Logan Cup: Goats v Rocks & Tuskers v Eagles

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Re: Logan Cup: Goats v Rocks & Tuskers v Eagles

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Please do not judge anyone fast.

If Evans, Moor, Maruma, Kaia or anyone perform consistent in more then 10 odi or more then 5 test(10 innings) then only they deserve place in national team othewiae let them play more domestics and let them improve their stats.

Samething with bowler also as they need to be consistent in atleast 10 matches. They must have different bowling variations.

Remember and never forget, TRLENT will not work at international level but PRODUCT only works.

Pakistan have many telented playes same with Endlend also. But India and Australia have well finished products from domestic level.

Please reply whether you are agree or not??

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Re: Logan Cup: Goats v Rocks & Tuskers v Eagles

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Innocent Kaia has also been quietly scoring runs. Will watch them bat the second time to see if he has a better technique than our 2 openers

I hope they name a big squad because I got a feeling we will get spanked in the first game and there will be a few changes

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What I like the most about Brad Evans is that he just came back and has been grinding it out waiting for his opportunity. No special treatment there unlike what others have demanded. Honestly if you are good enough it won’t even take a year for people to see that you are better than the rest. There is no need to throw a tantrum and ask to be selected without even playing domestically

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According to cricinfo Brad Evans is Right arm fast!
Anybody know how quick he actually is ?

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Re: Logan Cup: Goats v Rocks & Tuskers v Eagles

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Looking at his Facebook it looks like he just finished his Sports Degree and has come back to Zim,it’s worth mentioning that he has very strong Zimbabwean roots with most of his family either living in Zimbabwe or Cape town.

Hopefully he stays and plays for Zimbabwe.He will be a good replacement for Jarvis

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Time for EvansMania then...

Does anyone know more about the new leggie on the block, Vincent Masekesa?

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Seen a bit of Odendaal, hit Tiripano for a big six, looks a powerful batter. Now with the ball he looks like a park cricketer in his run up but has a simple but whippey action and seems to surprise the batsman with his pace. Had 0-2 at one stage as the Goats lost their first three wickets for no runs.

Myers looked very unhappy with his dismissal, whilst Maruma looked really good again before retiring hurt, I missed a couple of overs so I’m not sure if I missed something, but I couldn’t see why he went off hurt.
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Re: Logan Cup: Goats v Rocks & Tuskers v Eagles

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What an awful lineup for the Goats. They seem to be dependent on Shingi saving their face every single time.

If I'm ZC, I'd throw a T20I cap to Odendaal in the Pak series. He seems to have that X factor.

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Re: Logan Cup: Goats v Rocks & Tuskers v Eagles

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I've faced Evans personally, he's about 82/83mph on a good day.
Odendaal is slippery about 80mph max but hits a long ball.

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i still think we would be better off with 4 domestic sides and a stronger club scene with the overflow.
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