I used to play Indoor with for the Lurnea Indoo centre, which used to be owned by Les Clarke, the father of Michael... Every now and again, when he didnt have too much on his plate, the Pup used to play.Jim_Levet said:Just a quick question. Did anybody play junior cricket with a kid that went on to play State or Test cricket?
Still playing 3/4/5th grades in Canberra when time allows. Wrong side of 40, buggerred RC in shoulder and stuffed knees from indoor. I just cant seem to give it away. Have thought serously about sitting the exams and dabbling in some umpiring. Want to hang around in the game long enough to play a season with my son before pulling up stumps, and retiring to the dressing shed.lagernut said:Another question who out there is still playing cricket at the moment? (any grade) :
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Hear Hear! Hassle is that my Son is only 4! Started Have a Go cricket this year, so the process of coaching has commenced. This places me at 51 when he is 15. I guess waving the bat at 50. and then retiring will be the way to go.....lagernut said:Hey Mandrakar
Your description of yourself is exactly the same as me :huh:
Ive got 3 to 4 years to wait for my son to play with me
After coaching u-10 in the morning & playing in the afternoon there is nothing better than sitting down with a nice cold (tap) homebrew
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Ritchie- Very impressive call on Hussey,you seem to have picked that one before the selectors. Now what about the new guy from W.A? have you ever come up against him?richie said:probably one of the the better would be Hussey. Gets hundreds for fun, Ive seen way more of him than I would have liked. Extremely consistent, here and o/s. I dunno why he hasnt been given more of a chance really?