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    Cricket Web Staff Member / Global Moderator Neil Pickup's Avatar
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    Quite right. Wouldn't surprise me if half of that lot didn't play internationally, either.

    I was just assuring Morgie that there was the odd player or two that we'd managed to come up with over the last year or so that might have a chance. It seems to have satisfied him, too.
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    Domestic structures mean everything. Ireland doesn't have one, which is why we have zero chance of ever becoming a test side. Zimbabwe cricket was kept alive during the last five years by its domestic structure.

    England has the best and most competitive four-day competition in the world, helps them massively.
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