Aldridge Flynn Marshall Mitchell Sodhi Southee Verma Wheater Yovich.
Last edited by Kippax; 13-02-2013 at 12:47 AM.
In celebration of the fact they have to face Southee, Wellington have a horribly weak looking batting lineup. Southee 2/18 so far.
Southee 10fer on the cards.
Really need Pollard to ton up to get any respectability here I reckon.
Wellington actually doing quite well here - better than Auckland and Canterbury in the other matches anyway.
Dougeh in the wickets against Canterbury - it's about time.
Anyone know what happened to Woody?
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