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(Some Guy)   "Silva deflected a delivery down the leg side from Symonds to fine leg for four" - Unintelligible Cricket World Cup discussion thread   ( divider line
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2007-04-16 1:22:54 PM  
Cannot wait for tomorrow - been too many meaningless matches in a row.
2007-04-16 2:39:27 PM  
Australia will take this. The only question is how many wickets Sri Lanka will get.

/my guess: 1 - Gilchrist
2007-04-16 2:46:40 PM  
Oh, it's Hayden.

/sucks at guessing
2007-04-16 3:00:29 PM  
can someone link me to the awesome play by play?
ie...the text play by play
the unintelligible one.
2007-04-16 3:01:03 PM  
Gilchrist just fell.

Aussies will win by six wickets.
2007-04-16 3:02:18 PM  

Click on the link provided - then go to 'Matchcast' from that page.

Sky Sports (google sky cricket) has a fun little match blog too.

Both are highly unintelligble.
2007-04-16 3:04:04 PM  

I first thought this was a thread about the Minnesota Twins' pitching staff.

/Carlos Silva, 4th in rotation
2007-04-16 3:05:09 PM  
Too bad the Sri Lankans sent out the B team today.

Could have been an interesting chase with their regular bowlers.
2007-04-16 3:08:55 PM  
It's perfectly ordinary banter, Squiffy. Bally Jerry, pranged his kite right in the how's-your-father; hairy blighter, dicky-birded, feathered back on his sammy, took a waspy, flipped over on his Betty Harpers and caught his can in the Bertie.
2007-04-16 3:20:38 PM  
And Bob's your uncle.
2007-04-16 4:04:20 PM  

That's effing hilarious.
2007-04-16 4:56:18 PM  
i swear this game is just made up as they go along
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