Hope Ponting gives him decent number of overs to bowl in this game, he hasn't played a FC game for a while now, so he would take time to get into some sort of a rhythm.Johnson and Siddle were always going to be the only two staples.
Hauritz in a getting smacked early-on shocker. (face)
Sounds a crashingly good sort of a chap: Rory Hamilton-Brown. Eton, Sandhurst & Oxbridge, no doubt.Really will be interesting to see how Hamilton-Brown can do today. Former England U19 captain, and has had a reasonable start to his career so far.
It probably stems from my general opinion that 90% of how good a technique is is how many runs it yields.DWTA. Swann's definitely the better bat and has more shots, as I said, but Hauritz is superior technically. And this is coming from someone who completely agrees with you about Johnson and Broad.
I don't think you do Swann justice there. Sounds like you're talking about Steve Harmison or Makhaya Ntini.Sounds a crashingly good sort of a chap: Rory Hamilton-Brown. Eton, Sandhurst & Oxbridge, no doubt.
Re: Hauritz/Swann batting, whilst I've never really seen the former bat in anger, I'd say generally that having more shots is a better bet for lower order players than a solid technique. Hoggard developed a decent technique, but was nigh on shotless and actually regressed once his "shovel to mid-wicket" deserted him.
Guess it's the quick runs v blocking end to play for the proper bat at the other end conundrum.
Geez, it's terrible.They're providing a link to live audio..
It's internet commentary only to be fair, think hospital radio standard.Geez, it's terrible.
He forgot to unhook himself when he was getting someone else on, and now he is talking to someone who he hasn't hooked up. He is talking, and it sounds like there is no answers. Actually, I think he is on the phone to this blind person.
He is making some queer grunting noises.
I lol'd when the blind person called up/came in, he was like "Hello Andy" but his voice seemed like he was...aroused.