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    lol, Andrew Lamb picks up Vincent, Young and Kitchen in the same over. Auckland in the ****ter big time here.

    Watched Jacob Duffy bowl this afternoon and I really don't get the fuss. He's not particularly quick nor does he do much with the ball, I've seen at least half a dozen better bowlers pop up in the last couple of years at the age he is now.
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    Just the innings the situation called for from Colin de Grandhomme by the looks of things.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HeathDavisSpeed View Post
    Just the innings the situation called for from Colin de Grandhomme by the looks of things.
    haha.

    Munro bowling tidily by looking at the stats.

    Cachopa = the surprise package.

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    vettori got interviewed last night on some cricket show. Has no thoughts on giving it away. I hope he can re-find his form.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hurricane View Post
    Cachopa = the surprise package.

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    Not sure that 'surprise' package is the right word. You can almost guarantee a successful innings every week from Cachopa, seeing as there is a proliferation of them the likes of which haven't been seen in cricket since the Smiths took on the Joneses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kippax View Post

    Wells missing, so New Jimmeh gets a top 6 berth. Goodin actually playing, ****, maybe he'll get just this one game.
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    Quinn's release seems strange to me, like he always bowls leg cutters with the wrist?? Cant work it out.

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    I've got to admit I inwardly groaned a bit when Carl cachopa started playing regularly for CD last season, especially his success with his bowling( I was imagining a midget dibbly dobbler, hadn't seen him, no pooch then, only seen his much shorter brothers in HRV)

    Now I'm loving it, have taken notice and watched a bit of his play on then video. He looks quite a rounded batsman to my amateur eye, and pretty organized.
    Love it when guys come on strong in their second coming, making up for lost time (same for Rutherford and Murdoch). I reckon reaction to early disappointment is character building stuff, As long as they have the required technique, then who knows .........

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    Sweet! Was just cruising through the scorecards and saw Jimmeh got his maiden first class ton.

    Congrats dude!

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    Awaiting a comeback post from JimmyGS to celebrate his maiden FC hundred.

    Come on Jimmy, we know you're reading.
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    Quote Originally Posted by straw man View Post
    Heh, I was pretty happy with that prediction. Bloddy Arnel - from Kippax's replay he looked to be charging in, getting a bit of swing and generally bowling very well - why could he never do that for NZ?

    Neesham looked good. I see what people mean about hitting the ball cleanly. A slight worry that he seems to close off his stance just before the ball is bowled - i.e. brings front pad across as if he's going to play into offside. Could get into trouble with that imo. Hoping for a breakthrough season from him, particularly in FC.
    I almost matched you-I was this close to typing "unless of course Jimmy can smash a miracle". But I decided it was too unlikely..

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    Article about Cachopa , plus match report
    Cricket | Central Districts | Carl Cachopa Piles... | Stuff.co.nz

    What is most impressive about his 179 not our, is no one else passed 50!
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    Watched Cachopa's 4s on blackcaps site - looked a proper batsman early on and then hit out later. You can only tell so much about a batsman from their boundaries but I thought he looked impressive.

    Flynn and Anderson scoring runs

    Auckland's side is just... yuck - looking to take the mantle of least promising team and least likely to produce test BCs from Wellington Will watch Munro's innings later and McClenaghan looked to bowl ok but that's about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by straw man View Post
    Flynn and Anderson scoring runs
    Definitely. Really have my fingers crossed that Anderson will be able to stay on the park this season.
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    Looks like my notion of Ben McCord breaking into the Irish team any time soon was wrong: McCord concentrating on Cantebury ambitions

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    Is this really just for two games as it implies? New Zealand Cricket - Tait, Borgas join the Firebirds

    Like...why bother? Give someone else a chance to impress before the proper imports arrive!


    On another note, does anyone know Matt Holstein's DOB? Amusingly, my first search threw up this guy: http://www.espncricinfo.com/england/...yer/11127.html
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