Carlchopa/Boam/I forget what happened last summer
We know what Papps, Redmond, Butler etc provide so I wouldn't pick them. I realise you're being realistic with your selection and I'm not though.
edit: I'm not a big fan of Latham opening either but I want him on that tour and that's where a gap is
put flynn in there too somewhere
1. Jeet Raval
2. Tom Latham
3. Craig Cachopa
4. Neil Broom
5. Jesse Ryder (should be begging him to make the trip)
6. Daryl Mitchell
7. Luke Ronchi+
8. Ish Sodhi
9. Matt Henry
10. Adam Milne
11. Ben Wheeler
If I was going to send an experienced bowler it'd be Butler. Firstly because he's actually improved of late and is worth having a look at, and secondly because he does seem like more of a leader.
Rejecting 'analysis by checklist' and 'skill absolutism' since Dec '09
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Last edited by Kippax; 27-05-2013 at 12:20 AM.
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Tom Latham *
Luke Ronchi +
Taking out a huge score and him still averaging 22 seems decent. Not sure you could do that with any other kiwi bar Taylor.
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