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    *Official* New Zealand Domestic Cricket Season 2012/2013

    Contracts are announced, so discuss them in here.

    Short version - Reece Young to Auckland, Brad Cachopa to Canterbury, Andrew Mathieson and Jeet Raval to CD, and Ronchi picks up a Wellstralia contract.

    Auckland Aces
    Dean Bartlett
    Michael Bates
    Colin de Grandhomme
    Gareth Hopkins
    Anaru Kitchen
    Bruce Martin
    Mitchell McClenaghan
    Tim McIntosh
    Colin Munro
    Bhupinder Singh
    Daryl Tuffey
    Lou Vincent
    Reece Young

    Canterbury Wizards
    Todd Astle
    Hamish Bennett
    Brad Cachopa
    Peter Fulton
    Matt Henry
    Ronnell Hira
    Tom Latham
    Willie Lonsdale
    Ryan McCone
    Henry Nicholls
    Shanan Stewart
    Logan van Beek
    George Worker

    Central Stags
    Carl Cachopa
    Jamie How
    Marty Kain
    Andrew Mathieson
    Adam Milne
    Kieran Noema-Barnett
    Jeet Raval
    Dean Robinson
    Mathew Sinclair
    Bevan Small
    Ben Smith
    Ben Wheeler
    William Young

    Northern Knights
    Graeme Aldridge
    Corey Anderson
    Brent Arnel
    James Baker
    Anton Devcich
    James Marshall
    Daryl Mitchell
    Brad Wilson
    Joseph Yovich

    Otago Volts
    Derek de Boorder
    Nick Beard
    Michael Bracewell
    Darren Broom
    Neil Broom
    Ian Butler
    Mark Craig
    James McMillan
    Jimmy Neesham
    Aaron Redmond
    Hamish Rutherford
    Neil Wagner
    Sam Wells

    Wellington Firebirds
    Harry Boam
    Josh Brodie
    Grant Elliott
    Mark Gillespie
    Scott Kuggeleijn
    Andy McKay
    Stephen Murdoch
    Michael Papps
    Jeetan Patel
    Michael Pollard
    Luke Ronchi
    Jesse Ryder
    Luke Woodcock
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    So Wellington will probably add Cachopa right.

    Otago probably Duffy.

    Auckland? NFI

    ND? Looks like they'll want batsmen. Is Hiini still up there? de Boorder keen to move down the road?

    CD? Maybe Cleaver if they want a keeper when Kruger is away.

    Canterbury? McEwan or Nuttall perhaps.

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    Any big names missing? I noticed McSkimming isn't in Otago's list.

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    Hamish Bennett's recovering well apparently. It will be interesting to see how he goes.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike5181 View Post
    Any big names missing? I noticed McSkimming isn't in Otago's list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike5181 View Post
    Hamish Bennett's recovering well apparently.
    what a relief.
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    Proudly against the bring back Bennett movement since he is injury prone and won't last 5 days.

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    Well we need a keeper now that McGlashan has retired, whether we look within the region or look to go outside will be interesting. Both Shane Gadsdon and Owen Ivins have played in recent seasons when McGlashan or Watling were unavailable but neither of them have really done a lot with the bat at the lower levels. Could well look to poach Dane Cleaver from CD. Not exactly a massive move and he has family in the area, plus he obviously knows Williamson quite well. Again though, he's just as young as Gadsdon and Ivins so you don't really know what you'll get from him.

    Brett Hampton should pick up one of the remaining contracts, dominated for BOP last season. Santner, Walker, Hatwell, Carter, Hickey, Kelly, Popli and I supppose that useless **** Hiini should all go close to picking one up too. Real shame about Mathieson, would've been given a real run this summer had he stayed.
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    Was it SteveNZ who made that post a couple of months back where he said Cricket was becoming more rural meaning areas like the Waikato and Manawatu would be the producers of cricket talent for the forseeable future. In my day Auckland had enough players for two first class teams. Ian Smith in his autobiography listed what a North Harbour team would have looked like and discussed the issue.

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    Full strength Manawatu would give several FC teams a run for their money. How, Taylor, Oram, Cleaver, Milne, Small etc. Exported Worker to the Cantabs as well.

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    Has Rhodes gone back to Australia?

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    Hopefully.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flem274* View Post
    Hopefully.
    I might get to bowl to him this year if he has come back, judging by how highly the Penrith selectors seem to rate him.
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    Only a semi-related comment, but anyone here play cricket in Auckland?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hurricane View Post
    Was it SteveNZ who made that post a couple of months back where he said Cricket was becoming more rural meaning areas like the Waikato and Manawatu would be the producers of cricket talent for the forseeable future. In my day Auckland had enough players for two first class teams. Ian Smith in his autobiography listed what a North Harbour team would have looked like and discussed the issue.
    Someone else brought it up, but I was saying Harbour would have a reasonable side. But it would dilute Auckland, lessen their chances of winning HRVs, trophies etc.

    And yeah Mike, I did/do/may/have..

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    Clearly you're Colin Munro.

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