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- C.L.R. James
Gonna be pretty hard judging the quality of the random fringe players from the past, since they probably won't have much written about them. Only stats to go by in those cases.
RIP Philip Hughes - 1988-2014
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You have got to earn the right to be aggressive.Supporting XI
Soumya Sarkar, Pinak Ghosh, Mominul Haque, Mosaddek Hossain, Nazmul Hossain, Shabbir, Nurul Hasan, Abu Hider, Taskin Ahmed, Mustafizur Rahman, Jubair Hossain
Almost, but Morgieb's has a full stop.
Players Available in Round 1
Please send your bids to firstname.lastname@example.org in the next 48 hours including your Cricket Web username in the title.
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RIP Hughesy 1988-2014
As many as you like (I reccomend bidding on all) but everybody gets 1 player from each round on their team.
What if no wicket-keepers pop out of your random-generator Michael? Just a thought.
Last edited by watson; 14-01-2013 at 07:08 PM.
1. WG Grace 2. Victor Trumper 3. Don Bradman 4. Graeme Pollock 5. Garry Sobers 6. Keith Miller 7. Monty Noble 8. Bert Oldfield 9. Malcolm Marshall 10. Wasim Akram 11. Bill O'Reilly
If you want to enter, I'll add one more player from round 2 on (this would mean that you would only have 11 rounds rather than 12 to complete your team. This also applies to anyone else who wants to join before the end of round 1).
I'll withdraw. Watson can have my spot.
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