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Title: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: 100% Barataria on December 15, 2009, 09:58:26 PM
Australia batting 76 w/o loss.  Links:

http://www.cricketstream.net/server2.htm
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 15, 2009, 10:12:49 PM
we need ah wicket .
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: 100% Barataria on December 15, 2009, 10:20:30 PM
we need ah wicket .

Watson was dropped on 7, did not see the chance
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 15, 2009, 10:26:22 PM
Weeper and 1slip was close . it got the edge and Ramdin moved for it down to his right knee ,but didnt go . Let it go to Gayle who dropped to left and had the ball  in his both hands ,and popped it out .
Both ah them f**k up ,both could have caught it .
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: 100% Barataria on December 15, 2009, 10:29:07 PM
Weeper and 1slip was close . it got the edge and Ramdin moved for it down to his right knee ,but didnt go . Let it go to Gayle who dropped to left and had the ball  in his both hands ,and popped it out .
Both ah them f**k up ,both could have caught it .

Yeah, just saw the replay, can't have those types of errors at this level, at lunch I gone to meh bed
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 15, 2009, 10:30:19 PM
If they ent getting ah wicket in ah about 1 hour screw it I going and sleep .It might end up being a 500 for OZ
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 15, 2009, 11:40:53 PM
Whooooooo big click ,no ton on us for Watson 89 .
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 15, 2009, 11:44:50 PM
hhaaahahha ponting get wack on he elbow from Roach .he need the spray
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 15, 2009, 11:47:32 PM
next ball straight in he ribs ouch  :rotfl: Well if he was not losing sleep over Kemar before ,he go lose some tonite lol .
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 15, 2009, 11:50:28 PM
The Com say he says hes not worried about Roach ,but his elbows and ribs are lol
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 15, 2009, 11:53:28 PM
Roach is the f**king Man whooeee.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 16, 2009, 12:06:16 AM
We need a few more before tea.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 16, 2009, 12:08:40 AM
bring in Tonge from the next end we want pace from both sides ,even Ravi .
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 16, 2009, 12:12:02 AM
It swelling  ;D hit him one in he helmet now lol
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 16, 2009, 12:19:54 AM
Ricky hit him for ah 6 and 4 lol.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 16, 2009, 12:24:07 AM
lost my link  >:(
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 16, 2009, 12:26:47 AM
eh plenty link che http://www.ctntworld.com/livestream/index.html

Ricky off to the Hospital .
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 16, 2009, 12:28:46 AM
eh plenty link che http://www.ctntworld.com/livestream/index.html

Ricky off to the Hospital .

 :beermug:
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 16, 2009, 12:35:21 AM
he break he arm yah know .
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 16, 2009, 12:36:24 AM
hahahaha
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Bitter on December 16, 2009, 06:05:31 AM
After all th kicks is 339/3

This smelling like a next 3 day debacle. We cyah out them men atalll
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Bitter on December 16, 2009, 06:07:53 AM
Bumped and bruised Australia finish in comfort
The Bulletin by Peter English
December 16, 2009
Australia 3 for 339 (Katich 99, Watson 89, Hussey 81*) v West Indies

Australia's summer of batting near misses and bouts of pain continued, but they won't be too bothered after staying well ahead of West Indies on the opening day of the final Test. While Ricky Ponting was forced to retire hurt with a throbbing left elbow and Simon Katich and Shane Watson left agonisingly close to deserved centuries, the hosts quickly forgot about their below-par performance in Adelaide and were on track for a series win after posting a formidable 3 for 339.

Ponting's elbow was the greatest concern for the hosts after he walked off on 23, but he was cleared by x-rays and will bat when required. The damage for West Indies, who could not provide lasting support for Kemar Roach, could stay a bit longer on a pitch that looked fun for batting - except when Roach was operating.

Roach woke the tourists from their morning slumber during a five-over burst from the Lillee-Marsh End in the middle session, forcing Ponting's retirement and removing Watson for 89. Strangely, he was not given the ball again until the second new ball was taken and was allowed an over into the wind before being replaced. He walked off with 1 for 67 in 13 overs, figures which don't reveal the damage he caused.

In between Roach's spells the spinners strangled Katich and Michael Clarke, giving some justification to the strange method of employing them both straight after tea. Katich was the most unfortunate, finding square leg with his sweep of Sulieman Benn to register his second 99 in Tests. He left without emotion but it was a wasted opportunity that maintained Australia's record of not owning a century in the three-match series.

At least Watson didn't briefly lose his mind, with Roach's sharp ball going away and brushing his edge on 89, but it didn't ease the pain of missing a maiden hundred, just as he did after reaching 96 in Adelaide last week. The day began with a 132-run stand between Watson and Katich, a partnership which was so comfortable it seemed like they would be unhappy if they didn't reach 600. By stumps, on a pitch missing the traditional steepling bounce, Hussey had taken them to comfort with a bright 81.

Smart stats

Simon Katich fell on 99 for the second time in his Test career, joining seven other batsmen who've suffered this fate. The only other Australian in the group is Greg Blewett.
Australia lead quite comfortably in terms of batsmen who've been dismissed for 99 - it's happened to them 22 times, nine more than England, who are in second place.
Michael Hussey's half-century is the 13th for Australia in this series, but no batsman has managed a hundred yet. West Indies have five 50-plus scores, of which two have been converted into hundreds.
In seven innings, Katich and Shane Watson have added 644 runs for the first wicket at an average of 71.55, with two century stands.
Ponting headed for hospital shortly before tea after being shaken by the spell of Roach, who had picked up the captain twice in the series. Life was immediately uncomfortable for Ponting, who ducked and turned his head in response to a 146kph short ball that arrived as his second delivery.

His arm remained high to take the impact and following a delay for treatment he was breathing deeply again when hit in the stomach jumping back to Roach. Ponting is now 34 and was noticeably slow at the start, although Roach had some inspiration after the captain said in the lead-up to the match that the extra speed did not worry him.

The injury continued to bother Ponting for the next 36 minutes and he managed to ignore the pain briefly to pull Roach for six, not worrying about the two men on the boundary. However, he was grimacing again following a pull off Dwayne Bravo and went off to give Hussey a chance to secure his spot.

On his home ground, Hussey produced his most authoritative innings of the series, pulling powerfully on occasions and working the ball cleverly. His innings peaked with three fours in Roach's opening over with the second new ball and he will be desperate to reach three figures on the second morning when he resumes with Marcus North (23).

Katich held everything together during his considered display, giving the strike to Watson as the allrounder entertained with pulls, cuts and crisp drives during his 15 boundaries. After surviving a drop from Chris Gayle at first slip on 7, Watson moved freely throughout and a pull and an on-drive took him to 89, but he slipped against Roach and walked off without a lengthy bat raise.

For most of the morning Katich was content to complement Watson and had scored 4 by the time his partner was 27. He was the ideal support for Watson and then Ponting, attempting to help his leader through the discomfort. There were brief bursts, with a couple of boundaries in overs from Bravo and Gavin Tonge, but he lost focus at the wrong moment. Clarke followed with a rash shot on 11 to hand Narsingh Deonarine a reward for his casual offspin.

