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Downie

Reserve Grader
Sack Ponting ;)


I actually cheered when Dippenaar caught him on the boundary- it meant that Mark Waugh's record of 173 for Australia survived yet again. Despite that, what kind of captain must you be to bowl Lewis out, yet Lee, Symonds and Clarke, who had all taken wickets at less than or around 7 an over didn't?
 

Fluffy

Journey Man
byso is right - couldnt be labor, they had a chance to complete some actions - the labor party were 12th man. Actually that must have been their fault then
 

robbiea

First Grader
Tipping Member
The labor party is like the Pakistani cricket team -everyone hates their captains..
 

Fluffy

Journey Man
That would make the libs the Zimbabwean cricket team - everyone knows they suck and often players leave for political reasons
 

Fro

First Grader
Except the Zimbos havent won much in the last 10 years.

Although they are ruled by a Megalomaniacal despot, so there is that common factor
 
Team P W L PD Pts
10 9 1 124 20
11 8 3 75 18
10 7 3 70 16
10 7 3 69 16
11 7 4 59 14
11 6 5 -9 14
10 6 4 -10 14
12 6 5 36 13
11 6 5 107 12
11 5 6 47 12
12 6 6 2 12
11 5 6 -88 12
11 4 6 -7 9
10 3 7 -103 8
10 2 8 -91 6
11 2 9 -95 6
10 1 9 -186 4
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