Robson chosen in England Performance squad,no games for NSW,and Cricket Australia website said no Hogan for WA.So much for the dual passports thingy.
Only Cameron, I. Holland & Murihead who are contracted to the Vics are in the first Bushrangers Futures squad to play Queensland on the 30th
Victorian chairman of selectors Andrew Lynch said he was happy with the make-up of the team.
"We've selected a team with an eye to the future," Lynch said.
"We believe that each and every one of the Futures League players has the potential to represent the Bushrangers in at least one format.
"We've also looked at recent performances in Victorian Premier Cricket and have rewarded those who have been consistently making runs."
Victoria will play four Futures League matches this summer, with the clash against Queensland running from Monday, September 30 to Thursday, October 3.
Victorian Futures League squad:
Tom Stray (c) (Ringwood)
Ejaaz Alavi (Fitzroy-Doncaster)
Louis Cameron (Essendon)
Tom Donnell (Dandenong)
Jake Haberfield (Footscray Edgewater)
Ian Holland (Ringwood)
David King (Ringwood)
Dylan Kight (Footscray Edgewater)
Solomon Mire (Essendon)
James Muirhead (St Kilda)
Jake Reed (Geelong)
Dean Russ (Footscray Edgewater)
Solomon Mire is playing? That's absolutely glorious.
would have thought some state would pick Haberfield for the OD comp (i assume any team could call him into their squad)
Indians can't bowl - Where has the rumour come from as I myself and many indian friends arwe competent fast bowlers ?
With the English bid I said: Let us be brief. If you give back the Falkland Islands, which belong to us, you will get my vote. They then became sad and left
If Elavi does well should be rushed into the Aussie under 19 side,we lack a decent spinner,he is only 17.
Google Chrome has serious problems rendering the Queensland Cricket website.
no i got that on firefox. i assumed it was something in the link but deleting bits off the end of it didnt fix it so whatever
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There are some clouds on Northamptonshire's horizon, however. It appears they are unable to gain work permits for either Trent Copeland, the Australian seamer who made such an impact this season, or Cameron White, who was so influential in the T20 success. Neither will return in 2014.
obviously we knew Copeland wouldnt be able to come back, but I can't work out why White is eligible now but won't be next season
tempted to go through the html and see if i can identify the problem
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