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Yes l get that too. On the Serengeti there is a strange yet beautiful arrangement for all to survive. Vast numbers are kept in check. Predators and prey in a struggle that is all yet too magical for the human eye to comprehend or the heart to imagine. Yes unnature can be a thing of overwrought beauty and can manifest as the happenstance of salubrious synchronicity of awkwardness. The herd marches by all to aware of the juxtaposition.

Dangerfield gets away with a BLATANT throw in goal assist

Leos can be like that when expressing their energy negatively.
Pete Sampras was another.
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Ponting is a Sagittarius who are quite often greagarious in a number of ways. Happy go lucky types Boris Becker was another.

Analysing Australia’s Test cricket winners: Ian Chappell, Bill Lawry, Kim Hughes, Graham Yallop and Monty Noble

I suppose I’m biased towards fighters, not lovers, in cricket. Most sports come to think of it

Analysing Australia’s Test cricket winners: Ian Chappell, Bill Lawry, Kim Hughes, Graham Yallop and Monty Noble

Greg was a better, more elegant, batsman. He was an unimaginative captain.

Analysing Australia’s Test cricket winners: Ian Chappell, Bill Lawry, Kim Hughes, Graham Yallop and Monty Noble

Would there be enough mirrors?

Jeremy Cameron wants out of the Giants

I saw Neil Young at Geelong

Jeremy Cameron wants out of the Giants

On Davey l feel split, he plays the true wickets well and the slow poorly. So no l don’t consider Davey a great of the game, good, but not great.

Analysing Australia’s Test cricket winners: Ian Chappell, Bill Lawry, Kim Hughes, Graham Yallop and Monty Noble

First of all, apologies for being blunt but inane l wasnt. I’ve been around. Was l wrong?
In one SA series he averaged 10 and he performed badly in another one.
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Hard to dismiss the 35 ave before captaincy and 50 upon attaining captaincy. His batting became more instrumental with the captaincy.
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Your main point was his performances were, could’ve been, affected by either age or responsibility. Neither was the case.
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I’ve always enjoyed your responses because they are truthful.

Analysing Australia’s Test cricket winners: Ian Chappell, Bill Lawry, Kim Hughes, Graham Yallop and Monty Noble

I could write a book called “The Mythconceptions of the Chappells”

Analysing Australia’s Test cricket winners: Ian Chappell, Bill Lawry, Kim Hughes, Graham Yallop and Monty Noble

Mallet didn’t tour that one.

Analysing Australia’s Test cricket winners: Ian Chappell, Bill Lawry, Kim Hughes, Graham Yallop and Monty Noble

So both countries were down on pace. As Lillee became injured and Massie went south. Tangles and the well-known Jeff Hammond did the deed. Both atrribute the support and care Chapps showed these guys in them being successful. So both teams were even, as pace stocks taken out, someone still had to engineer a win.

Analysing Australia’s Test cricket winners: Ian Chappell, Bill Lawry, Kim Hughes, Graham Yallop and Monty Noble

I also find the “captain’s innings” a bit pretentious. Shouldn’t all the Top 6 be responsible befitting of their speciality?
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And Lawry and Ponting were not captains. Yes, l know, Ponting’s ratio n’all. That means zip to me. He lost the Ashes 3x!!!

Analysing Australia’s Test cricket winners: Ian Chappell, Bill Lawry, Kim Hughes, Graham Yallop and Monty Noble

I watched that 7 for 1. He was irrepressible that day. He was more Merv Hughes than Merv was. The little pub in the east end of Rundle St couldn’t believe.

Analysing Australia’s Test cricket winners: Ian Chappell, Bill Lawry, Kim Hughes, Graham Yallop and Monty Noble

But in the case of Ian he had Lillee and Thommo less than half the games he was captain in. It’s quite the common mistake to think the other way. Ian was not captain against the Windies in 75-76.

Analysing Australia’s Test cricket winners: Ian Chappell, Bill Lawry, Kim Hughes, Graham Yallop and Monty Noble

I spose* everybody has a flaw* or two*
(Thai pose)

Dangerfield gets away with a BLATANT throw in goal assist

I’m just having a dig. I know there a throwers and its a blight.

Dangerfield gets away with a BLATANT throw in goal assist

“There’s no doubt earlier in his career, prior to taking over from Bill Lawry, he was a very good batsman, but the numbers Matt’s produced suggest either age or the pressures of captaincy affected his scoring.”
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This is completely wrong. He struggled early his career. He averaged 35 before the captaincy and 50 with it!!!
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Are we even talking about the same man or are you too young?
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Btw, Dylan is still alive.

Analysing Australia’s Test cricket winners: Ian Chappell, Bill Lawry, Kim Hughes, Graham Yallop and Monty Noble

No

Analysing Australia’s Test cricket winners: Ian Chappell, Bill Lawry, Kim Hughes, Graham Yallop and Monty Noble

Brownlow is boring. Congrats to the winner but spare me the insanity, the inanity and the la-de-da.
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I like the wags part. Thanks for the mammaries.

Five talking points from the AFL preliminary finals

Because we said so.

Five talking points from the AFL preliminary finals

Weird hey. Strange times.

Analysing Australia’s Test cricket winners: Ian Chappell, Bill Lawry, Kim Hughes, Graham Yallop and Monty Noble

It’s all moot I suppose.

The moment of insane courage that deserved to win Port Adelaide the preliminary final

I would add S Waugh. Both Steve and Ian had more elegant bros but Steve and Ian were the real deal. Both also endured long fruition times.
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Our best captains are Air signs.

Analysing Australia’s Test cricket winners: Ian Chappell, Bill Lawry, Kim Hughes, Graham Yallop and Monty Noble

So Eagles won. Different landscape to when l was in SA.

Analysing Australia’s Test cricket winners: Ian Chappell, Bill Lawry, Kim Hughes, Graham Yallop and Monty Noble

I spise everybody has a glaw or tpo but when it’s the actual floor it’s not a good look.

Dangerfield gets away with a BLATANT throw in goal assist