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Post by horace on Thu 09 Mar 2017, 05:40

hehehe....common as (my) muck name here Embee.

Yep it was me. I sent a couple of complimentary texts.

I am banged up in bed atm. Broken leg is ok but gout in hand and elbow are making getting around difficult.

The coverage and state of the game have cheered me up.

Have watched most of today and yesterday
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Post by embee on Thu 09 Mar 2017, 05:45

Minno is a top bloke ...has created his own community radio station to basically broadcast shield cricket and wafl footy after being shunted around on various other community stations over the years ...

Townsend is a qunt ...writes for the Worst ...is a qunt ...involved in the Uni cricket club (and the District Cricket Council) ...qunt ...umpire hater ...qunt ...he is also a qunt
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Post by Henry on Thu 09 Mar 2017, 05:48

I didn't realise Ben Stokes (under the pseudonym of "Travis Dean") was playing for Victoria......

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Post by Big Dog on Thu 09 Mar 2017, 05:52

horace wrote:hehehe....common as (my) muck name here Embee.

Yep it was me. I sent a couple of complimentary texts.

I am banged up in bed atm. Broken leg is ok but gout in hand and elbow are making getting around difficult.

The coverage and state of the game have cheered me up.

Have watched most of today and yesterday

Jeez Horrie, you need to stop drinking plonk & get into the good stuff Wink
Hope the gout doesnt affect your drinking arm too much. Cool
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Post by horace on Thu 09 Mar 2017, 06:02

Big Dog wrote:
horace wrote:hehehe....common as (my) muck name here Embee.

Yep it was me. I sent a couple of complimentary texts.

I am banged up in bed atm. Broken leg is ok but gout in hand and elbow are making getting around difficult.

The coverage and state of the game have cheered me up.

Have watched most of today and yesterday

Jeez Horrie, you need to stop drinking plonk & get into the good stuff Wink
Hope the gout doesnt affect your drinking arm too much. Cool

Laughs sadly....no plonk for over a week and have had a maximum of two drinks about 4 times since late December...Ate too many tomatoes, middle eastern food, citrus and some asparagus risotto and few prawns last week - farkin food that is otherwise good for us
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Post by horace on Thu 09 Mar 2017, 06:06

embee wrote:Minno is a top bloke ...has created his own community radio station to basically broadcast shield cricket and wafl footy after being shunted around on various other community stations over the years ...

Townsend is a qunt ...writes for the Worst ...is a qunt ...involved in the Uni cricket club (and the District Cricket Council) ...qunt ...umpire hater ...qunt ...he is also a qunt

Yep. "Minno" seems very good, erudite and humble. Townsend has mentioned awards he has received!!

OP gawn 57....Moody has 4 fer...bit lucky as the Dork and Makin have bowled better.
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Post by lardbucket on Thu 09 Mar 2017, 06:08

Get some colchicine into you, you twit.

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Post by horace on Thu 09 Mar 2017, 06:10

lardbucket wrote:Get some colchicine into you, you twit.

is that Pro Gout?...do I need a script?

I take allapurinol but a low dose...might need upping
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Post by JGK on Thu 09 Mar 2017, 06:10

Could Tremain get stranded?

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Post by horace on Thu 09 Mar 2017, 06:15

looks like it...Vix 9fer
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Post by lardbucket on Thu 09 Mar 2017, 06:16

horace wrote:
lardbucket wrote:Get some colchicine into you, you twit.

is that Pro Gout?...do I need a script?

I take allapurinol but a low dose...might need upping

Allopurinol will help prevent attacks if you stick at it, if you're on and off it, it can actually provoke attacks on resumption. Colchicine now, during an attack, will settle it down. You should take it until you shit yourself ... nobody will notice anyway but your pain will settle.

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Post by horace on Thu 09 Mar 2017, 06:16

Fawad walked on to the ground without his bat, not giving Tremain confidence
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Post by horace on Thu 09 Mar 2017, 06:22

successive zacs, the 2nd on top of the grandstand gets him a richly deserved ton...great stuff
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Post by JGK on Thu 09 Mar 2017, 06:22

horace wrote:Fawad walked on to the ground without his bat, not giving Tremain confidence

That's how you reach your ton when the team is 9 down and you're on 91*:

110.3Short to Chris Tremain
SIX! D'Arcy Short to Chris Tremain. Length ball, pulling, Hit Hard over deep mid wicket for 6 runs.

110.4Short to Chris Tremain
SIX! D'Arcy Short to Chris Tremain. Length ball, pulling, Hit Hard over deep square leg for 6 runs.

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Post by lardbucket on Thu 09 Mar 2017, 06:25

Well done. Love seeing bowlers make a century!

(or a double)

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Post by horace on Thu 09 Mar 2017, 06:28

lardbucket wrote:
horace wrote:
lardbucket wrote:Get some colchicine into you, you twit.

is that Pro Gout?...do I need a script?

I take allapurinol but a low dose...might need upping

Allopurinol will help prevent attacks if you stick at it, if you're on and off it, it can actually provoke attacks on resumption. Colchicine now, during an attack, will settle it down. You should take it until you shit yourself ... nobody will notice anyway but your pain will settle.

much appreciated... nup I religiously take the A every day....I have never heard of Colchicine...will invest at the chemist tomorrow....while the oxy works on pain from broken bones it does not cut the edge off bloody gout.
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Post by horace on Thu 09 Mar 2017, 06:34

lardbucket wrote:Well done. Love seeing bowlers make a century!

(or a double)

yay Dizzy. Until OP got out Tremain had played correctly. He then went bonkers. Great fun. Received a nice clap from the crowd and the wa players.
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Post by JGK on Thu 09 Mar 2017, 06:38

Dubbers look like letting Ferguson get a ton. How embarrassing.

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Post by horace on Thu 09 Mar 2017, 06:41

JGK wrote:Dubbers look like letting Ferguson get a ton.  How embarrassing.

I blame the non Aussies, the pom and the sheep, and glawson. of course Skully is responsible for glawson
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Post by WideWally on Thu 09 Mar 2017, 07:10

Century to Fergie. That is a good double for him in this match. Hopefully all the rubbish is behind him now.
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Post by lardbucket on Thu 09 Mar 2017, 07:21

... and out straight away. Another wicket for Crane.

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Post by horace on Thu 09 Mar 2017, 07:35

Apparently* this is only the second time a nightwatchman has made a ton in the Shield.
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Post by horace on Thu 09 Mar 2017, 07:39

Tremain comes straight out and opens the bowling - 0/2 off four overs. OP not bad either, tho he had not batted all day. Wasps 0/17.
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Post by JGK on Fri 10 Mar 2017, 00:00

T.L.W. Cooper st: Nevill b: Copeland


I always wondered who that was more embarrassing for - the batsman stumped off an opening bowler, or the bowler?

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Post by JGK on Fri 10 Mar 2017, 00:02

JGK wrote:T.L.W. Cooper st: Nevill b: Copeland


I always wondered who that was more embarrassing for - the batsman stumped off an opening bowler, or the bowler?


Actually I've just seen the replay. Nevill was standing back. Cooper was batting out of his crease and forgot to get back in.

Utterly embarrassing for the batsman.

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