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Jeetan Patel
#41
Good news that he has signed for next year:
http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/sport/cr...me-5849133
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#42
Congratulations to Jeetan on becoming a daddy:
http://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/cricket/979...es-England
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#43
Now this is interesting..... couple of articles saying that Jeets has made himself unavailable for the NZ tour of West Indies in June saying he wanted to complete a full season with Warwicks. He had been contacted by a selector saying he was included in the squad. We should be very thankful.
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Durhampeter
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(15-04-2014, 06:29 AM)stingray Wrote: Now this is interesting..... couple of articles saying that Jeets has made himself unavailable for the NZ tour of West Indies in June saying he wanted to complete a full season with Warwicks. He had been contacted by a selector saying he was included in the squad. We should be very thankful.

Yes, this makes him a True Stalwart
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#45
It looks as though Jeetan may be closing in on a well-deserved award:
http://www.ecb.co.uk/news/articles/steve...r-mvp-lead
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#46
Go Jeets! I'm sure Kent find Stevens a useful all-round player but he's not much more than journeyman standard really. The second division must be an easy place to pick up points.
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#47
Just read on the official site that Jeets has committed himself to Warks for 2015 and 2016.

The future looks bright.
LE - aka John
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#48
The future's so bright I gotta wear shades
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#49
Made my day.
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#50
Fantastic news!
Proud to be a Bear
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#51
Excellent news, just shows how happy he is here and what a great team player he is unlike the usual overseas mercanaries who just jump from one club to another because they have been given a bit more dosh.
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#52
Well done to Jeetan, and his New Zealand team Wellington on getting to the final on Sunday in their 20/20 compitition
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#53
Looks like Jeetan did his stuff to help Wellington to a win - but a bit strange that he didn't bowl his full four overs.  Hope it wasn't an injury:
http://www.espncricinfo.com/georgie-pie-...85935.html
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#54
This is a fascinating interview with Jeetan in which he pulls no punches:
http://www.espncricinfo.com/county-crick...MP=OTC-RSS
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#55
It is fascinating, and worth remembering next time you hear county cricketers bemoaning the fact that they never have time to practice. Jeets hardly ever misses a game and yet still finds time to put in the necessary work.

When he retires he ought to be put in charge of developing spinners for England.
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#56
Jeetan quite rightly in the PCA team of the year:
http://www.edgbaston.com/2521/jeetan-nam...-year.html
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#57
The man is a legend. He made a very good attempt at winning the last game of the season at Taunton single handed and was one of very few players to "turn up" in the September games. Good on yer Jeets!
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#58
....and now he's a Firebird:
http://www.stuff.co.nz/dominion-post/spo...tic-season
Good to read that he will be back next year and wants to carry on for as long as possible.
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#59
It says he will be putting on his Wellington Firebirds whites. Are these a new kind of fottwear? :-)
LE - aka John
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#60
Something like this:
http://www.screwfix.com/p/dunlop-pricema...oCXejw_wcB
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