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Ones to Watch in 2018
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I have wrote a blog post on some talented youngsters who are hopefully going to make an impact on their counties, including 2 Warwickshire players and it would be greatly appreciated if you could check it out!

http://emsviewfromthepavilion.blogspot.c...ounty.html

Thank you,
Emily x
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#2
Agree with your choice of players. Will also be interesting to see how Joe Clarke from Worcestershire gets on in Division 1 this coming season.
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(24-02-2018, 09:27 PM)rednalbear Wrote: Agree with your choice of players. Will also be interesting to see how Joe Clarke from Worcestershire gets on in Division 1 this coming season.

Yes I agree! Great player and will be in selectors eyes!
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I don't think Warwickshire will be strong enough to win promotion this year so I would quite like to see the club give some game time to players who might not make a first choice eleven yet but who could, given the right development, be part of a squad capable of winning the Championship in 2021. Banks, Brookes, Thomason, Singh - all excellent prospects.
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(24-02-2018, 08:04 PM)emily_marshall Wrote: I have wrote a blog post on some talented youngsters who are hopefully going to make an impact on their counties, including 2 Warwickshire players and it would be greatly appreciated if you could check it out!

http://emsviewfromthepavilion.blogspot.c...ounty.html

Thank you,
Emily x
All well and good Em but why no lady cricketers?!
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(24-02-2018, 08:04 PM)emily_marshall Wrote: I have wrote a blog post on some talented youngsters who are hopefully going to make an impact on their counties, including 2 Warwickshire players and it would be greatly appreciated if you could check it out!

http://emsviewfromthepavilion.blogspot.c...ounty.html

Thank you,
Emily x

Very good Em.  One player I would add (who also had a Warwickshire connection), is Tom Banton at Somerset.  A Wicket Keeper-Batsman, who did well for the England Under 19's World Cup team recently.  It's a great pity we lost him to Somerset - he put in some good performances for the Bears Academy and 2nd XI sides - I don't know his reasons for moving on.
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(25-02-2018, 07:20 PM)Bald Reynard Wrote:
(24-02-2018, 08:04 PM)emily_marshall Wrote: I have wrote a blog post on some talented youngsters who are hopefully going to make an impact on their counties, including 2 Warwickshire players and it would be greatly appreciated if you could check it out!

http://emsviewfromthepavilion.blogspot.c...ounty.html

Thank you,
Emily x

Very good Em.  One player I would add (who also had a Warwickshire connection), is Tom Banton at Somerset.  A Wicket Keeper-Batsman, who did well for the England Under 19's World Cup team recently.  It's a great pity we lost him to Somerset - he put in some good performances for the Bears Academy and 2nd XI sides - I don't know his reasons for moving on.

He is another good player and I did see a lot of him in the U19 team, plus heard lots about it from friends in age group cricket who spoke highly of him. It is a shame yes as could be another youngster coming through our academy.
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#8
Tom Banton leaving was due to several factors, he is a very good player and looks like he will get plenty of opportunity with Somerset.
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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