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    turns out cowan likes the pull shot
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    haha what a moment. Good ****.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jono View Post
    Wow, what a ****ing **** you are Burgey. Saw your post and thought I missed his ton. Lunch not finished yet.
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    you know. cowan started off horribly last season, and on the day roebuck died, scored a ton (or maybe it was 90 odd.) that started his run to the test team. he started off horribly this season, and on the one year anniversary of roebuck's death, scores a ton


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    Superb work from Cowan really pleased for him, even though I haven't been one of his main supporters.

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    Eddie. Wafg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spikey View Post
    you know. cowan started off horribly last season, and on the day roebuck died, scored a ton (or maybe it was 90 odd.) that started his run to the test team. he started off horribly this season, and on the one year anniversary of roebuck's death, scores a ton
    Wow that's such a fitting moment, I didn't realize it was a year ago, no wonder he was emotional.

    EDIT - I haven't listened to ABC Radio, have they mentioned Roebuck much?

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    piling on the runs now

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    has there been a c9 broadcaster sitting next to cowan's wife every time he's played a test in australia just waiting to talk to her in case cowan scores a ton

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spikey View Post
    turns out cowan likes the pull shot
    I've actually been more impressed with his cutting this innings. The pull is obviously his go-to shot but he was a fierce cutter and back foot driver of the ball in his youth in New South Wales, but it got him out a fair bit so he put it all away in his second coming as a state cricketer for Tasmania. Really good sign to see him bring out some off side play successfully at this level; when he was raved about as a young bat in Sydney, that was why.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NUFAN View Post
    Wow that's such a fitting moment, I didn't realize it was a year ago, no wonder he was emotional.

    EDIT - I haven't listened to ABC Radio, have they mentioned Roebuck much?
    dunno know. saw his name mentioned in some tweets about the time play started though


    oh and in case anyone didn't know, roebuck coached cowan when he was younger

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spikey View Post
    has there been a c9 broadcaster sitting next to cowan's wife every time he's played a test in australia just waiting to talk to her in case cowan scores a ton
    I'd probably make up excuses to sit next to Ed Cowan's wife too tbf.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    Actually mate, being Monday I'm at a belated birthday lunch at Felix in my honour. Enjoy your pre-packed sandwich, underling.
    Must be a great birthday lunch if you're posting in this thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spikey View Post
    you know. cowan started off horribly last season, and on the day roebuck died, scored a ton (or maybe it was 90 odd.) that started his run to the test team. he started off horribly this season, and on the one year anniversary of roebuck's death, scores a ton
    You weird ****.

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    I see the "Ed Cowan tonned up" alarm is working well at the Gabba.



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