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JPNZ wrote:258/7 after 50. Good chance for the BCs here
How cruel.
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JPNZ wrote:258/7 after 50. Good chance for the BCs here
You went there didn’t you. Who are you talking about here? We’ll be 190/4 and then all out for 210.
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Its like watching one of those Middle East games in Sharjah, not a soul attends those either
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grievous wrote:Its like watching one of those Middle East games in Sharjah, not a soul attends those either
Almost the feeling you get watching a Waratahs home game
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Exciting stuff so far from the Blackcaps top order.

Guptill is racing along with 26 from 62.
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KW bites the dust. The Craps will be lucky to get 150 at this rate.

Followed quickly by Roscoe. FFS.
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Big Nipper wrote:
grievous wrote:Its like watching one of those Middle East games in Sharjah, not a soul attends those either
Almost the feeling you get watching a Waratahs home game
Watched a plenty empty stadium last week when I watched a SA match, not sure from which perch you are fapping from.
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That's us buggered. I'm off to bed.
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Enzedder wrote:That's us buggered. I'm off to bed.
nighty nite
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And Guppy holes out...
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5-96
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obelixtim wrote:KW bites the dust. The Craps will be lucky to get 150 at this rate.

Followed quickly by Roscoe. FFS.
150 was a bit optimistic...

Well they made it. But just as they were going well, Latham fizzles.
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100 up :)
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We have such a mental block when playing Straya.
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Plucky effort, but that is that.
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Shame about Latham- hes a great strokemaker- good to watch

Just lost concentration
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And another De Grandhomme special. It's comforting not to miss McMillan when you have the new generation throwing away their wicket as cheaply as this.
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:lol: We are laughably gash when playing Straya.

Big brother smashing us game after game.

Jesus Christ.
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Gash even when the umpire is totally on our side.
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Is this the best Kiwi XI???
Its like a development team.
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grievous wrote:Is this the best Kiwi XI???
Its like a development team.
Very gracious, grievous, as always.

Well done Australia, too good again.

Gee they are a tough side to bowl at home.
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jdogscoop wrote:
grievous wrote:Is this the best Kiwi XI???
Its like a development team.
Very gracious, grievous, as always.

Well done Australia, too good again.

Gee they are a tough side to bowl at home.
cmon its like they don't want to be out there, how many air shots tonight?
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grievous wrote:Is this the best Kiwi XI???
Its like a development team.
Yes, the development team that thrashed INdia, who beat your mob in the recent ODI series.
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Kiwias wrote:
grievous wrote:Is this the best Kiwi XI???
Its like a development team.
Yes, the development team that thrashed INdia, who beat your mob in the recent ODI series.
dont shoot the messenger bro
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Not good black caps. We softened them up for you.
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Feck.....they are just so hard to beat in their backyard. The pitch was a tough one - definitely a good toss to win - but their bowlers were bang on for the whole innings.

Gave nothing away, bowled to a plan - BC's couldn't get them to the fence.

Judging by the way things are going - that will be the one and only ODI in this series.
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Might be a good thing.

That horrible kind of bogey team who are better than you in every facet - at least at home.
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Loving the kiwi strip. :thumbup:
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The Optimist wrote:Loving the kiwi strip. :thumbup:
NZ win the battle of the uniforms, as usual. Shame about the cricket.

NZ gave India a towelling in all 3 ODI’s about 2 weeks back. Now we’re on the receiving end. Really enjoy watching the classy Aus bowling attack. Just too good.
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grievous wrote:
Kiwias wrote:
grievous wrote:Is this the best Kiwi XI???
Its like a development team.
Yes, the development team that thrashed INdia, who beat your mob in the recent ODI series.
dont shoot the messenger bro
Don't address the message either, bru.

Aus are our bogeyman team and it does not matter how well we play against anyone else, we struggle to match Aus, especially in Aus. That does not make the BCs a poor team.
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We have an extraordinarily good bowling lineup, under the right conditions, and a lethal opening batting combination.
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Australia are a very good side at home. That and our seeming mental block sees us struggle.
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Kiwias wrote:
grievous wrote:
Kiwias wrote:
grievous wrote:Is this the best Kiwi XI???
Its like a development team.
Yes, the development team that thrashed INdia, who beat your mob in the recent ODI series.
dont shoot the messenger bro
Don't address the message either, bru.

