sorry, can't hear you over the flaying our batsmen have been giving bowlers around the country for the past ten years.Yes it's a little-known fact that there are no 'high on confidence, low on actual technical skill' dumb****s who could potentially slow down your career progression in Central Districts. Leopard and Clarkson will be catching up with Will Pucovski and Cameron Green in no time.
I know Blundell has modest List A stats and it’s too early in Rachin’s career, but would prefer having either of them to Worker (who admittedly has a solid List A record and was perhaps not given a good enough run in the side), if this is a side for internationals.what does an nz odi seconds side look like? i'd never really thought about it before. here's my go, wc final side being my preferred firsts btw.
dane cleaver (wk)
jacob duffy (c)
did you know jack boyle averages 48 from 25 games and ollie newton 21 from 20 games? because they do.
While I have a feeling Nicholls will never fully convince as an ODI player (there will always be calls for someone with more of a power-hitting game to take his spot) he did answer the call well enough in the World Cup knockout games when the Guptill-Munro combination was a major problem. Played some good knocks against India last season too, so he can stay around for now.Should George worker be there ahead of Nicholls in ODI's?