|29-01-2013, 03:44 AM||#61 (permalink)|
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|29-01-2013, 03:45 AM||#62 (permalink)|
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impressive stuff by Prime Minister's XI on debut
Indians can't bowl - Where has the rumour come from as I myself and many indian friends arwe competent fast bowlers ?
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|29-01-2013, 04:08 AM||#65 (permalink)|
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yeah he's a gun
**** me dead i've always thought russell's batting was underrated, bit of a waste for him to bat so far down the order
http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/engine/match/489223.html this was some knock
|29-01-2013, 04:21 AM||#69 (permalink)|
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Hope the rest of the tour is that exciting. Good start to it.
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|29-01-2013, 06:34 AM||#74 (permalink)|
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Good first game under lights for Manuka, was good to see Jono Dean score some runs even if he is from Queanbeyan. Was on the supps list for Renegades in the big bash this year and the Scorchers the year before, his work today should get him a gig somewhere next year surely.
|29-01-2013, 07:58 AM||#75 (permalink)|
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Looking forward to this tour, real shame Samuels is missing as he's been our best batsman by a mile for the last year and his bowling would have been handy too, now to the match, well what can i say? never nice to lose but all in all i think we got what we needed out of it, bowlers toiled hard and some key batsmen spent some time at the crease, one being Sarwan who really needed that knock, his confidence took at beating when he was dropped and if he can return to top form then it would be fantastic for our team, especially at test level,
As for the young man Powell, he's been utterly fantastic over the past six months of so where he's scored around five tons at all levels, the more this lad plays the better he's getting, it was nice to see Russell show us why he's rated so highly with the bat in this format aswell, as lately he's been crap tbh, also have to give a shout out to Narine, took a bit of stick of late but today he really showed what he's capable of, and if that form continues the series is gonna be interesting, cause really in the caribbean last year Australia just couldn't cope with him,
I think Gibbo is gonna have some decisions to make, Sammy was pathetic with the ball and so was Bravo and Best, i think we're gonna need Jason Holder in that line-up somewhere or the bowling might come up short, Pollard shouldn't be relied upon imo, despite doing well today, five overs from him and Dwayne Bravo is enough, the team i'd pick would be..
Holder is a genuine strike bowler and has more pace than Russell, Sammy and Dwayne Bravo, plus he can bat aswell (scored 49 against Australia in a warm up match last year), may be harsh on Russell but there's no point playing the Aussies if our attack is gonna let them score 270 plus every game.
So for the bowlers it would be
Gayle= five overs
Sammy= five overs
Bravo= five overs
Pollard= five overs
Narine= ten overs
Holder= ten overs
Roach= ten overs
Thats a good mixture, if Polly or Sammy are keeping it tight then they can easily keep going, if not there's plenty of options.
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