Zimbabweans in the UK/Europe Club Cricket (2022)

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Googly
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4 reasonable innings in 7. Not a bad start at all.

I see Muyeye has received some coverage on the Vitality Blast platform for some good hitting in one innings, but didn't do that well aside from that, surprisingly.
County is desperate for good black players to improve their image. There's Bell-Drunmond (fine player) Rawlins and Muyeye, I can't think of any others. All 3 are decent.
I enjoy watching Bell Drummond, he's a serious batsman.

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Googly wrote:
Wed Jul 06, 2022 2:37 pm
4 reasonable innings in 7. Not a bad start at all.

I see Muyeye has received some coverage on the Vitality Blast platform for some good hitting in one innings, but didn't do that well aside from that, surprisingly.
County is desperate for good black players to improve their image. There's Bell-Drunmond (fine player) Rawlins and Muyeye, I can't think of any others. All 3 are decent.
I enjoy watching Bell Drummond, he's a serious batsman.
Watching Surrey tonight? I'm at the Oval, expecting fireworks from Jacks and Curran.

Reckon Tom Curran will ever get an England gig again? I doubt it

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Ya should be good. Rooting for Yorkshite, Surrey have the war chest to win everything and it's annoying.
T Curran should never have been near an England shirt imo.
Hes a good player, but there's better out there.
Surrey's influence on England selections is bullshit as well.

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Lyth and Kohler-Cadmore are great players. How Kohler-Cadmore is not in the Lions side is a bloody travesty. He's a serious batsman. Holding thumbs that he fires tonite.

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I'm willing to bet Curran won't do well. Been a long time out of the game.

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Fuck sake, Sam Curran on England duty I've just heard. Gutted. Yea I never rated Curran at all. Thought he was very lucky to have been given the extended run he had

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Ya was wondering what u were talking about :lol:
Sam has come of age with the bat. Stratospheric talent in T20 and I guess it will spill into 50 over. I predict a day not too far in the future where he won't even bowl.

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I'm trying to watch this game through an Indian stream that keeps getting interrupted by a strident c%£#£% on a loop ordering and begging u to bet 50 rupees and then being told by someone else that betting is dangerous.
I'd prefer phone calls from Nigerian princes than listen to these c£%*#*&%;%s !!!!! WTF is wrong with them??

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Re: Zimbabweans in the UK/Europe Club Cricket (2022)

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Cmon Sables, give us something good tonite!!!!!
Watching the Blast on my phone and rugby on TV :lol:

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Used to watch the boys in green at Police Grounds with 18000 Babweans, now there's 27 fans watching them in Flatheadsville. Eeish. PULL 'BABWE!!!

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