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Australian Domestic Season 2018/19

brockley

International Captain
True.
Their is a shortage of consistent batsmen in the WA.
At least they are talented batsmen,you forgot Brad Green also a batsmen.
 

brockley

International Captain
Tim Cutler

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@timcutler
54m54 minutes ago
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Couldn't agree more @MeerGoose11 a great opportunity for @EmiratesCricket & emerging nations' players alike (taking up six of the 16 squad spots between them). More balanced than @GT20Canada's first year and at some of the most consistent global venues. Can't wait! (& good luck!)Tim Cutler added,
Kyle Coetzer
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@MeerGoose11
Replying to @timcutler @UAET20X and 9 others
This looks a great spread of international players. The tournaments player structure really gives developing cricketers outside the FM nations a real chance to shine. Well done @UAET20X in creating something that will become a leader in T20 competitions in time ������������
 

NUFAN

Y no Afghanistan flag
True.
Their is a shortage of consistent batsmen in the WA.
At least they are talented batsmen,you forgot Brad Green also a batsmen.
What do you mean I forgot Brad Green? He sounds made up. Also my point was that WA have a stack of bowling options only.
 

brockley

International Captain
Sorry forgot his name Cameron Green,Must sound like i am listening too AFL.Yes Cam bats in the top 6.
 

SeamUp

International Coach
Not too bad without the Marsh brothers , Bancroft & Behrendorff

Inglis over Whiteman interesting

WA

Philippe
Short
Cartwright
Turner
Stoinis
Inglis
Green
Agar/Tye
Coulter-Nile
Paris/Kelly
Richardson
 
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Gnske

International Coach
Not too bad without the Marsh brothers , Bancroft & Behrendorff

Inglis over Whiteman interesting

WA

Philippe
Short
Cartwright
Turner
Stoinis
Inglis
Green
Agar/Tye
Coulter-Nile
Paris/Kelly
Richardson
Still issues with the finger? IIRC he was playing lower level cricket towards the end of last summer and into March but never seemed to come into the frame..

Anyway I had a feeling Inglis may have started an under-the-radar takeover of the gloves last summer, did really well for himself with the gloves and bat. Should be incumbent for the Warriors in both formats unless he goes pants-up.
 

brockley

International Captain
Cameron Green batted at 5/6 in Futures and the Australian Under 19 side,could not bowl averaged 40 in Under 19's.
 

Prince EWS

Global Moderator
Surprised no-one in this thread is talking about Cameron Green. Genuine #11, that kid. Could break Chris Martin's records.
 

TheJediBrah

Hall of Fame Member
Not too bad without the Marsh brothers , Bancroft & Behrendorff

Inglis over Whiteman interesting

WA

Philippe
Short
Cartwright
Turner
Stoinis
Inglis
Green
Agar/Tye
Coulter-Nile
Paris/Kelly
Richardson
Surely they'd play an extra batsman? Maybe they just don't have any I dunno but 5 (or 4) specialist bowlers and 4 (or 5) all-rounders is a bit of overkill surely
 

GoodAreasShane

International Vice-Captain
I will be interested to see how Green bowls, was impressed with him on Shield debut, hit good lengths and got a bit of extra bounce and seam movement. Would guess he was about 130ish then, but has the potential to put on an extra yard as he develops.
 

Prince EWS

Global Moderator
I would almost argue that guys like Cartwright and Turner could be chosen over Wells on batting alone
I think pretty much all people would argue this. They'd probably leave a bowler out before they left out one of those guys. The amount of batting allrounders they have surely means they don't have to go with Inglis at 6 and Green at 7.
 

TheJediBrah

Hall of Fame Member
I would almost argue that guys like Cartwright and Turner could be chosen over Wells on batting alone
They definitely would, they are better batsmen, but they're not the ones who are going to be left out for Wells, that would be one of the 5 unnecessary specialist bowlers
 

TheJediBrah

Hall of Fame Member
Presumably Green. Maybe even another one as well. Btw I'm not convinced that this Green guy is quite as good a batsman as some of you think he is. Scoring runs at under-19 level and a few starts in the Futures league isn't exactly a sign that he's a top 6 bat.
 

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