Aussies win at Last

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  1. Canteen Worker

    By:Canteen WorkerJun 24, 2005
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    With a bit of Bing and Pigeon we finally broke our duck and now sit second on the One Day Table. We play Bangladesh this weekend and so things should start to right themselves.

    Symonds being back is a good thing and I am encouraged to see Hogg causing problems. Despite being a good, I look forward to Warne doing his usual trick on the Poms in the series that really counts - the Ashes!
     
  2. Fluffy

    By:FluffyJun 30, 2005
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    washed out against the poms so remains 1 a piece.

    Good thing martyn stepped up for a lightning 35 from 65.

    it all looks set for a competetive test series.

    The question remains who should be dropped for Lee, Kasper or Dizzy. Lee is bowling very well and causing big problems - Dizzy is out of form.

    id say go warne mcgrath lee and kasper.
     
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    By:FroJun 30, 2005
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    Ahh the old bring back Lee story :)

    was the same in NZ and nothing changed.

    this time though Fluff I suspect you may be right, Lee is a definate chance, although if he gets a run it will be in place of Kasper not Gillespie.

    McGrath and Gillespie are locked in.
     
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