Grade Cricket

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Re: Grade Cricket

Postby Arch44 » Thu Jan 03, 2019 4:52 pm

Bulls forever wrote:Not sure TC, that's why I'm asking, heard a whisper someone had been interviewed.


Not as yet.
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Re: Grade Cricket

Postby Bulls forever » Fri Jan 04, 2019 6:41 am

Tony Clifton wrote:
Bulls forever wrote:Not sure TC, that's why I'm asking, heard a whisper someone had been interviewed.

Dean Sayers would be due for another stint!

I'll sleep on that one!
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Re: Grade Cricket

Postby tigerfan11 » Fri Jan 04, 2019 7:56 am

Allegedly appointed Spin coach of Sri Lanka to Woodville. Interesting pendulum swing. It wouldn’t be a surprise if McNally has decided to concentrate on family after a few years at club land. Has done a great job at a tough club with limited junior talent. Surely had some type of influence on 3 x players being selected at first class level. Woodville would be mad not to go hard at a former player and well credentialed coach in Paul Finnie.
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Re: Grade Cricket

Postby The Hound » Fri Jan 04, 2019 10:47 am

tigerfan11 wrote:Allegedly appointed Spin coach of Sri Lanka to Woodville. Interesting pendulum swing. It wouldn’t be a surprise if McNally has decided to concentrate on family after a few years at club land. Has done a great job at a tough club with limited junior talent. Surely had some type of influence on 3 x players being selected at first class level. Woodville would be mad not to go hard at a former player and well credentialed coach in Paul Finnie.


Wouldn't of thought they had limited junior talent considering they have had a number of lads in or around the junior HP squads. Think you will find that chasing junior premiership instead of working with the senior coaching panel has had an effect. If you speak with there bar staff they have one of the best junior talents in Australia :-? A number of lads went to community clubs this year instead of being first year seniors. Culture?
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Re: Grade Cricket

Postby the smokey » Fri Jan 04, 2019 1:18 pm

The Hound wrote:
tigerfan11 wrote:Allegedly appointed Spin coach of Sri Lanka to Woodville. Interesting pendulum swing. It wouldn’t be a surprise if McNally has decided to concentrate on family after a few years at club land. Has done a great job at a tough club with limited junior talent. Surely had some type of influence on 3 x players being selected at first class level. Woodville would be mad not to go hard at a former player and well credentialed coach in Paul Finnie.


Wouldn't of thought they had limited junior talent considering they have had a number of lads in or around the junior HP squads. Think you will find that chasing junior premiership instead of working with the senior coaching panel has had an effect. If you speak with there bar staff they have one of the best junior talents in Australia :-? A number of lads went to co mmunity clubs this year instead of being first year seniors. Culture?


Everything is incredibly true.… they didn't lose a game in the 16 reds till the GF last year and were stocked with big kids who should have been playing senior cricket! Considering their lower grades have been atrocious for a long time! CULTURE exactly!
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Re: Grade Cricket

Postby Tony Clifton » Fri Jan 04, 2019 9:25 pm

Riley Robinson named for NDCC tomorrow. Great news. Too talented to drift away from the game so early.
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Re: Grade Cricket

Postby Tony Clifton » Fri Jan 04, 2019 9:58 pm

A few interesting names floating around in the Cs tomorrow

Theo Doropolous and Jack Pudney for the Bays. Nathan Adcock for Uni.
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Re: Grade Cricket

Postby helicopterking » Sat Jan 05, 2019 8:16 pm

Winter 92 off 38 balls today.
Probably should have Lehman’s position at the strikers.
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Re: Grade Cricket

Postby bunji » Sun Jan 06, 2019 11:19 am

Great to see him doing so well, the bowling attack he was facing unfortunately doesn't compare with BBL. I am sure he will get his opportunity in Futures and after that it is up to him.Makes no sense to select players in first class cricket if they are unable to perform at Futures level. Surprising that SACA have a 2nd grade T20 competition being played with Red balls, I would be interested in knowing what the thinking is behind that other than the cost of uniforms.
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Re: Grade Cricket

Postby Tony Clifton » Sun Jan 06, 2019 3:09 pm

bunji wrote:Great to see him doing so well, the bowling attack he was facing unfortunately doesn't compare with BBL. I am sure he will get his opportunity in Futures and after that it is up to him.Makes no sense to select players in first class cricket if they are unable to perform at Futures level. Surprising that SACA have a 2nd grade T20 competition being played with Red balls, I would be interested in knowing what the thinking is behind that other than the cost of uniforms.

