Zimbabweans in the UK/Europe Club Cricket (2022)

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

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Plenty of beer needed I reckon 🍻

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sloandog wrote:
Wed Jul 13, 2022 6:13 pm
Googly wrote:
Wed Jul 13, 2022 5:20 pm
beautiful innings. There's a heat wave in England with Monday Tuesday expected to be the highest temperatures ever on record. Watch for deaths from heat stroke :lol: The decks are normal southern hemisphere decks and the batters are absolutely plundering.
35 degrees this Saturday and 37 on Sunday. Double header for us....can't wait 👀
Feels like a QLD summer.
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Re: Zimbabweans in the UK/Europe Club Cricket (2022)

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PJ moor with 30 balls 74 in a domestic T20 game

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tej_27 wrote:
Fri Jul 29, 2022 12:55 pm
PJ moor with 30 balls 74 in a domestic T20 game
Is he eligible for the World Cup? That's going to be interesting. Will want to see how he is received.

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Ya I'm sure he would have timed it so he is eligible. I don't know for sure, but its highly likely. I heard a while back that the main reason for him leaving was him being unable to see eye to eye with Hamilton Masakadza. I don't know the circumstances, but they failed to get on.

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Googly wrote:
Fri Jul 29, 2022 2:49 pm
Ya I'm sure he would have timed it so he is eligible. I don't know for sure, but its highly likely. I heard a while back that the main reason for him leaving was him being unable to see eye to eye with Hamilton Masakadza. I don't know the circumstances, but they failed to get on.
I would like to think Hamilton was a fair man. EG.. He stuck up for Taylor earlier this year when the chairman was putting the boot in.
Who knows. Moor has always been average in one day matches but he has excelled at tests something we don't play a lot of

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TapsC2 wrote:
Fri Jul 29, 2022 1:04 pm
tej_27 wrote:
Fri Jul 29, 2022 12:55 pm
PJ moor with 30 balls 74 in a domestic T20 game
Is he eligible for the World Cup? That's going to be interesting. Will want to see how he is received.
Yes he is ..he last played T20 international against Singapore in oct 2019. He will finish his three years waiting period by the time wc begins also icc is leniant with one or two months for a major event like wc

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Donald wrote:
Fri Jul 29, 2022 3:58 pm
Googly wrote:
Fri Jul 29, 2022 2:49 pm
Ya I'm sure he would have timed it so he is eligible. I don't know for sure, but its highly likely. I heard a while back that the main reason for him leaving was him being unable to see eye to eye with Hamilton Masakadza. I don't know the circumstances, but they failed to get on.
I would like to think Hamilton was a fair man. EG.. He stuck up for Taylor earlier this year when the chairman was putting the boot in.
Who knows. Moor has always been average in one day matches but he has excelled at tests something we don't play a lot of
Lots of people would like to think that :lol:
Not what I've heard.

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127* for Welch today against Surrey.

They'll be signing him up soon!

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They need to push hard for Welch. We need him. Seems like the obvious target.

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