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    TEST MATCH

    Do you remember that old cricket board game Test Match, that was a sweet game, i think that a new and improved version of that game should be released, if anyone has any good ideas for the game please reply and let me know.

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    have the playing field made of something solid and not that stupid felt stuff that crinkles and dosent let the ball roll

    apart from that, its a pretty grouse game
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    We used to have some cool games together hey Primetime, only problem was all the hills on yours :P

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    Yeah that felt **** was crap! Had to continuosly iron it...oh and the boundary markers were ****ed to cos they broke all the time.

    Why cant everyones set be like the little pricks on the box with their baggy greens and perfectly flat surface !


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    Yeah Michael we did have some mad matches.

    That idea about the hard surface and the boundarie thingys is good coz mine are broken aswell, and the felt was hell crap coz i went to iron it and i didnt put anything over it and the iron burnt through it.

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    Oh yeah dont worry about those little prix on the cover, they get theirs, oh yes they will get theirs!!!

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    I had it, and remember when my little brother was about 5 one xmas, he swallowed one of the balls!

    LOL, my Gran made him use a potty for a few days, and actually tried to find the ball when he'd done the deed!

    I still have it actually (except there's one ball missing!
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    man, thats feral lol

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    My brother got one stuck up his nose, we had to get it out with a hook.

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    a hook?!?!, oh yep, thats alot betta than getting a ball up ure nose :P
    well, wat can i say. I'm perfect!

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    i reckon bowling was the best fun cos ya could use the wrinkles to ur advantage and really annoy ur opponent. Batting was sometimes not a lot of fun because of the wrinkles in the field and also if ya have a crap bowler who dosent put enough power into the bowl, it just stops in the middle.

    [Edited on 1/3/02 by Lach]

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    this game......do they still sell it?

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    ummm probably. its a classic, up there with monopoly, scrabble and trivial pursuit

    try toys r us or something??

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    ok thanx, i will try and look tomorrow

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    When I Played my mate I used to slip in the odd beamer by slamming down on the bowler, much harder to bat against if on target, but a bit dangerous at times, and before long my bowler needed surgery to work. He now has a screw in his stomach!

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