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Josh Poysden
#21
Another interview with Josh:
http://www.cricbuzz.com/cricket-news/835...e=Facebook
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#22
Congratulations to Josh on being selected for the Lions 50 over squad:
http://warwickshireccc.com/news/poysden-lions-50-squad/
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#23
Yes that is very encouraging news.

I see Somerset's Leach is in the Lions 4-day squad. Perhaps that will give us an idea as to whether he could have cut it in India.
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#24
More recognition for Josh as well as Sam Hain:
http://warwickshireccc.com/news/hain-poy...rth-squad/
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#25
Josh made his debut for the England Lions ODI side in the first game of their series in Sri Lanka.
While Robert may be bad, Robert is not all Mugabe's.
There are GOOD Mugabe's
It is Warwickshire County Cricket Club!
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#26
(03-03-2017, 05:43 PM)The Good Mugabe Wrote: Josh made his debut for the England Lions ODI side in the first game of their series in Sri Lanka.
Very pleased that Josh has been recognised in this way.
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#27
Good to see that Josh got a second game for the Lions and took his first international wicket:
http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/engine/ma...80260.html
Some players seem to land on top of Mount Everest by helicopter, others like Josh get there the hard way, step by step.
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#28
Pleased though I was to see Dominic Sibley bowling such decent leg-spin against the Rapids last night, my heart sank for Josh Poysden.  He has already dropped behind Sunny Singh in the four day selection stakes.  If Sibley is to bowl regularly, I don't see any way back into the one-day teams for Josh, bearing in mind that Dominic get in the team as a batter and Josh is very much a tail-ender.
It would be a great shame if he had to go elsewhere.  But having battled his way into the Lions side in the winter, he really needs first team cricket.
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#29
News of Josh Poysden:
https://warwickshireccc.com/news/poysden...h-cricket/
I know that when he played for Gordon, they thought very highly of him.
I think that 2018 will be a key season for Josh.  He really needs first team cricket.
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#30
He really does need to push on in 2018 - seems like he disappeared this year.
LE - aka John
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#31
He's been loaned to Yorkshire for one Championship game, which happens to be the Roses Match. I can hear Lord Hawke, Wilfred Rhodes et al turning in their graves from here!

Clearly we don't think he'll be needed at Lord's.
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#32
(17-07-2018, 09:39 AM)The Red Baron Wrote: He's been loaned to Yorkshire for one Championship game, which happens to be the Roses Match. I can hear Lord Hawke, Wilfred Rhodes et al turning in their graves from here!

Clearly we don't think he'll be needed at Lord's.

That's a really interesting move.  Adil Rashid has opted out of four day cricket so I guess that creates an opportunity.
I just think it is a shame that Warwickshire have an England Lions bowler and really don't seem to know how to use him.
Martyn Moxon, Yorkshire's Director of Cricket, says: "If Josh does well, who knows where it will go, but that’s for the future really.”
Lord Hawke may be turning in his grave; but his guilty secret (or one of them) is that he wasn't actually born in Yorkshire.
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#33
That's the price we pay for having one of the best spin bowlers in the world as our overseas player and captain. Few counties can find room for two spinners in Championship cricket  (unless you're Somerset who have been known to play three) so developing the next generation is complicated. We also have Sunny Singh, of course, who for my money was the best new prospect on the county circuit last year but looks unlikely to play at all this season.
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#34
Strange move altogether
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#35
Yes does seem strange. With all this dry weather around you would think every team in the next round of championship matches would be playing two spinners.
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