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    Quote Originally Posted by nzfan View Post
    Woodcock brought to Wellington Cricket more than just runs and wickets. He's a very popular player and the one that the experienced as well as the young ones liked. One is those rare cricketers that was very selfless from what I know. As much as I wanted to see young ones given a go, it was never at Woodcock's expense. Now it's a very hard task for Wellington to find another opener.
    Ravindra and Fletcher must be the obvious duo?
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    That's a shame, what a solid cricketer he has been for Wellington.

    I see he's about to turn 37 in a few days, that's a respectable time to call it quits.
    A 17 year span FC career with Wellington.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Hutt Rec View Post
    Ravindra and Fletcher must be the obvious duo?
    Jacob Bhula and Raki Weerasundara in the mix for next year as well. That is if Ravindra goes on to play Black Caps and Fletcher is more suited in the middle order in the long format.
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    There's not usually 12 good Plunket Shield standard openers around at the same in NZ to go around.

    For a domestic team to lose one will always leave a huge hole. Although Woodcock has just had an average season this year.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Immenso View Post
    That's a shame, what a solid cricketer he has been for Wellington.

    I see he's about to turn 37 in a few days, that's a respectable time to call it quits.
    A 17 year span FC career with Wellington.
    Was amazing to see the Firebirds post a pic of him on instagram saluting a plunket shield hundred or 50 ... with hair!!!

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    Wellington vs Canterbury called off in the final round of the Plunket Shield.

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    Fair enough, also lockie and guptill aren't playing in Auckland game v otago

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    ND have managed to turn their game vs CD around, I figured that it would taper out to a draw given the score ND racked up but they are running through CD pretty quickly at the moment

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    Season ending stats.

    Sodhi over took Bennett as top wicket take on the final day. Obviously Bennett's final game was cancelled after the tragedy in Christchurch.
    Plunket Shield, 2018/19 Cricket Team Records & Stats | ESPNcricinfo.com

    Phillips had a very good end to the season. Getting the 3 consecutive List A ducks in the NZA series v Pakistan was at a very inopportune time for him considering Munro's subsequent dropping from the ODI team.

    Batting, Most Runs:
    Plunket Shield, 2018/19 Cricket Team Records & Stats | ESPNcricinfo.com
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    Sodhi's FC bowling record is now good.

    His FC bowling record at Plunket Shield level is now getting into the very good territory (sub-30 bowling average), and trending better each year.
    https://archive.nzc.nz/Players/952/9...g_by_Team.html

    As a comparison. Sodhi is now at Astle levels of domestic competence. Astle has a better NZ A level record (he once took 15 in a match v Sri Lanka A).
    https://archive.nzc.nz/Players/87/87...g_by_Team.html
    Last edited by Immenso; 20-03-2019 at 03:31 PM.
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    Sodhi's season by season record.
    He's been good at domestic level for 4 consecutive seasons now.

    https://archive.nzc.nz/Players/952/9...by_Season.html

    Although this season is the first time he's reached 20104 - 2017 Astle levels.
    https://archive.nzc.nz/Players/87/87...by_Season.html
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    Shawn Hicks has retired from first class cricket after repeated concussions.

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    poor dude
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    RIP Craig Walsh

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    Yeah. That really sucks. Poor guy.

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    Up & coming leg-spinner in the Under 19 squad:

    "He [Ashok] is an exciting prospect. He spins it both ways and he's a little guy, only 16 and if he was to make this [under-19] World Cup he'll end up playing two. He's got a great work ethic and can hold a bat. He'll end up a genuine allrounder," said former test spinner Paul Wiseman, programme lead for the under-19s.

    Seven of this 15-strong squad to play four 50-over matches against Australia Under-19 in Brisbane give the ball a tweak: two legspinners, one offspinner and four left-arm orthodox.


    Under-19 squad.

    Two of those left-armers are sons of former Black Caps. Tim Pringle, the other 16-year-old, calls Chris Pringle dad, and Ollie White's father is NZC chief executive David White.

    Pringle is tall, wears glasses and, Wiseman said, will draw inevitable comparisons with bespectacled left-armers Daniel Vettori and Mitchell Santner.

    Wiseman said spin bowling allrounders were becoming more common, with players raised as medium pacers increasingly making the switch...

    New Zealand Under-19 squad: Adithya Ashok (Auckland), William Clark (Central Districts), Kristian Clarke (Northern Districts), Lucas Dasent (Auckland), Hayden Dickson (ND), Joey Field (CD), Jesse Frew (Canterbury), Ruben Love (CD), Jock McKenzie (Auckland), Rhys Mariu (Canterbury), Tim Pringle (ND), Ben Pomare (ND), Jesse Tashkoff (Wellington), Dylan Taylor (Auckland), Ollie White (ND).
    https://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/cricke...h-on-australia

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