Zimbabweans in franchise league

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pillowprocter
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Re: Zimbabweans in franchise league

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Didn't even get a bat

pillowprocter
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Re: Zimbabweans in franchise league

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CPL performance:

Raza - 4 off 10 and 0/18 (2)
Williams - 26 off 22

Crastle_cog
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Re: Zimbabweans in franchise league

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Willo with the highest score for the kings 47(30) and Raza with a 13 ball 23 , 1-21( 4 overs) as their team get a comprehensive win.

TapsC2
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Adding franchise gigs to Sean Williams' semi retirement plan might keep him around for a while. Clearly hasn't lost his touch. Raza I guess by default has joined this semi retiment plan with all the T20 tournaments he participates in. I doubt we will see any of them playing in the Logan Cup which takes up about 90% of the domestic calendar.

The main question now I guess is how does Ervine proceed in terms of his overall involvement? I can see themselves setting targets to assess how they are physically, performance wise and mentally. Maybe assess after the 2024 T20 World Cup, then the England test and then maybe even the 2026 T20 world Cup and miraculously even the 2027 ODI world Cup.

These are all achievable targets as long as the kids aren't performing. I can see how Sean and Raza could pull it off but I have doubts about Ervine(mainly performance doubts).

Another interesting one will be a sober BT possibly making a come back if the big 3 are still playing. Can they convince themselves to push on if they are being treated so well like they are all admitting and the kids aren't performing? I guess time will tell.

TapsC2
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The irony of them being in the same team as Chris Sole as well :lol: that's the beauty of sport I guess. Somebody has to lose at the end of the day. Sole himself didn't get over the line after having worked so hard against us. It's emotionally draining at the highest level of any sport.

Pat_Bee
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TapsC2 wrote:
Fri Aug 18, 2023 6:17 am
Another interesting one will be a sober BT possibly making a come back if the big 3 are still playing. Can they convince themselves to push on if they are being treated so well like they are all admitting and the kids aren't performing? I guess time will tell.
Slowly but surely the BT comeback is gaining momentum :lol:

Marshmallow
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SKNpatriots signed Muzarabani for Cpl.

Pat_Bee
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Tawanda in the hundred looking nervy and liking the quick single :lol:

Pat_Bee
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Brief stay with 11 off 12.

Googly
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Re: Zimbabweans in franchise league

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Poor shot. Should have been on his front foot.
Hes filled out, used to be a skinny guy

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