Craig said:Then he could be a very good bowler. How good is his accuracy?
I loathe to use the word 'will' as there is no way of predicting the future.
Interesting you mention Queensland. In my daily internet rummaging, I found a certain Shane Jurgensen had bobbed p back in Queensland.Mister Wright said:Qld - they haven't signed anyone from other states, but have signed a few more rookies. Scott Muller has retired again and Dale has moved to Victoria but not for cricket, but for work. Maher is captain.
If he stays fit then in the next few seasons he might just come in as McGrath probbaly only has a few years left in him.Eclipse said:He had a problem controlling his swing in the One Day game's because he was getting so much but that's not a bad problem to have.
He is still fairly raw but he look's to have a good enough action to put the ball in the right spot.
NSW grade cricket is notoriously tough (take it from someone who played a season there!). Nth Sydney Oval is small for state level but is one of the bigger grade ground but Bankstown Oval is quite small. If he didn't hit his double ton on either of those grounds, well he did it on a postage-stamp.Very Valid points - even Neil or I could score quick double centuries on small grounds against kids!