Series Thread: Al Barakha Cup (Canada T20)

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So who said 140 would be a good score? :)

::feeling much better now::

Notice Stuey failed to impress again, though...

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Boom Boom's living up to his nickname.. :)

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..aaaand the forum curse strikes. I'll shut up now...

18.5 Balaji Rao to Chigumbura, OUT, slog sweep straight into his hands
E Chigumbura c & b Balaji Rao 25 (9b 3x4 2x6) SR: 277.77

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Chigumbura now out going for another big shot, but with 25 off 10 it's safe to say he did his job.

Dabengwa at the crease now, can he finish his series off on a high? Hopefully we can score a few runs off this final over.


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Well, for once there was no collapse! Great confidence booster this, for all the batsmen before the tri-series. Dabengwa has booked his ticket for a few more series for sure...

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CrimsonAvenger wrote:Dabengwa has booked his ticket for a few more series for sure...
One good performance out of 4 matches seems to be about his usual form... :roll:

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Masakadza must get the man of the series award here. He is in sensational form. Cant wait to watch him in Kenya.

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Dabengwa it seems has finally earned his money, Do people really think he has turned the corner though??, He had a moderate score against Pakistan as well but hasnt done anything since, He's too inconsistent for me
Does anyone know if the kenya/Ireland match will be streamed?

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maehara wrote:
CrimsonAvenger wrote:Dabengwa has booked his ticket for a few more series for sure...
One good performance out of 4 matches seems to be about his usual form... :roll:
He's pulled ahead of Matsikenyeri now, so it looks like Stuart will be making way for Chakabva in the 1st ODI of the tri series. By no means has he turned the corner though, he had one good over... the only shot which he intended was the six, both fours were edges down to third man from memory?

Masakadza would have to be in the running for man of the series. Cheema, Butt, Mendis and Gul will also be up there I'd think. Maybe Ray Price as a smokey if he does a bit of damage in the Canadian innings.

Too early to know if the Kenya series will be streamed.

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