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Whatever happend to that bowler tremlett(sp?)he always does well for me on ICC 2005
Played a game or two in the CB series, looked pretty average but he did have decent height and pace. I'm sure we'll see more of him in the future.
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Broad arrived last night. Rumours that Plunkett might play tomorrow.
Plunkett should play, and between him and Mahmood it should have been Mahmood who should have sat out so far.
No, not instead of Mahmood but as well. Graveney said there wasn't much spin in the wicket and they will have to have a think about it. I think Vaughan could always bowl any spin needed and we could have Anderson, Plunkett, and Mahmood as the bowlers.
Ah, Rodgie... He Shalt Plagiarise...
Haha, I actually miss Rodgie a bit tbh.
Just a bit, mind.
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I notice that in this thread and in the Dav Whatmore one, you Dickinson were the main instigator
If Rodgie reappeared tomorrow and started posting in exactly the same way I'd reverse my view, obviously, but well... as you say, absence makes the heart grow less flinty.
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