Thread Rating:
  • 0 Vote(s) - 0 Average
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
Sam Hain
#21
I'll make a prediction - 2018 is the year Sam Hain comes of age and realises his potential in red and white ball cricket.
LE - aka John
Reply
#22
(07-03-2018, 04:28 PM)Leicester Exile Wrote: I'll make a prediction - 2018 is the year Sam Hain comes of age and realises his potential in red and white ball cricket.

A few more performances like that and he will be largely lost to the Bears as he graduates to the full England side and/or gets picked up for the IPL and other T20 leagues around the world.
Keep up-to-date with County Cricket at http://deepextracover.com/
Reply
#23
There lies the problem for counties trying to win trophies. Bring on quality players then finding they never play for you at the top of their game. The answer is fairly simple - reduce the international programme during our season and stop wholesale prevention by the ECB from playing for the player's county.
LE - aka John
Reply
#24
Ashley talks up Sam's Test potential:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/cricket/43245724
Keep up-to-date with County Cricket at http://deepextracover.com/
Reply
#25
Another good innings from Sam:
http://www.espncricinfo.com/series/18070...ndies-2018
Keep up-to-date with County Cricket at http://deepextracover.com/
Reply
#26
Sam speaks about his outstanding efforts for the Lions:
https://warwickshireccc.com/news/hain-ni...r-pay-off/
Keep up-to-date with County Cricket at http://deepextracover.com/
Reply
#27
140* for the MCC against Essex in Barbados. His red ball form is really starting well this year.
LE - aka John
Reply
#28
Barring injury or loss of form, a full England cap in one format or another is only a matter of time.  That being so, we should enjoy him while we've got him.
Keep up-to-date with County Cricket at http://deepextracover.com/
Reply
#29
Superb again. Great to see him coming back to form and hopefully it means a great season for him and ourselves as a County.
Paul fondled my onion bags.
Reply
#30
Well doe Sam. Thats 3 batsmen who will be in the team on the 13th, Sibly Trott and Hain, now for the others to fight it out over the next 2 practice games for the remaining places. Long time no hear Lilly, been in hiding with your team about to get relegated.
Reply
#31
(29-03-2018, 10:54 AM)rednalbear Wrote: Well doe Sam. Thats 3 batsmen who will be in the team on the 13th, Sibly Trott and Hain, now for the others to fight it out over the next 2 practice games for the remaining places. Long time no hear Lilly, been in hiding with your team about to get relegated.

I tend to go into a general cricket hiatus over the winter, keeping tabs on it all but not overly posting.

As for the shambles of a football team, I think as fans we accepted a long time ago just how awful we are and what our destiny was. I am actually quite enjoying going to games at the minute, no pressure and it is enjoyable to make Pardew's life as awkward as we can whilst he waits for his bumper pay off.

Not sure if I posted my views on here last summer, but I expressed them on many other forums and have been proven right. I called for Pulis to leave last May affording us the time to get the right new manager in and let him build a squad. Sadly my calls were not heeded, the inevitable awful start to the season came as Pulis had lost the players and then when we finally do pull the trigger, we are left scrambling round in the dark and end up with the worst possible candidate in Pardew.

Be nice being back in the Championship winning a few games. Unless you are in the top six, the Premier League is generally not a lot of fun.

P.S. Sam Hain...
Paul fondled my onion bags.
Reply
#32
(29-03-2018, 10:54 AM)rednalbear Wrote: Well doe Sam. Thats 3 batsmen who will be in the team on the 13th, Sibly Trott and Hain, now for the others to fight it out over the next 2 practice games for the remaining places. Long time no hear Lilly, been in hiding with your team about to get relegated.

A bitter and twisted blue nose bragging about another team's relegation issues!!
Reply
#33
Interview with Sam:
http://deepextracover.com/2018/04/warwic...ambitions/
Keep up-to-date with County Cricket at http://deepextracover.com/
Reply
#34
Sam awarded his first eleven cap today - more than justified!
Keep up-to-date with County Cricket at http://deepextracover.com/
Reply
#35
About time, some were given their full county cap having achieved a lot less.
While Robert may be bad, Robert is not all Mugabe's.
There are GOOD Mugabe's
It is Warwickshire County Cricket Club!
Reply
#36
Sam Hain selected for England Lions so will miss a couple of championship games. We may as well get used to doing without him.
Keep up-to-date with County Cricket at http://deepextracover.com/
Reply
#37
(09-06-2018, 12:50 PM)Terry Wrote: Sam Hain selected for England Lions so will miss a couple of  championship games. We may as well get used to doing without him.

This might well work out doubly well for Warwickshire. He hasn’t been scoring bucket loads of Champ runs so we can live without him, also, he might benefit from some coaching from the England set up. Win-win.
Reply


Forum Jump:


Users browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)