Yeh you are right.
Haha, stoked to be picked, stoked with the result. Bowling was par for the course though. Well bowled Claps and Pickmeup.
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remembering the life of Phil 'The Prince' Hughes
Haha, awesome stuff. I was awful with the ball and never got a bat - I'm used to waiting while Scott & Read slay the bowlers, just there were a couple of other people doing the same this time round as well
Well done everyone!
Phillip Hughes 1988-2014
RIP Craigos. A true CW legend. You will be missed.
Not sure if this the Australian Rugby League or CW Cricket. Side picked purely on domestic performances. Though can't argue with the results.
The man, the mountain, the Mathews. The greatest all rounder since Keith Miller. (Y)
Jaffna Jets CC (Battrick & FTP)
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Member of the MSC, JMAS and CVAAS
Physical Attractiveness, although then you'd end up with an all CW Black side with Liam carrying the drinks.
Dave Mohammed >>>> You
Come up with a valid argument for Read or Chaulk not being picked and we'll talk.
Who ever said you needed only two keepers in the squad. If three are good enough to make the side as batsmen, then pick three. Not sure how you justify not selecting two batsmen who average over 40 plus in ODI cricket, regardless of average/poor domestic form.
Was more questioning Dauth selection ahead of Crampton and/or Cloete. Some who averages in low 30s, with a s/r of 65 after 40 odd ODIs.
If there was some sort of requirement to only have two keepers, then you would have through Crampton previous ODI performances would have some weighting. Read only made the squad in the first place due to an injury to Butler or Cloete. You would have thought he would have to wait for another chance once others failed at ODI level.
Just doesn't seem like there was much weighting if any placed on previous ODI performances. Cloete and Crampton should be one of first guys picked. But I guess that just my opinion.
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