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Re: Grade Cricket

Postby The Hound » Wed Jan 09, 2019 10:47 am

Anyone know how they will work out table for 2's, 3's and 4's 20/20 comp with 3 teams playing one less game?
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Re: Grade Cricket

Postby Tony Clifton » Fri Jan 11, 2019 6:26 pm

Huw Stone back playing for the Stingrays tonight

T20 resurrecting a few careers!
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Re: Grade Cricket

Postby Lightning McQueen » Tue Jan 15, 2019 10:16 am

Pretty sure we've discussed this before but how ridiculous is it that all grades are playing on Australia Day, juniors included.

The junior programming has been quite poor this season, round 7 was played on the 1st of December and then concluded on the 15th, there was only one week's break over the Christmas period and IMO T20 shouldn't be played in junior cricket, there's an overkill of that now too.
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Re: Grade Cricket

Postby Eagles2017 » Tue Jan 15, 2019 11:15 am

Whats more australian than playing cricket on a saturday in summer? Maybe juniors could have it off... play on for senior grades
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Re: Grade Cricket

Postby heater31 » Tue Jan 15, 2019 11:17 am

Eagles2017 wrote:Whats more australian than playing cricket on a saturday in summer? Maybe juniors could have it off... play on for senior grades
Over in the ATCA they're whingeing that they are not playing......its a summer sport FFS!
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Re: Grade Cricket

Postby Lightning McQueen » Tue Jan 15, 2019 11:19 am

Eagles2017 wrote:Whats more australian than playing cricket on a saturday in summer? Maybe juniors could have it off... play on for senior grades

Having a few beers, some lamb chops and a swim on the river perhaps?

But yeah, maybe A's and B's, as a parent you wanna be able to have a bit of a getaway at some stage during the school holidays without it interfering with your kids sporting commitments.
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Re: Grade Cricket

Postby Arch44 » Tue Jan 15, 2019 12:16 pm

Lightning McQueen wrote:
Eagles2017 wrote:Whats more australian than playing cricket on a saturday in summer? Maybe juniors could have it off... play on for senior grades

Having a few beers, some lamb chops and a swim on the river perhaps?

But yeah, maybe A's and B's, as a parent you wanna be able to have a bit of a getaway at some stage during the school holidays without it interfering with your kids sporting commitments.


Clubs voted in Adelaide and Suburban to have it off.
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Re: Grade Cricket

Postby The Dark Knight » Tue Jan 15, 2019 12:24 pm

Arch44 wrote:
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Eagles2017 wrote:Whats more australian than playing cricket on a saturday in summer? Maybe juniors could have it off... play on for senior grades

Having a few beers, some lamb chops and a swim on the river perhaps?

But yeah, maybe A's and B's, as a parent you wanna be able to have a bit of a getaway at some stage during the school holidays without it interfering with your kids sporting commitments.


Clubs voted in Adelaide and Suburban to have it off.
I'm very happy we did!
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Re: Grade Cricket

Postby Tony Clifton » Tue Jan 15, 2019 12:31 pm

The juniors have this Saturday off but play next week!

Twenty20 finals day is this Saturday for them. Surely they could have had the T20 finals on Australia Day, give 2/3s of the teams the weekend off instead of the other way around.
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Re: Grade Cricket

Postby Lightning McQueen » Tue Jan 15, 2019 12:34 pm

Tony Clifton wrote:The juniors have this Saturday off but play next week!

Twenty20 finals day is this Saturday for them. Surely they could have had the T20 finals on Australia Day, give 2/3s of the teams the weekend off instead of the other way around.


It's school holidays, they could've had the T20 finals late afternoon mid-week.
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