Deonarine and Travis Dowlin had come in for the injured Shivnarine Chanderpaul and Adrian Barath, leaving West Indies to hope for a small first-innings target in their push to level the series. Tonge was called in for his debut, replacing Darren Sammy, and he found it difficult to offer Roach any long-term help. Tonge went for five an over and Ravi Rampaul and Bravo created few moments of fear for the hosts.

The spinners combined for 37 overs and reduced the run-rate after tea, but the visitors will have to create more chances, rather than waiting for things to happen, if they are to challenge over the final four days. At the moment Roach is the only real danger to Ponting and his men. As the captain re-discovered, his threat is serious.

Peter English is the Australasia editor of Cricinfo

http://www.cricinfo.com/ausvwi09/content/current/story/439611.html
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: weary1969 on December 16, 2009, 11:15:35 AM
After all th kicks is 339/3


COSIGNNNNNN
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Deeks on December 16, 2009, 04:41:02 PM
What all yuh want? Blood!!!!!!
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 16, 2009, 05:39:12 PM
What all yuh want? Blood!!!!!!

We want T&T secession .
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: TdotTrini on December 16, 2009, 08:57:58 PM
4 for 355.
hussey ou for 82
caugth Ramdin,Bowl Ravi.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 16, 2009, 08:59:29 PM
Ravi  :wavetowel:
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Bitter on December 16, 2009, 09:39:30 PM
What all yuh want? Blood!!!!!!

406/4

Somebody bleeding
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Deeks on December 16, 2009, 09:43:47 PM
Che,
            you like that damn beaver in caddyshack!!!
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: rotatopoti3 on December 16, 2009, 09:57:05 PM
D rate Australia goin...dey goe declare fuh 800...Ah feel we lasting at least 4 days in tis test cause Australia decide to bat first.....dey save us d embarassment of getting ah cutass in 3
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 16, 2009, 10:00:52 PM
Che,
            you like that damn beaver in caddyshack!!!

 ;D
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Deeks on December 16, 2009, 10:36:29 PM
Wha is the score?
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Bitter on December 16, 2009, 10:56:33 PM
Wha is the score?

http://www.cricinfo.com/
http://www.cricbuzz.com

If only someone would create a web site devoted to nothing but cricket...  ::)
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: TdotTrini on December 16, 2009, 11:43:30 PM
506/5
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: TdotTrini on December 16, 2009, 11:44:35 PM
510/6
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: TdotTrini on December 16, 2009, 11:46:15 PM
no centuries for them aussies.
Haddin gone for 88
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 16, 2009, 11:50:33 PM
no centuries for them aussies.
Haddin gone for 88

But they may reach 1000 runs  :o
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: TdotTrini on December 17, 2009, 12:08:26 AM
520/7 Declared.

Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: TdotTrini on December 17, 2009, 01:13:14 AM
Tea break
69/0
Gayle 52
Dowlin 15

goodnight.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Deeks on December 17, 2009, 05:30:12 AM
Oz 520 for 7 dec.
WI 240 for 2. Gayle 102.

The OZ prepared a batting wicket. As long as we past the follow on score we good to go. The guys showing perseverence. Give the OZ a dose of they own medicine.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: TdotTrini on December 17, 2009, 06:07:50 AM
•End Of Day: West Indies - 214/2 in 46.0 overs (RR Sarwan 42, N Deonarine 10)

West Indies 1st innings               R    B    4s    6s    SR

CH Gayle*  c Watson b Bollinger  102  72   9     6     141.66
TM Dowlin  c Hussey b Johnson    55   116 9     0     47.41 
RR Sarwan  not out                    42   54   6    0      77.77 
N Deonarine  not out                  10   38   1     0     26.31

Extras (lb 1, nb 4) 5     
       
Total (2 wickets; 46 overs) 214 (4.65 runs per over)
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Bitter on December 17, 2009, 07:59:07 AM
Gayle walks on air as West Indies fly back
The Bulletin by Peter English
December 17, 2009
http://www.cricinfo.com/ausvwi09/content/current/story/439902.html

West Indies 2 for 214 (Gayle 102, Dowlin 55) trail Australia 7 for 520 dec (Katich 99, Watson 89, Haddin 88, Hussey 82, North 68) by 306 runs


Chris Gayle whipped up the fifth fastest century by balls faced in Test history as West Indies refused to be blown over on a dramatic and heated day in Perth. Gayle unleashed the controlled fury of a captain who had watched his bowlers struggle for penetration with a 70-ball hundred that catapulted his side to 2 for 214, a promising collection which still leaves them 306 behind.

Australia felt chirpy after declaring at 7 for 520 but were soon silenced by Gayle's hot blade as he clumped 102 within 25 overs. The WACA has hosted some brutal innings and this one probably included the biggest six at the ground, with one of his straight sixes off Nathan Hauritz landing on the roof of the towering Lillee-Marsh Stand.

That rocket, which was powered by his charge down the pitch and a free-flowing swing, took him to 91 and it was appropriate that his century came with another six, this one sailing over the sightscreen. It was his fourth clearance off Hauritz and sixth of the innings, prompting him to drop to his knees for a praiseworthy celebration. Everyone watching deserved to be bowing down at him.

After a hard-working, unbeaten 165 in Adelaide, which re-floated his side after their three-day defeat in Brisbane, Gayle followed up in his traditional style. This was a batsman preening and flexing, exterminating the frustration of time in the field.

Sulieman Benn, the giant spinner with a seriously grumpy alter ego, had signalled that West Indies would not slip away meekly when he started a lengthy confrontation with Brad Haddin that ended with Mitchell Johnson pushing the bowler away. Gayle then showed the right sort of aggression for a modern cricket field, an innings containing defence and leaving with Twenty20-style explosions thrown in.

Gayle is without two of his best batsmen - Shivnarine Chanderpaul and Adrian Barath are out injured - on a surface with a reputation for supporting fast bowlers. He didn't care. His team might look fragile but he was not going to be pushed around. Four boundaries were taken in Johnson's opening two overs to set Gayle's tempo and he would calm down only momentarily.

The debutant Clint McKay was initiated with a four in front of point first ball and returned after tea to be swatted down the ground and lifted for a six to long-on. Gayle barely followed through and with his score on 79 from 46 balls there was a chance he could tackle Viv Richards' record of 56 deliveries. It didn't happen but, like Adam Gilchrist's 57-ball effort in Perth during the 2006-07 Ashes, it didn't matter.

Strokes that would usually wedge in the mind were replaced at the speed of a wedding-ceremony slideshow. When Gayle flicked Doug Bollinger over square leg to bring up his half-century from his 34th ball it seemed like the shot of the series. An effortless swing cleared the fence on one of the world's biggest grounds and the batsman's heart-rate would not have fluttered. More grunt followed the grace.

The Australians were in shock and awe, especially Hauritz, who will do well not to have nightmares of Gayle's right leg stepping down at him. Ricky Ponting kept Hauritz on hoping for a mis-hit, and there was an edge on 81 that was spilt by Michael Clarke at first slip. If Gayle missed a century it would have been a bigger crime than the physical confrontation of Benn and Johnson.

