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England v Bangladesh
#1
Well played Trott. A very accomplished 100.

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#2
Batted very well.

Enjoyed Nasser droning on about how KP has sorted out his technique against left arm spin by playing them more from the leg side.

Cricinfo on KPs dismissal " Pietersen had skipped leg side to aim a big drive, but was beaten in the air and the ball crashed into his off stump!!

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#3
If only people had bowled like that to KP in the World t20.
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#4
Pretty wreckless shot wasnt it really.

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#5
Well played Trott.............in one International Innings he has probably scored more than our top order in the championship put together.
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#6
Loved KP's dismissal..especially as the TMS guys were gushing over him at the time :)
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#7
Yes that was funny.
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#8
Is Morgan the first Irish born player to play test cricket?
Chris, don't ask why Windy. No please don't. No.

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#9
Hasnt Joyce played test cricket? I'm sure there must have been some Irish born players from the past.

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#10
sorry no Joyce hasnt

here we go

Leland Hone v Australia Melbourne 1878/79 (1853 Dublin, Ireland) (IRL)
Sir Tim O'Brien v Australia Manchester 1884 (1861 Dublin, Ireland) (IRL)
Joseph McMaster v South Africa Cape Town 1888/89 (1861 Co Down, Ireland) (IRL)
Frederick Fane v South Africa Johannesburg 1905/06 (1875 Co Kildare, Ireland) (IRL

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#11
Anyway, Trott's out and he equalled KP's top score. :D
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#12
http://www.cricinfo.com/england-v-bangla...61133.html


Journalists and their distinctly amateur psychology OUT.
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#13
You guys had a go at India's pitches before.

This Lords pitch is woefully flat.
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#14
(28-05-2010, 02:54 PM)Kim Wrote: http://www.cricinfo.com/england-v-bangla...61133.html


Journalists and their distinctly amateur psychology OUT.

Kim, I couldn't agree more. The way they write about Trotty, you'd think he was a mass murderer. There is such a negative article about him in the Guardian - the guy got a double hundred and still they look for negatives. And don't start me about that idiot Derek Pringle - he obviously has a PhD in the psychology of Trott - or thinks he has!
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#15
Forget about Pringle, Trott achieved more in just that 1 innings than he achieved in his entire career.
Chris, don't ask why Windy. No please don't. No.

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#16
I was at Lord's for the last 3 hours or so yesterday - partly watching live and partly chatting to George while we watched the match on the big screen on the Nursery ground.
I agree the pitch is a bit flat but when the bowlers really bent their backs, there was a bit more there. If it gets slower and lower, it will not be a good Test pitch; but if it starts waear and turn a bit, we could still have a really good Test match - weather permitting, of course.
A good sized crowd, by the way.
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#17
(28-05-2010, 05:15 PM)DD BEAR Wrote: You guys had a go at India's pitches before.

This Lords pitch is woefully flat.

I dont think its that bad. Bowling was mediocre including Englands and only Trott and Strauss got real runs for England.

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#18
Paul If you are posting at 11 40 why are you not answereing either of your phones
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#19
I didnt hear them ring Jane

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#20
I will get you an amplifier then, LOL. Nice to chat today, maybe see you tomorrow.
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