Leewards' pacers took all 20 of their team's wickets!

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link voiceofreason Joined: Jan 20, 2004
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3/19/17 10:08:47 PM 
Is this a first? Must be the first in a very long time:

1st Innings: Bowling: Joseph 10-3-36-2, Tonge 9.1-0-16-4, Louis 10-3-6-4.


Tonge 8-1-29-1
Joseph 15.5-1-43-5
Louis 9-2-23-4

link Scar Joined: Nov 14, 2002
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3/19/17 10:18:11 PM 
Same Joseph who shoulda have 5 in his last match for WI but selectors keep to carry water instead of others. Fast becoming a menace to batsmen of all kinds.

link TheTrail Joined: Jun 8, 2008
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3/19/17 10:25:56 PM 
Buh wait, Leewards beat Jamaica's A team?? Wuh loss!

link voiceofreason Joined: Jan 20, 2004
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3/19/17 10:43:47 PM 
In reply to Scar

The Youth in his short career has proven himself to be a match winner! He has to be managed well and not over-bowled.

link Chrissy Joined: Nov 14, 2002
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3/20/17 5:49:19 AM 
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Dat was a disaster

link XDFIX Joined: Mar 2, 2003
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3/20/17 6:31:01 AM 
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Dat was a disaster


The pitch and all therein

link JahJah Joined: Dec 6, 2003
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3/20/17 6:46:17 AM 
In reply to TheTrail

Buh wait, Leewards beat Jamaica's A team?? Wuh loss!


No Gayle, Samuels, Leveridge or Russell. Those are big losses in the rebuilding phase.

link voiceofreason Joined: Jan 20, 2004
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3/20/17 7:46:11 AM 
In reply to XDFIX

Whose fault is that?

link voiceofreason Joined: Jan 20, 2004
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3/20/17 7:46:39 AM 
In reply to JahJah

Leveridge? What is his claim to fame? Man just calling name. smile

link voiceofreason Joined: Jan 20, 2004
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3/20/17 7:51:43 AM 
No Gayle Samuels, and Russell have not played FC cricket for Jamaica in years. Allyuh rebuilding still?

link voiceofreason Joined: Jan 20, 2004
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3/20/17 8:47:48 AM 
Leewards also create history by winning the first d/n FC match at Sabina.

link nissan Joined: Dec 1, 2002
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3/20/17 9:08:08 AM 
In reply to JahJah

So wunna caan beat Leewards in yard widout Gayle & Russell??

link JahJah Joined: Dec 6, 2003
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3/20/17 9:37:20 AM 
In reply to voiceofreason

You think Leveridge wouldn't have a party on that wicket in those conditions? UWI hospital may have been busy.

PS: Samuels is still a Test player is he not? Shouldn't he be playing FC cricket still?

link JahJah Joined: Dec 6, 2003
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3/20/17 9:38:03 AM 
In reply to nissan

Wunna remember Carlos name yet?

link voiceofreason Joined: Jan 20, 2004
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3/20/17 10:33:30 AM 
In reply to JahJah

PS: Samuels is still a Test player is he not? Shouldn't he be playing FC cricket still?


Samuels does not want to play for a Nikita led Jamaica. In the Super50 he played for Leewards. Try again but we don't want him again.

You think Leveridge wouldn't have a party on that wicket in those conditions? UWI hospital may have been busy.


That is all up to conjecture but I would not bet on an injury prone rookie pacer with an average of 40.66 and 6 wickets at a s/r of 63.1.

link nissan Joined: Dec 1, 2002
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3/20/17 10:51:57 AM 
In reply to JahJah
You remember the question?

link Kay Joined: Feb 1, 2015
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3/20/17 3:19:38 PM 
In reply to voiceofreason
Leewards' pacers took all 20 of their team's wickets!

I thought their job was to get the opposing teams' wickets?

link Slipfeeler Joined: Dec 22, 2015
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3/20/17 7:10:35 PM 
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Leveridge would have run havoc on LI batsmen. However I am very disappointed with the Yardie batsmen despite the state of the pitch!

link tc1 Joined: Jun 12, 2004
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3/20/17 9:01:22 PM 
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The yardies were rebuilding since de man built the arc, a team made 71 and the great yardies get run over and u talking about rebuilding, u better hired a chief architect, geotechnical engineer to assist with planning.

building is three years away.

link tc1 Joined: Jun 12, 2004
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3/20/17 9:37:49 PM 
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u come back from the mountains

link analyst-kid Joined: Feb 22, 2003
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3/20/17 9:53:38 PM 
Who is this Louis? This three prong of Joseph, Tonge and Louis sounds like the best thing I have heard in a long time re WI pace bowling! I will be monitoring.

link tc1 Joined: Jun 12, 2004
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3/20/17 11:40:46 PM 
In reply to Slipfeeler


mister pitful

link Fivestar Joined: Aug 31, 2003
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3/21/17 12:52:47 AM 
In reply to analyst-kid

Who is this Louis? This three prong of Joseph, Tonge and Louis sounds like the best thing I have heard in a long time re WI pace bowling! I will be monitoring.

Most fast bowlers can exploit a wicket that offers assistance. However, when fast bowlers excel on a wicket that does not offer assistance then you know you have something special. Let's wait and see how this three prong does on good wickets before we get too excited.

link natty_forever Joined: Apr 28, 2003
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3/21/17 8:16:15 AM 
In reply to tc1... you getting from bad to worse. How long has Tamar retired. That's when we rebuilding from. Six in row ring a bell. You are fast becoming the most insular poster pon the board.

link voiceofreason Joined: Jan 20, 2004
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3/21/17 11:26:13 AM 
In reply to analyst-kid

Don't get carried away Baje. The best of the lot by some distance is Zhari as he has proven that he can bowl well on most wickets.

I must say that I like the looks of young Louis both with the bat and the ball. He swings the ball at a decent clip and is one to look for in the future. Very handy with the bat and great temperament.

Tonge is on the downside of his career but his experience is needed with this young lineup. I am looking out for Kian Pemberton to join them at some point.

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