He didn't and after such carnage his dismissal was as weak as the winds in the eye of a storm, a limp waft at a short ball floating to Shane Watson at point. Bollinger was the bowler but the noise that followed was for Gayle's innings of 72 deliveries, which also had nine forgotten fours. As he exited to the first ball of the 24th over he had all but 34 off his side's 136.

Travis Dowlin was the almost silent partner but his 55 was hugely valuable until he scooped a catch to gully off Johnson. By stumps the tourists had Ramnaresh Sarwan on 42 and Narsingh Deonarine on 10, while Johnson, McKay and Hauritz were left to tend their bruises.

It was a day for runs, none of which went to Ponting. He did not bat due to his injured left elbow, but closed the innings midway through the second session after Haddin had built on the work of Watson, Simon Katich, Michael Hussey and Marcus North. On another day Haddin's 88 from 91 balls would have been the most memorable and North's confident 68 would have been discussed with appreciative nods. Sorry, but Gayle's special circumstances relegated them to small mentions.

Australia resumed the second day at 3 for 339 and quickly lost Hussey for 82, with Haddin soon doing his best to impersonate Gilchrist. Gayle did a better job, but Haddin's collection was important in inflating Australia's total, which is still intimidating despite West Indies' forceful reply.

Haddin threatened to become the first Australian of the series to score a hundred, but instead became the 15th local to reach a half-century during a purposeful innings that gained intensity with his elongated debate with Benn. The complicated exchange inadvertently brought in Johnson when the bowler pointed at Haddin and accidently brushed his partner's shoulder.

It had all begun when Haddin took offence at Benn and Johnson running into each other when the bowler was fielding in his follow-through. The ultimately harmless episode was an unnecessary and ugly period that showed both teams have some fight left after three weeks of play. It didn't help Benn though, as he returned 1 for 87 off 28 overs, but added to the excitement of a breathless day.

Smart Stats
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Bitter on December 17, 2009, 08:03:32 AM
Benn faces one-Test suspension
Brydon Coverdale at the WACA
December 17, 2009
http://www.cricinfo.com/ausvwi09/content/story/439990.html

Sulieman Benn faces a potential suspension after being charged with a Level 2 ICC Code of Conduct offence for bringing the game into disrepute following an incident with Brad Haddin and Mitchell Johnson at the WACA. Johnson and Haddin have also been hit with charges but at the lower Level 1, which carries a maximum penalty of a fine of 50% of the player's match fee.

If found guilty, Benn's penalty could be a one-Test suspension, however the more likely result would be a fine of 50 to 100% of his match fee. The three men were cited by the match referee Chris Broad after the second day's play, during which an eventful 118th over of Australia's innings ended with a physical clash between Benn and Johnson.

The over began with an accidental run-in between the bowler Benn, who was moving across to field a drive, and the non-striker Johnson, who was taking off for a single. The contact seemed incidental, with neither man at fault, but Haddin appeared to inflame the situation after completing the run, when he pointed his bat at Benn.

The pair exchanged words and the sparks flew again two balls later, when Haddin drove the final ball of the over back to Benn, who shaped to throw at the striker's end even though Haddin was not taking off for a run. Haddin and Johnson had a mid-pitch meeting at the end of the over and Benn continued his remonstration, moving close to the batsmen and pointing at Haddin across the shoulder of Johnson.

There appeared to be some incidental contact between Johnson and Benn when Johnson moved to position himself between his partner and the bowler. Things became even uglier when Johnson pushed Benn away, following the initial contact. After stumps the West Indies captain Chris Gayle said he felt Benn had not initiated the physical clash.

"Benn wasn't involved in that," Gayle said. "If you watch the telly, you see who made physical contact. But like I said we'll be discussing it after with the match referee."

Gayle said there wasn't much in the incident and he quickly moved to speak to his bowler, and the tension died down. "As a captain basically you just try to get on with the game," he said. "No-one wants to bring the game into disrepute so that was the only thing, just try to get on with it."

Benn's competitive nature was on display at the Adelaide Oval last week when he regularly followed through to move into the eyeline of the batsmen, taking the sort of aggressive approach not often seen in spin bowlers. He also has a lighter side and is known for singing at every opportunity and Australia's batsman Marcus North said while Benn was "an unusual guy", it was natural to expect that the match would be played in a competitive spirit.

"There's a contest out there and both teams play it hard and hopefully don't cross the line," North said. "Both teams have played in pretty good spirit this series."
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Boodsy on December 17, 2009, 01:49:05 PM
Benn, Haddin & Johnson Fight...even Ponting took a jab at Bravo on Day 1
fooking OZ, I have no respect for dem

http://rd3.videos.sapo.pt/play?file=http://rd3.videos.sapo.pt/iPzPh34oRhtwGFvIUjip/mov/1
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 17, 2009, 08:35:28 PM
Sarwan out already  >:( , second ball of the day.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 17, 2009, 09:02:03 PM
drop him keep Dowlin .
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: STEUPS!! on December 17, 2009, 09:04:22 PM
Sarwan out already  >:( , second ball of the day.

bes he go back home yes, cuz he really eh sayin nuttin dese days
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 17, 2009, 09:10:40 PM
Sarwan out already  >:( , second ball of the day.

bes he go back home yes, cuz he really eh sayin nuttin dese days
such a waste of greatness eh .I hear he doh train or workout oh nothing .
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: STEUPS!! on December 17, 2009, 09:16:32 PM
Sarwan out already  >:( , second ball of the day.

bes he go back home yes, cuz he really eh sayin nuttin dese days
such a waste of greatness eh .I hear he doh train or workout oh nothing .

yuh cud see dat. he lookin very chubby.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 17, 2009, 09:19:34 PM
Sarwan out already  >:( , second ball of the day.

bes he go back home yes, cuz he really eh sayin nuttin dese days
such a waste of greatness eh .I hear he doh train or workout oh nothing .

most Windies players don't train or workout enough. That is why we have so many injuries. 
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 17, 2009, 09:21:45 PM
Deonarine gone now. 239/4
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 17, 2009, 09:22:32 PM
Sars is only score runs at home too ,the stats show .If they drop him it go be the best thing for him .
Now he guyanese partner Deo gone too .
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 17, 2009, 09:26:16 PM
Doe f up as ah Indian yah have to score atleast a century oh yah go get drop .
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Boodsy on December 17, 2009, 09:32:34 PM
Sarwan out already  >:( , second ball of the day.

disappointed but not surprised...typical (of late)...SMH :-\

ah hope bravo can carry on to a big one
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 17, 2009, 09:33:25 PM
Bravo just hit ah nice four but he does not look to comfortable right now.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Deeks on December 17, 2009, 09:34:03 PM
As long as the past the follow on score, I cool with that for now.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 17, 2009, 09:42:58 PM
As long as the past the follow on score, I cool with that for now.

me too. how much we have to make to avoid the follow on score?
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 17, 2009, 09:45:52 PM
320 ,I think early nite for me oui .
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Boodsy on December 17, 2009, 09:47:52 PM
320 ,I think early nite for me oui .

correct..
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 17, 2009, 09:50:54 PM
320 ,I think early nite for me oui .

correct..


