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    23 from 2 would be a walk in the park if they had a batsman there, and for two bowling allrounders it's not over yet now they're on a roll.

    Go away ND. It's not cute anymore.

    Yeesss as I type Small gets the 9th. Been one of the only bowlers in the country to come out with a respectable performance today. Henry has been on another planet obvz but on a day where Wheeler would go for 100+ given the chance Small has stepped up.

    Lets get the last wicket quickly please.
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    Phew.

    So ND all out for all but 400. Otago the only team not to rack up 300 thus far today, and since that match is only 41 overs per side Wellington getting there is freakish. They were on for 400 as well since they had wickets in hand and two set batsmen.

    Looking forward to seeing some of the pitches wheeled out today.

    Bowlers who haven't been smashed:

    Matt Henry: 10 overs, 6/45 in an innings of 356
    Andy Ellis: 9.4 overs, 1/41 in an innings of 356 (his wicket was Chris Martin)
    Bevan Small: 9.5 overs, 2/53 in an innings of 398
    Chris Martin: 10 overs, 3/59 in an innings of 325/8 and counting

    Mills might yet make the list since he has 8 overs, 2/30. Franklin has fiver overs, 1/25 thus far as well.
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    CD very lucky they had Small in instead of Milne


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    Great match - ND can't be too distraught with losing that.

    Btw, do domestic one-day matches now use a new ball at each end?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Birdman View Post
    How ****ing ridiculous are both List A games going on ATM. They must be playing on artificial... with a beach ball.
    Have you ever tried playing cricket with a beach ball?!

    Insane scoring in all three games. Have they shortened the boundaries or what? Welly can't stop scoring 300+.

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    Quote Originally Posted by straw man View Post
    Great match - ND can't be too distraught with losing that.

    Btw, do domestic one-day matches now use a new ball at each end?
    Dunno. But surely bowlers are being made to bowl with their weaker arm. The scoring is through the roof.

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    815 runs off 99 overs today at Hamilton. Daniel Flynn got 0 off 1. Reckon he'll be thinking he perhaps missed out?

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    Canterbury still have a chance of winning.

    Can't believe ND got so close to CDs total, must be an amazing track.

    Good all round game from Henry
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    That Round With 2100 Runs...

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    Other ****s.
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    wtf is with de Border being moved around the batting order so much

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    Will be a busy evening for whoever loads the video onto the video scorecards. Lots of boundaries today, might get RSI.

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    Lol, that is a ridiculous set of scorecards. 2110 runs scored, for an average score of 351.66666666666666666. And the Wellington-Otago game was only 41 overs each. Late season pitches = roady mcroads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Immenso View Post
    Will be a busy evening for whoever loads the video onto the video scorecards. Lots of boundaries today, might get RSI.
    So busy in fact that he didn't do it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meridio View Post
    Lol, that is a ridiculous set of scorecards. 2110 runs scored, for an average score of 351.66666666666666666. And the Wellington-Otago game was only 41 overs each. Late season pitches = roady mcroads.
    Long hot summer late season pitches, maybe. This isn't normal domestic cricket fare.
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