Discussion in 'Domestic Game Day' started by TheParraboy, Oct 20, 2017.
THE BIG SHOW 300 tomorrow?
imagine if Copelend bowled like that against the poms
275 not at the moment. Saaaaa many toys.
clean bowled by SOK for 278, what a dud
Dammit Renshaw falls for 18. Same pitch Mitch fracking Marsh made a 100.
Will be in the test side soon
Finally using your powers for good
They say you'r only as good as your last score.
Maxy - 16.
Love to know what in the hells happened to Renshaw.
Falls cheaply, Burns and Labu making massive runs.
poor bugger, confidence is shot id say
I'd say Renshaw may not have been part of any clique, and is a young pup too. Too much too soon.
These poor kids need to be handed an ex-cricket mentor with their Baggy Green.
Here you go Matt...Baggy # 449...and here's the contact details for Chris Rogers / Justin Langer / Matt Hayden / Mark Taylor / Mike Slater / Geoff Marsh / David Boon [choose one] etc. These fuggers have been there, done that. Call them, any time. Etc Etc.
All youngsters gotta go through this patch sooner or later. If he can get back will be the test.
generally when the confidence goes so does the footwork and the hands start reaching for the ball, looking at some of his dismissals he seems to be nicking himself out a fair bit
it will come back to him, he is pretty young
If only his last name was Marsh.
Stars up again on Thursday
Nine members of Australia's Test squad to tour South Africa will tune-up for the four-match series when the JLT Sheffield Shield resumes on Thursday.
Skipper Steve Smith (rested) and stand-in T20I captain David Warner will miss NSW's match in Perth, as will pace trio Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood and Pat Cummins, while wicketkeeper Tim Paine has been rested for Tasmania's game in Brisbane.
But Cameron Bancroft, Shaun Marsh, Mitchell Marsh, Jhye Richardson (all Western Australia), Peter Handscomb, Jon Holland (both Victoria), Nathan Lyon (NSW), Usman Khawaja (Queensland) and Jackson Bird (Tasmania) are all available to return to the first-class arena ahead of the showdown with the Proteas.
The Shield competition will resume with less than 12 points separating first-placed NSW and last-placed Victoria with five rounds to go before the final at the end of March.
Sheffield Shield Points Table
Pos. P W L D Bat Bowl Pts
1 New South Wales 5 3 1 1 2.34 3.6 24.94
2 Queensland 5 2 1 2 2.82 4.6 21.42
3 Tasmania 5 2 2 1 1.64 5 19.64
4 Western Australia 5 1 2 2 5.36 4.2 17.56
5 South Australia 5 1 2 2 4.16 3.9 16.06
6 Victoria 5 0 1 4 4.51 4.6 13.11
Western Australia v NSW Blues at the WACA Ground
The Blues have named five fast bowlers in a 13-man squad for their trip west, as well as Test spinner Nathan Lyon.
Following the retirement of Doug Bollinger and with their three Test quicks unavailable, NSW have named young paceman Charlie Stobo alongside uncapped right-armer Mickey Edwards.
The side will be captained by former Test wicketkeeper Peter Nevill, who pointed out the NSW squad has been back in red-ball mode longer than their WA-based opponents because of the Sydney clubs early exit in the BBL|07 season.
"With the BBL break there is no real momentum for any side, everyone starts fresh," Nevill told reporters in Sydney. "We get to take stock, reassess and hit thr ground running. We've had more red-ball preparation than our opponents, so in that sense we are the best prepared we can be.
"There's some exciting potential there (in the fast-bowling line-up), I'm very much looking forward to seeing what they can produce at this level."
The Warriors are expected to name their squad later today.
NSW Blues: Peter Nevill (c), Harry Conway, Trent Copeland, Ed Cowan, Mickey Edwards, Moises Henriques, Daniel Hughes, Nick Larkin, Nathan Lyon, Nic Maddinson, Kurtis Patterson, Gurinder Sandhu, Charlie Stobo
Blues would have had a decent attack if they were all allowed to play
Khawaja out for QLD v Tas,
Would have been his only Shield game before the test squad flies out to SA next week
Queensland will resume their JLT Sheffield Shield campaign without skipper Usman Khawaja, who was today ruled out of the clash against Tasmania with a thumb injury.
Khawaja hurt his thumb last month with the Sydney Thunder in the KFC BBL, and while scans revealed no fracture, the left-hander missed the Thunder’s final regular season match against the Melbourne Renegades in Canberra.
day 3 underway
Anyones game this one
NSW 204 and 3/77
QLD 255 and 9/271
Tas 115 (Wade golden quack)
Vic 7/313 (White 109*)
Did Wade smash his bat again???
MMarsh 4 fa against the Blues, he really ripped through the batting, we were doing OK till he came on
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