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Rejecting 'analysis by checklist' and 'skill absolutism' since Dec '09
Originally Posted by John Singleton
so many quick singles and twos were turned down in the Taylor-Williamson partnership.
I know it's hot out there, but I'd much rather see them put pressure on the field than try to sweep straight balls.
Other than that they played very well.
Also good stuff Dougie.
I like the way Bracewell is playing. He'll run out of luck at some point but this is the approach that seems to be right for him.
The new CA directive to make the domestic pitches a bit flatter should help him develop that part of his game I reckon.
pews and i tasting it
You know you bowled filth when Flynn feels he can bring out that shot.
Feck. Bound to happen though. Scored more runs than he would've playing like a batsman.
hello, Taylor must want quick runs.
Hope we get a long Southee slog.
Southee's always come in ahead of Patel.
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