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Yep, great result for England and another great result is possible for The Bears against Wankashire - excellent performance from Neil Carter to put us in a strong position.

Agreed about the 'youth' of the Engalnd squad and there is another player who appears to have great class - James Taylor of Leicestershire.

I think I heard Warks have made enquiries about 'buying-up' his contract; reckon he would be a great acquisition. It may enhance his England propects moving from bottom of 2nd Divison to top 3 of the 1st.

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Great game and result - need to finish them off at the true home of cricket - Edgbaston(!!!).

At least India have an upcomong tour of Australia to rebuild their shattered confidence!!!! :D

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Yep, great result for England and another great result is possible for The Bears against Wankashire - excellent performance from Neil Carter to put us in a strong position.
Another dodgy pitch @ Liverppol - so 189 is probably a good score.

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Currently 181-6, Troughton just went for 49. Hopefully we can get to 250 at least.

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Ah ! I didnt realise they had dodgy pitches there, so take your point.

However, I wonder if they will have 8 points deducted for it - like we did :evil:

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280 all out, Woakes with 60. What a player he's going to be and a Villa fan :)

Just seen that Lancashire had 40 extras, with 28 no balls. :shock:

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Another dodgy pitch @ Liverppol - so 189 is probably a good score.

Ah ! I didnt realise they had dodgy pitches there, so take your point.

However, I wonder if they will have 8 points deducted for it - like we did :evil:

Completely different - Warks were fined for a badly prepared pitch, the liverpool pitch is a results pitch. That's the advantage a home team are allowed - I didn't mean to infer underhand methods - 'dodgy' probably an incorrect choice. "Another 'lively' pitch" would have been more approproate.

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Conditions up here as well would have played a part - warm, humid - great for bowling, not for batting.

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Bears 108-4 and need another 180-odd. Looks like a draw or possible Lancs win.

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Bears need rain, no chance of winning but i can see them collapsing to Keedy like they did at Edgbaston.

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5 down. Need 94 to win, not sure how long is left in the game. No more than 15 overs I'd imagine.

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8 down now.

**** **** ****.

Presume they've taken the extra half hour too.

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God that was close,221 -8 match drawn, Bears did their best to lose ,losing 2 wickets in last but one over.

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Not the Bears but have you seen the third wicket stand for Hampshire in their game against Yorkshire.... wait for it

523 :shock:

That's the biggest I can ever remember seeing. Wow, just wow.

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Memories of Humpage and Kalli, 470 4th wicket stand vs Lancs. And Warks went and lost that match.

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Not the Bears but have you seen the third wicket stand for Hampshire in their game against Yorkshire.... wait for it

523 :shock:

That's the biggest I can ever remember seeing. Wow, just wow.

Was that Carberry? Nice to see him getting runs.

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