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Thread: GLAMMY

  1. #3981

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    We were ahead after 3 overs but just seemed to get bogged down , ah well…I don’t think an away quarter final at Birmingham or Lancashire would go well !

  2. #3982

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    Seven overs a side is no sort of game. I appreciate that both sides wanted a win rather that just a point but they could have just tossed a coin.

  3. #3983

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    The batting against Middlesex was amazing, but it was a one off in a season of below average stuff. One of the pleasant surprises of this season is that Colin Ingram is rolling back the years and more than doing his bit for the team in all formats, but, apart from that one game, the support for him has been unreliable and it must be said that Lauschagne's T20 impact was nowhere near what the county must have been hoping for. A shame that Hogan had a bit of a nightmare because, with the possible exception of Neser, he's still clearly Glamorgan's best bowler - we could spend a lot of money on a good overseas replacement for him next season and he would still probably not be as influential as Hogan is.

  4. #3984

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    Worse ways to start a match !!!! Nesers on fire

  5. #3985

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    Good morning session this!

  6. #3986

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    84-5 at lunch, looks a green pitch, but they often do on the first morning.

  7. #3987

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    Find it slightly odd Australia have moved on from Neser but some result for Glammy he's here all summer.

  8. #3988

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pedro de la Rosa View Post
    Find it slightly odd Australia have moved on from Neser but some result for Glammy he's here all summer.
    Hell of a result for us. He is in cracking bowling form. Still think we've only really seen half of him aswell. He's been a genuine all rounder through his career , if his batting clicks he makes us even stronger

  9. #3989

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    Shocking start to the first innings this. Lloyd, Harris as a night watchman, and Ingram out for not very much at all. 18-3 in response to 271.

  10. #3990

    Re: GLAMMY

    Oh dear, 18-3 in reply to Worcestershire’s 271.

  11. #3991

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    32-3 at the close.

  12. #3992

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    A month shy of six years this thread has plagued this forum. I'd sooner peruse discussions about verrucas, warts and ingrown toenails than this middle class cricket shite which seems to have become a pretext to plaster corporate adverts on the pitch, its boundaries, the players, umpires and probably the wickets too.

    Where's Moggis and his merry men... more to the point, why hasn't this thread been shoed to the Alternative Forum where it belongs?

  13. #3993

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    Up yours Oggy Moggy.

  14. #3994

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    Quote Originally Posted by the other bob wilson View Post
    The batting against Middlesex was amazing, but it was a one off in a season of below average stuff. One of the pleasant surprises of this season is that Colin Ingram is rolling back the years and more than doing his bit for the team in all formats, but, apart from that one game, the support for him has been unreliable and it must be said that Lauschagne's T20 impact was nowhere near what the county must have been hoping for. A shame that Hogan had a bit of a nightmare because, with the possible exception of Neser, he's still clearly Glamorgan's best bowler - we could spend a lot of money on a good overseas replacement for him next season and he would still probably not be as influential as Hogan is.
    Agree with all of the above.

  15. #3995

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kind of Blue View Post
    Shocking start to the first innings this. Lloyd, Harris as a night watchman, and Ingram out for not very much at all. 18-3 in response to 271.
    Lloyd has had a pretty awful season with the bat. Surprised he's still in a job based on what he's done in all forms of the game.

  16. #3996

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taffy Blue in Berkshire View Post
    Lloyd has had a pretty awful season with the bat. Surprised he's still in a job based on what he's done in all forms of the game.
    Lloyd is averaging 25 with the bat and that isn’t close to good enough for an opener. Plus his other regular opener before Byrom was fit was Salter! We have barely had any decent opening stands all season. Lloyd isn’t really an opener and Salter certainly isn’t.

  17. #3997

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    38-5. The season is falling away. The feeble batting effort on Friday night has now been followed by this. Very poor. Carlson isn’t progressing in the way I had hoped.

  18. #3998

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    114-8, Byrom could end up carrying his bat.

    Meanwhile, Eoin Morgan retires from international cricket - he, more than anyone else, transformed how England played one day cricket.

  19. #3999

    Re: GLAMMY

    328 needed to win

  20. #4000

    Re: GLAMMY

    Quote Originally Posted by poc View Post
    328 needed to win
    Nearly two hundred more than in their first innings then - Worcestershire haven’t made themselves completely safe from defeat, but, apart from one record breaking stand, our batting has been poor lately.

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