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 Post subject: Re: Ashes 2019
PostPosted: Mon Aug 05, 2019 4:49 pm 
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happyhooker wrote:
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Smith needs 512 runs to overtake bradman in ashes runs scored.

What are the odds that he does it this series.

Congratulations Aussies, that was comprehensive. Apart from bonzaboy, you repellent, spite filled waste of oxygen.




Cry me a river. You can all dish it out can't you.

Dont like it coming back at you do you.

Weak England.

As per usual :lol:

Were you bullied as a child?


You would like to think that wouldn't you.

Face it you just arent as good as you all think you are.

And never really were :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: Ashes 2019
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Well played Aussies, that was some comeback. Smith was phenomenal and the major difference between the teams.

As for England that was poor, and a predictable failure given the silly decisions to -
1. Play Jimmy untested. Hope Broad has not been worked too hard as a result.
2. Play Roy high up the order.
3. Play Moeen at all. In fact that was just cruel.

The Aussie rookies will have their confidence bolstered by that performance. We need to come back quickly from this.


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bonzaboy wrote:
happyhooker wrote:
bonzaboy wrote:
happyhooker wrote:
Smith needs 512 runs to overtake bradman in ashes runs scored.

What are the odds that he does it this series.

Congratulations Aussies, that was comprehensive. Apart from bonzaboy, you repellent, spite filled waste of oxygen.




Cry me a river. You can all dish it out can't you.

Dont like it coming back at you do you.

Weak England.

As per usual :lol:

Were you bullied as a child?


You would like to think that wouldn't you.

Face it you just arent as good as you all think you are.

And never really were :lol:

No, we just think you're a c unt


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 Post subject: Re: Ashes 2019
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SaintK wrote:
bonzaboy wrote:
happyhooker wrote:
bonzaboy wrote:
happyhooker wrote:
Smith needs 512 runs to overtake bradman in ashes runs scored.

What are the odds that he does it this series.

Congratulations Aussies, that was comprehensive. Apart from bonzaboy, you repellent, spite filled waste of oxygen.




Cry me a river. You can all dish it out can't you.

Dont like it coming back at you do you.

Weak England.

As per usual :lol:

Were you bullied as a child?


You would like to think that wouldn't you.

Face it you just arent as good as you all think you are.

And never really were :lol:

No, we just think you're a c unt


Oh another one that needs a lolly. :lol:

Showing as much backbone as your much vaunted middle order.

Pathetic.


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 Post subject: Re: Ashes 2019
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bonzaboy wrote:
happyhooker wrote:
bonzaboy wrote:
happyhooker wrote:
Smith needs 512 runs to overtake bradman in ashes runs scored.

What are the odds that he does it this series.

Congratulations Aussies, that was comprehensive. Apart from bonzaboy, you repellent, spite filled waste of oxygen.




Cry me a river. You can all dish it out can't you.

Dont like it coming back at you do you.

Weak England.

As per usual :lol:

Were you bullied as a child?


You would like to think that wouldn't you.

Face it you just arent as good as you all think you are.

And never really were :lol:


Isn’t this the young guy/girl that dishes it out then disappears for weeks when loses :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: Ashes 2019
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slick wrote:
bonzaboy wrote:
happyhooker wrote:
bonzaboy wrote:
happyhooker wrote:
Smith needs 512 runs to overtake bradman in ashes runs scored.

What are the odds that he does it this series.

Congratulations Aussies, that was comprehensive. Apart from bonzaboy, you repellent, spite filled waste of oxygen.




Cry me a river. You can all dish it out can't you.

Dont like it coming back at you do you.

Weak England.

As per usual :lol:

Were you bullied as a child?


You would like to think that wouldn't you.

Face it you just arent as good as you all think you are.

And never really were :lol:


Isn’t this the young guy/girl that dishes it out then disappears for weeks when loses :lol:


Very big mouth, then the Boks reamed the Wobblies arses. Not seen for a couple of weeks after that.

He's a tosser.


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 Post subject: Re: Ashes 2019
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slick wrote:
bonzaboy wrote:
happyhooker wrote:
bonzaboy wrote:
happyhooker wrote:
Smith needs 512 runs to overtake bradman in ashes runs scored.

What are the odds that he does it this series.

Congratulations Aussies, that was comprehensive. Apart from bonzaboy, you repellent, spite filled waste of oxygen.




Cry me a river. You can all dish it out can't you.

Dont like it coming back at you do you.

Weak England.

As per usual :lol:

Were you bullied as a child?


You would like to think that wouldn't you.

Face it you just arent as good as you all think you are.

And never really were :lol:


Isn’t this the young guy/girl that dishes it out then disappears for weeks when loses :lol:


Yeah that's what I do dont I.

