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    Quote Originally Posted by BackFootPunch View Post
    Good to see Kippax's work getting used by ND in their write-up of new signing Ish Sodhi.

    So he got a contract along with Brett Hampton, Bradley Scott, Scott Styris and Anurag Verma.

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    Ha, what did they use - his videos?

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    I should really read all the way down to the bottom of articles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kippax View Post
    Possible they'll have Watling back after Ronchi becomes available for NZ (January 13).
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Feral Abacus View Post
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    Bowled some deliveries at below 70kph there, interesting. Good turn, but didn't seem to be beating the batsmen outside off an awful lot which is strange.
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    I'd be surprised if it was below 70...that is unbelievably slow. As in Joe Punter playing in Senior 4B at the age of 70 type slow.

    We need to keep in mind it's a 50-over match, he won't be ripping it or trying to rip it as much as an all-in-whites scenario. Only SK Warne and a select few others had the ability to rip it and bowl to a limited-overs field.

    However in saying that, Ish isn't a guy who's going to get it going sideways. He's a big tall guy who's going to splice them, glove them, do them with variation etc rather than get one going 90degrees around their legs.

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    NZ A named for India's visit - Cricket - Sportal New Zealand

    There's probably an NZ A v India A link but it's late in the day and I can't even be arsed going to get the mail, let alone search for that.

    No big surprises, reads rather like a list of picked and flicked Test/ODI players.

    Big series for DDB, as I've crapped on about incessantly.

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    New Zealand A one-day squad: Andrew Ellis (c), Andy McKay, Colin de Grandhomme, Daniel Flynn, Dean Brownlie, Derek de Boorder, George Worker, Hamish Rutherford, Mitchell McClenaghan, Neil Broom, Neil Wagner, Tarun Nethula, Tom Latham, Trent Boult

    Three/four-day squad: Reece Young (c), Andy McKay, Brent Arnel, Dean Brownlie, George Worker, Hamish Rutherford, Luke Woodcock, Neil Broom, Neil Wagner, Sam Wells, Tarun Nethula, Tom Latham, Trent Boult.

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    Not bad sides imo, most of those players are well in the mix. Nfi why there's no Southee in the "test" squad though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wellAlbidarned View Post
    Not bad sides imo, most of those players are well in the mix. Nfi why there's no Southee in the "test" squad though.
    In the three/four-day squad? He's in the World Twenty20 side.

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    Hope Neil Broom does well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveNZ View Post
    In the three/four-day squad? He's in the World Twenty20 side.
    ah, that it explains it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike5181 View Post
    New Zealand A one-day squad: Andrew Ellis (c), Andy McKay, Colin de Grandhomme, Daniel Flynn, Dean Brownlie, Derek de Boorder, George Worker, Hamish Rutherford, Mitchell McClenaghan, Neil Broom, Neil Wagner, Tarun Nethula, Tom Latham, Trent Boult

    Three/four-day squad: Reece Young (c), Andy McKay, Brent Arnel, Dean Brownlie, George Worker, Hamish Rutherford, Luke Woodcock, Neil Broom, Neil Wagner, Sam Wells, Tarun Nethula, Tom Latham, Trent Boult.
    Luke Woodcock, really? Bottom of the barrel stuff that, likewise Andy McKay. It's a scary thought to think both of them are reasonably close to the test squad. Pretty meh squads on the whole but at least they've given George Worker a shot. Always had a soft spot for Worker and reckon he has the talent to make it as an international batsmen, not now but maybe in a couple of years. He's definitely worked on a few things and that technqiue of his isn't as muddled anymore.

    It's a shame none of the young bowlers in the winter training squad are fit, would've liked to have seen Wheeler, Small etc have a run early on in the season. Same with a Neesham or Anderson, surely they're better bets then Luke ****ing Woodcock.

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