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Offline ratsack

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« 2018-Dec-04, 09:02 PM Reply #10300 »
How stupid must Khawaja's brother be?


And vicious.  I hope they jail the prick.


What a rotten thing to do to somone.

do you have a brother ?

I do

I have  :censored:  all to do with his choices , ( he is lovely )


do you work for the newspapers ?

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« 2018-Dec-05, 12:08 AM Reply #10301 »
Jesus but you're a dikhead.  I wasn't having a go at Khawaja. 


I was having a go at his idiot brother.


He tried to implicate someone else in a terror threat.


What a rotten thing to do to someone.


Get someone else to read my post for you and explain it.


It's clearly beyond you. 

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« 2018-Dec-05, 06:28 AM Reply #10302 »
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 ?

Well picked up.  certainly Pat gets in before him. An oversight on my part, not intensional 8-)

If it were my team, Finch and March (S ) would be both out and Renshaw and Burns in. Head the next to go if he fails

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« 2018-Dec-05, 07:55 AM Reply #10303 »
Good on you Henry :clap2:

Test legend Geoff Lawson has delivered a blunt and brutal reality check to Mitchell Marsh, declaring the latterís Test career as good as finished.

Marsh is only 27 years old. Heís played 30 Tests for Australia to date, averaging 26.08 with the bat and 42.45 with the ball with 35 wickets.

Mitchell Marsh has had his opportunity. Heís averaging 26 over 30 odd Test matches, heís hardly bowling at all.

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« 2018-Dec-05, 09:10 AM Reply #10304 »
Good on you Henry :clap2:

Test legend Geoff Lawson has delivered a blunt and brutal reality check to Mitchell Marsh, declaring the latterís Test career as good as finished.

Marsh is only 27 years old. Heís played 30 Tests for Australia to date, averaging 26.08 with the bat and 42.45 with the ball with 35 wickets.

Mitchell Marsh has had his opportunity. Heís averaging 26 over 30 odd Test matches, heís hardly bowling at all.

He can't be finished yet.

His brother's been dropped and returned dozens of times so Mitch has more lives yet to go.




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« 2018-Dec-05, 02:33 PM Reply #10305 »
Handscomb in, M Marsh out.

Offline wily ole dog

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« 2018-Dec-05, 04:39 PM Reply #10306 »
 -())=( :drool: :bdn: :thankyou:

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« 2018-Dec-05, 07:15 PM Reply #10307 »
Jesus but you're a dikhead.  I wasn't having a go at Khawaja. 


I was having a go at his idiot brother.


He tried to implicate someone else in a terror threat.


What a rotten thing to do to someone.


Get someone else to read my post for you and explain it.


It's clearly beyond you.

clearly mine is beyond you  ?

anyway , would you be talking about him if he didn't play cricket for Australia ?

I think not . hence the reference to newspapers


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« 2018-Dec-05, 07:43 PM Reply #10308 »
It's notable because he is Khawaja's brother.  In fact it was on the front page of todays paper in Perth.


It's NEWS. 


When you are in the limelight, anything that happens around you is going to be spotlit. 


You need to live in the real world. 

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« 2018-Dec-05, 08:35 PM Reply #10309 »
It's notable because he is Khawaja's brother.  In fact it was on the front page of todays paper in Perth.


It's NEWS. 


When you are in the limelight, anything that happens around you is going to be spotlit. 


You need to live in the real world.

so the answer is YES

I see M Marsh is OUT  , no need to get testy   lol

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« 2018-Dec-06, 02:01 AM Reply #10310 »
The question must have been "are you a dikhead?"


All capitals is right. 


All I know is that M Marsh can bowl.  His replacement cannot. 


Interesting choice.


You act like we've already won the First Test. 





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« 2018-Dec-06, 06:55 AM Reply #10311 »

All I know is that M Marsh can bowl.  His replacement cannot. 

No he canít , at test level. His stats prove that.
 Bowling  isnít our problem. Batting is and Handscomb and Harris are better bats
Thatís not debatable

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« 2018-Dec-06, 08:10 AM Reply #10312 »
To win a Test Match you need to take 20 wickets.


Our bowlers haven't exactly belted the Indians in warm-ups.


Marsh at least offers our topline bowlers a rest.


Handscomb cannot.   


But we shall see. 




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« 2018-Dec-06, 08:49 AM Reply #10313 »
To win a Test Match you need to take 20 wickets.


Our bowlers haven't exactly belted the Indians in warm-ups.


Marsh at least offers our topline bowlers a rest.



But we shall see.

He doesnít even bowl much when he plays. We have 4 front line bowlers With Starc, Hazelwood, Cummins & Lyons.

They donít need him to provide a rest of 5 overs between them.
Travis Head can do that if needed and he can bat as well if not better than Mitch


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« 2018-Dec-06, 03:35 PM Reply #10314 »
Yep, four NSW bowlers.

The problem is we don't have at least the same number of NSW batsmen.

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« 2018-Dec-06, 03:37 PM Reply #10315 »
Young Patterson may be there soon and donít forget that Smithy and Warner will be back soon
We may have the full team   :lol:

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« 2018-Dec-06, 03:51 PM Reply #10316 »
 :x:

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« 2018-Dec-06, 05:14 PM Reply #10317 »
Yep, four NSW bowlers.

The problem is we don't have at least the same number of NSW batsmen.


One wacker is enough with Warner.  Imagine having 11. 

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« 2018-Dec-06, 07:08 PM Reply #10318 »
The question must have been "are you a dikhead?"


All capitals is right. 


All I know is that M Marsh can bowl.  His replacement cannot. 


Interesting choice.


You act like we've already won the First Test.

his stats are not good enough
batting 26
bowling 42
to be a allrounder you must be good at one

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« 2018-Dec-06, 08:44 PM Reply #10319 »
his stats are not good enough
batting 26
bowling 42
to be a allrounder you must be good at one
I'd say he's the best we have.  Coulter-Nile is the only other one that comes to mind.

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Offline wily ole dog

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« 2018-Dec-07, 05:50 AM Reply #10320 »
If their not good enough you dont play one just for the sake of it.  :bulb:

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« 2018-Dec-07, 10:26 AM Reply #10321 »
Thatís what you get when you think a T20 slogger can play test cricket :bulb:

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« 2018-Dec-07, 11:57 AM Reply #10322 »
Debutant Marcus Harris is out and so the most amazing (to my mind) cricket stat remains at least until next challenge.

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« 2018-Dec-07, 01:56 PM Reply #10323 »
Come on youíre going to have to give me more than that

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« 2018-Dec-07, 02:05 PM Reply #10324 »
One of the most amazing facts about about Australian criket history, in my opinion, is that the first bloke to ever face a ball in a test match, Charles Bannerman, is still the highest scorer by a player playing his first test.

Could North spoil this amazing fact?


Don't you read my stuff, Wily?


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