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Old 05-15-2007, 07:43 AM   #331
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i think 03's tournament was alot better than this years, alot more interesting.

with this years i just lost interest after a while, australia never looked like losing a match.
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zimbabwe is a beatifull country the houses is big & crime was very low & good people
it was the bread bascket of africa
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Old 05-15-2007, 08:18 AM   #333
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when zimbabwe was under colonization thats when it was the bst african country ... its a shame a country so beautiful could end up like that, a zimbabwean girl came to my school when i was in year 10 and the stories she told, you wouldnt believe them if they told, its shit you think only happen in hollywood and shit ... and just of note, zimbabwe rejected an offer to play the scheduled one dayers at neutral venues ...

Top players slam World Cup

May 15, 2007
A SURVEY of the world's best cricketers revealed most players were underwhelmed by this year's World Cup and have little faith in the International Cricket Council's ability to govern the game.

In a damning assessment of the sport's showpiece event and the ICC, most of the 45 elite players surveyed admitted they were not satisfied by the governing body's ability to organise World Cups or the game.

The survey, conducted by the Federation of International Cricketers' Associations (FICA) and released today, found 56 per cent of players were both not satisfied by the ICC's ability to deliver World Cups and lacked confidence in the ICC governing cricket.

Significant numbers also said they had not been educated properly on matters such as corruption, doping and racism.

The survey found 89 per cent of players rated the recent World Cup in the
Caribbean as either average (44 per cent), below average (38 per cent) or poor (eight per cent).

Only three per cent of respondents said the tournament was excellent, while eight per cent rated it good.

On top of the murder of Pakistan coach Bob Woolmer, the World Cup was criticised for being too long, having too many lopsided matches, having a long and meaningless Super Eights stage and putting fans offside through a lack of atmosphere and steep ticket prices.

Australia's win over Sri Lanka in the final was also marred by rain and the inability of the umpires and match referee Jeff Crowe to call the match off because of light even though both sides had conceded the game over.

Those scenes of chaos made for an anti-climatic finish when the match eventually finished in darkness.
Just as alarming for the ICC, significant numbers of players said they were not properly educated on anti-doping, anti-corruption and anti-racism measures.

Fourteen per cent of players said they had not been properly educated by the ICC on its anti-doping policy, 16 per cent said they had not been adequately educated in anti-corruption matters and 18 per cent said they were not aware of their obligations under the sport's anti-racism code.

The survey was distributed to members of the FICA member nations, which includes Australia and the elite cricket-playing nations

theyve got a point ... the icc couldnt organise a root in a brothel, that world cup was all over the place ... but still that survey doesnt mean shit ... only 45 players were asked ... thats only a handful per nation ...
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Old 05-15-2007, 11:13 AM   #334
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i was chillin at my friends spot on saturday & there was a cat from zimbabwe in our company & according to him it's a beatiful place
he says on average the people in zimbabwe live better there then what they live here & it's only been fucked up now for the last few years
he left zim about 6 months ago & is looking forward in going back once magabe dies
he says magabe will run that country till he dies
what seems bad to so might not be that bad to others

i enjoyed the world cup i got to see alot of teams play almost evryday i was watching cricket
i don't understand how somone who enjoys test cricket can find the worldcup too long
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yeah i didnt really think it was too long, just from an australian point of view it was kind of uneventful, except for the fact they detroyed pretty much every team they played.

