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henrietta
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In Reply To: mullokintyre's post @ Jan 14 2020, 10:55 AM

Would make live commentary difficult for the smirkers.

Just back from the Brisbane Heat hit and giggle match ...... nice to be there with son and grandson.
AB was a pleasure to watch ...... pure class, and in total control. Good for Renshaw (who also batted very well) to be with him for a long spell.

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one of Cricinfos editors has an unfortunate name.

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mullokintyre
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In Reply To: henrietta's post @ Jan 11 2020, 01:57 PM

Fair Point, but all the other players have either been playing test cricket or T20.
Very different beasts all of them.
T20 has a lot more similarities to ODI than test cricket.

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henrietta
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In Reply To: mullokintyre's post @ Jan 10 2020, 09:46 PM

Keep in mind that the 20/20 bash is a very different game from the 50 over format .Different rules, different umpiring, different referral system.
Maxwell has had his chances in the past. He also seems to bat well against the medium stuff, and a bit more subdued against effective spin.

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So Maxwell performs another match winning act for the Renegades.
His scores this season : 62,83,2,43, 0NO, 1, 40NO, 59NO , and now 83NO.
Ya gotta wonder how the likes of Handscombe, Short and Agar can be in the Aus ODI team ahead of him.
He must have had an affair with the coach;s wife.

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henrietta
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Well, Marnus got there in the end, and well done. He's on a real golden streak, and batting very well.
Good total by the Aussies, but now the Kiwi openers have done the job, and it will be up to the Aussies to get an opening in the morning.

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ps These fires down south are a major catastrophe for Australia. I know there'll be political points to be scored, but really it's simply a natural and national disaster, which will impact many for a long long time.

 

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henrietta
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Paine hasn't a clue about helping his partner to his double century ......... Kiwis are much smarter.

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Chris Lynn, with 88 runs from 55 balls, had equal worst batting run rate for the Heat ........

212 from the 20 overs. Hope they can bowl and field decently.

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All going according to plan. Burns on shaky ground now. While watching there was a TV bit with Warner talking about Marnus. There were a few banal comments from the commentators, but none of them seemed interested in what I thought was a very complimentary phrase from Warner .......... " He's a good cricketer".

If our batsmen can concentrate properly, we should be in a very strong position by close of play.

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Poor old Kiwis can't take a trick. Quite a few not feeling too well ....... Santner, Southie, Boult, Williamson and Nicholls all out.

Ravel, Phillips, Castle, Somerville and Henry in.

And to top it all off, the Aussies have won the toss.

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