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Re: SA vs Clive Lloyd Shit Side: 3rd ODI, East London, Jan. 21, 2015
« Reply #1 on: January 21, 2015, 05:40:58 AM »
5/1 in the first over.

Clive Lloyd want a young side. He starting from scratch, so he bring in 31 year old Deonrarine. ::)
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Re: SA vs Clive Lloyd Shit Side: 3rd ODI, East London, Jan. 21, 2015
« Reply #2 on: January 21, 2015, 05:53:29 AM »
Gayle out 6/2.

Presently 14/2
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Re: SA vs Clive Lloyd Shit Side: 3rd ODI, East London, Jan. 21, 2015
« Reply #3 on: January 21, 2015, 06:30:16 AM »
43/4 now.

I better get back to work eh; I cyah be behind on my projects for this Clive Lloyd select 11

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Re: SA vs Clive Lloyd Shit Side: 3rd ODI, East London, Jan. 21, 2015
« Reply #4 on: January 21, 2015, 09:25:35 AM »
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Re: SA vs Clive Lloyd Shit Side: 3rd ODI, East London, Jan. 21, 2015
« Reply #5 on: January 21, 2015, 10:45:15 AM »

http://www.espncricinfo.com/south-africa-v-west-indies-2014-15/content/story/822733.html
 
Woefulf West Indies lose.





Vernon Philander had Chris Gayle caught behind cheaply
Vernon Philander had Chris Gayle caught behind cheaply Gallo Images




With every day they remain in South Africa, West Indies' chances of pulling together a respectable World Cup challenge falters before our eyes. They made only 122 at Buffalo Park in the third ODI, a spiritless and, at times, irresponsible, display full of ill-judged shots and glum expressions.

At 2-0 down in the series with three matches remaining, West Indies needed to win to keep the series alive, but they faced a considerable challenge at midway to defend their total on a slow surface which, its lack of pace and a little low bounce apart, looked innocuous enough.

It was a surface, though, which demanded discipline - far removed from the joyous batting surface at the Wanderers on which AB de Villiers had struck the fastest ODI hundred in history - and West Indies did not show enough of it. With turmoil and ill will rife in West Indies cricket, Jason Holder, a new captain with many challenges ahead, must feel the job is a lonely one.

As for South Africa, far from wallowing in their success, they will have a sneaking feeling that West Indies are not putting them under the sort of pressure they would relish ahead of the World Cup. They are likely to respond by giving game time to back-up players. The group phase of the World Cup gives them time to get their big guns firing.

It took seven balls of the innings - Vernon Philander's first delivery - for West Indies to hit trouble. Philander was on the money immediately and slight away movement was enough to draw a wicketkeeper's catch. Smith had been dislodged by a decent delivery: others could not claim the same.

Chris Gayle has scraped one half-century in 15 ODI innings for West Indies since a century against Sri Lanka in Jamaica 19 months ago, his reputation now largely protected by T20 exploits and the cult of personality. That sequence was extended by a languid drive on the up and a second catch for de Villiers.

South Africa had only four frontline bowlers, with the remaining overs shared between JP Duminy and Farheen Behardien, but to take advantage of that, West Indies had to build a position from where they could apply pressure.

Narsingh Deonarine briefly showed application until, out of character, he stepped to leg against Dale Steyn and tried to uppercut him over the off side, the resulting edge to first slip bringing Steyn his 150th ODI wicket. Steyn soon added Denesh Ramdin, who was undone by low bounce as he tried to run a ball that was not there for the shot.

There was much onus on Marlon Samuels to bat with discipline, but history suggests he can only do that for so long: he top scored with 26 from 38 balls before another loft into the deep against Imran Tahir - a shot that has become his calling card on the tour - flew off a thick leading edge to long off.

From 53 for 5, Jonathan Carter, playing only his third ODI, and Andre Russell put up a semblance of a response: Russell summoned a front foot pull against Steyn, and Carter deposited Tahir onto the grassy banking at midwicket, but Russell's heave at a length ball from Morne Morkel defied analysis.

Even the borderline decisions did not fall West Indies' way. Carter must have fancied his chances of overturning umpire Johan Cloete's lbw decision as he pulled a delivery bowled from wide of the return crease by Imran Tahir but replays suggested the ball would have clipped leg stump.

Even when the umpire refused Tahir's appeal as Carlos Brathwaite misread a googly, replays fell in South Africa's favour. Another wicket; another head shake. Philander had too much nous for Jerome Taylor and only a last-wicket stand of 28 took West Indies past three figures. With 16.2 overs left, it all ended with a charge, a slog and a stumping.
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Re: SA vs Clive Lloyd Shit Side: 3rd ODI, East London, Jan. 21, 2015
« Reply #6 on: January 21, 2015, 12:50:58 PM »
I dunno nah...when it comes to West Indies cricket I'm like a battered wife who keeps going back to her husband...I just can't seem to walk away. We keep getting licks but I still keep supporting them hoping for a victory, or at the very least, a competitive showing....I dunno how much more I can take.
Thank god Zimbabwe, Ireland and UAE are in our world cup group otherwise we wouldn't win any matches...and even those aren't a guarantee the way we're playing.  ::)

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Re: SA vs Clive Lloyd Shit Side: 3rd ODI, East London, Jan. 21, 2015
« Reply #7 on: January 21, 2015, 03:07:43 PM »
Imagine this man play Deonarine and Braithwaite instead of Bravo, Pollard.

THIS is how they prepare for a WC.

Worst part is Deonarine and Braithwaite not going to the WC. So how they infront of KP and DB.
The only logic is spitefulness.

This is NOT the WI.
This is Lloyd shit side and I WANT them to get cut ass.

Lloyd lost whatever credibility he ever had with me.

What I cant' understand is why only the Trinis getting punished. Weren't there others in Indian who fought for better pay for the team?
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Re: SA vs Clive Lloyd Shit Side: 3rd ODI, East London, Jan. 21, 2015
« Reply #8 on: January 22, 2015, 09:50:36 AM »
Imagine this man play Deonarine and Braithwaite instead of Bravo, Pollard.

THIS is how they prepare for a WC.

Worst part is Deonarine and Braithwaite not going to the WC. So how they infront of KP and DB.
The only logic is spitefulness.

This is NOT the WI.
This is Lloyd shit side and I WANT them to get cut ass.

Lloyd lost whatever credibility he ever had with me.

What I cant' understand is why only the Trinis getting punished. Weren't there others in Indian who fought for better pay for the team?

2 specific trinis, others were involved from TT and elsewhere, perhaps there was some tussle behind the scenes among those 3, would like for that to get exposed.  Either way, as a long time servant of WI cricket, his actions are appalling at best, unbelievable.  Victimize the side at the expense of some disagreement/argument?  They were all culpable in the Indian debacle, wipe a clean slate and move on.  Childish!
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