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Re: English Domestic Season 2018

Post by horace on Sat 21 Apr 2018, 01:48

PeterCS wrote:FS Jackson would do.

Jacko was a. descendant of Caesar's wrong side of the weasel skins blanket liaison.

I know Merlin claims lineage to the filthy Tory Jacko but the science is out on the DNA Testing.
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Re: English Domestic Season 2018

Post by skully on Sat 21 Apr 2018, 03:42

beamer wrote:Test opener watch...

Markram 0 and 0. Hameed 8. Jennings 2. Stoneman 4. Renshaw 101*. What are you worried about, Aussies Wink

From the Somerset Cricket tweet, looks a fair knock. He seemed to play with unaccustomed freedom.
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Re: English Domestic Season 2018

Post by PeterCS on Sat 21 Apr 2018, 13:48

horace wrote:
PeterCS wrote:FS Jackson would do.

Jacko was a. descendant  of Caesar's wrong side of the weasel skins blanket liaison.

I know Merlin claims lineage to the filthy Tory Jacko but the science is out on the DNA Testing.

Jacker was an honourable Tory. THese days, he's have been Ken Clarke (despite his cough BAT ties cough), a Dominic Grieve or a Ros Altmann.
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Re: English Domestic Season 2018

Post by PeterCS on Sat 21 Apr 2018, 13:49

Also he beat you lot 3-0 and scored phenomenally .... Wink
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Re: English Domestic Season 2018

Post by lardbucket on Wed 25 Apr 2018, 00:03

Derbyshire smash Middlesex in Division 2, in their first home win for three years!

Oh, Middlesex.

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116 - 9 - 400 - 4

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Re: English Domestic Season 2018

Post by PeterCS on Wed 25 Apr 2018, 00:51

The season is young.

Even if Lancs are old.

In Shiv's case, literally.
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Re: English Domestic Season 2018

Post by horace on Wed 25 Apr 2018, 21:08

lardbucket wrote:Derbyshire smash Middlesex in Division 2, in their first home win for three years!

Oh, Middlesex.

Yay Direby. That is a result that would a smile on the dial for many Pomgolians.
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Post by beamer on Fri 27 Apr 2018, 21:25

Just 52.1 overs bowled today. In eight (potential) matches. duck fishing

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Post by JGK on Sun 29 Apr 2018, 11:17

Renshaw another ton - this time in the first session of the match!

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Re: English Domestic Season 2018

Post by Big Dog on Tue 01 May 2018, 23:48



"Get up the other end ya bastard"
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Re: English Domestic Season 2018

Post by horace on Wed 02 May 2018, 01:17

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Re: English Domestic Season 2018

Post by WideWally on Fri 04 May 2018, 13:17

Gary Ballance top scores for Yorkshire ...



.................... with 22. Only player to reach double figures.
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Re: English Domestic Season 2018

Post by beamer on Fri 04 May 2018, 18:45

A strong Yorkshire means a strong England, they used to say...

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Post by skully on Mon 07 May 2018, 03:08

Remarkable win for Yorks v Innits after being rolled for 50 in I1.
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Post by JGK on Mon 07 May 2018, 03:48

Has Hilton Cartwright forgotten how to hold a bat?

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Post by skully on Mon 07 May 2018, 04:35

The SAffie anagram didn't start much better. 3 consecutive ducks before making a 94.

Cartwright's 4-7-0-78-30(HS)-av 11.14 is hardly impressive reading.
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Re: English Domestic Season 2018

Post by horace on Mon 07 May 2018, 21:45

skully wrote:The SAffie anagram didn't start much better. 3 consecutive ducks before making a 94.

Cartwright's 4-7-0-78-30(HS)-av 11.14 is hardly impressive reading.

Donkey is among the first to thank the cbnlg on his career reaching the heights.

Others among the first to thank cbnlg are Bog, Mere, Qunt-Denial, Bangers, Jelly.

cbnlg was interviewed on Donkey,

"look Hoss is a class player with a minor form blip. I will continue to back in our elite culture players who are the backbone of our State ,.. erm ... Test side."

" Future Oz captain elect, His Mitchness is electing to spend time with Hoss to help him find consistent form and brush up his baggy green cap. That's the sort of bloke His Mitchness is.

