Zimbabwean Wicket Keepers

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Pat_Bee
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Re: Zimbabwean Wicket Keepers

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Word is young Naqvi is better than the lot. Reflexes like a cat and hands like Velcro.

secretzimbo
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Re: Zimbabwean Wicket Keepers

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Madande's glovework isn't great and we need to admit that. Potentially a gun with the bat but his keeping will need a lot of hard work. And of course the harder you work on that, the less time you have to work on batting.

He only took up keeping seriously at around the age of 18 or so I believe.

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Re: Zimbabwean Wicket Keepers

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Pat_Bee wrote:
Sat Nov 04, 2023 7:30 pm
Word is young Naqvi is better than the lot. Reflexes like a cat and hands like Velcro.
Best keeper of the lot by far, Naqvi is so confident he doesn't bother about pads and has been quoted as saying "gloves are for nonces", doesn't even wear them when he's bowling or selecting the team

Googly
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Re: Zimbabwean Wicket Keepers

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:lol:

Pat_Bee
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Re: Zimbabwean Wicket Keepers

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Train Driver wrote:
Sun Nov 05, 2023 10:00 am
Pat_Bee wrote:
Sat Nov 04, 2023 7:30 pm
Word is young Naqvi is better than the lot. Reflexes like a cat and hands like Velcro.
Best keeper of the lot by far, Naqvi is so confident he doesn't bother about pads and has been quoted as saying "gloves are for nonces", doesn't even wear them when he's bowling or selecting the team
That’s the spirit yo

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