Thank you. once we reach that ah feel the game will draw.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 17, 2009, 09:52:50 PM
Nash batting scared.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: weary1969 on December 17, 2009, 10:47:43 PM
Sars is only score runs at home too ,the stats show .If they drop him it go be the best thing for him .
Now he guyanese partner Deo gone too .

Best ting when Lara drop him he nearly dead
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Bitter on December 17, 2009, 11:46:29 PM
310/6

Lock Hard
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Aviator on December 17, 2009, 11:47:47 PM
Make that 7 down now. If Ponting put them men back in to bat today, they better grind to save this match.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Aviator on December 17, 2009, 11:52:14 PM
On second thought I hope Ponting does not put them back into bat right away and let us bat last, that will give us a chnce to draw the match. If we go back in right away we are almost guaranteed to lose, because of the size of the deficit will not allow us to attain a lead that will not be easily attainable by Austarlia.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 17, 2009, 11:53:44 PM
On second though I hope Ponting does not put them back into bat right away and let us bat last, that will give us a chnce to draw the match. If we go back in right away we are almost guaranteed to lose, because of the size of the deficit will not allow us to attain a lead that will not be easily attainable by Austarlia.
That and I could go  and sleep now .
This is Sarwan fault .
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Bitter on December 17, 2009, 11:57:02 PM
I mean 310/9
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Aviator on December 17, 2009, 11:57:54 PM
I mean 310/9

Hahahaha....laugh is all I could do yes and we still 9 short of the follow-on.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Bitter on December 17, 2009, 11:59:14 PM
I mean 312 all out.

Will they enforce the follow on?
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Aviator on December 18, 2009, 12:03:27 AM
I mean 312 all out.

Will they enforce the follow on?

I doubt it, and if they do well will have to make 500+ to have a defend-able lead. A Tall order!!!!
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 18, 2009, 12:04:21 AM
I mean 312 all out.

Will they enforce the follow on?

I think they should enforce. they have us in real trouble . :(
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 18, 2009, 12:05:26 AM
They didnt enforce it ..good night .
This team without Barath is just like before .He reach already .
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: kaliman2006 on December 18, 2009, 12:07:01 AM
From 214/2 to 312 all out.

The last eight wickets fell for 98 runs.

I really need to do like weary and overs WI cricket oui.

 :-\
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 18, 2009, 12:08:32 AM
If we bowl them out for a small score we could still win this.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Aviator on December 18, 2009, 12:09:47 AM
The bowlers better get ready to bowl the spells of their lives, or we will be chasing 500+. I see Australia batting until tea tomorrow(unless we bowl them out) and then throwing us back in the fire.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 18, 2009, 12:28:52 AM
Yes Ravi, 15/1
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Aviator on December 18, 2009, 04:07:19 AM
Because I am delusional die hard I stayed up and watch the entire day.  There was excellent discipline all around, and ah think Bravo making ah play for the captaincy. He was running the show today.We will have 5+ sessions to make about 360-370 max. This is winnable!!!

Australia were 137/8 at stumps. A scoreline I would have expected of us.

time for my 2 hour power nap....
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Bitter on December 18, 2009, 07:04:13 AM
I went to sleep at 15/1 thinking we could salvage a draw. I wake up to 137/8 vex now that I have to wait whole day to watch the end of this match.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Bitter on December 18, 2009, 07:08:52 AM
Australia lose fizz after Bollinger bubbles
The Bulletin by Peter English
December 18, 2009
http://www.cricinfo.com/ausvwi09/content/current/story/440059.html

Australia 7 for 520 dec & 8 for 137 lead West Indies 312 (Gayle 102, Dowlin 55, Bollinger 5-70) by 345 runs

Doug Bollinger was responsible for a sudden swing from flooding runs to raining wickets before West Indies surged back to remain in contention in the deciding third Test. Despite falling to a worrying 8 for 137 in their second innings, Australia still managed an enviable position and will enter the fourth day with a 345-run lead following the scare.

Bollinger grabbed 5 for 70 and ensured an advantage of 208 for the hosts before Ricky Ponting did not enforce the follow-on and ordered his team to provide a match-winning total. That assignment became a severe struggle when West Indies were inspired by Dwayne Bravo and Sulieman Benn on a cracking surface that is becoming less predictable. The turnaround was a shock just 24 hours after Chris Gayle blazed a 70-ball century, with the highest score of the day a gritty 44 from Brendan Nash as 16 wickets fell for 235 runs.

Australia were surprised by the ferocity of the fightback and Ponting, who retired hurt on 23 in the first innings, decided to walk out an hour after saying he wouldn't bat unless it was absolutely necessary. He is not used to such dramatic changes. Ponting suffered tendon damage in his left elbow when hit by Kemar Roach on Wednesday and until his batsmen started disappearing he would have been more worried about being in doubt for the Boxing Day Test against Pakistan.

At 7 for 125, following Mitchell Johnson's dismissal, Ponting arrived and lasted six balls for 2 before his discomfort forced a pushed catch to short leg off his new nemesis Roach. There was some consolation in him leaving knowing Australia's lead is still significant and that only South Africa have scored more to win in Perth. Although the voices of the West Indians grew happier with each breakthrough, the pitch will deteriorate further and the tourists will need a Gayle-inspired masterpiece to level the three-game series.

In Brisbane Ponting followed-on and soon lost Ben Hilfenhaus and Peter Siddle to injury, so even without the influence of the conditions he was not going to ask Gayle to bat again straight away. The target-setting didn't go to plan, but the run of low scores showed how difficult run-making had become.

Australia lost Simon Katich (10) when he shuffled across too far to Ravi Rampaul and then gained a glimpse of the future when Clarke walked out in Ponting's place at No. 3. However, Clarke edged behind on 25 to Bravo, who came back to remove Marcus North with a one-handed take from Denesh Ramdin and knocked over Johnson. Bravo's 3 for 34 came from 15 straight overs and he was responsible, along with Benn's 2 for 26, for keeping his side in with a chance.

The opener Watson looked in good touch again, got a start again, and was lbw again. He over-balanced a touch trying to whip Gavin Tonge through midwicket and gave the bowler his first Test wicket. During his innings Watson had continued his series-long arguing with Benn, who popped up to claim Michael Hussey at short leg in his first over.

West Indies were excited and the hosts were starting to shudder, with North taking 27 balls for his single. Benn lost his exchange with Haddin yesterday when he was suspended for two one-day games, but he succeeded in dismissing the wicketkeeper for 23 with an edge to Bravo at first slip. The emotional afternoon concluded with Nathan Hauritz on 11 and the debutant Clint McKay on 1.

The only man to come was Bollinger, who gained his first five-for in his third Test as he stamped himself as a long-term option during an energetic display. He began with the wicket of Ramnaresh Sarwan (42) from the day's second ball and came back after lunch to spark a game-changing collapse of 6 for 27. Don't start worrying yet about a relapse in the West Indian batting because the challenging bowling was responsible for the majority of wickets.