"This is about the elite culture I am encouraging." cbnlg said.

Commenting on a short range regional radio station with a crackling reception, elite commentator Slymon Serbo-Chokarian backed cbnlg with his own original penetrating analysis.

"look Hoss is a class player with a minor form blip. the cbnlg will continue to back in our elite culture players who are the backbone of our State ,.. erm ... Test side."

" Future Oz captain elect, His Mitchness is electing to spend time with Hoss to help him find consistent form and brush up his baggy green cap. That's the sort of bloke His Mitchness is.

"This is about the elite culture cbnlg is encouraging." Slymon Serbo-Chokarian said.
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Re: English Domestic Season 2018

Post by Chivalry Augustus on Sun 13 May 2018, 08:51

God knows how we were leading the Championship going into this match. Our batting is embarrassingly poor, and has been exposed this time around. I guess we were top because the standard is so low. I still reckon we could be one of the 2 to get relegated at the end of the year. I can't see where we're going to score enough runs, and our bowling will be weaker as the pitches get better.
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Re: English Domestic Season 2018

Post by beamer on Sun 13 May 2018, 17:51

Chivalry Augustus wrote:God knows how we were leading the Championship going into this match. Our batting is embarrassingly poor, and has been exposed this time around. I guess we were top because the standard is so low. I still reckon we could be one of the 2 to get relegated at the end of the year. I can't see where we're going to score enough runs, and our bowling will be weaker as the pitches get better.
Lucky we’ll soon have a break from proper cricket until the clocks go back then Wink

Taking 20 wickets is the key, as you don’t stay up with draws. But it was obvious Notts needed batting reinforcements, it was weak even without recent (semi-) retirements. What happened to picking off the best of the talent from the other East Midlands counties, or is there just none out there right now? Any more batsmen called Taylor we could sign?

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Re: English Domestic Season 2018

Post by ojitarian on Sun 13 May 2018, 18:46

Worcestershire are very anatomical this season. Head, Cox and Tongue.

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Post by PeterCS on Mon 14 May 2018, 01:55

Worcs' lower order lived to regret the strike they didn't ... errrr .... give Head.
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Post by PeterCS on Mon 14 May 2018, 01:56

Maybe Wordsmith should bring back Bunny alongside Jimmy ...
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Re: English Domestic Season 2018

Post by PeterCS on Mon 14 May 2018, 02:00

beamer wrote:
Chivalry Augustus wrote:God knows how we were leading the Championship going into this match. Our batting is embarrassingly poor, and has been exposed this time around. I guess we were top because the standard is so low. I still reckon we could be one of the 2 to get relegated at the end of the year. I can't see where we're going to score enough runs, and our bowling will be weaker as the pitches get better.
Lucky we’ll soon have a break from proper cricket until the clocks go back then Wink

Taking 20 wickets is the key, as you don’t stay up with draws. But it was obvious Notts needed batting reinforcements, it was weak even without recent (semi-) retirements. What happened to picking off the best of the talent from the other East Midlands counties, or is there just none out there right now? Any more batsmen called Taylor we could sign?

Brendan might be taylor-made?

Talking of E Midlands county talent - what's happened to Ben Duckett??

Talking of disappearing acts - where's Alex Lees?

(Don't ask me about Hameed - or Reese ...)
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Re: English Domestic Season 2018

Post by beamer on Mon 14 May 2018, 18:45

We had Brendan Taylor the last couple of seasons, he’s gone back to Zim now. Ross is the third of his name to represent Notts in recent times... all different nationalities.

I guess Duckett’s still in the doghouse (duck-house?) for behaving like a twat on tour last winter. On the England situation, who else thought “oh crap” when seeing Vince had made a double?

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Post by horace on Mon 14 May 2018, 22:40

beamer wrote:We had Brendan Taylor the last couple of seasons, he’s gone back to Zim now. Ross is the third of his name to represent Notts in recent times... all different nationalities.

I guess Duckett’s still in the doghouse (duck-house?) for behaving like a twat on tour last winter. On the England situation, who else thought “oh crap” when seeing Vince had made a double?

Time for all Pomgolians to back Vinnie in. He is no I Ronald Bell, but Vince offers you guys a lot of hope.
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