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Re: NPL Fixtures 7th October

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Tari with the first 100 of the tournament yet somehow he isn’t in the training squad. No way he isn’t in our top 25

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And also the return of Blessing muzarabani happened

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Re: NPL Fixtures 7th October

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Marshmallow wrote:
Wed Oct 07, 2020 10:38 am
And also the return of Blessing muzarabani happened
Good to see him grab 5 wickets too. Chatara also took 5 in the same game. The national team guys should be dominating at this level.

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Re: NPL Fixtures 7th October

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The gladiators are going to struggle. Lots of young players with raw talent but no consistency. Just like the rangers.

Young Saxon Pettican also got a game

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Don’t forget the hat-trick by Willo!!
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Re: NPL Fixtures 7th October

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TapsC2 wrote:
Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:57 am
Tari with the first 100 of the tournament yet somehow he isn’t in the training squad. No way he isn’t in our top 25
He's still being 'taught a lesson' by ZC

Going off how long Chisoro's 'lesson' went for I think it's doubtful Tari will go to Pakistan.

Let's hope he keeps this form up, if he can pile on a few more tons this home season he will force his way back into the side.
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Re: NPL Fixtures 7th October

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TapsC2 wrote:
Wed Oct 07, 2020 5:49 pm
The gladiators are going to struggle. Lots of young players with raw talent but no consistency. Just like the rangers.

Young Saxon Pettican also got a game
What's the go with this Saxon Pettican? You said he was 16? What's his story?
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Re: NPL Fixtures 7th October

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The batting leaves a lot to be desired, obviously, but looking at the Mutare Sports Club/Manica aka Easterns vs. Takashinga scorecard the bowling line-ups were up there with Zim's FC standard: Chatara (5 w), Tiripano, Blessing (5 w), Ngarava, Wellington, Musoko, Kaia; we've had a number of Logan Cup matches with weaker bowling.

A tight win for Easterns, with Chatara ripping out the Takashinga middle order -- and although the recycled name does not warm my heart, their logo looks pretty. Does anyone know the name of the flower?

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Re: NPL Fixtures 7th October

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Are they preparing bowler friendly fields? The batting is all over the shop.

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