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Offline firezuki

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« 2018-Nov-05, 03:27 AM Reply #10275 »
Typically we got smacked by the Yarpies because Shaun Marsh developed a Wily on his ar$e and had to pull out. 


Damned shame. 


Apparently you call them an 'abscess' over in the East?


Either way it was the difference between winning and losing. 


Western Australian Nathan Coulter-Nile the best of the Aussie players. 


Naturally. 

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« 2018-Nov-05, 06:06 AM Reply #10276 »
Poor old Shaun goes down with yet another injury. He’s made of tissue paper.

This time it was a blister on his botty because he gets out so cheaply he spends too much time sitting on his arse  :lol:

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« 2018-Nov-08, 08:48 PM Reply #10277 »
And now MItch gets into the act against Queensland with a massive 150!


It seems the Marsh boys thrive on sniveling Eastern States criticism. 


Go lads!

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« 2018-Nov-09, 06:48 AM Reply #10278 »
Nah, they just thrive on lowly rated cricket.
If they cared about the criticism they could try and lift their at test level and overseas rather than being flat track bullies

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« 2018-Nov-09, 05:18 PM Reply #10279 »
How did they go against the Poms last year?

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« 2018-Nov-09, 06:03 PM Reply #10280 »
Old Shauno took a step back up the quality ladder again tonight and fell off.
Hope he didn’t burst the blister on his botty

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« 2018-Nov-10, 04:18 AM Reply #10281 »
Had the Wily removed by operation earlier this week.


How'd he go against the Poms last year.  You didn't say. 

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« 2018-Nov-10, 07:18 AM Reply #10282 »
The Pommy series  was an aberration. A Prince Of Penzance if you wish.

I said at the time that he played very well. Both he and his brother appeared to had pulled their heads in and reaped the results. It lasted for 1 series

Either side of him averaging 74 against the poms on our flat tracks his series averages were 18,18 & 3

His career average of 35 after just as many tests just doesn’t cut it

Ditto for his brother who averages a paltry 26 with the bat :shutup:

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« 2018-Nov-11, 05:21 PM Reply #10283 »
Well, we’ve just seen the biggest problem with the oz team.

They are dumb

If the bowlers weren’t bad enough Chris Lynn disgraced himself blowing a massive opportunity.
Over to a Marsh. Hope he uses his brain

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« 2018-Nov-11, 07:57 PM Reply #10284 »
How can he when he's only a glorified Shield player?
Talk about dumb.

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« 2018-Nov-11, 08:50 PM Reply #10285 »
How can he when he's only a glorified Shield player?
Talk about dumb.

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bit like the Marsh brothers , glorified shield players .

Shawn once again scored a hundred and got out

while his brother scored a big score in a shield match 

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« 2018-Nov-12, 02:12 AM Reply #10286 »
Except I was being sarcastic.   :shrug:


Yes he scored a ton and got out.  Should he not have scored the ton?


I bet Wily was on his knees praying he wouldn't.   :yes:

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« 2018-Nov-12, 07:12 AM Reply #10287 »
You may death ride people you don’t like but I don’t. Glad he scored some runs but the faults were there to clearly see  :bulb:

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« 2018-Nov-12, 03:16 PM Reply #10288 »
I don't know a cricketer that hasn't got faults. 


Sean Marsh belongs in that side and it's never wise to slag a very good player.


Like people having a go at Winx. 

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« 2018-Nov-13, 09:43 AM Reply #10289 »
HOWZAT: Hamish Neil (right), with Holland Park teammates (from left) Max Wardrop, Sam Tesch and Carys Chamberlin. Pictu Nigel Hallett



Over-achiever’s wicket ways ... now for my next hat-trick

HELP is on the way for Australia’s struggling men’s cricket team, but it may take 10 years.

A young Brisbane cricketer has achieved figures that professional teams’ attack could only dream of during an Eastern Districts Junior Cricket league match at the weekend.

The Under-10 Holland Park Reds went up against Bulimba Heazlett on Saturday morning and were defending a commanding 178 total when Bulimba were sent in to bat.

Enter nine-year-old Hamish Neil – a pretty useful medium paceman who’s also fairly handy with the bat. After a rocky first over, the youngster took a hat trick in his second over and then took an incredibly rare “double hattrick” – four wickets in four balls – in his third.

His seven-wicket haul – six bowled and one caught-andbowled – earnt his team the win and a spot in the history books. But he showed nothing but modesty when interviewed yesterday. “I was pretty happy (with how I went). I like being out on the cricket field.”

Under junior cricket rules, players who get “out”, rotate strike until they face all their allocated balls – so it’s possible to get the same person “out” in an over.

