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fredie wrote: now if only england could whip our ass down in aussie land i rate england less than sa .
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so you dont care :lol: that u might rate england cricket team higher than aus. sa :shock: :lol: :lol:






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fredie wrote:fredie wrote: now if only england could whip our ass down in aussie land i rate england less than sa . so you dont care :lol: that u might rate england cricket team higher than aus. sa :shock: :lol: :lol:




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caught a bit of NZ V India Ryder was batting like a dream again - just finding the gaps with ease






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flipper wrote:caught a bit of NZ V India Ryder was batting like a dream again - just finding the gaps with ease


he's obscenely talented. And despite his size he seems fit enough to bat for a long time.






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The Penguin wrote:he's obscenely talented. And despite his size he seems fit enough to bat for a long time.


they made that point last night, i am sure the fact he just strokes it about helps, looks effortless, no heaving it around.






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flipper wrote:caught a bit of NZ V India Ryder was batting like a dream again - just finding the gaps with ease


Saw a bit on the first night, when NZ were 22-3. Not seen much since then, but noticed the close of day 2 score this morning. Suffice to say, it was a little bit of a surprise.






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