Not enjoying the loss hey?

Well with these mentally weak deficients that you have gathered from the Commonwealth turning out for you, start getting used to it.

Hopefully you can show a bit more fight in the remaining tests

Never a good idea fielding a team of mercenaries.

No soul you see :lol:



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 Post subject: Re: Ashes 2019
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I think you wrote that a bit too quickly. Try again


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 Post subject: Re: Ashes 2019
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Isn't bonzaboy the one who ran off and hid after his team copped an absolute battering in the World Cup, having been giving it large to everyone before then? :lol:

Congratulations Aussie, not a huge shock to anyone who's been following our test team for a while but still an impressive beating.

I'll admit to being slightly curious who these mercenaries are meant to be though :roll:


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 Post subject: Re: Ashes 2019
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Come on Englishers you’re better than that giving this oxygen thief oxygen.

Great game. Great comeback from the Aussies.

I must admit, I’ve kind of warmed to Smith over his return and comeback. To the extent I thought the crowd made themselves look the tw@ts in the end.

Great start to the ashes nonetheless. Great as a neutral anyway.

Assume Archer will be in round 2, and perhaps Starc.


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 Post subject: Re: Ashes 2019
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our "spinners" took 2/252 in the second innings. That's atrocious on that pitch.


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 Post subject: Re: Ashes 2019
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Wow, that was comprehensive. What can England take from this? The first innings was reasonable, they went 1-0 down in 2005 and came back to win and they essentially played this test a bowler down. After the Irish test though, I don’t know what their biggest headache will be, Steve Smith or their own batting.


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 Post subject: Re: Ashes 2019
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our "spinners" took 2/252 in the second innings. That's atrocious on that pitch.


Good call. I thought Lyon and Smith were the difference. Otherwise would be a lot closer game.


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 Post subject: Re: Ashes 2019
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OomPB wrote:
Look out for the sand paper.


a much overlooked comment.

Brilliant and insightful humour. They say the secret of good comedy is being funny and we've just seen it here.

Outstanding OomPB.

Made my day.


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 Post subject: Re: Ashes 2019
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Moncreif wrote:
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Look out for the sand paper.


a much overlooked comment.

Brilliant and insightful humour. They say the secret of good comedy is being funny and we've just seen it here.

Outstanding OomPB.

Made my day.


That's the classic Saffa humor we all know and love.


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 Post subject: Re: Ashes 2019
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Thomas wrote:
Moncreif wrote:
OomPB wrote:
Look out for the sand paper.


a much overlooked comment.

Brilliant and insightful humour. They say the secret of good comedy is being funny and we've just seen it here.

Outstanding OomPB.

Made my day.


That's the classic Saffa humor we all know and love.

I will have you know that in the last 2 days I have referred to Smith as one of the GOATS, and to Lyon as the best off break bowler in the world right now

We aren't all bad, but yeah our humour missed a few decades with isolation


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 Post subject: Re: Ashes 2019
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Geezus Christ bonzaboy. Give it a rest. I'm starting to realize why Australia are so lowly rated in the "teams that you support as a neutral" thread. :blush:

Let's win with some humility huh? (at least wait until the bloody series is finished, you're calling down the Mocker's here big time!)


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 Post subject: Re: Ashes 2019
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bonzaboy wrote:
happyhooker wrote:
bonzaboy wrote:
happyhooker wrote:
Smith needs 512 runs to overtake bradman in ashes runs scored.

What are the odds that he does it this series.

Congratulations Aussies, that was comprehensive. Apart from bonzaboy, you repellent, spite filled waste of oxygen.




Cry me a river. You can all dish it out can't you.

Dont like it coming back at you do you.

Weak England.

As per usual :lol:

Were you bullied as a child?


You would like to think that wouldn't you.

Face it you just arent as good as you all think you are.

And never really were :lol:



Can you just shut the fcuk up?
As well as embarrassing every Aussie on this bored, you obviously know fcuk all about cricket.
We haven’t won a series in England since 2001. 2001. That’s how “weak” England have been.


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 Post subject: Re: Ashes 2019
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Changes for the second test for Oz?

In the past we would have gone in with the same side just because they won. Better to approach the series as a whole and not blow our load too early.
Both Siddle and Pattinson can take a break for the next test. Siddle should not be worked too hard and Pattinson has a history of breaking down. Bring in Starc and Hazelwood who both have very good records at Lords and offer much more strike power.
We need to beef up the top 3. Bancroft out, move Khawaja up the order and bring Labuschagne in at 3. He adds another good bowling option, is an incredible fielder and has been scoring heavily in county cricket.

