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post Posted: Yesterday, 09:58 PM
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Steve Smith is near deity status after tonight's match. 164 , highest one day innings at the SCG, takes one of the best catches you will ever see. Absolute blinder. The catch



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post Posted: Nov 28 2016, 09:44 AM
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thanks henrietta for the pro info. for half hearted fans like me, we need pros like you and balance eg.. to feed us more info so you can pull us in{ tialking about grass roots movement} tongue.gif

Khawaja's performance shuted hell up most of his critics --pros and cons{like me}
bearly 8 hour, 308balls with 145 runs----he surely bring the old school test cricket back.
i reckon he will remember this performance for all his life---impressed.
to mos of us----all happy to see aussie team finally have a prop No.3 batsmen--who can carried weight on the shoulder when the team needs him.

still worry about our young batsman{ too young and they needs a lot of hard yard work ...



 
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post Posted: Nov 27 2016, 01:10 PM
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In Reply To: arty's post @ Nov 27 2016, 12:23 PM

He is still shit but good on him for getting a few wickets.



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post Posted: Nov 27 2016, 12:23 PM
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In Reply To: henrietta's post @ Nov 27 2016, 11:15 AM

no argument there, J
I was merely quoting the article linked to.
In any case, even half the rate of a "Legend" is still not bad for a "shit" puke.gif



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post Posted: Nov 27 2016, 11:15 AM
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In Reply To: arty's post @ Nov 27 2016, 10:01 AM

Now Arty , you should look at the statistics more closely. Clarrie got his 216 test wickets in 37 matches at an average of 24, with 21 five wicket hauls.
Nathan has taken 59 tests for his, at an average of 33.6, and 7 five wicket hauls. Know who I'd rather have.

Now, can the Aussies finish off this test with some authority, that's the big question.

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nb Clarrie also got The Don out 10 times

 
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In Reply To: wolverine's post @ Nov 26 2016, 09:27 PM

3-fer
in number of wickets taken, Nathan Lyon has now overtaken the legendary Clarrie Grimmett, a player once regarded the nation's greatest spin bowler: http://www.cricket.com.au/news/nathan-lyon...ball/2016-11-26

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In Reply To: frodo's post @ Nov 26 2016, 09:21 PM

Yeah pretty much snoozing watching some volleyball online.... did he get some?



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In Reply To: wolverine's post @ Nov 26 2016, 05:01 PM

Have you been asleep Wolverine.

 
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Lyon is still shit.



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In Reply To: henrietta's post @ Nov 25 2016, 07:34 AM

Hey J yes Matt Renshaw looks to have a good temperment, he was leaving balls that I'm pretty sure Warner and Burns would have been waving at. Kevin Peiterson (spelling?) reckons he has spotted a technical flaw in Renshaw's forward defence so no doubt he will have been tweeting to his South African mates about where to bowl to Renshaw this afternoon.

Just on Faf's tactic of declaring while David Warner was off the field (surely there are enough hangers-on the the Australian camp for someone to have been wise to that rule) I heard Shane Warne suggest that Australia could feign an overnight netting injury to Usman Khawaja and have Warner and Renshaw effectively open first thing today. Yet another example of why I'm glad Warne was never given the captaincy of the Australian side.

Peiterson and Warne: both really great cricketers and both, in my opinion, such dickheads.

I have to say that even though Renshaw's parents insist that their son is as aussie as could be he still has the fleshiness in his face of the stereotypical pom. Maybe just puppy fat. Anyway I wish him luck.



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