Also, No Balls and Wides do not have to be re-bowled.

That hasn’t taken the shine off the incredible double hattrick feat though, which has never been achieved in international cricket.

Australian bowler TJ Matthews took two hat-tricks in the same match at Test level (in 1912), while Mitchell Starc achieved it during a Sheffield Shield match last year when New South Wales played Western Australia.

With three older brothers, Hamish has had plenty of practice bowling to experienced batsmen and has been playing cricket for the past five years.

Coach James Wardrop said he had witnessed two hole-inones in a game of golf and the double hat-trick in junior cricket was right up there with how special it was.

“They (double hat-tricks) don’t come by too often, so he did well to achieve it,” he said.

Mr Waldon said Hamish had “plenty of potential”.

“I was really impressed with the way he came b after a rocky first over,” he said.

DO YOU HAVE A MORE AMAZING JUNIOR SPORT HIGHLIGHT? EMAIL CHRISTOPHER. HONNERY@NEWS. COM.AU

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« 2018-Nov-19, 05:55 AM Reply #10290 »
Even our 20/20 team need some Marshes. 


There should be at least eight.  Possibly 13. 

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« 2018-Nov-19, 06:09 AM Reply #10291 »
The Boxing Day Test always draws 80,000 on the first day, with the way the Australian test side is going at the moment I doubt they will get 50,000 despite the fact Melburnians love their sport. When was the last time the test side was so bad ?

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« 2018-Nov-19, 09:57 PM Reply #10292 »
Another amazing innings by Sean.  Matchwinner!


What a player he is.   :no1:




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« 2018-Nov-19, 10:31 PM Reply #10293 »
Pakistan doing the "impossible" again today,

Needed 176 to beat New Zealand in the test in Abu Dhabi they were cruising at 3/130 just before lunch on the last day.

Last 7 wickets than fell for 41 to give NZ the win by 4 runs

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« 2018-Nov-19, 11:41 PM Reply #10294 »
You forgot to mention how much Pakistan had on the Kiwis.

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« 2018-Nov-20, 06:23 AM Reply #10295 »
Great knock from a very good shield player  :clap2:
I note the other test match failures, Mossy Henriques and Mat Wade also scrored big tons
The Queenslanders have been very disappointing this season

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« 2018-Nov-20, 04:29 PM Reply #10296 »
"His Test record at home is a testament to that fact: 24 innings, 1027 runs at 44.65, three centuries and five half-centuries.
If you exclude Marsh’s first five innings – scratched together during the 2011/12 home summer before an exodus that lasted more than two years – his average in familiar surrounds skyrockets to 59.41.

Only five current players have tallied higher numbers since Marsh’s recall in December 2014 – Steve Smith (96.4), Usman Khawaja (67.52), Peter Handscomb (65.85), David Warner (65.05) and Matthew Renshaw (63).
Both Smith and Khawaja had their fair share of struggles before feeling comfortable at the highest level, while Handscomb and Renshaw have drifted considerably since bursting onto the scene in 2016."
Rory Coleman-Heard.

The facts seem to bely the statement that he's only a good shield player.  I think he averaged in the 70's against the Poms
last year too. 
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Offline wily ole dog

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« 2018-Dec-04, 06:03 PM Reply #10297 »
Test starts on Thursday

Both Marshes failed again in their last innings.
If they want to stick with Shaun I can understand .....just but no way on gods earth should Mitchell be anywhere near the team on form.

There are at least 8 or 10 better batsman and we need as many bats as we can get.
He’s a pie thrower and won’t  bowl or shouldn’t, in test matches


1. Finch
2. Harris
3. Usman
4. Handscombe
5. Marsh S
6. Head
7. Paine
8. Starc
9. Hazel wood
10. Tremain
11. Lyon


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« 2018-Dec-04, 08:13 PM Reply #10298 »
How stupid must Khawaja's brother be?


And vicious.  I hope they jail the prick.


What a rotten thing to do to somone. 

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« 2018-Dec-04, 08:57 PM Reply #10299 »
Test starts on Thursday

Both Marshes failed again in their last innings.
If they want to stick with Shaun I can understand .....just but no way on gods earth should Mitchell be anywhere near the team on form.

There are at least 8 or 10 better batsman and we need as many bats as we can get.
He’s a pie thrower and won’t  bowl or shouldn’t, in test matches


1. Finch
2. Harris
3. Usman
4. Handscombe
5. Marsh S
6. Head
7. Paine
8. Starc
9. Hazel wood
10. Tremain
11. Lyon

good team except  #10

Pat ave 23.81 eco 2.92 (tests)

Chris ave 23.43 eco 3.10 (1st class)

worried about injuries ?
batting ?


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