That should do it.


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 Post subject: Re: Ashes 2019
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rett wrote:
bonzaboy wrote:
happyhooker wrote:
bonzaboy wrote:
happyhooker wrote:
Smith needs 512 runs to overtake bradman in ashes runs scored.

What are the odds that he does it this series.

Congratulations Aussies, that was comprehensive. Apart from bonzaboy, you repellent, spite filled waste of oxygen.




Cry me a river. You can all dish it out can't you.

Dont like it coming back at you do you.

Weak England.


As per usual :lol:

Were you bullied as a child?


You would like to think that wouldn't you.

Face it you just arent as good as you all think you are.

And never really were :lol:



Can you just shut the fcuk up?
As well as embarrassing every Aussie on this bored, you obviously know fcuk all about cricket.
We haven’t won a series in England since 2001. 2001. That’s how “weak” England have been.


Isn’t Bazza a Sheep shagger? Don’t lose any sleep over his trolling.


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 Post subject: Re: Ashes 2019
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He’s not a Kiwi surely? If he is, and this isn’t an admission, I would like to apologise on behalf of the nation.

It’s some achievement though, being disowned by two countries.


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As of this ashes I am supporting England for reasons that are obvious.


I was until that crowd ... what a bunch or morons.


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 Post subject: Re: Ashes 2019
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He’s not a Kiwi surely? If he is, and this isn’t an admission, I would like to apologise on behalf of the nation.

It’s some achievement though, being disowned by two countries.


Very snecky of the Aussies to throw in that little doubt (calling him a kiwi). It’s called the reverse pavlova.

He’s an Aussie supporter and their burden to bare.


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He’s not a Kiwi surely? If he is, and this isn’t an admission, I would like to apologise on behalf of the nation.

It’s some achievement though, being disowned by two countries.


Very snecky of the Aussies to throw in that little doubt (calling him a kiwi). It’s called the reverse pavlova.

He’s an Aussie supporter and their burden to bare.


The reverse pavlova, is that like putting Chinese gooseberry on it?


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As of this ashes I am supporting England for reasons that are obvious.


I was until that crowd ... what a bunch or morons.


You reap what you sow.


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If they arent going to make any personnel changes to the English batting they should switch Roy and Denly. Roys never a test opener. Not sure Denly is either but certainly better suited than that ADHD hallion.


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That was a tough 2 days...the loss of Anderson was a huge blow. Fair play to Australia though - their bowlers were as good as expected, and Smith held the batting together when a lesser man could have got swept away. Amazing stuff.

If I was selecting for the next test I'd drop Denly and Moeen. I might be tempted to try Dom Sibley at the top of the order, and push Roy down to 4, replacing Denly. Leach in for Moeen - although Leach wasn't exactly amazing with the ball against Ireland. Lastly I'd bring in Archer if fit, but assuming he isn't I'd go with Sam Curran. Lacks raw pace so I could understand if they picked Stone again, but Curran offers variety and batting...which clearly we need.


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That was a tough 2 days...the loss of Anderson was a huge blow. Fair play to Australia though - their bowlers were as good as expected, and Smith held the batting together when a lesser man could have got swept away. Amazing stuff.

If I was selecting for the next test I'd drop Denly and Moeen. I might be tempted to try Dom Sibley at the top of the order, and push Roy down to 4, replacing Denly. Leach in for Moeen - although Leach wasn't exactly amazing with the ball against Ireland. Lastly I'd bring in Archer if fit, but assuming he isn't I'd go with Sam Curran. Lacks raw pace so I could understand if they picked Stone again, but Curran offers variety and batting...which clearly we need.

What happened to that promising young opener of yours, had a great debut series in India a few years ago? I think you need a pace bowler who hits above 90miles per hour - is Archer not the obvious pick?


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 Post subject: Re: Ashes 2019
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Is Rashid out of the picture? He was picked last summer, and he’s an established spinner who can bat.

I always like to see a leggie, just for the variety.


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That was a tough 2 days...the loss of Anderson was a huge blow. Fair play to Australia though - their bowlers were as good as expected, and Smith held the batting together when a lesser man could have got swept away. Amazing stuff.

If I was selecting for the next test I'd drop Denly and Moeen. I might be tempted to try Dom Sibley at the top of the order, and push Roy down to 4, replacing Denly. Leach in for Moeen - although Leach wasn't exactly amazing with the ball against Ireland. Lastly I'd bring in Archer if fit, but assuming he isn't I'd go with Sam Curran. Lacks raw pace so I could understand if they picked Stone again, but Curran offers variety and batting...which clearly we need.

