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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.
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Jarrod Kimber Feb 13
Replying to @sunil_shenoy
no, he played one. enjoy your day
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Sam Ellard Feb 12
The best five weeks with the best people 🙌🏏
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talkSPORT Cricket Feb 13
📊 Stat Of The Day! As the Test series ends in a win for the hosts, explains why the stats didn't matter on the final day... Class from ! 👏
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talkSPORT Cricket Feb 12
🤫 Don't doubt Chase 😖 Wood struggles with ground 👏 YMCA comes to St Lucia Here's and on the fourth and final day of the third Test. What was your highlight of the Test series? 🤔
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Jarrod Kimber Feb 12
Replying to @jfwduffield
pretty sure Roy Gilchrist did it, and ther was a Australian bowler as well
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Jarrod Kimber Feb 12
Replying to @TheCricketGeek
terrible spelling of Rahkeem Cornwall there
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Jarrod Kimber Feb 12
Replying to @jfwduffield
yeah, that was my thinking. I have certainly heard about bouncers to the tail before then, but it was then when the system broke down, i agree
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Jarrod Kimber Feb 12
well it came to a point where if you couldn't play a normal cricket shot, how was it not a wide
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Jarrod Kimber Feb 12
definitely, most of the matches with most wides have been last 15 years. Though Bulawayo wouldn't have broken the record, because if they'd called wides there, they wouldn't have bowled them
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Jarrod Kimber Feb 12
2009
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Jarrod Kimber Feb 12
That's a catching position for Hetmyer.
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Jarrod Kimber Feb 12
Replying to @st_aubrun
i did not read it that way at all, not even close. I read it as someone surprised someone would do that
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Jarrod Kimber Feb 12
Replying to @Jurgenator
Yes. Of course some of those long standing athletics records were high altitude or just high
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Jarrod Kimber Feb 12
World record for most wides ever in a Test. Let us all celebrate.
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Jarrod Kimber Feb 12
Replying to @GeorgeDobell1
nothing wrong with being straight, George.
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Jarrod Kimber Feb 12
With that catch I think Moeen has finally won over.
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Jarrod Kimber Feb 12
Replying to @markbutcher72
ha
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Jarrod Kimber Feb 12
thanks, mate
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Jarrod Kimber Feb 12
cheers, Clark
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