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    Quote Originally Posted by Bahnz View Post
    Ryder looking more than a little rusty out there. Still he seems to be missing the right balls and middling enough to still score at 10 rpo.
    Bah he's out!

    Wait he's not - my $5 on Borgas to get out next is still alive.

    Anyway in response to you - he is just missing some slogs. But it is T20.
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    I got great enjoyment in going to the game and shouting "WHY THE **** ISN'T THIS GAME BEING PLAYED AT THE BASIN?!>!?!?" to reasonably significant cheers from the sparse crowd
    Proudly against the bring back Bennett movement since he is injury prone and won't last 5 days.

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    Dropped!



    Ryder's now been dropped 4 times in 3 innings this season!
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    I can think of a list of Sydney Grade posters who would contribute a better average post than Bahnz.
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    Cmon Borgas have a tonk.

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    This could be the best season in ages for the Wellington Ryderbirds


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    Quote Originally Posted by Immenso View Post
    **** me, what do these ****s take us for? that is the most pathetic straight boundary I have ever seen. Switching back over to the gabba for some real cricket. I'm actually insulted that they think we're that stupid. Thank god I couldnt make it to the the stadium tonight.
    This.

    Ryder aside, and the Aussie bowlers aside, that was really amateur stuff. It looked like woman's cricket with the boundaries brought in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveNZ View Post
    This.

    Ryder aside, and the Aussie bowlers aside, that was really amateur stuff. It looked like woman's cricket with the boundaries brought in.
    Not as amateur as Cachopa's keeping. Missed 2 easy stumpings, a catch and gifted Wellington about 20 free runs. Real club level stuff.
    Last edited by Bahnz; 09-11-2012 at 03:45 AM.

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    Cool, Auckland vs ND first class match starts today. Auckland should be happy to have ND 125/4.

    As much as I hate to say it (because I don't like NZ domestic sides' tendency to shift bowlers who can bat a bit up into the top 6), Yovich has done pretty well since his shift to opener.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveNZ View Post
    I'm really not sure if that's serious or not..I may have missed that the highlights were already up though.

    Kruger completely done for pace in 2nd dig, pretty awful dismissal for a Test player
    I asked because I haven't been on here much lately and my understanding was that Mitch M was a late 130 to early 140k bowler. You can understand that possibly I thought there was someone new (due in part to the news more Aussies are playing here).

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    Bruce Martin continues on his merry way, taking wickets completely unnoticed by the selectors.

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    Not a Hamiltonian but St Peters Cambridge has attractive school grounds so not sure about the Village Green. And a they have great 1st XI this year. Hence Gillette Cup qualification. 3 Co-Ed schools have made it to Lincoln from 220 + entries in 2012.Their Captain Tim Seifert is one to watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slippaah View Post
    Not a Hamiltonian but St Peters Cambridge has attractive school grounds so not sure about the Village Green. And a they have great 1st XI this year. Hence Gillette Cup qualification. 3 Co-Ed schools have made it to Lincoln from 220 + entries in 2012.Their Captain Tim Seifert is one to watch.

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    cheers for that.

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    Watched Karori Prems against I think Wainui on the pitch next to me.

    Karori have Boam, Murdoch, and McKay. Karori scored 380 in 50 overs.

    Incredible. Boam 110. Murdoch 150.

    I watched Murdoch build his inning. Very cicumspect at first. He faced many maidens against a bowler who I personally felt I could have played some attacking strokes to. Instead he kept it ticking over off the other bowlers. Then with 15-20 overs to go they cut loose.

    Massive 6s and 4s everywhere. But he built his inning and looked classy playing in grade cricket.

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    In Wainui's chase - some poor mongrel was facing McKay who bowled him a no ball. So on the free hit delivery McKay just bent his back and bowled a bouncer and the batsman wanted no part of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bahnz View Post
    Bruce Martin continues on his merry way, taking wickets completely unnoticed by the selectors.
    Our game has an option to stop highly rated players from getting selected at international level in order to mirror real-life stupid selectors. Martin has had one set for just over two years now. Clearly a better bet than Nethula and Astle from where I'm sat. Which, granted, is on the other side of the world-but it's good to see others agreeing with me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slippaah View Post
    Not a Hamiltonian but St Peters Cambridge has attractive school grounds so not sure about the Village Green. And a they have great 1st XI this year. Hence Gillette Cup qualification. 3 Co-Ed schools have made it to Lincoln from 220 + entries in 2012.Their Captain Tim Seifert is one to watch.

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    How's he going? He's been in my Database for over a year based on a few things I read about him. Rumour back then was that he was undecided between hockey and cricket for a career-I take it he's made the smart choice and chosen cricket. He certainly had a great U18 season last year-should have made the U19WC based on that IMO.

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    Decent write-up of domestix players with potential here
    Cricket: Gillespie heads the list of domestic tour contenders - Cricket - NZ Herald News

    Auckland looking to build a small first innings lead vs ND. ND's batting looks decidedly worse with Flynn absent.



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