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    Marsh Cup Games

    Replacing last years JLT we are already into swing now with Marsh Cup games

    With National team players now filtering back into the states the One Day competition will be strong

    WA and QLD are off to strong starts
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    Re: Marsh Cup Games

    Typical the Marsh family now have a cup named after them.
    Bring back the biff

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    Re: Marsh Cup Games

    Vics 2 for 13 chasing a mammoth 9 of 322 made by QLD. Khawaja scores a big ton and an impressive 88 from Heazlett

    In the other game, Tas did well keeping SA to 9 for 228 which was anchored by an 82 no from Ross and Faulkner taking 3 wickets for Tas
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    Vic's are getting crushed at 5 for 38. Maxwell fails and Finch is the only one trying to build an innings

    Harris, Pucovski and Handscomb all feathered the ball to the keeper for bugger all runs
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    Re: Marsh Cup Games

    Really impressed by Sam Heazlett so far. Looks to have done a lot of work technically and is a far more expansive player than what we've seen in the past.

    He's one I wouldn't mind start to see integrated into the one day international side.

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    Re: Marsh Cup Games

    Quote Originally Posted by lemmon View Post
    Really impressed by Sam Heazlett so far. Looks to have done a lot of work technically and is a far more expansive player than what we've seen in the past.

    He's one I wouldn't mind start to see integrated into the one day international side.
    He was one to watch a couple of year back but never quite made it but I agree he's looks like he is very organised now with a good range of shots
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    Re: Marsh Cup Games

    Great chase down by Vics today to beat Qld's score of 304. Vics ended up with 1/305 with Finch making 188 n.o. and Harris 61 n.o
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    Re: Marsh Cup Games

    Daniel Hughes from NSW is in some fine form with back to back tons and a career List A average of 59.

    Is he a chance for a ODI debut? Against him is his age (approaching 31) the difficulty in dislodging Finch and Warner from the openers positions and Khawaja is also in some ripping form with 2 tons from 2 innings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Axe Man View Post
    Daniel Hughes from NSW is in some fine form with back to back tons and a career List A average of 59.

    Is he a chance for a ODI debut? Against him is his age (approaching 31) the difficulty in dislodging Finch and Warner from the openers positions and Khawaja is also in some ripping form with 2 tons from 2 innings.
    No from me. He'll be 35 when the next World Cup rolls around - this is the time we should start working out who will be there.

    In the same context, I really, really like Khawaja as a ODI opening bat but would stopping picking him. He'll be 36 at the next World Cup and he's never performed in India - time to transition away from those guys and start to rebuild.

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    Re: Marsh Cup Games

    How good is 17 year old Jake Fraser-McGurk? Follows up a 50 in his Shield debut with 54 from 49 in yesterday's one dayer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Axe Man View Post
    How good is 17 year old Jake Fraser-McGurk? Follows up a 50 in his Shield debut with 54 from 49 in yesterday's one dayer.
    I went and had a look yesterday, he's a stylish batsman. Understandably he lacks a bit of power but he should be a great cricketer for a long while. There is plenty to be impressed about

    I wonder why Tremain or Boland weren't playing?
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    Re: Marsh Cup Games

    Vics fall short by one run in trying to chase down SA's score of 322
    Callum Ferguson was the man of the match for his 122

    Finch made 119 and Fraser-McGurk was 41 not out which is another good learning experience for him
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