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    OCEANIA All Star Thread

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    YAY go team!!

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    Sixteen-man squad announced for Four Day All Star Series
    Oceania Cricket - October 9, 2003


    Oceania Cricket today announced that the Regional Selection Panel (RSP) has chosen a 16-man squad for the First Class All Star Series against The Rest of the World and the United Kingdom, beginning in South Africa on October 17.

    The squad is:

    - D.Lehmann(SA) - (c)
    - B.Lara(NSW) - (vc)
    - R.Webster(Vic)
    - S.Manjrekar(Vic) - (wk)
    - M.Jenkins(SA)
    - M.Kasprowicz(QLD)
    - N.Pothas(QLD) - (wk)
    - J.Gillespie(Tas)
    - F.Akram(Tas)
    - M.Muralitharan(TAS)
    - D.Martyn(WA)
    - S.Maxwell(ACT)
    - S.Mann(ACT)
    - E.Howarth(Auck)
    - O.Clarke(Cant)
    - S.Styris(ND)

    RSP Members Brendon Goff and Simon Fitzsimmons told the media conference today: "We feel that the squad has the necessary depth for this Series, We have focused alot on youth but with a few guys with experience who will lead from the front".

    "There were a few guys who were unlucky but most have been selected in the One Day version".

    "We feel that Oceania cricket is still flying high and we are confident that we can take out both Series".

    "The Squad will meet in Sydney this weekend for a Medical and a weekend of bonding before getting down to business early next week, At this stage all reports are that all players will be 100% fit".

    Tickets for the Home matches can be purchased through Oceania Cricket on 1300 12 34 56.

    2003 Oceania Cricket
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    Is this the OD or FC squad? of both?


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    This is the 4d Squad...

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    heh just realised it said that in the title...

    Canterbury would like express their dissapointment in Mills not being selected. If reports are true he is currently crying at his mother's place.

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    oceania one day squad

    *news flash*

    Bugsy and coach pearson have named there 16 man squad for the one day series

    1 K.Sangakarra
    2 R.Stratton
    3 M.Bevan
    4 J.Hopes
    5 S.Anwar
    6 S.Hazare
    7 M.Ramage
    8 S.De Jong
    9 M.Sinclair
    10 P.Rofe
    11 M.Dawn
    12 T.Welsford
    13 H.Axelby
    14 D.Ferguson
    15 T.Canning
    16 J.Maher


    RSP Members bugssy and coach told the media conference today: "We feel that the squad has the necessary depth for this Series, We have focused alot on youth but with a few guys with experience who will lead from the front".


    "We feel that Oceania cricket is still flying high and we are confident that we can take out both Series".

    "The Squad will meet in Sydney this weekend, with the 4day squad for a Medical and a weekend of bonding before getting down to business early next week, At this stage all reports are that all players will be 100% fit".

    Tickets for the Home matches can be purchased through Oceania Cricket on 1300 12 34 56.
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    Haha, good to see the weak Oceania squad relying heavily on the bowling attack of Tasmania
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    Originally posted by lord_of_darkness
    Uk taking you guys down and out for the count
    LOL no chance

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    Originally posted by broncoman
    LOL no chance
    I think your find theres a very good chance!!!!!

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    Originally posted by Rich2001
    I think your find theres a very good chance!!!!!
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    oh please, you guys have got nothing on us. I see the real competition coming from the rest of world boys.

    enjoy your wooden spoons rich boys and have fun getting thrashed.

    *Note* The opinions expressed in the above post do not necisarily represent the views of the Oceania Cricket board

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    Originally posted by broncoman
    oh please, you guys have got nothing on us. I see the real competition coming from the rest of world boys.
    i tend to agree that the tightest matches will be between the Ocianians and the ROW, though we have made it quite clear to our players not to underestimate the UK teams. Players like Bevan and Ramage are exceptionally talented and present a much greater threat than anyone in the UK squad. as for the 4 dayers the likes of Lehmann, Lara, O Clarke,Muralitheran, E howarth and ofcourse Jenkins look alot more dangerous than the UK boys, despite the inclusion of kent superstar Hawkins.

    i think that it will be close bewteen all sides but i expect the ROW sides to pull through in both forms, with the Aussies and Kiwi's alot closer behind than the pommies
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    Originally posted by age_master
    i tend to agree that the tightest matches will be between the Ocianians and the ROW, though we have made it quite clear to our players not to underestimate the UK teams. Players like Bevan and Ramage are exceptionally talented and present a much greater threat than anyone in the UK squad. as for the 4 dayers the likes of Lehmann, Lara, O Clarke,Muralitheran, E howarth and ofcourse Jenkins look alot more dangerous than the UK boys, despite the inclusion of kent superstar Hawkins.

    i think that it will be close bewteen all sides but i expect the ROW sides to pull through in both forms, with the Aussies and Kiwi's alot closer behind than the pommies
    Wrong. Have you guys looked at our side? We are so great. Prepare to be mauled by the poms. And those demmed muppets from the ROW will have a team who are as bad as Bin Ladens social skills.

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