Aus are our bogeyman team and it does not matter how well we play against anyone else, we struggle to match Aus, especially in Aus. That does not make the BCs a poor team.
well they were last night, sorry
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Home and away consistency has gone out the window in international cricket. For the Blackcaps, playing in Australia is their biggest hurdle but then you compare this Australian team to teams of the past and they are chalk and cheese home vs away (and not just in the sub-continent). India’s ODI and test struggles in NZ are another example.
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grievous wrote:
Kiwias wrote:
grievous wrote:
Kiwias wrote:
grievous wrote:Is this the best Kiwi XI???
Its like a development team.
Yes, the development team that thrashed INdia, who beat your mob in the recent ODI series.
dont shoot the messenger bro
Don't address the message either, bru.

Aus are our bogeyman team and it does not matter how well we play against anyone else, we struggle to match Aus, especially in Aus. That does not make the BCs a poor team.
well they were last night, sorry
They had a bad night last night but one match does not make them a poor team.
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The one-day international (ODI) series between the Black Caps and Australia has been postponed after Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's address on Saturday.

The first ODI was played in Sydney on Friday behind closed doors and two more matches were scheduled in Australia.

The Twenty20 series between the two nations later this month has also been postponed.

"At 4.30pm this afternoon, the New Zealand Government tightened its border restrictions and included Australia on the list of countries from which those entering New Zealand would be subjected to a mandatory 14-day self-isolation period," a statement from New Zealand Cricket read.

"This new border restriction is to come into effect tomorrow at midnight (10pm Sydney time).

"A consequence of this is that we need to get our team back to New Zealand before the restriction is imposed, meaning it will not be able to participate in the two remaining Chappell-Hadlee fixtures.

"Arrangements are at this moment being made to fly the bulk of the squad home this evening.

"This development also means the three-match T20I series scheduled for New Zealand cannot proceed as the mandatory self-isolation period would also apply to the Australian squad as soon as it crossed the border into New Zealand.

"NZC believes both these series can be replayed in their entirety at a later and more appropriate date.

"NZC understands and supports the government's position. This is a time of unprecedented risk and peril, and the personal health and well-being of our players is paramount.

"David White will be available to speak to media about above in Auckland. Please contact Richard Boock if you need further information."

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Jacinda has basically cancelled the whole Super Rugby tournament for the next month or so by putting Australia on the list. The Brumbies won’t be able to travel to Auckland for next week’s game against the Blues as they will have to go in to mandatory quarantine for 14 days. Crusaders can’t come to Brisbane for their match against the Sunwolves as that will put them in to quarantine on return to NZ.

The Warriors won’t be able to fulfil their fixtures in the NRL home and away. Travel to Australia for away will put them in to quarantine on return. Visiting teams to NZ will have to go through that protocol.

The NZ election can’t come soon enough.
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Brumby_in_Vic wrote:Jacinda has basically cancelled the whole Super Rugby tournament for the next month or so by putting Australia on the list. The Brumbies won’t be able to travel to Auckland for next week’s game against the Blues as they will have to go in to mandatory quarantine for 14 days. Crusaders can’t come to Brisbane for their match against the Sunwolves as that will put them in to quarantine on return to NZ.

The Warriors won’t be able to fulfil their fixtures in the NRL home and away. Travel to Australia for away will put them in to quarantine on return. Visiting teams to NZ will have to go through that protocol.

The NZ election can’t come soon enough.
Yeah, it sucks but so would hundreds or thousands of people dying from a preventable disease.
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I'd think Australians would be quite happy. They've never wanted to share domestic sports competitions whether it's Cricket, Netball, Basketball, Soccer, League or GayFL. Hell most of them dont even want us to work or live in Australia.
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The NZ election can’t come soon enough
If she loses votes from this it will be for delaying it too long.

2/3rds of the country have been wanting this for a while but she was trying to hold off as long as possible.
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