Ronchi and Ryder at the crease. Should be fun.
2 wickets to Matthiessen. Good stuff, interested to see what he is like on the video player
For a few minutes... Ronchi cleaned up by Mathieson for 15. All hopes on Ryder from here, CD are still 200 behind.
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Ah, now it turns to ****. Should've really sent in Ryder at 3 after a good opening stand. Now we've got 42* out of his great form and he's with Jeets at 8.
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Yikes, Wellington has a hopeless tail. Have to hope that Jeets can hang around for a while and give Jess some support. Although I'm nervous that BFJ will start thinking that he has to hit every ball now that he's out of proper batting partners.
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The Rangiora game is setting up great for a neutral but can Otago take the new ball ffs? Took them seven balls to get through the last two wickets in 1st inns, Astle didn't like McMillan's pace at all.
Cripes, Tastle making runs two innings in a row? What a purple patch he's going through!
CD wheeling out Nethula, obviously shooting for a classic Ryder brain-fade against spin.
Can't keep the leggie out of the game for long. Game changer that.
Not sure if it was the right strategy for Ryder to take the 1's on offer and let McKay face the bulk of the strike. He'll need to go for it now, as Gillespie never sticks around for long.
McMillan also broke down along with Wagner so that would have made things tough. And Mark Craig is a tricky customer with a new ball (plus an HP man so you know he's a player).
Pleased Brownlie scored some runs, even if it was against a weakened attack. Tempted to change my 'number 6 at end of summer' from Flynn to Brownlie as the merrygoround may be back to him by then.
Also, reckon the much-maligned KNB is going to score some runs for CD this season, having mastered NZ domestix in the same fashion as the Woodcocks and Hopkins of this world
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