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Offline wily ole dog

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« 2019-Jan-17, 09:35 PM Reply #10625 »
Watson has blossomed since he and Wily emerged from the same closet.   


It must be a relief for them both. 


Particularly for Watson.  Wily's batting for the same team was never a secret.


Watto has bowled and batted for his country. Something Shaunie failed to do with any level of success
34.32
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« 2019-Jan-18, 02:47 AM Reply #10626 »
You shouldn't post when pissed.  That last post is very hard to read.


Good to see the replacements for Marsh and Co batting so well against an attack that doesn't come close to the Indians. 


Oh dear. 

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« 2019-Jan-18, 07:58 AM Reply #10627 »
You shouldn't post when pissed.  That last post is very hard to read.


That’s  the first thing you’ve got right in this thread :clap2:

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« 2019-Jan-18, 11:00 AM Reply #10628 »
Wonderful 100 from Watto last night

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« 2019-Jan-18, 04:31 PM Reply #10629 »
Sean Marsh second top score - what a guy!


Meanwhile, how did the replacements go against Sri Lanka?


You didn't say.    lol

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« 2019-Jan-18, 07:43 PM Reply #10630 »
So Renshaw and Burns have combined runs from two innings of 17 and 26.


Wow.  Glad we dropped Marsh. 


And this against Sri Lanka, not India. 

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« 2019-Jan-19, 08:42 AM Reply #10631 »


Wow.  Glad we dropped Marsh. 


Yes we are glad and even crusty old Shaunie admitted he failed to deliver. 34.32
Time for you to toughen up petal   :lol:

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« 2019-Jan-19, 04:28 PM Reply #10632 »
How did the replacements go?  You forgot to say.  Again.   :yes:

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« 2019-Jan-19, 05:32 PM Reply #10633 »
And how did NSW batsman Kurtis Patterson go with the bat in this match?

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« 2019-Jan-19, 05:41 PM Reply #10634 »
Great match for Patterson. A wonderful NSW talent.
Will P showed his worth in the 2nd dig and Marnus showed why he’s so much better than Mitchie Marsh.
Our future is in good hands unless langer capitulates to his sandgroper love feast tendencies

Speaking of Mitch has he got over having a sookie la la turn? Gastro  :lol:
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« 2019-Jan-19, 05:50 PM Reply #10635 »
And how did NSW batsman Kurtis Patterson go with the bat in this match?


You think this attack is the same calibre as the Indian attack?   lol


Renshaw and Burns still couldn't handle it. 

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« 2019-Jan-19, 06:08 PM Reply #10636 »

You think this attack is the same calibre as the Indian attack?   lol


Boof head, Show me where I claimed they were.
You really need help, you sad sack  :lol:

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« 2019-Jan-20, 03:55 AM Reply #10637 »
The quote - which I quoted you dumb shit - was from the Cockroach. 


Get someone else to read these frigging things for you. 

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« 2019-Jan-20, 06:59 AM Reply #10638 »
I note that you must be off your Zoloft   :lol:

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« 2019-Jan-20, 03:00 PM Reply #10639 »
I note that time hasn't made you any smarter. 

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« 2019-Jan-20, 03:41 PM Reply #10640 »
Too smart for you old fruit.
34.32  :lol:

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« 2019-Jan-20, 04:40 PM Reply #10641 »
Now you're quoting your IQ?




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« 2019-Jan-21, 09:33 AM Reply #10642 »
Young Kurtis Patterson called into the test squad on the back of 2 tons.
I guess the Marsh replacement went pretty good  :lol:

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« 2019-Jan-21, 02:53 PM Reply #10643 »
He wasn't the replacement.  Labuschagne was.
So the kid got runs in a warm-up game.  Whoopee do. 

That Sri Lankan attack looks awfully fierce. 
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« 2019-Jan-21, 05:01 PM Reply #10644 »
Whoopee do....I love that saying.
The same applies to a flat track bully like Shaunie who after 60 digs cant average more than 34...Whoopee do

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« 2019-Jan-21, 05:32 PM Reply #10645 »
How'd he do against England?


Anderson and Co might have been a bit more testing than this current


Sri Lankan mob, don't you think?


Not that your pin-up boy Burns could even handle them. 

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« 2019-Jan-21, 06:58 PM Reply #10646 »
You keep creaming yourself about shaunies one decent series in his last 5. Rather oddly you only wish to tells us about Jimmy Anderson as to tell us what a great attack it was.  :lol:   :lol:

You have no idea who the other bowlers were that toiled on the flat aussie tracks with no swing or seam. I'll help you out dumbo. He opened with the passable Chris Broad and they were backed up by nuff nuffs like Mo Ali, Woakes, DJ Malan( WHO  :lol:   :lol: ) & Curran

Flops the lot of them  :lol:   :lol:  AND it's not as if he played them on the English seaming and swing pitches :bulb:


By the way, whats Shaunies average against real teams away from home. Those being South Africa & India  :whistle:

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« 2019-Jan-24, 07:38 PM Reply #10647 »
Watching Australia bowl out the hapless Sri Lankan’s I think Richardson might get a gig to England for the World Cup, but Burns has probably blown any chance of being selected to tour England by failing in Australia’s dig . If Warner comes back Burns most likely was 100 /1 anyhow, as Harris is a shoein as the other opener in the Ashes.

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« 2019-Jan-24, 08:05 PM Reply #10648 »
Wily will be devastated.  Burns is his lovechild. 


Get Marsh out, get Burns in. 


Can't even make a score against the hapless Sri Lankans.   lol

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« 2019-Jan-24, 08:26 PM Reply #10649 »
Wily will be devastated.  Burns is his lovechild. 


Get Marsh out, get Burns in. 


Can't even make a score against the hapless Sri Lankans.   lol

Burns opens, you dumbo. He replaced the T20 nuffty, Finch. I knew you never watched cricket  :lol:

He never replaced the hapless, I mean the hopeless, Marsh who hid down the middle order  and could only manage 34.32 :bulb:  :lol:

Patterson, Head,  Pucovski, & labauchagne have been given the chance to take old crusty’s position

You really do know zilch about the game. Go back to the soap box threads


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