Nash and Bravo had fought through most of the first session for a 46-run partnership, but then both pillars fell in three overs and the air was taken from the visitors' pursuit. Bravo touched a ball angling across him from Bollinger to Haddin while Hauritz had Nash dropped at first slip by Clarke at first slip before the fielder corrected the mistake in the offspinner's following over. Hauritz (3 for 66), who had been targeted by Gayle on day two, was suddenly a huge threat for the tail and he removed Benn and Rampaul to catches behind in the same over.

Bollinger followed up by bowling Ramdin behind his legs and gained his fifth breakthrough to end the innings. After the third wicket Bollinger kissed the badge on his shirt and when he closed out the innings - Tonge gave Haddin his fourth catch - he lifted the ball self-consciously to the crowd.

During the first session Johnson was more imposing than the previous day, forcing the batsmen on to the back foot to hop and jump, and his prize was the dismissal of Narsingh Deonarine, who drove to Watson at cover on 18. Johnson's overnight figures of 1 for 68 off 11 turned into 2 for 92 off 18 in a boost for the second innings, when he will be as important as Bollinger and Gayle.

Peter English is the Australasia editor of Cricinfo

 Feeds: Peter English
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Bitter on December 18, 2009, 07:52:02 AM
Highlights:
http://www.crichotline.com/australia-vs-west-indies-3rd-test-2009-day-3-highlights-perth/#more-9127
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 18, 2009, 07:58:41 AM
I went to bed at tea  >:(
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 18, 2009, 09:54:52 AM
you shitting me ,I went to bed ,whem Watson and Ponting was orn .And lay in bed cause I could sleep for an hour or more ,cause I cound sleep steupppssss.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: weary1969 on December 18, 2009, 10:22:57 AM
From 214/2 to 312 all out.

The last eight wickets fell for 98 runs.

I really need to do like weary and overs WI cricket oui.

 :-\

Smart fella just turn 2 cricinfo in d morning and get d score so by sat mor when I check I go c whether we loose in 4 or we take it to 5 days.
If we bowl them out for a small score we could still win this.

Che yuh must not sleep type
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 18, 2009, 11:22:59 AM
Highlights:
http://www.crichotline.com/australia-vs-west-indies-3rd-test-2009-day-3-highlights-perth/#more-9127

Thanks  :beermug: Saw a few Trini flags in the stands.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 18, 2009, 02:11:39 PM
Highlights:
http://www.crichotline.com/australia-vs-west-indies-3rd-test-2009-day-3-highlights-perth/#more-9127

Thanks  :beermug: Saw a few Trini flags in the stands.
Wow no wonder I couldn sleep after I took it off ,what with so much excitement going orn steupppss.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: 100% Barataria on December 18, 2009, 06:45:07 PM
Great highlights, excellent performance by WI in the field, DB is one hell of a thinking cricketer, is brain is always ticking and he's always competing, love it.  Love how Kemar attack Ricky too man, go for the jugular, sweet, cyar wait for tonight
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 18, 2009, 08:38:15 PM
Day four begins  :duel:
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Bitter on December 18, 2009, 08:38:37 PM
1 down, 1 more to go
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: TdotTrini on December 18, 2009, 08:40:38 PM
Good Start
147/9 McKay caught Deonarine, bowled Benn.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 18, 2009, 08:42:02 PM
Good Start
147/9 McKay caught Deonarine, bowled Benn.


Oz leads by 355
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: STEUPS!! on December 18, 2009, 08:44:18 PM
nobody locally showin it a wah? as a turnin d house upside down, ah cud take it een one time
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Bitter on December 18, 2009, 08:52:01 PM
All out for 150

lead is 358

Bravo with 4/42
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: TdotTrini on December 18, 2009, 08:53:47 PM
Ahright, ah eh sleeping tonight. Hope them fella eh disappoint with the batting.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Bitter on December 18, 2009, 08:55:44 PM
That is hoping against hope.
Corner or roundabout?
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 18, 2009, 08:57:12 PM
Ahright, ah eh sleeping tonight. Hope them fella eh disappoint with the batting.

I would say me too, but meh eyes closing already.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 18, 2009, 09:01:50 PM
We have two days to make these runs. As long as they just take their time and pick their shots then it can be done.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: kaliman2006 on December 18, 2009, 09:11:01 PM
We have two days to make these runs. As long as they just take their time and pick their shots then it can be done.

Two very big ifs...

But...... it can be done.

They just have to ignore the "mental disintegration" tactics of the Aussies.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 18, 2009, 09:15:40 PM
Gayle done start vhooping already. He will get caught behind just now.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Bitter on December 18, 2009, 09:25:47 PM
What the hell Gayle doing?
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: kaliman2006 on December 18, 2009, 09:28:04 PM
What the hell Gayle doing?

Gayle needs to remember Adelaide and bat like he did there.

Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 18, 2009, 09:30:34 PM
Let the count down begin. 335 needed to win with 10 wickets in hand.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 18, 2009, 09:31:49 PM
Like Gayle trying to get himself out.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 18, 2009, 09:34:48 PM
A few Oz players not feeling well. Like somebody spike they gatorade
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: kaliman2006 on December 18, 2009, 09:40:42 PM
A few Oz players not feeling well. Like somebody spike they gatorade

Probably dey eh drinking enough.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 18, 2009, 09:42:06 PM
after ponting only keep spitting on he hand then ,five and shaking everybody hand ,they must get sick .
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: kaliman2006 on December 18, 2009, 09:46:12 PM
Dowlin, who has been the more solid of the two batsmen, has just gotten out to a bad shot.

Oh the irony.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 18, 2009, 09:46:58 PM
poor shot. 35/1
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Bitter on December 18, 2009, 09:47:10 PM
First ass gone.

35/1
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 18, 2009, 09:49:26 PM
sour one owe us a big score.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: STEUPS!! on December 18, 2009, 09:50:29 PM
after ponting only keep spitting on he hand then ,five and shaking everybody hand ,they must get sick .


 :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 18, 2009, 10:01:05 PM
311 to win 9 wickets in hand.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 18, 2009, 10:03:03 PM
he nasty bad yah know in the last game ,he dig out and he he snat  :o on TV .
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Bitter on December 18, 2009, 10:13:36 PM
51/2

Gayle out.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Bitter on December 18, 2009, 10:14:00 PM
Time to go and sleep oui.
The roundabout in full effect
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 18, 2009, 10:16:42 PM
Time to go and sleep oui.
The roundabout in full effect

Not yet.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 18, 2009, 10:20:44 PM
He like ah chile .
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Bitter on December 18, 2009, 10:32:52 PM
Time to go and sleep oui.
The roundabout in full effect

Not yet.

68/3

Sarwan out.

you were saying?
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 18, 2009, 10:33:21 PM
what yah think about that
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 18, 2009, 10:46:55 PM
and the stream dead to
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 18, 2009, 10:57:10 PM
Bravo and Ramdin will both make tons and we will win  :praying:
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: weary1969 on December 18, 2009, 11:24:47 PM
Ahright, ah eh sleeping tonight. Hope them fella eh disappoint with the batting.

Just came in frm meh lime and goin and sleep. I suggest u do d same
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 18, 2009, 11:25:42 PM
283 to win.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: TdotTrini on December 18, 2009, 11:36:26 PM
Hauritz to Deonarine, (no ball) SIX, Hauritz oversteps and Deonarine lofts it high and over the long on fence for a six.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: TdotTrini on December 18, 2009, 11:44:20 PM
Ahright, ah eh sleeping tonight. Hope them fella eh disappoint with the batting.

