Domestic T20 Thread 2022 | 24th-30th March

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What makes it worse is that they lost a wicket in the chase :lol: :lol:

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I've got absolutely zero interest in womens cricket. I've not watched a single ball of the world cup.

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:lol: :lol: well I think ZC have only just recently made them professionals but all I will say is Gary Brent has a lot of work to do. Long long road ahead

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7-1 off 3😱

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We have joked in the past about ten finding players off the street or in the pub. Did this happen though on this occasion?

It’s not like they were up against transgenders here like in the US.
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sloandog wrote:
Wed Mar 30, 2022 9:51 am
I've got absolutely zero interest in womens cricket. I've not watched a single ball of the world cup.
I haven't watched much either, but tbf the top few international teams are pretty good and the standard seems to be improving quite rapidly.

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Century for Raza in Bangladesh List A cricket today, and 98 in the previous match too.

None of our five best players are playing in this domestic T20....

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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?

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secretzimbo wrote:
Wed Mar 30, 2022 3:37 pm
Century for Raza in Bangladesh List A cricket today, and 98 in the previous match too.

None of our five best players are playing in this domestic T20....
They are wasted in our domestic competition. Raza muzarabani are at least playing better quality cricket even if the former turns out to be a net bowler.
Not sure why ervine and williams arent playing.

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