2. Alec Stewart ( + ) /
3. Robin Smith /
4. Javed Miandad /
5. Steve Waugh ( c ) /
6. Nathan Astle o /
8. Darren Gough o
9. Angus Fraser o
10. Mushtaq Ahmed o
11. Courtney Walsh o
CricZo XI - Draft League
Season 1 M Hayden, G Gooch, R Dravid, W Hammond, K Pietersen, G Sobers, R Marsh (wk), R Benaud (c), D Steyn, W Hall, N Adcock
Season 2 J Hobbs, B Richards, D Boon, H Taylor, C Lloyd (c), A Stewart (wk), T Goddard, A Davidson, H Tayfield, C Ambrose, H Griffith
Season 3 H Sutcliffe, M Hayden, I Chappell (c), G Pollock, A Faulkner, M Hussey, D Lindsay (wk), I Botham, A Kumble, M Marshall, D Lillee
Very nice team KK. All solid, no fuss, tough sort of players.
Are you going to give Stewart the burden of opening and keeping?
"The Australian cricket captain is the Prime Minister Australia wishes it had. Steve Waugh is that man, Michael Clarke is not." - Jarrod Kimber
RIP Fardin Qayyumi and Craig Walsh - true icons of CricketWeb.
Monk times out by several hours.
Harsh > Kingkallis > Pothas
Going for my keeper- Syed Kirmani, one of the greatest glovemen ever and a very handy bat with a couple of test tons, and also my spinner, Pat Symcox, a combative all round spin bowler with attitude.
- Gordon Greenidge
- Mark Taylor *
- Richie Richardson
- Graham Thorpe
- Sourav Ganguly
- Kapil Dev
- Syed Kirmani+
- Wasim Akram
- Pat Symcox
- Rodney Hogg
Knott and Kirmani are the two best and entertaining keepers that I've seen live. Although Rod Marsh had the bestest and loudest appeal, especially when taking catches from spinners. It's a shame that Kirmani is not quite up to being a No.7 batsman or I'd try and pick him more often.
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If you were that old, and that kind, and the very last of your kind, you couldn't just stand back and watch children cry.
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