i enjoyed the games between other countries, new zealand were good to watch, same with sri lanka.
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Old 05-15-2007, 01:41 PM   #336
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did you see kenya play?
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chris gayle got absolutely creamed in the jatz crackers ... and ive had that done to me 3 times before so i felt his pain ... that shit fuckin HURTS
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Captain Kallis guides SA to victory
Captain Jacques Kallis anchored the innings in typical fashion to guide South Africa to a convincing four-wicket win over India in their one-day international in Belfast on Tuesday.
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India were restricted to 242 for eight after Kallis won the toss and put them in to bat. South Africa replied with 245 for six to win with three balls to spare.
Kallis came to the crease in the 13th over and stood firm as the wickets tumbled around him to score an unbeaten 91. He faced 116 balls and hit six fours in his steadying innings.
India's innings turned on a third-wicket stand of 158 between Rahul Dravid and Sachin Tendulkar. Andre Nel separated them in the 44th over when he yorked Dravid's leg stump out of the ground.
The Indian captain scored a solid 74, but his team should have made more of a fist of their innings even considering his untimely dismissal. That they didn't had much to do with the fact that Tendulkar was dismissed just one run short of a century.
That disaster befell the Indians an unlucky 13 balls after Dravid went. Tendulkar clipped a delivery from Nel towards the cover boundary and set off for the run that took him to 99. Fair enough. But then he turned for a second to try and reach his ton, and a crackerjack throw from the deep by Morne van Wyk to Mark Boucher found the maestro just short of his ground.
Decent death bowling saw India lose four more wickets in what remained of their innings, two of them to Kallis. There were also two scalps for Andrew Hall, while Nel finished with three for 47.
South Africa's reply smouldered rather than burned, but that proved the best course of action on a lively pitch and against India's tricky attack.
AB de Villiers and Van Wyk made a good enough start with their opening stand of 56 that was ended when left-arm fast bowler Rudra Singh had De Villiers caught behind for 24.
That stirred Kallis into action, and as long as he was given reasonable support the result wasn't in serious doubt. Reliable help came from Van Wyk (44), who shared a stand of 43 with the skipper before he attempted to nurdle a ball from leg-spinner Piyush Chawla to leg but sent a catch looping to cover.
Boucher, whose innings was ended at 23 by a dodgy leg-before decision given in favour of Zaheer Khan, helped Kallis add another 41 for the fifth wicket.
Then Vernon Philander scored a useful 17 not out in the unbroken stand of 55 that put the South Africans over the top.
To Philander fell the honour of scoring the winning runs, which came when he belted Yuvraj Singh through long-off for four. Chawla proved a handful and took three for 47.


Bumper season for SA cricket
Cricket South Africa on Wednesday announced the fixtures for the 2007/8 season, and fans are in for a treat of domestic and international cricket that includes seven tours and the hosting of the inaugural ICC World Twenty20 South Africa 2007 in September.
Gerald Majola, CSA CEO, said at a media conference: “This is going to be a bumper season for South African cricket, both domestically and internationally.
“The new season, which kicks off with the tour to Ireland this month, will include seven international tours and the hosting of the inaugural World Twenty20 South Africa in 2007.
“We believe that the T20 format is going to bring in a new audience for cricket, and we believe this interest will spread to other forms of the game.
“On the home front, the Standard Bank Pro20 broke all domestic attendance records last year, and we expect this pattern to continue in the new season.
“We also believe that this will impact on audiences following other domestic competitions.
“We will be into our fourth season of franchise cricket, all indications are that the MTN Domestic Championship and the SuperSport Series in the longer version of the game will again produce outstanding and competitive cricket.
“On the international front, we will be using this season with its seven tours to increase the pool of Proteas players so that we can meet the challenges of this busy 2007/8 season.
“This means that the domestic programme will give emerging players a good opportunity to catch the attention of the national selectors, and this will give added incentives to do well in our home competitions.
“The international tours will be a good mix of home and away conditions, and our Standard Bank High Performance Programme has been geared to prepare players for different conditions and different formats of the game.
“The international tours include away tours to Ireland, Zimbabwe, Pakistan, Bangladesh and India. “At home, we will be hosting New Zealand and West Indies as well as the ICC World Twenty20 South Africa 2007. “We are not taking our first international tour to Ireland lightly, and the Proteas squad, with several new players in it, is determined to do well. “The squad will play in a five-match ODI tournament against India and Ireland, which will be held in Belfast from June 22.”
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Yuvraj takes India to series win
On a day when three batsmen engineered rescue acts in bowler-friendly Belfast, India prevailed, sneaking a thrilling 6-wicket win to clinch the Future Cup


Justin Kemp helped lift South Africa to 148 but it wasn't enough as India won by six wickets and took the series in the third ODI in Belfast

Makhaya Ntini is congratulated by Morne Van Wyk after dismissing Sachin Tendulkar early


