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Re: Women's World Cup 2017

Post by furriner on Sun 09 Jul 2017, 01:21

^^ 99/7. Your thoughts?
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Re: Women's World Cup 2017

Post by taipan on Sun 09 Jul 2017, 02:43

furriner wrote:I beg your pardon, That's the Indian War of Independence.

*snigger*

I remember my matric year in history when my teachers advised us not to discuss the two Boer wars but rather the 1st and 2nd wars of independence. Of course all the markers were of Afrikaans extraction.
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Re: Women's World Cup 2017

Post by tricycle on Sun 09 Jul 2017, 02:49

furriner wrote:^^ 99/7.  Your thoughts?
They could've made perfectly good aloo parathas. Instead, they went to play cricket...

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Post by tricycle on Mon 10 Jul 2017, 03:47

Seriously good match between England and Australia. Never looked like Australia were ahead in the match after lanning's dismissal. But they fell just 3 short.

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Re: Women's World Cup 2017

Post by lardbucket on Mon 10 Jul 2017, 08:19

Puts them out?

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Re: Women's World Cup 2017

Post by horace on Mon 10 Jul 2017, 08:27

No. Saw v funny vision of La Healy stuffing up a stumping and a catch in consecutive balls. Bad genes will tell in the end.
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Post by skully on Mon 10 Jul 2017, 08:38

Looks a cracking game. Well done Engulund.
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Re: Women's World Cup 2017

Post by embee on Mon 10 Jul 2017, 09:05

Jenny Gunn still chucking

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Post by PeterCS on Mon 10 Jul 2017, 10:34

I thought the Aussies were impregnable, but that means they will have lost at least one game in the tournament.

Good effort by the England team. Not sure how the bowling changes were managed though. The SLA (Hartley) deserved her ten, but I am not sure how the star bowler, K Brunt, didn't bowl her full allotment: Shrubsole and Sciver niver. Danni Hazell and Gunn had already been more expensive, but they were the ones trusted to come good in the final overs. Well, maybe they did - by the skin of their teeth.(Hazell unlucky that an absolute sitter dropped off her.)

I am not sure where England Women are going - they seemed to be going backwards after the heady days of challenging, even defeating Aus for a couple of years, with retirements temporary or permanent and all. Consistency is still not their forte.

In the end is it likely to be an Aus v India final?
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Re: Women's World Cup 2017

Post by WideWally on Thu 13 Jul 2017, 01:43

Ellyse Perry hits her 22nd half-century in ODIs & is averaging over 50 but still no tons.
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Post by PeterCS on Thu 13 Jul 2017, 04:42

A second ton from Nat Sciver. Well done her.

NZ may now struggle to get to the semis.
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Post by horace on Thu 13 Jul 2017, 08:32

Good knock from Meg and great win to her Lanningtons.
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Re: Women's World Cup 2017

Post by Red on Thu 13 Jul 2017, 12:19

PeterCS wrote:A second ton from Nat Sciver. Well done her.

NZ may now struggle to get to the semis.

Looks like either NZ or India will miss out with Australia, England and SA all qualifying for the semis.
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Post by tricycle on Thu 13 Jul 2017, 17:20

Less than three an over after twenty is just asking for trouble.

Would say Raj and Raut deserve the main share of the blame for the defeat.

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Re: Women's World Cup 2017

Post by beamer on Thu 13 Jul 2017, 17:33

PeterCS wrote:A second ton from Nat Sciver. Well done her.

NZ may now struggle to get to the semis.
Move over "Dilscoop", we now have the "Natmeg" to add to the coaching manuals...

I always read her name as "Skiver", she's certainly not shirking any responsibilities in this tournament.

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Re: Women's World Cup 2017

Post by tricycle on Sun 16 Jul 2017, 01:25

Never doubted for a second that the Indian women are the business... Semi finals all but confirmed

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Re: Women's World Cup 2017

Post by PeterCS on Wed 19 Jul 2017, 02:18

England Women shhhhneak over the line vs S Africa Women in the first semi. ...

Sassy Taylor may be back in form, hopefully.
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Re: Women's World Cup 2017

Post by Basil on Wed 19 Jul 2017, 02:21

SA conceded 17 wides
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Post by taipan on Wed 19 Jul 2017, 03:42

Impressed by the SA team. They weren't expected to make the semis.
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Re: Women's World Cup 2017

Post by horace on Wed 19 Jul 2017, 08:23

taipan wrote:Impressed by the SA team. They weren't expected to make the semis.










Hehehe... So you were impressed by the 17 wides delivered by the Chokettes?
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Re: Women's World Cup 2017

Post by horace on Wed 19 Jul 2017, 08:25

Great to see when it comes to world cups, the saffies are gender neutral
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Re: Women's World Cup 2017

Post by skully on Wed 19 Jul 2017, 10:40

horace wrote:
taipan wrote:Impressed by the SA team. They weren't expected to make the semis.

Hehehe... So you were impressed by the 17 wides delivered by the Chokettes?

Hehehe, hard but fair, h.
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Re: Women's World Cup 2017

Post by embee on Thu 20 Jul 2017, 20:54

Derbyshite weather
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Re: Women's World Cup 2017

Post by beamer on Thu 20 Jul 2017, 21:36

Derby clearly has a big weather magnet to deflect all the rain from Trent Bridge...

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Re: Women's World Cup 2017

Post by horace on Thu 20 Jul 2017, 23:59

Bannie women doing well...tight match.
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