Edmundo said:Sorry to be pedantic, but he can't have "scored the leg bye that won the Durban Test" as leg byes are extras and don't count for the batsman! :computer:
The H said:its hard with so many Middlesex players in the England team, we should adopt Slurrey tactics of employing lots of 35 year old journeyman cricketers that aren't good enough for England
At Chelmsford in 1983 Surrey managed to get 14 runs in one innings.maddogging said:didn't realise the Middlesex team are such big England fans, 49 all out, ready in time for kick off, hahah, pathetic rofl rofl
California Bee said:At Chelmsford in 1983 Surrey managed to get 14 runs in one innings.
The H said:its hard with so many Middlesex players in the England team,
Holysmit said:We still won the league and dominated domestic cricket when we had the whole squad in the England team, the only problem was England never won.
The H said:he was told not to play for Middlesex after he came back from India.
Banana said:California Bee
Brentford is NOT in the disbanded political concept that was middlesex, it is in London - FACT.
p.s. Middlesex play in London too
California Bee said:In a few years the loyal people of Middlesex, like those of Rutland did, will rise
to restore Middlesex to its rightful historic place as the leading county of England in which London holds a place of honour, where Westminster is its capital and where Brentford rules the Premiership.
The H said:seems like you answered your own question..... and they're all still playing for Surrey... lol
The H said:you forgot Jimmy Ormond, who amazingly is 'only 28' lol he must have got his passport renewed at Roger Milla's office....
oldgreenfordian said:Not much danger of Sussex beating Middx with our captain's safety-first approach of setting 450+ and giving himself less than a full day to bowl opposition out.
Can't be too careful, Chris!
Adams Out! (mutters ,'******'.........)
West Ealing Bee said::scratch:
There are two days left in this game and if you are talking about last week then with no Naved and Mushtaq who was going to take the wickets.
The basic fact is that the CC points system rewards not losing.
BBC Sport said:But all the attention was on Langer, who played down his achievement at the close of play and thanked Somerset for giving him the chance of some match practice ahead of the Ashes series this winter.
oldgreenfordian said:The fact that we were without Naved and Mushtaq made it even more unlikely that we would bowl them out in a day.As it was we took seven wickets.
At the close on the previous night, we were 431 ahead and there was not much chance of losing with the likes of Kirtley, Lewry and Arafat in the attack.
We should have left them around 380 and given ourselves an hour or so at them before stumps.
Sometimes you have to accept a risk, but I contend that Sussex, even without their two best bowlers, could have contained Kent with a depleted attack had they failed to take the wickets that they did.
Frightened of losing a local derby?