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    Allrounder watch:

    Wells 398 runs at 39.8 and 18 wickets at 24.44
    Neesham 352 runs at 39.1 and 19 wickets at 32.73
    Anderson 474 runs at 47.4 and 6 wickets at 54.
    Bracewell 319 runs at 53.16 and 20 wickets at 24.85
    Southee 239 runs at 119.5 and 16 wickets at 18.31

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    Kuggs 449 runs at 37.41 and 22 wickets at 43.82
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    Where's Kuggs?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bahnz View Post
    Allrounder watch:

    Wells 398 runs at 39.8 and 18 wickets at 24.44
    Neesham 352 runs at 39.1 and 19 wickets at 32.73
    Anderson 474 runs at 47.4 and 6 wickets at 54.
    Bracewell 319 runs at 53.16 and 20 wickets at 24.85
    Southee 239 runs at 119.5 and 16 wickets at 18.31
    Hrmm... the runs scored in those last two lines kinda invalidate the first three lines

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flem274* View Post
    I suppose we can spin it and say how positive it is for Canterbury that their second string bowling attack and their newfound star part timer can put a FC side under so much pressure.

    After reading CharlesLara's posts though Strang needs to be shipped out and some bridges need to be mended because while it's a good thing Auckland have produced so many FC standard players, their own side has suffered due to all the exporting.

    Could the Auckland Export XI challenge the hometowners?

    Raval
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    de Boorder (c) (wk)
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    That team would whip half the competition.

    That's to be expected considering Auckland is nearly half the population of NZ, but considering that Auckland is one of the teams that would be thrashed by this team, it's pretty shocking.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesLara View Post
    Yeah we all did, our academy was Ish, Bhupinder Singh, myself and a few of the under 15 guys and with Dipak, much like Strang, if they they get along with you personally, then their sorta is no vested interest regardless of your talent. I'm not too sure whether Strang rated Ish or not to be fair to Strang, but you have to wonder whats up when Tarun was leading wickettaker a few season back, the next season he hardly got a bowl.
    Do you know if Bhupinder Singh's action has been verified at all?

    Seems like a nice guy, but looks like a blatant chucker to me.

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    Auckland are desperately missing Phil Mustard.

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    Can't beleive that Marshall was bowling when Sodhi was not. Had 24 overs of offies from Jono Boult too so...

    Is Sodhi just not bowling or something?

    Also;

    Hawke Cup starts today

    BOP Side: Peter Drysdale (captain) Joe Carter, Bharat Popli, Tom MacRury, Scott Steward, Brett Hampton, Mitch McCann, Tim Clarke, Sean Davey, Tony Goodin, Tommy Clout

    4 strong pace attack (Davey/Hampton/Goodin/Clout) Steward SLA, McCann ROS and MacRury ROS will provide spinning options.
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    Sodhi has been replaced by Patel in the NZ XI game next week, injured. Don't know what sort of injury.

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    Anyone know much about the Canterbury Country Lineup?

    AR Andrews, TWG Hills, DH Fulton (c) (wk), MR Laffey, AW Robertson, RM Frew, LD Bartholomeusz, G Foulkes, WSA Williams, DWT Fleming, SG Chamberlain

    I assume Fulton will be a key wicket.

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    BTW. What's the story with Rob Nicol not playing for Canterbury at the moment? Anyone know?

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    Quote Originally Posted by khodder View Post
    Anyone know much about the Canterbury Country Lineup?

    AR Andrews, TWG Hills, DH Fulton (c) (wk), MR Laffey, AW Robertson, RM Frew, LD Bartholomeusz, G Foulkes, WSA Williams, DWT Fleming, SG Chamberlain

    I assume Fulton will be a key wicket.
    Is that Robbie Frew? Used to play for Canterbury many, many moons ago if it is.
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    Yes it is, a 42-year-old Robbie Frew.

    Nicol has been out for a quite some time now due to personal reasons. "Hope you're all happy, not everyone has Anton's mental strength" - The Guru.
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    Duck for Joey Yovich today. After 2 centuries before Christmas, he hasn't scored many and at age 36 this may have been his last game.

    I recall seeing him as an 18-19 year old playing for ND, nippy seamer getting good bounce, clean striking left hander batsmen, remarked to my mate that he would be the next Hadlee. Didn't quite turn old that way, but he's been part of an experienced ND side that has won more than it's share of silverware.

    Three State Shield final wins show the way his career changed. In 2002/03 he was an opening bowler who knocked the top of the Auckland innings, dismissing Matt Horne and Mark Richardson in his first two overs, and from 3-18 they didn't recover. In 2004/05 he was an all rounder, a useful 17 (28) helped ND to 190, and took 3 wickets as ND won by 20 runs. In 2008/09, he was a lower order batsman and his 78* (76) was the highest score of the game.


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