Gautam Gambhir just about makes his ground as Mark Boucher whips
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South Africa beats Australia
Graeme Smith led from the front to take South Africa to an eight-wicket victory in their ICC World Twenty20 warm-up match against Australia at Supersport Park on Sunday afternoon.
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The near capacity crowd that made the most of a glorious spring day to pack Supersport Park had their money's worth as they watched Smith bludgeon an undefeated 89 off 61 balls.
Chasing a target of 180 for victory, Smith and Herschelle Gibbs got off to a very good start with an opening stand of 54 before Gibbs was bowled by Ben Hilfenhaus for 20. Smith was joined by AB de Villiers, and although their 50 partnership took them 43 balls, they soon began to knock off the runs. Smith reached his half century off 36 balls, hitting nine fours, while De Villiers needed just 29 deliveries to reach 50.
They put on 116 for the second wicket, but with victory in sight, De Villiers was caught in the covers by Brad Hodge off Nathan Bracken for 65. His runs came off 35 balls and included four boundaries and four sixes.
JP Duminy joined Smith at the crease, but added only one run before Smith clinched the victory with a boundary off Bracken to win the match by eight wickets with five balls in hand.
The partisan crowd was with the Proteas all the way, cheering every run, and as victory appeared imminent, the strains of "Shoshaloza" were heard around the ground.
Earlier, Australia, sent in to bat by South Africa, made a competitive 179 for eight, although they lost wickets at regular intervals.
Veteran workhorse Shaun Pollock got the ball rolling when he bowled Adam Gilchrist (nine) and Brad Haddin (nought) with the last two balls of his second over to have Australia 18 for two.
Bowling partner Makhaya Ntini got into the act in the next over when he ran Brad Hodge out for six.
Andrew Symonds and Michael Hussey got Australia back on track with a fourth-wicket stand of 42, before AB de Villiers took an excellent catch off Andre Nel to send Hussey back for 14.
Symonds, for whom T20 cricket could have been designed, smashed 45 off 26 balls, including six fours and a six, before he was caught by Ntini off Johan van der Wath's first delivery.
Matthew Hayden, always a danger man, hit 18 off nine balls, with two massive sixes, but Vernon Philander put paid to his scoring efforts with a magnificent ball that shattered his wicket.
Morne Morkel took two wickets in three balls, with Brett Lee caught on the boundary by Pollock for 11, and Hogg bowled for 28 off 19 balls.
Mitchell Johnson and Nathan Bracken scored 41 runs off the last three overs, with Johnson contributing six fours in his 30. After the match, the crowd had some additional entertainment when the two sides practised a 'bowl-out' - the method that will be used in the event of a tie during the T20. Australia won the bowl out, which went into a sudden death situation, after the two teams were equal after six bowlers had bowled at the wickets.




Gibbs, Kemp ease SA to victory
Herschelle Gibbs and Justin Kemp shared a century stand to earn South Africa a stirring eight-wicket win over West Indies in the World Twenty20 opener in Johannesburg on Tuesday.
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Gibbs and Kemp are two of the most maddeningly mercurial talents in South African cricket, but on the night they emerged on the right side of that equation with an unbroken partnership of 120.
Gibbs' 90 not out, which came off 54 balls with 14 fours and two sixes, was brimful of breathtaking innovation despite him batting with a runner after straining a calf. Kemp was all elegance and power for his unbeaten 46.
Quietly, they stole Chris Gayle's thunder. The West Indies opener gobsmacked the capacity crowd with his belligerent 117, the first century to be scored in the international version of 20-over cricket.
That was the cornerstone of West Indies' total of 205 for six. South Africa replied with 208 for two to win with 14 balls remaining.
Gayle murdered his innings off 57 balls with seven fours and 10 sixes. He reached his ton in the 15th over off 50 deliveries, and of those just 15 of those were dot balls. He took singles off another 15 balls. The rest were dispatched to or over the boundary.
There was little South Africa could do as Gayle laid into the bowlers as if they had said something awful about his mother.
He drilled the seventh ball he faced, which was bowled by Shaun Pollock, low and menacing over square leg to register his first six in the third over.
By then the runs were already raining like shrapnel, and that was the pattern until Devon Smith edged Vernon Philander to Mark Boucher in the 14th over.
Smith's 35 was by some distance the lesser part of a stand of 145, the biggest in the short history of international 20-over cricket.
Gayle smashed, slashed and bashed his way forward for another three overs before he skied Johan van der Wath to Boucher. Graeme Smith and Pollock made sure to shake the centurion's hand as he left the ground.
South Africa fought back superbly to take three more wickets and concede just 27 runs from the 25 deliveries that remained after Gayle had gone.
But there remained plenty of work to do with the bat, and things looked bleak when Graeme Smith was struck a painful blow on the hand by the first ball of the innings, bowled by Ricardo Powell.
The skipper soldiered on until the sixth over, when he drove at Ravi Rampaul and was smartly caught by Gayle at extra cover for 28.
AB de Villiers scored 16 before hoiking at Fidel Edwards and skying a catch to the wicketkeeper. That reduced South Africa to 88 for two in the ninth over. The match was in the balance then, but not for long as Gibbs and Kemp shut the door on their opponents with brilliant batting that the Windies could neither contain nor end. The West Indians fell apart under the mounting pressure, dropping Gibbs on 20 and 43 and Kemp on 13. Their ground fielding dwindled to a level that would have embarrassed the average eight-year-old, and they gave up long before the result was in the book.
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Smith all clear, Gibbs 50-50
The Proteas were able to breath a huge sigh of relief when both X-rays and a CAT scan revealed that their captain, Graeme Smith, suffered no fracture when he was hit on the right hand by West Indies paceman Daren Powell at the Wanderers on Tuesday night.
Smith was rushed to hospital immediately after he was dismissed off the first ball of the sixth over of the ICC world Twenty20 opener -- he actually suffered the injury to the first ball of the innings -- and the prospect of a tournament-threatening injury threatened to remove some of the gloss from South Africa’s eight-wicket victory.
“In spite of the fact that the results reveal no fracture, there is bound to be severe bruising of the soft tissue,” cautioned team physiotherapist Shane Jabaar.
“We will have to be guided by his physical condition in treating the injury but hopefully he will be able to pick up a bat in two days’ time.”
Smith was able to follow the progress of his team on television from a local hospital. “Fortunately there was a TV set there and I dashed in and out of the X-ray room to follow the boys’ progress,” he said.
“It was a win of great character,” he commented.
“When we got Chris Gayle out in the 14th over, we got together in the middle and were determined to get back into the game in the final six overs. That was what we managed to do with both ball and in the field. It was a turning point.
“Herschelle (Gibbs) and Justin (Kemp) both batted brilliantly. Herschelle underlined that the ability of a batsman to go through the innings is just as important in this form of the game as it is in an ODI.”
The news about Gibbs, who finished with an unbeaten 90 off 55 balls and aided by a runner for much of the time, was not quite as positive. “Herschelle has a first degree plus strain of the hamstring (of the right leg),” commented Jabaar. “At this stage he can only be regarded as a 50-50 chance for Saturday (against Bangladesh at Newlands).” Fortunately, the Proteas are well stocked for top-order batsmen. Both Gulam Bodi and AB de Villiers have proved their ability to open at this level while JP Duminy is also a top three batsman.
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Thirty Six Runs In Six Balls Herschelle Gibbs Cricket video