What happened to that promising young opener of yours, had a great debut series in India a few years ago? I think you need a pace bowler who hits above 90miles per hour - is Archer not the obvious pick?


Hameed? Had a horror season - was averaging about 9 last year. Did start this season better but faded again - he just needs to put some runs together before he gets another shot - it would be a hail mary to bring him in now.

I agree about Archer but it's about fitness...and after Anderson's injury it would be tough to bring in a guy who is not 100%. If he's fit then he's in I'd imagine.

Wood is completely out for the season I think. Stone is a 90+ bowler and played against Ireland, so he might be the next option.


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Is Rashid out of the picture? He was picked last summer, and he’s an established spinner who can bat.

I always like to see a leggie, just for the variety.


Was struggling with an injury...shoulder I think.


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penguin wrote:
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Is Rashid out of the picture? He was picked last summer, and he’s an established spinner who can bat.

I always like to see a leggie, just for the variety.


Was struggling with an injury...shoulder I think.


I guess the issue with Rashid his is inability to create pressure. He always has 1 or 2 deliveries in an over that are loose. But he does turn the ball a lot more than Ali and is probably more likely to score runs.

I think moving Woakes up the order might be something they try. I reckon they'lll stick with Roy - move Woakes to 5 or 6 and push Buttler down. Leach will come in for Ali and then someone will need to come in for Anderson (archer not fit yet??)


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 Post subject: Re: Ashes 2019
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penguin wrote:
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penguin wrote:
That was a tough 2 days...the loss of Anderson was a huge blow. Fair play to Australia though - their bowlers were as good as expected, and Smith held the batting together when a lesser man could have got swept away. Amazing stuff.

If I was selecting for the next test I'd drop Denly and Moeen. I might be tempted to try Dom Sibley at the top of the order, and push Roy down to 4, replacing Denly. Leach in for Moeen - although Leach wasn't exactly amazing with the ball against Ireland. Lastly I'd bring in Archer if fit, but assuming he isn't I'd go with Sam Curran. Lacks raw pace so I could understand if they picked Stone again, but Curran offers variety and batting...which clearly we need.

What happened to that promising young opener of yours, had a great debut series in India a few years ago? I think you need a pace bowler who hits above 90miles per hour - is Archer not the obvious pick?


Hameed? Had a horror season - was averaging about 9 last year. Did start this season better but faded again - he just needs to put some runs together before he gets another shot - it would be a hail mary to bring him in now.

I agree about Archer but it's about fitness...and after Anderson's injury it would be tough to bring in a guy who is not 100%. If he's fit then he's in I'd imagine.

Wood is completely out for the season I think. Stone is a 90+ bowler and played against Ireland, so he might be the next option.


Even if Wood was fit then he’s still a game or two away from injury. His body wouldn’t let him last 5 continuous days let alone a series of four tests. Which is a pity because he’s quite sharp and hurries the batsmen.

Edit: that is the four remaining tests.


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 Post subject: Re: Ashes 2019
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He’s not a Kiwi surely? If he is, and this isn’t an admission, I would like to apologise on behalf of the nation.

It’s some achievement though, being disowned by two countries.


Very snecky of the Aussies to throw in that little doubt (calling him a kiwi). It’s called the reverse pavlova.

He’s an Aussie supporter and their burden to bare.



Someone posted earlier, suggesting he’s an expat Saffer. I really don’t give a shit about his nationality-could certainly be an Aussie-we’ve plenty like him. Fcukwit.


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He’s not a Kiwi surely? If he is, and this isn’t an admission, I would like to apologise on behalf of the nation.

It’s some achievement though, being disowned by two countries.


Very snecky of the Aussies to throw in that little doubt (calling him a kiwi). It’s called the reverse pavlova.

He’s an Aussie supporter and their burden to bare.



Someone posted earlier, suggesting he’s an expat Saffer. I really don’t give a shit about his nationality-could certainly be an Aussie-we’ve plenty like him. Fcukwit.


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Wood is pretty average and not very bright either. A Test bowling average of over 37 doesn’t exactly scream world class. He’s also only played 51 first class matches in his life, and he’s nearly 30!

Archer and Stone both have much better domestic records and are just as quick.


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Archer takes 6-27 for Sussex 2nd XI
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Archer takes 6-27 for Sussex 2nd XI
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He looks like a scary prospect to face - i am sure he will cause havoc in that paper thin Aussie middle order


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Look out for the sand paper.


a much overlooked comment.

Brilliant and insightful humour. They say the secret of good comedy is being funny and we've just seen it here.

Outstanding OomPB.

Made my day.

My pleasure. :lol:


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Archer takes 6-27 for Sussex 2nd XI
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Imagine what he might do in the 1st XI?


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