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    The opener tryed to swing his bat at KOB I guess when he got out or at least it looked a bit like that


    But yeah one questionable incident.. And from 3 years ago too lol
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    Watching a replay of Canada v Nigeria at the moment. There's a fair bit to work with among the Nigerian bowlers, IMO.

    EDIT: But the fielding (especially catching) is... quite bad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by _Ed_ View Post
    Watching a replay of Canada v Nigeria at the moment. There's a fair bit to work with among the Nigerian bowlers, IMO.

    EDIT: But the fielding (especially catching) is... quite bad.
    The players are not strong either. When you see Caribbean players you see that they are strong and can clear boundary with ease but these Nigerian cricketers don't have the physique for cricket even though most of them are really young.

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    Always did rate Jeremy Gordon tbh
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoodAreasShane View Post
    Always did rate Jeremy Gordon tbh
    Good to finally see some pace bowling because all we've been watching so far is spinners being used at the death and slower ones.

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    A lot of highly rated batsmen have failed to perform so far:

    JP Kotze
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoodAreasShane View Post
    Always did rate Jeremy Gordon tbh
    Played against Jeremy Gordon in school cricket. The freaking dude was quick af.

    Thought he was a better pacer than Brendan Bess...somehow Bess went on to play test cricket.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Briggs View Post
    The players are not strong either. When you see Caribbean players you see that they are strong and can clear boundary with ease but these Nigerian cricketers don't have the physique for cricket even though most of them are really young.
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    That's because most of HK players are either educated or homegrown so they have some kind of loyalty to the country. The case is different for UAE and Oman. Most of the players moved there in order to live a better life and play cricket as time pass.
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    Behold the Xenochrist!

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    Waiting for Namibia to cause a shock here. Come on Kotze

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    4 matches on trot in these conditions are too much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SillyCowCorner1 View Post
    Played against Jeremy Gordon in school cricket. The freaking dude was quick af.

    Thought he was a better pacer than Brendan Bess...somehow Bess went on to play test cricket.
    He bowls like a proper Caribbean pacer should, even with age and injuries he's still a far nastier proposition than most at this level. Shame he didn't get more opportunities in the Guyana setup

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    Namibia doing a good job of containing Scotland in this chase.

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    ****s sake, why did Namibia go and have to win that

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    Yeah we’re not winning this one. Netherlands are a really strong side.



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