Domestic T20 Thread 2022 | 24th-30th March

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Re: Domestic T20 Thread 2022 | 24th-30th March

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TapsC2 wrote:
Wed Mar 30, 2022 4:11 pm
sloandog wrote:
Tue Mar 29, 2022 5:36 pm
Also heard through the Ryan Murray is still interested in Zim
Surely it's too late now. Is he even playing any cricket at the moment?
Jee whizz. Madande is in pole position now you would have thought to take over with regis as the incumbent

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Re: Domestic T20 Thread 2022 | 24th-30th March

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Lol is he still expecting a red carpet to be laid out for him? :lol:

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secretzimbo wrote:
Wed Mar 30, 2022 6:03 pm
Lol is he still expecting a red carpet to be laid out for him? :lol:
He has left it a bit late. Chakhabva has proved himself a late bloomer in the one day stakes ( always first choice in test as w/k) and madande is next in line.

He has to play some domestic matches first and foremost.
No to a red carpet treatment for anyone except maybe nick welch 😉😉😊😊

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Re: Domestic T20 Thread 2022 | 24th-30th March

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rYGR_ID ... bweCricket

Commentary today for the women's final. Mountaineers making a better go of it than yesterday!

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Re: Domestic T20 Thread 2022 | 24th-30th March

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Where did that innings come from, from Prince Masvaure? :o

I have never seen him bat faster than a run a ball, get him in the t20 side :lol:

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Congrats to Eagles ladies for another trophy.

As for the mens match, that capitulation at the end was hilarious. Rocks providing better comedy than Chris Rock :lol:

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Re: Domestic T20 Thread 2022 | 24th-30th March

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What a miserable final! Extras top scoring for the Goats, followed by Chatara :lol: :lol: :lol:

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I couldn’t watch today. Anyone who watched - was it really as bad as the scorecard suggests?!

At least matty welch got some runs and I’m quite glad Eagles won. They are being run much better at the moment than previous years.

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Re: Domestic T20 Thread 2022 | 24th-30th March

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That was a low scoring nail biter. Not a great standard of cricket, but exciting nonetheless. Hard to understand how you need to play across the line with low percentage shots when the ball is staying low when youre needing 3 an over, these guys are brainless. MW has the goods, watch and see, got lots of time on the ball, needs to be a bit smarter with shot selection, he likes this little whip across the line when his feet are nowhere, hard to understand why he persists with that.
Wellington Masakadza was impressive .

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Looks like there was quite a healthy crowd in attendance! Nice to see, feels like a very long time since we’ve had that.

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