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Sven Roeder 7:17 Fri Jul 14
2nd Test England v South Africa at Trent Bridge
England unchanged

Captain Faf du Plessis returns , Duminy dropped
Rabada suspended so Duanne Olivier comes in and Chris Morris may replace du Bruyn.

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Sven Roeder 11:24 Mon Jul 24
Re: 2nd Test England v South Africa at Trent Bridge
Are there any BLACK or ASIAN players in the England women's cricket team?
Just Lesbians doesn't meet the diversity standards

joey5000 10:47 Mon Jul 24
Re: 2nd Test England v South Africa at Trent Bridge
stoneman 7:28 Sun Jul 23
Re: 2nd Test England v South Africa at Trent Bridge

There's a few nice ones in the women's cricket team to be fair.

Sven Roeder 8:17 Mon Jul 24
Re: 2nd Test England v South Africa at Trent Bridge
Richard Hadlee retired Wessels = scored 70 in the first innings, dismissed by Ewan Chatfield in the second innings of his last Test

Wessels 'retired' after the first Test of the 1985/86 series
The suspicion was that he was sidelined as he was involved in recruiting players to play in a rebel tour of South Africa.

VirginiaHam 2:41 Mon Jul 24
Re: 2nd Test England v South Africa at Trent Bridge
stoneman 7:28 Sun Jul 23

Wearing helmets against 65mph bowling? Slow motion fielding?

Struggling with this one, with all due respect to the fairer sex.......

East Auckland Hammer 1:25 Mon Jul 24
Re: 2nd Test England v South Africa at Trent Bridge
I love it how Richard Hadlee retired Wessels.

ChesterRd 1:15 Mon Jul 24
Re: 2nd Test England v South Africa at Trent Bridge
Great result for the England Ladies cricket team, brilliant finish to the game especially when the catch was dropped the ball before and it looked like it was not our day.

The the England Ladies football team beat Spain 2-0 in the Euros with Hammer Ellen White playing her part.

Well done girls! And so what is a few are lesbians, at least they are man enough to not live their life like a lie unlike those gay men playing football.

cygnet 11:51 Sun Jul 23
Re: 2nd Test England v South Africa at Trent Bridge
The way they managed to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat was impressive.

stoneman 7:28 Sun Jul 23
Re: 2nd Test England v South Africa at Trent Bridge
Nailed on BBC team of the year, ticks loads of boxes.

Female
Lesbians

I'm so glad I'm out of the country for a week because you are going to have nothing but those ugly dykes plastered on your screen saying how great they are and how they deserve equal pay with the men.

BRANDED 7:16 Sun Jul 23
Re: 2nd Test England v South Africa at Trent Bridge
Blimey. Turnaround init?

claretandbluedagger 7:14 Sun Jul 23
Re: 2nd Test England v South Africa at Trent Bridge
Ended up being a very exciting game. But is it exciting because of the lack of quality..?

joey5000 5:09 Sun Jul 23
Re: 2nd Test England v South Africa at Trent Bridge
Kaur isn't quite as explosive today.

CasualKen 3:41 Sun Jul 23
Re: 2nd Test England v South Africa at Trent Bridge
Does anyone know if the women's final is a sell out at Lords. Think they tell us a few more times

VirginiaHam 3:18 Sun Jul 23
Re: 2nd Test England v South Africa at Trent Bridge
nich the d 12:35 Sat Jul 22

and also contributes to the quota system!

LeroysBoots 2:59 Sun Jul 23
Re: 2nd Test England v South Africa at Trent Bridge
I guarantee that when we bowl we get zero lbw's

Takashi Miike 2:54 Sun Jul 23
Re: 2nd Test England v South Africa at Trent Bridge
glad I never had a bet, I was about to get on England when they were cruising about half an hour ago just three down. I'm not watching it but I wouldn't put anything past the cunts running the ICC

LeroysBoots 2:46 Sun Jul 23
Re: 2nd Test England v South Africa at Trent Bridge
This ladies wc final...fuck me every cunt is falling over themselves to make India win it...tge clowns running WC want it so badly to promote the game out there.

Some bizarre lbw' s against England thus far

I think it's called cheating in other sports

Sven Roeder 7:03 Sat Jul 22
Re: 2nd Test England v South Africa at Trent Bridge
Imran Tahir is one that came to mind later.

I am hoping we might see 4 foreign born players at times in the Ashes for Australia.
All are children of migrants
Matt Renshaw (moved to NZ aged 7 & to Brisbane a couple of years later) & Usman Khawaja (aged about 3 when his parents arrived from Pakistan) are most likely.
As a West Australian I'd like to see Aust use their best wicketkeeper Sam Whiteman (parents moved from Yorkshire when he was 2 or 3) and give more chances to Hilton Cartwright (parents were Zim farmers and fled when he was 11 before Mugabe tried to kill them).

nich the d 12:35 Sat Jul 22
Re: 2nd Test England v South Africa at Trent Bridge
Sven

Imran Tahir is Pakistani...

Eerie Descent 12:22 Sat Jul 22
Re: 2nd Test England v South Africa at Trent Bridge
Looking forward to seeing the 2 Englishmen bat for the Aussies in the Ashes, Sven?

Sven Roeder 11:52 Fri Jul 21
Re: 2nd Test England v South Africa at Trent Bridge
Kepler Wessels never captained Australia
He moved to Australia when S Africa were banned from Test cricket to play World Series Cricket for Packer.
When that ended he qualified to play for Australia and retired in the mid 80's.
S Africa were allowed to pick him in the early 90's when they returned to international cricket and were looking for someone with Test experience

A combination of the SA quota system and the money to be made has meant there has been a steady stream of mature aged Saffas moving to England over the years.
Along with those who have been born overseas and moved as children

Have S Africa had any players recently that have been born in another country?
Have they ever fielded an English born player?

Eerie Descent 11:43 Fri Jul 21
Re: 2nd Test England v South Africa at Trent Bridge
I suppose you're right, as pride is not something to be valued these days.

Mind you, he's already committed the ultimate sin of telling his fellow countrymen the best way of bowling out England's captain. But no one seemed too bothered.

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