Khurram is so ****e. Don't know how he is still there. Put Misbah on strike.
oh good, he's run out of luck.
Kind of pissing me off actually Jimmy that the key to changing NZ's 1st Test out-of-season horror shows seems like it might just be straight-up cash.@JimmyNeesh 2h
7 weeks ago we cut a strip in a park in Dunedin and started bowling in 5 degrees. Now on the bus to game 1. Fizzing.
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Khurram is Hafeez lite. Similar bowling action too.
Good catch that.
If Rutherford hadn't premeditated that he could've waited and hammered it, was a seriously **** delivery.
Am I late in noticing that Ponting is not in the Mumbai Indians squad?
Are you telling me that the great man's final ever cricket game was for Antigua Hawksbill, in a match where Kemar Roach inexplicably batted ahead of him?
Otago have a big challenge tonight. Kand have Sangakkara, Herath, Mendis, Kulasekara, Randiv and a few other internationals like Silva and Tharanga.
Cricket: Ten Doeschate returns for Champions League qualifier | Otago Daily Times Online News : Otago, South Island, New Zealand & International News
The good news is Otago's prospects in tonight's Champions League qualifier against the Kandurata Maroons has improved with the arrival of Dutch international Ryan ten Doeschate.
The bad news is Volts coach Vaughn Johnson has to make a tough call about who to leave out of the starting XI.
Otago was impressive in its eight-wicket win against the Faisalabad Wolves in game one last night. Brendon McCullum whacked an undefeated 83. The seam attack of James McMillan, Ian Butler and James Neesham picked up two wickets apiece in a disciplined effort with the ball.
Ten Doeschate was in devastating form for Otago during the the HRV Cup, scoring 401 runs at an average of 50.12. He will play unless bad luck strikes before the toss.
With Otago playing so well, no-one deserves to miss out but the unlucky player probably shapes as Aaron Redmond.
He is one of only three players in the Otago team to score a twenty20 hundred and can be devastating on his day.
Neil Broom is an obvious candidate but seems to enjoy the faith of Johnson and McCullum.
Broom has been in good touch on the tour but is a notoriously slow starter and nicked out second ball last night.
Nathan McCullum failed to enhance his reputation with a poor bowling performance, but he is an experienced and proven performer who is capable of winning matches with the ball and bat.
when did coloured zones become a thing?
When the SLPL fell over they had to just quickly make teams up, is that what you mean?
nah the commentators are wanking on about coloured six zones
de Boorder has been a bit messy behind the sticks today. Bit disappointing from someone rated as the best gloveman in the country by some.
Why have the words to that black and yellow song been changed to blue and yellow? I didn't know there was an Otago favouring version.
****ing lol nice shot bro
Hmm McCullum, your brother bowled poor in the last game, bowled a shocking first over but hey lets give him another! McMillan not bowling out his 4 overs, he has been their best bowler. Unless he got an injury, this is terrible captaincy.
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