Just came in frm meh lime and goin and sleep. I suggest u do d same

Nah, ah go hold out lil more, Deo and Nash holding the line so far.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: TdotTrini on December 18, 2009, 11:46:50 PM
Bollinger to Nash, FOUR, fuller and driven down the track back past the stumps and down the ground to the fence, wonderful shot, great timing.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 18, 2009, 11:55:42 PM
need ah big score from these two.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: TdotTrini on December 19, 2009, 12:15:47 AM
Very good stream here.

http://www.espncricket.net/free.php
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: TdotTrini on December 19, 2009, 12:16:39 AM
West Indies 312 & 116/3 (34.1 ov)

West Indies require another 243 runs with 7 wickets remaining
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 19, 2009, 12:27:30 AM
christmas shopping tomorrow,700 o clock baby wake up call .bring drinks .
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 19, 2009, 12:36:57 AM
poor nashie ,so much talk he taking from his aussie mates
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 19, 2009, 12:39:56 AM
Trini flags waving in the stands
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 19, 2009, 12:41:37 AM
poor nashie ,so much talk he taking from his aussie mates

That can't be easy for him.
that's mind games papa.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 19, 2009, 12:43:25 AM
need 205 to win.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 19, 2009, 12:43:50 AM
Very good stream here.

http://www.espncricket.net/free.php

 :beermug:
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 19, 2009, 12:47:10 AM
wow just so hurizt
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: TdotTrini on December 19, 2009, 01:10:31 AM
One more over before Tea on Day 4

West Indies 312 & 173/3 (50.2 ov)

West Indies require another 186 runs with 7 wickets remaining
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: TdotTrini on December 19, 2009, 02:18:02 AM
West Indies 312 & 189/3 (61.2 ov)

West Indies require another 170 runs with 7 wickets remaining
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 19, 2009, 02:21:13 AM
yah back ,tought yah gone ,
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: TdotTrini on December 19, 2009, 02:25:45 AM
This c**t seeing one set ah Trini flags and saying theres lots of Jamaican support.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 19, 2009, 02:27:37 AM
This c**t seeing one set ah Trini flags and saying theres lots of Jamaican support.

I was now coming to post dat same thing  >:(
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 19, 2009, 02:30:04 AM
he know ,is fatigue he giving .
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 19, 2009, 02:34:58 AM
how long again .want to my sleeping prep .
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 19, 2009, 02:41:05 AM
Deonarine out.

IN comes Bravo  :applause: :applause: :applause:
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 19, 2009, 02:48:48 AM
oh lawd
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: TdotTrini on December 19, 2009, 02:49:28 AM
Shit man Bravo.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 19, 2009, 02:49:39 AM
The slide begins  :(
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: TdotTrini on December 19, 2009, 02:50:24 AM
Dais it ah gone sleep.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 19, 2009, 02:51:52 AM
Ramdin last chance to do something this test.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 19, 2009, 02:52:01 AM
he wasnt watching the f**king game oh what ? Nobody playing strokes ,what he think them men cant play strokes ?Play with nash and just occupy the crease .
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: kaliman2006 on December 19, 2009, 02:52:51 AM
Dais it ah gone sleep.

Match over.

"Lock Hard" (Copyright Bitter)
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 19, 2009, 02:54:31 AM
Nash on 48 for about 3 days now. :waiting:
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 19, 2009, 02:57:11 AM
he still they ,no runs
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 19, 2009, 02:58:04 AM
Dais it ah gone sleep.

Match over.

"Lock Hard" (Copyright Bitter)
You saying that since before the day start ,to late for that shit .
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 19, 2009, 02:59:32 AM
Ramdin not lasting too long.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 19, 2009, 03:00:40 AM
god alyah stop it nah jeezes .
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 19, 2009, 03:04:03 AM
Nash playing for a draw  ;D
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 19, 2009, 03:06:26 AM
we have a whole day tomorrow ,you study the comms ,them seft is say play a ball on its merit ...then they say the aussies bowling perfect  ??? Then Nash should play shots  ???
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 19, 2009, 03:09:37 AM
 :whew:
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: TdotTrini on December 19, 2009, 03:10:33 AM
That f**ker look like he pelting
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 19, 2009, 03:13:09 AM
12 overs left. hold on boys.

Bravo kill us boy :(
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 19, 2009, 03:14:11 AM
Nash make his 50  :applause: :applause: :applause:
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 19, 2009, 03:21:35 AM
 10 overs left for the day. 138 runs to win.
Nash and Ramdin have to bat out the day and deep into tomorrow and we will win.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 19, 2009, 03:28:30 AM
things not looking to good for us  :(
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 19, 2009, 03:30:40 AM
Is this guy really pelting ?
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: TdotTrini on December 19, 2009, 03:34:25 AM
Is this guy really pelting ?

Look like it to me
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 19, 2009, 03:43:43 AM
f**king cheats
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 19, 2009, 03:44:45 AM
oh my benn
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 19, 2009, 03:53:00 AM
no way for us now :(
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 19, 2009, 03:57:11 AM
So no sleep tonite ?
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 19, 2009, 04:08:07 AM
So no sleep tonite ?

Game extended by half hour.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: TdotTrini on December 19, 2009, 04:09:25 AM
big 6 for benn there
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 19, 2009, 04:15:17 AM
I was just about to say Benn feel like he is Gayle, but then he out.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 19, 2009, 04:32:42 AM
so what ah all nighter
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: TdotTrini on December 19, 2009, 04:34:13 AM
so what ah all nighter

Yeah we breakin dawn :D
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 19, 2009, 04:42:04 AM
good night.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 19, 2009, 04:42:29 AM
later ,hopefully ah wake in 2 hours .
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 19, 2009, 04:44:05 AM
later ,hopefully ah wake in 2 hours .

good luck with that. I will wake up just in time to see us win  ;D
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: weary1969 on December 19, 2009, 05:54:19 AM
We take it 2 5 days  :beermug:. Expected 2 c match done
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Bitter on December 19, 2009, 05:58:35 AM
308/9 51 runs needed t win

Them men at the crease go have to stand up in the sun chook and take small runs until the job is done.
The bowling will be torrid to start.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: AirMan on December 19, 2009, 07:40:10 AM
HIGHLIGHTS of day-3 of the third and final Test between the West Indies and Australia in Perth...

..........http://www.cbeanmedia.org/TV6NEWS_F4V/Links/WI_312_all_out_as_bollinger_scalps_5_09_12_18.htm
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: kaliman2006 on December 19, 2009, 08:38:52 AM
Dais it ah gone sleep.

Match over.

"Lock Hard" (Copyright Bitter)
You saying that since before the day start ,to late for that shit .

Hard luck borse.

I eh here to start any arguments.

