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  1. ataraxia

    Bradman Connection Draft

    And there's the cliff. Though it's possibly unfair on the antediluvian version of Peter Siddle, Tim Wall, that he was left so long. @capt_Luffy
  2. ataraxia

    All-time Australia XIs - A re-run

    Noble Gregory Hazlewood Up the Hassett gang btw.
  3. ataraxia

    Group C - West Indies, Afghanistan, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Uganda

    Well haha I thought this too before we ****ing chose to bowl against Uganda and PNG. That's such a great way to drive up the viewership and give our batters much needed time in the middle, haha.
  4. ataraxia

    Bradman Connection Draft

    He was available? Goddammit.
  5. ataraxia

    Bradman Connection Draft

    Cyril Vincent – one of South Africa's goodest ever spinners. @Line and Length
  6. ataraxia

    All-time Australia XIs - A re-run

    Macartney Hassett Hussey Hazlewood
  7. ataraxia

    Do tailend runs affect your cricketer rating?

    No, one player and one test. That's precisely what I'm taking issue about.
  8. ataraxia

    Do tailend runs affect your cricketer rating?

    This is a silly generalisation lol. I don't suppose Ashton Agar got picked for his last test for his bowling?
  9. ataraxia

    Group B - England, Australia, Namibia, Scotland, Oman

    The whole cricketing world rooting for Scotland here.
  10. ataraxia

    Group B - England, Australia, Namibia, Scotland, Oman

    Yeah but they actually look up to it. Unlike some better teams, they are coherent units that have the basics down pat. And (agreeing with you) they won't be competitive at test level, but hey there's only one way to change that – and a promotion is certainly not undeserved for the likes of Scotland.
  11. ataraxia

    Group B - England, Australia, Namibia, Scotland, Oman

    I find it amazing how good the top associate teams are tbh: they just keep improving despite being really niche sports in their nations. Give a whole lot test status.
  12. ataraxia

    Ultimate Allrounder XI

    The point was that you seemed to pick a host of players in your earlier sides on average despite tiny sample sizes with no regard for the opposition they played. There's a man whose FC batting average was 19 batting 6 in your pre-WWI team on the basis of 5 tests ahead of AG Steel and Faulkner...
  13. ataraxia

    *Unofficial* New Zealand Black Caps Thread

    Yep. Here's to hoping Southee's last few tests bridge the 0.08 batting average gap between the two of them lol.
  14. ataraxia

    Bradman Connection Draft

    Douglas Jardine @Patience and Accuracy+Gut
  15. ataraxia

    Ultimate Allrounder XI

    Yes I have. Thank you.
  16. ataraxia

    Ultimate Allrounder XI

    I take it Saud Shakeel is included in your 2015–present XI?
  17. ataraxia

    The greatest non-allrounder at their non-specialist discipline

    No actually this has never happened in test history. :ph34r:
  18. ataraxia

    Group C - West Indies, Afghanistan, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Uganda

    Why the hell did we choose to bowl first
  19. ataraxia

    Bradman Connection Draft

    Bert Oldfield @Teuton

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