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Australian Domestic Season 2020/21

GoodAreasShane

International Captain
Here are the aforementioned squads for early


Queensland: Usman Khawaja (c), Xavier Bartlett, Joe Burns, Blake Edwards, Benji Floros, Matthew Kuhnemann, Marnus Labuschagne, Michael Neser, Jimmy Peirson, Lachy Pfeffer, Matt Renshaw, Mark Steketee, Bryce Street, Mitchell Swepson, Jack Wildermuth

Western Australia: Ashton Agar, Cameron Bancroft, Hilton Cartwright, Cameron Gannon, Cameron Green, Liam Guthrie, Aaron Hardie, Josh Inglis, Matthew Kelly, Shaun Marsh, David Moody, Lance Morris, Liam O'Connor, Joel Paris, D'Arcy Short, Ashton Turner, Sam Whiteman.

Victoria: Peter Handscomb (c), Scott Boland, Xavier Crone, Travis Dean, Zak Evans, Jake Fraser-McGurk, Seb Gotch, Sam Harper, Marcus Harris, Jon Holland, Nic Maddinson, Simon Mackin, Todd Murphy, Jono Merlo, Mitch Perry, Will Pucovski, Matt Short, Will Sutherland.

Tasmania: Tim Paine (c), Tom Andrews, Gabe Bell, Jackson Bird, Alex Doolan, Jake Doran, Ben McDermott, Riley Meredith, Nathan Ellis, Sam Rainbird, Peter Siddle, Jordan Silk, Charlie Wakim, Tim Ward, Beau Webster, Mac Wright.

South Australia: Travis Head (c), Wes Agar, Tom Cooper, Brad Davis, Callum Ferguson, Henry Hunt, Conor McInerney, Harry Nielsen, Lloyd Pope, Luke Robins, Chadd Sayers, Liam Scott, Cameron Valente, Jake Weatherald, Nick Winter.

New South Wales: Peter Nevill (c), Daniel Hughes, Nick Larkin, Kurtis Patterson, Moises Henriques, Daniel Solway, Jason Sangha, Matthew Gilkes, Sean Abbott, Trent Copeland, Mitchell Starc, Chris Tremain, Nathan Lyon, Liam Hatcher, Harry Conway, Jack Edwards, Tanveer Sangha.


Fixtures for the first four rounds


10-OCT-2020, 10:30 AM
1st Match, at Adelaide
SA v WA

10-OCT-2020, 10:30 AM
2nd Match, at Adelaide
QLD v TAS

19-OCT-2020, 10:30 AM
3rd Match, at Adelaide
SA v TAS

19-OCT-2020, 10:30 AM
4th Match, at Adelaide
WA v QLD

22-OCT-2020, 10:30 AM
5th Match, at Adelaide
VIC v NSW

30-OCT-2020, 10:30 AM
6th Match, at Adelaide
NSW v WA

30-OCT-2020, 10:30 AM
7th Match, at Adelaide
VIC v TAS

30-OCT-2020, 10:30 AM
8th Match, at Adelaide
SA v QLD

08-NOV-2020, 10:30 AM
10th Match, at Adelaide
WA v TAS

08-NOV-2020, 10:30 AM
11th Match, at Adelaide
SA v NSW

17-NOV-2020, 10:30 AM
12th Match, at Adelaide
NSW v VIC
 

tony p

School Boy/Girl Captain
Jesus, the season's about to start, and I'm not even remotely excited.

Maybe once Richmond have won the flag I'll start taking notice, as I get older it takes me some time to find my enthusiasm for a new season.
 

GoodAreasShane

International Captain
Time for some late predictions

Champion:

Runner up:

Wooden spoon:

Most runs:

Most wickets:

Surprise player to gun it:

Surprise player to get dropped:

Most improved:

Most impressive new talent (under 6 FC caps):

Number of times NSW will go in with at least 5 frontline bowlers:


Fire away
 

Burgey

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Champion: Bl00s

Runner up: WA

Wooden spoon: SA (sorry GAS)

Most runs: Pillow, Darsh, DHughes, MadDog - can't see too many young blokes staking a claim)

Most wickets: Conway, Tremain, Meredith

Surprise player to gun it: Bertus

Surprise player to get dropped: Ben McDermott

Most improved: Conway

Most impressive new talent (under 6 FC caps): Tim Ward

Number of times NSW will go in with at least 5 frontline bowlers: 10


Fire away
 

aussie tragic

International Vice-Captain
Champion: Qld
Runner up: Vics
Wooden spoon: SA
Most runs: Pucovski
Most wickets: Wes Agar
Surprise player to gun it: Renshaw at 5
Surprise player to get dropped: Smarsh
Most improved: Meredith

Most impressive new talent (under 6 FC caps): Will Sutherland, was going to say Bryce Street but he has 8 matches

