Think that has been 12 hours:
Will go a bit left field and take a gamble:
Kyle Jarvis, Lancashire. Couple of test 5fers, looks to have an action/bowling style that will suit CC.
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Unbelievable that some players haven't been picked yet IMO.
Yeah, its because people have made there choices in certain positions and don't need the overload. Read is a very good pick, but wicketkeeper is a very strong position.
Yeah, there's a whole host of seamers left. Happy with Read, not sure there's another keeper who is (a) as good in general (b) useful in all 3 formats.
Are there absolutely no restrictions on the overseas round?
Fair enough, David Masters.
Phil Mustard - Combative if technically limited keeper batsman. Can offer a bit of firepower to my T20/40 over teams
FC Lumb, Jaques, Madsen, Trott, Morgan, Stokes, Mustard, Wright, Kerrigan, Finn, Richardson (ugh that tail is long - I don;t like this team) Reserves - Stevens, Batty, Topley, Thomas
40 over Lumb, Mustard, Trott, Stokes, Morgan, Stevens,......,Batty, Thomas, Wright, Finn,
20 over Lumb, Mustard, Jaques, Stevens, Morgan, Stokes, Batty, Thomas, Finn, Topley, Wright (and ugh again can't quite get around how I'm gonna figure out the batting orders/ balance for the T20 and 40 over game)
Second Overseas round is less significant as the player is only being selected for the T20 competition. Can pick from anywhere - but obviously not selected before.
Not sure I should have incorporated the overseas round (or at least the second t20 round) but it's too late now. MIght have been better just keeping it domestic based.
Nah its no problem I knew it was always going to be a big chance with Jarvis. Worth the gamble though, but I'm more than happy with Hoddy there.
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