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    I'd say the bowling attack is ok. Gillespie and Woakes are internationals.

    But I'm assuming Outer Oval has gotten even smaller with concourse built for the main stadium redevelopment encroaching onto the former outfield.

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    I agree on Anderson and Neesham, they certainly have the potential, but niether are scoring consistantly or getting regular wickets. They are still learning the ropes and need more time in domestic to be real options imo.

    Munro 269, his FC average is over 55 now!

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    And Hopkins declares on him. What a prick! Could have given him until the Tea Break.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike5181 View Post
    Jimmy Neesham is getting there in my opinion.
    I liked what I saw of this guy.


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    Magnificent innings from Munro. Update that one Hurricane.

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    Haha, yeah, it's probably worth remembering that the address of Eden Park Outer Oval is:

    1 Road Rd, Roadington
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    Still a fantastic effort. Cachopa once again in the wickets.
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    CD destroying Otago with the part-time bowling of Carl Cachopa and Jeet Raval . Tbf, before I saw Cachopa bowl I'd assumed he was a true part-timer - was impressed to see he runs in hard, has a nice action, is above dibbly dobbly pace and gets a bit of swing. And a bit of a golden-arm this season.

    CD surely huge favourites for the Plunket Shield now - they look a good side even though their top 6 have been unusually suspect this season (exc Cachopa).

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    Quote Originally Posted by straw man View Post
    CD destroying Otago with the part-time bowling of Carl Cachopa and Jeet Raval . Tbf, before I saw Cachopa bowl I'd assumed he was a true part-timer - was impressed to see he runs in hard, has a nice action, is above dibbly dobbly pace and gets a bit of swing. And a bit of a golden-arm this season.

    CD surely huge favourites for the Plunket Shield now - they look a good side even though their top 6 have been unusually suspect this season (exc Cachopa).
    Cool, maybe he could come into the test side at no6?

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    LOL, that was the Roadesian innings I wanted from Vincent dammit. I'll never get back in the race now.

    But I did get on the Stags at $3.75 during the week.

    $5.50 for the one-day comp amazing value too, KvW to return, ND and Wgtn to lose their imports, Styris, Ryder, maybe Ronchi.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcas0167 View Post
    Cool, maybe he could come into the test side at no6?
    It's certainly tempting while we don't have Ryder and none of our other top 6 batsmen can bowl.

    In the short term though you'd have to say Brownlie is a better batsman and also consider Vettori.

    Cachopa may well play for NZ at some point and chances are he'll follow the path of Flynn, Brownlie etc - initial stint in the side is ultimately unsuccessful and, if he then improves, fixes some technical issues and matures further, may succeed second time round. So I wouldn't be opposed to him being in the side if a spot opens up, preferably at six to begin with.

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    Cachopa has shades of young Flynn imo.
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    Munro 269* - the watch has been updated. Didn't we say that everyone with a double gets a run for NZ at some point?
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    Watched video of Milne's 5-for. His ball to dismiss Bracewell was a beauty.

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    And that's that. Otago with a 20 run lead, and Mathieson with his first 5fer in FC cricket. Good stuff.



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