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it's a whille back but it's defintly worth watching


South African cricket has a quota for one coloured player, which is met by Cape coloured opener Herschelle Gibbs

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australia vs zimbabwe is going to start soon

right now pakistan vs scotland, they in 10th over pakistan is batting already 3 down & the runs is coming slow
pakistan won the game due to poor batting from the scots

it looks like australia is going to win zimbabwe through the fuckworth system but zimbabwe if the game goes on zimbabwe should win it

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ZIMBABWE BEATS AUSTRALIA

The Zimbabwe team race on to the pitch, engulfing each other. This is a magnificent result and, it must be said, a thoroughly deserved victory. Zimbabwe have played so well this evening. "Congratulations Zimbabwe" flashes up on the board - not a phrase expected before this match. Remember you could have got 10 to 1 on Zimbabwe at the start of this game, in a two-horse race. And Australia were 50-1 on.

Zimbabwe really have shone in this match, with nerveless fielding, accurate bowling and then an excellent display of batting from a confident Taylor who carried his bat to bring up an unbeaten 60. Ponting is still smiling: "We've been outplayed." He calls the batting "diabolical" but wait, read this: "It's a mental thing for us - we've got to start respecting the game a bit more." There it is, Ponting has said it: Australia have admitted they have been taking the game too lightheartedly.

Perhaps lessons from the 2005 Ashes have not been learned, when their drubbing - having dismissed Twenty20 as "a bit of fun" - set the tone for the summer. And this result tonight is interesting - we did wonder if Australia had a fall coming given their confidence heading into the tournament, though nobody expected that it would be so dramatic, nor that they would lose to Zimbabwe. Their upcoming opponents, though, must be fearing a resurgence - perhaps the monster will be woken now.

Let's focus now, though, on Utseya who is calm in the win. "We needed someone to play sensible, Brendan Taylor did that." He said he was going to bowl first anyway, so the toss was unimportant. Utseya leaves the interview, punching his fist in the air. As well he might. What an extraordinary match we have just witnessed. Taylor is the Man of the Match. "Words can't describe the win. Allround brilliant performance by the guys." He said it.

Brendan Taylor appeals as Mike Hussey is run out by a direct hit from point

An ecstatic Gary Brent celebrates bowling Brett Lee

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MAN OF THE MATCH Brendan Taylor


when the zimbabweans came back on the field it was pure adrenalin i couldn't sit we where jumping around screaming like mad men

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just watched the match mate, and while the format is pretty dubious, i dont mind seeing a lower team like zimbabwe have a win.

the game is good to watch, but i really dont think it has to be taken that seriously.
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