Logan Cup: Goats v Rocks & Tuskers v Eagles

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Logan Cup: Goats v Rocks & Tuskers v Eagles

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Lot's of big guns back today including Wes, Wellington, Don, Chivanga, Shumba & Mutumbami

PJ Moor off to a brisk start as he pushes for selection once again

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And Moor is out
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The Kaia brothers continue to knock on the door for selection against a decent Mountineers attack. It will be difficult to continue to ignore them.
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Evans and chivanga got 5, 3 wickets respectively 👌

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Get Evans in there

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Roy should have converted this 50. He would have broken down the proverbial door. He is still at the forefront for selection in my view.

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CrimsonAvenger wrote:
Tue Mar 30, 2021 1:04 pm
Roy should have converted this 50. He would have broken down the proverbial door. He is still at the forefront for selection in my view.
Problem is these runs are useless as they aren’t acquired at a level even close to measurable for international success.
Sikikar to how Maruma gets hundreds in this format and Craig gets 20s, but internationally that’s reversed as Craig is more adept to faster and spinnier balls.
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CrimsonAvenger wrote:
Tue Mar 30, 2021 1:04 pm
Roy should have converted this 50. He would have broken down the proverbial door. He is still at the forefront for selection in my view.
We really need to have an A side going. Guys like Wes are definitely the future but throwing them in the deep end to sink or swim could do more harm than good. Roy has been around for a long time and should be given a chance to prove himself. I think he is no different from the like of Kasuza or Prince who have all really played plenty of FC cricket before getting their chance.
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Re: Logan Cup: Goats v Rocks & Tuskers v Eagles

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I had a good look at Roy kaia batting today in the video stream for southern Rocks latest match.
Thoughts are is that he seems an unhurried batsman who plays pretty close to his body which is a good sign for test cricket. he scored some good boundaries by driving nyauchi and also pulling and cutting Tiripano which also shows he has an array of shots.
Seemed to score pretty much in boundaries today which might not be reflective of his overall game as this is first time ive seen him bat.
Compact little player i think he should get his chance against pakistan for sure.

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What type of bowler is Brad Evans?

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