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Post by JGK on Mon 13 Nov 2017, 23:18

No Alderman either I see.

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Post by skully on Mon 13 Nov 2017, 23:22

Mark Waugh in but no Tugga?  Crapelli has zero cred and is a complete bitter old qunt. Tugga would just smirk.

When Neil Harvey dies, the papers will knock on Crapelli's front door for a bitter headline.
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Post by taipan on Mon 13 Nov 2017, 23:40

Fark me, that's an awful list.
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Post by Bradman on Tue 14 Nov 2017, 00:25

Worst thing about this thread is realising how maggoted you must have been back in the day.

You're instead of your? Plus AB being so low and alderman missing out.
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Post by furriner on Tue 14 Nov 2017, 03:38

Obviously biased list, SRT isn't in it.

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Post by Bradman on Tue 14 Nov 2017, 04:01

furriner wrote:Obviously biased list, SRT isn't in it.


He he he. Pay that one.
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Post by JGK on Tue 14 Nov 2017, 07:22

furriner wrote:Obviously biased list, SRT isn't in it.



Here's a list for you then:

1. BCL
2. SRT

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Post by Bradman on Tue 14 Nov 2017, 08:16

Where's viv?
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Post by lardbucket on Wed 15 Nov 2017, 00:04

JGK wrote:To be fair, he's probably got 1 and 2 right.

An inanimate carbon rod could have picked 1 and 2.

I love Doug Walters in a man-crush sort of way, but to rank him at 8 in ASHES cricket is clearly ludicrous, and really it is a perfect illustration of why Chappell was, is, and always be a qunt. He was a 'my way or the highway' man. He chose favourites - nay disciples - and if you weren't one, you could get f*cked.

Alderman not there is a joke, as is the low ranking of Border and the absence of Waugh ... the latter were both independent thinkers who did not fawn at the feet of the blokey chappelli godhead.

chappelli has out-harveyed the original bitter old blurter.

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Post by Bradman on Wed 15 Nov 2017, 00:12

I wouldn't go as far as qunt, just a touch delusional.
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Post by lardbucket on Wed 15 Nov 2017, 00:22

but Chappelli isn't just any old qunt, he's the world standard, the calibration tool.

* points at glossary and the international units of quntitude *

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Post by skully on Wed 15 Nov 2017, 01:59

I too was a massive Dougie fan, but after his fantastic opening series in Tests in 65-66 - 2 tons in first 2 Tests, Walters only had a handful of other knocks (2 other tons + 3 80s) to speak of in Ashes contests. His Ashes average was an ordinary 35.37. Hardly top 25 material.

Tugga, on the other hand, managed a stellar 58.18 v Poms.

Get yer head out of yer arse, Crappelli.
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Post by JGK on Wed 15 Nov 2017, 03:33

skully wrote:I too was a massive Dougie fan, but after his fantastic opening series in Tests in 65-66 - 2 tons in first 2 Tests, Walters only had a handful of other knocks (2 other tons + 3 80s) to speak of in Ashes contests. His Ashes average was an ordinary 35.37. Hardly top 25 material.

Tugga, on the other hand, managed a stellar 58.18 v Poms.

Get yer head out of yer arse, Crappelli.


Let alone his record from 1972 which is what the list was about.

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Post by skully on Wed 15 Nov 2017, 04:04

Ah yes. Dougie's Ashes average from 1972 to the end of his career was 27.58, with just the single ton (that majestic ton-in-a-session-brought-up-with-a-last-ball-6 effort in Perth in Dec 1974).
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Post by JGK on Wed 15 Nov 2017, 04:57

skully wrote:Ah yes. Dougie's Ashes average from 1972 to the end of his career was 27.58, with just the single ton (that majestic ton-in-a-session-brought-up-with-a-last-ball-6 effort in Perth in Dec 1974).


For Chappelli, that outweighs Steve Waugh's own last ball of the day ton, as well as twin tons at Old Trafford (only one other person got past 60 in the test), a ton on one leg at the Oval, his 100+ average in the 1989 series and so on.

Anyone who thinks that Chappelli isn't a bitter old qunt is delusional.

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Post by skully on Wed 15 Nov 2017, 05:03

2nded.
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Post by Bradman on Wed 15 Nov 2017, 05:13

JGK wrote:
skully wrote:Ah yes. Dougie's Ashes average from 1972 to the end of his career was 27.58, with just the single ton (that majestic ton-in-a-session-brought-up-with-a-last-ball-6 effort in Perth in Dec 1974).


For Chappelli, that outweighs Steve Waugh's own last ball of the day ton, as well as twin tons at Old Trafford (only one other person got past 60 in the test),  a ton on one leg at the Oval, his 100+ average in the 1989 series and so on.

Anyone who thinks that Chappelli isn't a bitter old qunt is delusional.

Ouch. I was just getting into the spirit of the day. The qmy church is a broad one. I'm a walking BV.
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Post by skully on Wed 15 Nov 2017, 05:25

Bon Vivant?
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Post by Bradman on Wed 15 Nov 2017, 05:32

Mr k knows what I'm talking about.
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Post by taipan on Wed 15 Nov 2017, 05:39

JGK wrote:
skully wrote:Ah yes. Dougie's Ashes average from 1972 to the end of his career was 27.58, with just the single ton (that majestic ton-in-a-session-brought-up-with-a-last-ball-6 effort in Perth in Dec 1974).


For Chappelli, that outweighs Steve Waugh's own last ball of the day ton, as well as twin tons at Old Trafford (only one other person got past 60 in the test),  a ton on one leg at the Oval, his 100+ average in the 1989 series and so on.

Anyone who thinks that Chappelli isn't a bitter old qunt is delusional.

I think he's mellowed. 10 years ago he would never have picked Botham.
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