I'm just a scarred West Indies supporter that don't know how to let go.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Deeks on December 19, 2009, 09:13:08 AM
Jeez guys. My bubble deflating.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Savannah boy on December 19, 2009, 10:28:02 AM
http://www.cricinfo.com/ausvwi09/content/story/440068.html

Broad's ban of Benn continued his stance as a strict match referee. His previous rulings have included suspending Gautam Gambhir for a Test for elbowing Shane Watson, banning Shahid Afridi for four ODIs for brandishing his bat at a spectator, and barring Herschelle Gibbs for two Tests for making abusive comments towards the crowd. However, Broad insisted that player behaviour was improving.

Broad only like to ban certain players from certain countries although in this case Benn was looking for shit and needed to cool heself.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 19, 2009, 11:49:06 AM
If Bravo and Ramdin had bat smarter we would have won this game.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Conquering Lion on December 19, 2009, 12:37:56 PM
http://www.cricinfo.com/ausvwi09/content/story/440068.html

Broad's ban of Benn continued his stance as a strict match referee. His previous rulings have included suspending Gautam Gambhir for a Test for elbowing Shane Watson, banning Shahid Afridi for four ODIs for brandishing his bat at a spectator, and barring Herschelle Gibbs for two Tests for making abusive comments towards the crowd. However, Broad insisted that player behaviour was improving.

Broad only like to ban certain players from certain countries although in this case Benn was looking for shit and needed to cool heself.

My sentiments exactly. How come haddin was not banned for waving his bat (like afridi), and why was Ponting not censured for his nudge to Bravo? It seems like when the match referees administer their rulings, the Australians always get off with a slap on the wrist.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 19, 2009, 08:35:06 PM
Day five begins.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: dinho on December 19, 2009, 08:48:16 PM
good fight fellahs
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Bitter on December 19, 2009, 08:48:43 PM
Day five ends.

36 runs short.

Good fight!
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 19, 2009, 08:49:14 PM
It's all over on a bad call.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Bitter on December 19, 2009, 08:49:28 PM
Bollinger to Roach, OUT, high drama! Australia have appealed for a caught behind and Roach has been given, he wants a referral, it's so marginal, can't really tell if he nicked it or not, replays aren't conclusive and in such cases I think the on-field decision should stay, Roach fended at the ball off the back foot as it angled across him ... the Australians were extremely confident ... Hot Spot shows nothing much ... the wait is long and tense ... and he's been given ... fair call too since there was no evidence either way


Translation:
Tief Out!!!!!
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: sjahrain on December 19, 2009, 08:49:41 PM
well it done

I want to know what the third eye see that I did not
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 19, 2009, 08:52:24 PM
Now back too regular programing.

T&T secession is the only solution.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 19, 2009, 08:53:45 PM
well it done

I want to know what the third eye see that I did not

He did not touch that ball. :cursing: :bs:
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: rotatopoti3 on December 19, 2009, 08:55:34 PM
dem Aussies..like it hard for dem to win FAIR BOY...
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: sjahrain on December 19, 2009, 08:56:57 PM
The benefit of the doubt should go to the bastsman,the zebra should eat that call
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: sjahrain on December 19, 2009, 08:58:36 PM
Tell me this,is it me or is Bollinger chucking,check his wrist just before he delivers the ball
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: weary1969 on December 19, 2009, 09:09:04 PM
So I channel surfin and next ting u know is umpire finger and handshakes. AH WELL
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: STEUPS!! on December 19, 2009, 09:20:25 PM
So I channel surfin and next ting u know is umpire finger and handshakes. AH WELL

girl, i now log on here to get a update to see waiz d scene, only to see game done

good fight windies. we comin to come  ::)
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 19, 2009, 10:22:59 PM
So I channel surfin and next ting u know is umpire finger and handshakes. AH WELL

girl, i now log on here to get a update to see waiz d scene, only to see game done

good fight windies. we comin to come  ::)

Dead or alive still we coming, still we coming
2010 still we coming , still we coming ........
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: TriniItalian on December 20, 2009, 07:20:41 AM
I blame Nash for the loss. reason behind it is that he creates too much pressure on everybody just defending well. he's like a chanders without the singles and that forces the other batsmen to do all the run making to get on with it and results in way more loose shots. if he was just rotating the strike there would not have been so much pressure to score.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 20, 2009, 09:58:32 AM
I blame Nash for the loss. reason behind it is that he creates too much pressure on everybody just defending well. he's like a chanders without the singles and that forces the other batsmen to do all the run making to get on with it and results in way more loose shots. if he was just rotating the strike there would not have been so much pressure to score.

Blame has to go to both Bravo and Ramdin as well . They were both out with careless and unnecessary shots.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Bitter on December 20, 2009, 10:38:55 AM
Blame it on the rain
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: TriniItalian on December 20, 2009, 10:49:22 AM
I agree che they out like bottoms and in any other scenario I woulda ascribe blame to them, but as I looked at it bravo came in the game simply to get a move on. as I recalled they had made about 3 runs in like 30 mins to an hr before bravo came to the crease, recognize is the aussies we talking about here, they have tons of mental strength by defending, as nice as it was, even with the advantage to the WI the aussies saw themselves coming back in control because no runs were being made. every time a ball is bowled it's a wicket taking chance, so with that risk in mind make a couple singles so that the aussies don't have time to think that they might come back into it nah!

at first RP was smothering the singles but then he went more defensive and nash still there defending... a lil forward push and it's a single i kinda excuse deonarine cuz with yuh partner on 44-48 for the past 5 yrs you would tend to look to push the score by smashing everything for four and forget or even rule out singles cuz you know your partner going to block the next 5 balls. nash reminding me bad of "pad 'em adams" he'll stay there whole day and think that he did the job of holding the innings together when yuh damn job is to read the game and know when to press an advantage.

As for pressing home and advantage that is a next story I vex with the WI for cuz gayle shit up the last test by not taking a risk and challenging the aussies to attempt the win. WI lack killer instinct it's like when things going well it's to incredible to believe... stuepes!!!!
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Deeks on December 20, 2009, 11:17:55 AM
The say hindsight is 50/50. I blame Gayle, Sarwan, Bravo. How long them playing for the WI. Donkey stones years. They have been in predicaments like this before. They ent no freshman. Them have  experience. They plain just f---kup. But I like the fighting spirit. but We ent turn the corner yet. We still in the roundabout.

Some of the umpire calls were atrocious. And somebody mentioned one of them Oz bowlers chucking. Even a blind man/woman can see that.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: sjahrain on December 20, 2009, 05:26:03 PM
Two shots doomed our chances.....The hook shot played by Dowlin which got him out......and ....Sawan getting out on the last ball before lunch....terrible shot to be playing at that stage,knowing that a break in play was at hand
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: willi on December 20, 2009, 05:45:39 PM
The say hindsight is 50/50. I blame Gayle, Sarwan, Bravo. How long them playing for the WI. Donkey stones years. They have been in predicaments like this before. They ent no freshman. Them have  experience. They plain just f---kup. But I like the fighting spirit. but We ent turn the corner yet. We still in the roundabout.