Number of times NSW will go in with at least 5 frontline bowlers: 10
 
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Nintendo

State 12th Man
Champion:NSW

Runner up: WA/QLD

Wooden spoon:SA

Most runs:Daniel Solway/Bancroft

Most wickets:Neser

Surprise player to gun it: Bancroft

Surprise player to get dropped:Pillow

Most improved:Bancroft

Most impressive new talent (under 6 FC caps):xavier barlett/Jake fraser-mcgurk

Number of times NSW will go in with at least 5 frontline bowlers:10
 

Dan

Global Moderator
Champion: NSW
Runner up: Queensland
Wooden spoon: South Australia
Most runs: Nic Maddinson
Most wickets: Scott Boland
Surprise player to gun it: Liam Hatcher
Surprise player to get dropped: Riley Meredith
Most improved: Tom Andrews
Most impressive new talent (under 6 FC caps): Mac Wright
Number of times NSW will go in with at least 5 frontline bowlers: 6
 

GoodAreasShane

International Captain
Champion: NSW

Runner up: QLD

Wooden spoon: SA 😰

Most runs: Daniel Hughes

Most wickets: Jackson Bird, Matt Kelly

Surprise player to gun it: Xavier Bartlett

Surprise player to get dropped: Jon Holland, Jimmy Pierson

Most improved: Sam Harper

Most impressive new talent (under 6 FC caps): Xavier Bartlett

Number of times NSW will go in with at least 5 frontline bowlers: 9
 

stephen

Hall of Fame Member
Time for some late predictions

Champion: QLD, obviously

Runner up: WA

Wooden spoon: NSW

Most runs: Usman Khawaja

Most wickets: Michael Neser

Surprise player to gun it: Hilton Cartwright

Surprise player to get dropped: Cameron Bancroft

Most improved: Ben McDermott

Most impressive new talent (under 6 FC caps): Bryce Street Jake Fraser-McGurk

Number of times NSW will go in with at least 5 frontline bowlers: 10
 

Nintendo

State 12th Man
Time for some late predictions

Champion: QLD, obviously

Runner up: WA

Wooden spoon: NSW

Most runs: Usman Khawaja

Most wickets: Michael Neser

Surprise player to gun it: Hilton Cartwright

Surprise player to get dropped: Cameron Bancroft

Most improved: Ben McDermott

Most impressive new talent (under 6 FC caps): Bryce Street Jake Fraser-McGurk

Number of times NSW will go in with at least 5 frontline bowlers: 10
Is bancroft getting dropped again really going to be a "surprise"?
 

morgieb

Cricket Web: All-Time Legend
Champion: NSW

Runner up: Queensland

Wooden spoon: South Australia

Most runs: Usman Khawaja

Most wickets: Michael Neser

Surprise player to gun it: Matt Renshaw

Surprise player to get dropped: Ben McDermott

Most improved: Tom Andrews

Most impressive new talent (under 6 FC caps): Matt Gilkes

Number of times NSW will go in with at least 5 frontline bowlers: 8 (assuming Moey isn't a frontline bowler anymore)
 

tony p

School Boy/Girl Captain
Even though I said I'm not remotely excited yet, I will do the predictions though.:D

Champions : N.S.W.
Runner up : QLD
Wooden spoon : SA
Most Runs : Tom Cooper, Alex Doolan
Most Wickets : Trent Copeland, Jackson Bird
Surprise Player To Gun It : Will Sutherland
Surprise Player To Get Dropped : Peter Siddle
Most Improved : Nathan Ellis
Most Impressive New talent ( under 6 FC Caps) : Mac Wright
Number Of Times N.S.W. will go in with at least 5 frontline bowlers : Everytime.:laughing:
 
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Line and Length

International Debutant
Champion: W.A.
Runner up: Queensland
Wooden spoon: S.A.
Most runs: Usman Khawaja
Most wickets: Cameron Gannon
Surprise player to gun it: Wes Agar
Surprise player to get dropped: Ashton Turner
Most improved: Xavier Bartlett
Most impressive new talent (under 6 FC caps): Tim Ward (I'm relying on Burgey's tip here!)
Number of times NSW will go in with at least 5 frontline bowlers: 7
 

Nintendo

State 12th Man
Slightly off topic question but why did Chris Lynn stop playing first class cricket? Had 3 hundreds before 21 and his overall first class stats are really good.
 

morgieb

Cricket Web: All-Time Legend
Slightly off topic question but why did Chris Lynn stop playing first class cricket? Had 3 hundreds before 21 and his overall first class stats are really good.
Injuries, basically. It also didn't help he realised his hitting ability made him a viable option as a T20 mercenary.
 

Red

The artist formerly known as Monk
I hope this is Renshaw's year, from a national perspective.
 

TheJediBrah

Hall of Fame Member
I'm also backing the "Renshaw in the middle order" train. Never fully bought him as an opener, technique-wise, even though he did a decent job.
 

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