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Jarrod Kimber
The guy who shouts on the table next to you. Available on Netflix. I once lived on the same road as Sav Rocca. Spend more time on planes than trains.
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Jarrod Kimber 3h
am saving that for them losing the final.
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Jarrod Kimber 4h
Replying to @wutube
he fully committed to fingers up there, chance of a late footy call up. The reverse Carey.
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Jarrod Kimber 4h
Replying to @EdmundBayliss
side note, there has almost always never been part time left arm seam in cricket. Tests or ODIs, and even in FC cricket.
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Jarrod Kimber 4h
Replying to @EdmundBayliss
overall gap is 3, 28/31 from memory, so england massively good against right arm seam, and under par v left arm.
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Jarrod Kimber 4h
Replying to @lucasgarth
he's been doing the salute for years in the CPL, so he always brings it
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Jarrod Kimber 4h
Replying to @lucasgarth
my guess at the time was that Cottrell only played that game because WI had done theirs
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Jarrod Kimber 4h
Replying to @Soups474 @ScorchersBBL
that was more my point, playing him as a first changer was weird
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Jarrod Kimber 4h
Replying to @uaminhas
reckon vince might have been taken by him in the bash as well
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Jarrod Kimber 4h
England V left arm from a while back.
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Jarrod Kimber 4h
Replying to @Soups474 @ScorchersBBL
explains why he bowled first change last game then
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Jarrod Kimber 4h
Replying to @sportznut67
Even from three innings it would be nice
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Jarrod Kimber 4h
That Behrendorff's a good new ball bowler. Who knew.
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Jarrod Kimber 4h
Replying to @PaulNobes2
I agree. Think He’s hitting them so well
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Todd Spehr 6h
Larry Bird and Magic Johnson shared the NBA's Lifetime Achievement Award last night. DYK: they shared an arena to play basketball on 72 occasions, between Apr. 5, 1978 and Aug. 8, 1992
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Jarrod Kimber 6h
Replying to @hamza007_
they were going at 4 runs an over for a while back there, think that had a lot more to do with it
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Jarrod Kimber 6h
Replying to @cricketingview
He'd need a strike of 300 to make it work
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Jarrod Kimber 6h
Replying to @cricketingview
Oh, sorry. Yeah, crazy.
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Replying to @cricketingview
Dre Russ is 4.1 isn't he. Though that's over a much longer period.
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Jarrod Kimber 6h
This World Cup Maxwell has 143 runs from 70 balls. Hitting a boundary every 3.2 balls. Out every 11.6. That is very Maxwellian, even for Maxwell.
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