Some of the umpire calls were atrocious. And somebody mentioned one of them Oz bowlers chucking. Even a blind man/woman can see that.
Cosign!
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Bitter on December 20, 2009, 06:54:54 PM
I now see the final wicket on a real tv.

close, reeeall close.  Say what, we had our chances. Lets not forget that if Australia hadn't declared in the first innings we wouldn't have been close enough to be vex. Them men score 520 in the first innings and look like they coulda put on a next 200. What doom us wasn't poor batting decisions, we score 312 and 323, we couldn't move them in the first innings.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 20, 2009, 08:19:43 PM
Willie the only problem with Trini staying is ,if most WI fans had a chance the first players they would get rid of are .Ramdin,Rampaul,even Bravo and Barath is one bad score from being booted . SO my question is if the other Islands hate all our players shouldn they just leave if they could ?
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: che on December 20, 2009, 11:13:10 PM
Willie the only problem with Trini staying is ,if most WI fans had a chance the first players they would get rid of are .Ramdin,Rampaul,even Bravo and Barath is one bad score from being booted . SO my question is if the other Islands hate all our players shouldn they just leave if they could ?

 :applause: :applause: :applause:
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 20, 2009, 11:23:30 PM
They really hate we eh .After the test matches all said and done ,Ent really nothing more  we could do to prove we belong ,bravo trying like Jim Crow lol
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: willi on December 21, 2009, 05:33:54 AM
Willie the only problem with Trini staying is ,if most WI fans had a chance the first players they would get rid of are .Ramdin,Rampaul,even Bravo and Barath is one bad score from being booted . SO my question is if the other Islands hate all our players shouldn they just leave if they could ?

Hate what??

Barath is now the new anointed one (along with Roach). Who going to move him? People know that TnT have young quality coming up and they seem better disciplined than X-man, so they will get good treatment. Bravo is unmovable. I think even in Jamaica you would see street protests if he was unfairly removed. Ramdin and Rampaul are gaining respect, but will have to keep fighting.

Look man, competition for space is GOOD. Lendl S, Samuels, X-man and even Ganga are on the fringes, so people will have to work hard to cement places.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: kaliman2006 on December 21, 2009, 08:46:19 AM
Willie the only problem with Trini staying is ,if most WI fans had a chance the first players they would get rid of are .Ramdin,Rampaul,even Bravo and Barath is one bad score from being booted . SO my question is if the other Islands hate all our players shouldn they just leave if they could ?

Hate what??

Barath is now the new anointed one (along with Roach). Who going to move him? People know that TnT have young quality coming up and they seem better disciplined than X-man, so they will get good treatment. Bravo is unmovable. I think even in Jamaica you would see street protests if he was unfairly removed. Ramdin and Rampaul are gaining respect, but will have to keep fighting.

Look man, competition for space is GOOD. Lendl S, Samuels, X-man and even Ganga are on the fringes, so people will have to work hard to cement places.

Rampaul doh have my respect yet and I am a Trini. He has to lose some weight and work on his bowling before I can begin to respect him on the cricket field.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: rickstaa on December 21, 2009, 09:34:05 AM
why people using Ganga name & WI cricket in the same sentence,the man NOT at that level
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Bitter on December 21, 2009, 09:56:13 AM
why people using Ganga name & WI cricket in the same sentence,the man NOT at that level

Hush yuh mout!

A trini playing windball cricket on the beach with a coconut branch better than any non-trini on the windies side.
We should secede now and start we own coconut cricket league.
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: rickstaa on December 21, 2009, 11:29:28 AM
why people using Ganga name & WI cricket in the same sentence,the man NOT at that level

Hush yuh mout!

A trini playing windball cricket on the beach with a coconut branch better than any non-trini on the windies side.
We should secede now and start we own coconut cricket league.
lol u not for real but that Ganga fella not adding NOTHING to the WI team NOTHING BUT MORE SHIT.............
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 21, 2009, 11:35:23 AM
You again ,you is not the one who wanted to drop him for Bravo as Captain ,for the India games ,saying the best player is ah black man ,so he should be Captain .
Ah see you was quiet when they did well .
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: rickstaa on December 21, 2009, 11:45:31 AM
You again ,you is not the one who wanted to drop him for Bravo as Captain ,for the India games ,saying the best player is ah black man ,so he should be Captain .
Ah see you was quiet when they did well .
[/quote  i really want Ganga to make the team to prove my point & shut up all he FAMILY on hear who want him play,but the fella is soooooooooooooooooooo much shit he wont even get ah call up...........
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: rickstaa on December 21, 2009, 11:52:45 AM
You again ,you is not the one who wanted to drop him for Bravo as Captain ,for the India games ,saying the best player is ah black man ,so he should be Captain .
Ah see you was quiet when they did well .
ah also talk big shit about Clyde Leon so try don't get to the raciest thing with me pls,but ah blind man could  see Bravo make more sense as ah CRICKETER than Ganga but he family cause alluh cant jus be Ganga fans
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 21, 2009, 01:24:31 PM
MeWhat racist thing ? Those were your exact words lol alyah is kicks oui .

He must be related to all the great past cricketers the world over cause the all praise him.And FYI Ganga made two test Hundreds in Australia eh ,then they studied him and found his flaws   .
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: rickstaa on December 21, 2009, 03:07:48 PM
wow they figure out your cousin quick boy,that alone should tell u he not good enough,which grate hailing him it ain't no WI grate
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 21, 2009, 03:21:49 PM
It ent have nothing to do with ethic background b.Get that true you head ! Let bravo learn under Ganga and he will be even greater as a captain .
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Conquering Lion on December 21, 2009, 08:00:37 PM
MeWhat racist thing ? Those were your exact words lol alyah is kicks oui .

He must be related to all the great past cricketers the world over cause the all praise him.And FYI Ganga made two test Hundreds in Australia eh ,then they studied him and found his flaws   .

Correction.....they studied him and Sarwan even before that when the WICB sent them over to the academy as youths. Then they most likely "sent the tapes" over to the AUS management before their first series against Australia. You didn't notice how every time Sarwan came in to bat it was either bowled/LBW (inswinging yorker) or caught midwicket (attempted hook)? ;) ;)
Title: Re: Australia vs West Indies, 3rd Test, WACA (Perth)
Post by: Quags on December 24, 2009, 01:48:30 AM
Willie the only problem with Trini staying is ,if most WI fans had a chance the first players they would get rid of are .Ramdin,Rampaul,even Bravo and Barath is one bad score from being booted . SO my question is if the other Islands hate all our players shouldn they just leave if they could ?

Hate what??

Barath is now the new anointed one (along with Roach). Who going to move him? People know that TnT have young quality coming up and they seem better disciplined than X-man, so they will get good treatment. Bravo is unmovable. I think even in Jamaica you would see street protests if he was unfairly removed. Ramdin and Rampaul are gaining respect, but will have to keep fighting.

Look man, competition for space is GOOD. Lendl S, Samuels, X-man and even Ganga are on the fringes, so people will have to work hard to cement places.
We have to much talent ,for just two or three men to be picked .You cant ask a whole of boys to play ,if we only have a quota of 2 or 3 .Thats not fair ,and out of the 2 or 3 men want them out .
We have thousand of mini Brian Laras coming up yah dig ,hell one Test Team might not be enough for us we might  have to hook up Tobago with one too  ;D We re busting at the seams over here .
Why yah think modi want to have a TnT IPL side .