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Offline Wenona

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O.P. « 2009-Jan-14, 04:18 PM »
Never played a first class game and can't keep his room tidy.

Suddenly he's the future of Australian Cricket.

Talk about hype.  :stop:


Offline Authorized

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« 2009-Jan-14, 04:25 PM Reply #1 »
He is every bit as exciting as Lonhro was.


Offline Fewy

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« 2009-Jan-14, 04:29 PM Reply #2 »
They have carried on about him a fair bit. But in saying that he did step up in class showed what he can do. A nice clean hitter with strong arms. I'd say he has a future in the shorter versions the jury is out in the longer version of the though.
Exciting player i would compare him to a sprinter though! Is he better than Schillaci?

Offline Hamish Crayfish

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« 2009-Jan-14, 07:24 PM Reply #3 »
His average dropped by 50% after only his second game. If that keeps happening.........................

Offline calgary

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« 2009-Jan-15, 02:05 PM Reply #4 »
Explosive in the shorter form of the game with little pressure on - sounds just like him!   :lol:

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« 2009-Jan-15, 02:16 PM Reply #5 »
...just waiting for the comparisons between the Gabba and Moonee Valley to start :)

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« 2009-Jan-18, 02:05 PM Reply #6 »
Needs to be gelded I think, either that or his ego ripped out

Offline wily ole dog

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« 2009-Jan-18, 02:47 PM Reply #7 »
The balck horse was the best of his generation.

We just shafted the best of our generation :sad:

Offline JWesleyHarding

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« 2009-Jan-18, 02:54 PM Reply #8 »
OA
Could you point to anything he's said, or done, to support your comment? And not just the usual, and understandable, expressions of self-confidence.

I haven't heard anything of the kind.

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« 2009-Jan-18, 02:57 PM Reply #9 »
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Could you point to anything he's said, or done, to support your comment? And not just the usual, and understandable, expressions of self-confidence.

I haven't heard anything of the kind.

The way he went out there in the 2nd 20/20 and tried to knock the cover of everything said it all.

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« 2009-Jan-18, 02:57 PM Reply #10 »
  :lol:   Isn't that how he started in the first game ?

Offline OldLarsy

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« 2009-Jan-18, 03:02 PM Reply #11 »
Nope! He clicked into gear after he seen a few balls and settled in in the first game

Offline JWesleyHarding

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« 2009-Jan-18, 03:05 PM Reply #12 »
So let me get this straight.

"Needs to be gelded I think, either that or his ego ripped out"

beccause of

"The way he went out there in the 2nd 20/20 and tried to knock the cover of everything said it all."

The only possible excuse for such a silly comment is that you've just finished a long shift.........of 54 hours.

Go and have a sleep

Offline mugwump

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« 2009-Jan-18, 05:04 PM Reply #13 »
I made some money out of his failure today on Betfair. I'm not knocking the bloke, it's just that all the carry-on would have gone to anyone's head. No-one could live up to that hype. I hope he makes a good first-class player one day.

Offline wily ole dog

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« 2009-Jan-18, 07:14 PM Reply #14 »
Doesn't look like NSW want him


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