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    Who cares, Red Hill has got this. Shame I had a chance with a good bowling attack tho.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trundler View Post
    Who cares, Red Hill has got this. Shame I had a chance with a good bowling attack tho.
    Always take your chances. Always.
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    Red Hill is a piece of ****

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    Tried to be funky by sneaking him in 11a but alas, lol
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    Question 11 - Select a Cricketer who's career runs and highest score are both even numbers


    PASS
    Cabinet - Justin Langer
    TMO - Anil Kumble
    Fred - Mahela Jayawardene
    Red Hill - Ken Barrington
    Morgie - Courtney Walsh
    Pothas - David Boon
    Marcuss - Denis Lindsay
    Andrew - Craig McDermott
    Harsh - Jasprit Bumrah
    Michael7s - John Richard Reid
    Trundler - Don Tallon
    Anil - Jimmy Adams
    Teuton - Vernon Philander


    Question 12b - Select a Cricketer from the banned players list

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    Marcuss - Imran Khan
    Teuton - Keith Miller
    Morgie - Adam Gilchrist
    Red Hill - Don Bradman
    Michael7s - WG Grace
    Trundler - Clyde Walcott
    Cabinet - Sydney Barnes
    Harsh - Graeme Pollock
    Pothas - Michael Holding
    Fred - Alan Davidson
    Anil - Dennis Lillee
    Andrew - Everton Weekes
    TMO - Frank Tyson

    So no Sobers or Hadlee. No sheeps for either round is good going.

    Post your final XIs in here and we will vote once we have all final lineups.
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    Stewie Dempster
    Prithvi Shaw
    Clyde Walcott
    Clem Hill*
    Dave Houghton
    Aubrey Faulkner
    Don Tallon
    Wasim Akram
    Neil Adcock
    Clarrie Grimmett
    Glenn McGrath

    Pretty solid from #6 and below.

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    Very well run draft, Nuf. Thank you

    Team StarSpangledSheep

    Sunny Gavaskar
    Bill Ponsford
    Peter May (c)
    Steven Smith (5)
    Graeme Pollock
    Joe Solomon
    Tom Blundell (wk)
    Wayne Daniel (3)
    Colin Croft (2)
    Fazal Mahmood (4)
    Jasprit Bumrah (1)

    12th Man: Trevor Franklin

    Pretty solid team. Love the bowling variety. Great top 5.
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    Matthew Hayden
    Andrew Strauss
    David Boon
    Everton Weekes
    Stan McCabe
    Shiv Chanderpaul
    Ian Smith
    Michael Holding
    Fred Trueman
    Rangana Herath
    Bill Bowes

    Tail is longer than I would want. Messed up that last last round, needed a bowling all rounder and thought Pollock was the safe option and ended up leaving Hadlee unpicked.

    Sheep draft the best as always.
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    Haha Hadlee improves that team tenfold.

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    Herbert Sutcliffe
    Conrad Hunte
    Mahela Jayawardene
    Brian Lara
    *Clive Lloyd
    Colin Bland
    +Godfrey Evans
    Alan Davidson
    Sylvester Clarke
    Peter Such
    Tiger O'Reilly

    Carrying the drinks - Ruwan Kalpage

    The skipper won't thank me for just giving him two pace bowlers, and for having to do any fifth bowler duties himself, and there is a bit of a tail, but not a bad lot
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcuss View Post
    Gordon Greenidge
    Archie Jackson
    Frank Worrell
    Jacques Kallis
    Denis Compton
    Allan Border
    Imran Khan
    Denis Lindsay

    Tino Best
    Colin Miller
    Allan Donald

    Meyrick Pringle
    Just about as good a pair of players as I could have realistically hoped to pick to complete that side.

    Lucky to have quality bats to 8 as numbers 9-11 won’t be adding much.

    Two quality new ball bowlers of the highest quality and Miller was a successful Test bowler in his own right. He’d be largely relied upon for the spin duties. Plenty of options in the top 6 with Kallis (in particular), Worrell, Border and Compton all having some success with the balm throughout their careers.

    Then there’s Tino Best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcuss View Post
    Just about as good a pair of players as I could have realistically hoped to pick to complete that side.

    Lucky to have quality bats to 8 as numbers 9-11 won’t be adding much.

    Two quality new ball bowlers of the highest quality and Miller was a successful Test bowler in his own right. He’d be largely relied upon for the spin duties. Plenty of options in the top 6 with Kallis (in particular), Worrell, Border and Compton all having some success with the balm throughout their careers.

    Then there’s Tino Best.
    You fail to mention that you have the only man to have played the game who might have been a better batsman than Bradman

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    Quote Originally Posted by fredfertang View Post
    You fail to mention that you have the only man to have played the game who might have been a better batsman than Bradman
    More than happy to let that batting lineup speak for itself.

    I can't recall Red Hill's entire lineup but I think it stacks up pretty well in comparison even allowing for him having the Don.

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    Graeme Smith*
    Bruce Mitchell
    Cheteshwar Pujara
    Richie Richardson
    Eddie Paynter
    Adam Gilchrist+
    Gary Gilmour
    Richie Benaud
    Bob Willis
    Garth McKenzie
    Courtney Walsh

    Martin Love

    It's fine. Not that much more though.
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    - Arthur Morris
    - Bill Brown
    - Charles Jack Russell
    - Arivinda de Silva
    - Polly Umrigar
    - Tom Hayward
    - Jeff Dujon
    - Anil Kumble
    - Peter Pollock
    - Frank Tyson
    - Alan Ward



    12th man Imran Farhat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Test_Fan_Only View Post
    - Arthur Morris
    - Bill Brown
    - Charles Jack Russell
    - Arivinda de Silva
    - Polly Umrigar
    - Tom Hayward
    - Jeff Dujon
    - Anil Kumble
    - Peter Pollock
    - Frank Tyson
    - Alan Ward



    12th man Imran Farhat.
    1-9 could be a bunch of stiffs for all I care - this team is going to get one of my votes for the opening salvo of Tyson and Ward

    …… unless you're planning to give Peter Pollock the new ball of course

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