Discussion in 'Domestic Game Day' started by Patorick, Jul 25, 2013.
Good news all round.
Besides Dan Smith...
Dan Smith is a cannon on his day.
Oh, and f**k the BBL and everything it's done to Australian cricket.
Sean Abbott is a really good pick up and Lyon and O'Keefe offer a very good spin attack. Why do we keep bring lumb back thou he has been pretty rubbish in his 2 stints thus far.
Both really good players on their day.
Only problem is they only have two or three of these days a season.
The Lumb one is a bit strange. He's been pidgeonholed as a T20 cricketer and he's solid on his day, but he's hardly brilliant.
The 6ers are the team that has made the strangest use of the foreign player rule. No real superstars unlike what the other 7 have done.
Having said that, they won a champions league so they must have some idea what they're doing.
In a sense.
The continued use of Dan Smith as Haddin's backup suggests otherwise.
You're right about the odd use of internationals too. Hopefully they can get that Sri Lankan offie Senaneyake back, depending on availability.
Would love too see one of the Australian teams give Tamim Iqbal of Bangladesh a go. He's a gem.
Not too much signing news this week.
Interesting that the Renegades have a home match on what is Day 5 of the Boxing Day Test. Might go along to it.
Eoin Morgan > Thunder
Shoaib Malik > Hobart
Dimitri Mascarenhas > Hobart (Not sure if he qualifies as an Australian or not, probably not).
No love for Shakib al Hasan or Tamim Iqbal?
I'm not sure if it's true but i heard Shakib got an offer from Adelaide Strikers last season but he declined.
Nasir Hossain would also be a great buy for any team. He is the best youngster going around in world cricket.
Eoin Morgan is a fantastic addition to Thunder.
Ravi Bopara & Mark Cosgrove > Sydney Sixers.
Probably a long shot...
Dwayne Smith > Perth
Jake Doran -> Thunder
Jeremy Maher -> Thunder
Ben Dwarshuis -> Sixers
Alfonso Thomas -> Perth
Sam Rainbird -> Hobart
I do believe Jos Buttler will be playing for the Renegades, too.
Dilshan has signed with the Sydney Thunder. He is available after Sri Lanka's ODI's against Pakistan finish on Dec 27th.
f**king abomination of a game. A cancer on cricket & loved by idiots who have no knowledge about cricket.
Better than ODI's tbh
And also loved by some cricket tragics who have Wisden Almanacs from the 1960s.
20/20 is cricket with the skill taken out of it.
which means its just a slightly less-retarded version of baseball
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