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    Good to see a win for Essex, but really it seems that it was Napier & Masters versus Hampshire. No way we're gonna have a decent season if the top order can't score any runs.
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    Someone (else) seems to be quite a fan of Wood.

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    Typical Cricinfo northern bias.

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    Didn't Godw1n retire? How come he's turning up for Glamorgan?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Daemon View Post
    Didn't Godw1n retire? How come he's turning up for Glamorgan?
    Nah, didn't retire - just dropped from the Sussex contract list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scaly piscine View Post
    Someone (else) seems to be quite a fan of Wood.

    Nottinghamshire v Durham, Trent Bridge, 3rd day Report : Ashington's Mark Wood returns with success for Durham | Cricket News | ESPN Cricinfo

    "Wood, by some distance the sharpest bowler on display in this match"
    Back to your earlier point about why he didn't play last week, always the way. The young players always have to wait a chance at the start of a season as the senior men get first go. It is wrong but happens everywhere every season.

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    A real chance for Broad and Swann to have a good bat today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scaly piscine View Post
    Someone (else) seems to be quite a fan of Wood.

    Nottinghamshire v Durham, Trent Bridge, 3rd day Report : Ashington's Mark Wood returns with success for Durham | Cricket News | ESPN Cricinfo

    "Wood, by some distance the sharpest bowler on display in this match"
    me too. plays at my club. onya woody
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    I just love all kinds of balls.

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    Notts 133 ahead with just over 30 overs left ... not sure about Shahzad's batting pedigree but Swann is certainly capable of putting this out of Durham's reach if he gets the support he needs.

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    Fourth wicket falls at Headingley - Derby still 63 behind ... losing this one would hit them very hard.

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    Read-Swann-Broad-Shahzad is an insane #8-11. Fletcher was nightwatchman but still, that's nuts.
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    Rashid's just gone. Not even half the bowler he was two years ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Howe_zat View Post
    Rashid's just gone. Not even half the bowler he was two years ago.
    Surprised he's still getting a game ahead of Rafiq. Guess they figured that the seamers would do most of the damage in early season conditions anyway and that they might as well go with the better bat, because Rafiq is clearly the better spinner at the moment.



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