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    I really think the Blackcaps should be playing NZ A in a 4 day game tomorrow, while England play Otago.

    But I'm not going to complain too much about the preparation, as the domestic season structure this year is so much better than the Vaughan years.

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    See Milne is back. Wheeler 12th man so Mathieson can play, itstl.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kippax View Post
    See Milne is back. Wheeler 12th man so Mathieson can play, itstl.
    CD vs ND one day match featuring:

    Sinclair
    Taylor
    Bracewell
    Milne
    Nethula
    Flynn
    Williamson
    Boult
    Southee

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    Milne getting biffed by ND. Kuggs utterly destroyed by Otago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hendrix View Post
    CD vs ND one day match featuring:

    Sinclair
    Taylor
    Bracewell
    Milne
    Nethula
    Flynn
    Williamson
    Boult
    Southee
    + Mitchell, Young and Raval.

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    Aaron Redmond continues his good form this season. What are the odds that he'll be brought into the side in the 3rd test, after 4 successive single figure scores from Fulton?

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    Jeez, 114* with 17 overs still to go.

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    And out. Good jinx, that.

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    Can't wait till Dean Bartlett gets fed up with his lack of shorter format play and comes to Wgtn.

    Kuggs (as a bowler) can gtfo for another 2-3 years minimum. We'll send back McKay for Bartlett, that's what I'm putting on the table.

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    349 is a top score by Otago, especially when it looked like they might not bat out the overs at 319/7.

    Kuggeleijn not the only to get tonked around either - so did Franklin, Elliott and Houghton.

    And Milne in the other match with 3/82 off ten. Would have been good to watch that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bahnz View Post
    Aaron Redmond continues his good form this season. What are the odds that he'll be brought into the side in the 3rd test, after 4 successive single figure scores from Fulton?
    I would like to see him and How opening for the 3rd test.

    I see Daryl Mitchell has continued his good run of form with 95 off 92 balls. Must be in line for that A team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by straw man View Post
    And Milne in the other match with 3/82 off ten. Would have been good to watch that.
    I'm not sure if that's right. I checked the scoring in the closing overs of ND's innings, and it seemed that they counted Milne as bowling both the 49th and 50th overs. It's possible that Milne actually finished with a more respectable (but still rubbish) 3/65 off 9.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kippax View Post
    Domestic Cricket: Bowling black mark for Wellington... | Stuff.co.nz

    Wgtn requested to open with Ronchi in one-dayers by NZC, when he gets back.

    Haha, more patronising and dubious commentary on the Stags...
    Came in to post exactly this. Hamish Bidwell really is quite butthurt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bahnz View Post
    I'm not sure if that's right. I checked the scoring in the closing overs of ND's innings, and it seemed that they counted Milne as bowling both the 49th and 50th overs. It's possible that Milne actually finished with a more respectable (but still rubbish) 3/65 off 9.
    You're right, they've changed it now to 9 overs 3/64, with KNB upgraded to 10 overs 1/72.

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    Not too worried about Milne being ****e in List A. He's always been expensive in that format iirc and this is his first game back so he was always going to be rusty.

    So naturally the selectors pick him for ODIs and 20/20.

    If he stays fit he's going to England, Ford Trophy figures be damned if he gets hit. You heard it here first. If he or Gillespie are running on all cylinders I'd have one as part of a four man pace attack in tests straight away.

    In the absence of competition from Mitch M due to his injury, Wheeler is the obvious choice for Boult's injury cover if needed, but it will probably be Wagner. I'm not even being biased.



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