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Dec 12, 2019, 22:51

Marnus Labuschagne 110 not out, third ton in three games.

Wagner 2 Oz wickets (Warner and Smith).


Oz and NZ are the winners big time.


Marigolds sure could use them.

No......to pale.

Dec 13, 2019, 04:12

Oh Look who's back.....Fartur Arthur, the unashamed racist Bwhahahahahaha Glad to see that you've managed to patch up your bloated ego ready to play another round of hardball. Still feeling sorry for yourself? Over those sleepless nights ready to restore your all important opinions Huh?

Listen Sucker, we all know your agenda, it's blatantly obvious, you're not here to discuss rugby or cricket hence the reason it is of no surprise that I can't find a half-decent post of yours on either sport. 

As for your latest attempt to blame the ANC's racist policy.....you don't give up do you, racism is eating you alive.

Marnus Labuschagne

Labuschagne was born in Klerksdorp, in South Africa's North West province, to South African parents. His family emigrated to Australia in 2004 when he was 10, after his father gained work in the mining industry, and Labuschagne attended school at Brisbane State High School. He grew up speaking Afrikaans, and only became fluent in English after moving to Australia.

A right-handed batsman, Labuschagne played for Queensland at under-12, under-15, under-17, and under-19 level, and captained the side at the 2012–13 National Championships.[6][7] Labuschagne made his first-class debut in the first round of the 2014–15 Sheffield Shield season, against South Australia

Neil Wagner

Wagner was born at Pretoria and attended Afrikaanse Hoër Seunskool as a high school student where he played for the 1st team. He is a left-handed batsman and left-arm medium-fast bowler who toured Zimbabwe and Bangladesh with South African Academy sides and was twelfth man in two Test matches for South Africa. In 2008, he moved to New Zealand to pursue a career playing Test cricket. In June 2009 he was awarded a place in the New Zealand

After an uneven start to his test career against the West Indies and his birth country South Africa, Wagner established himself as a reliable 3rd seamer for New Zealand side during their 2013 home and away series against England, taking 19 wickets in 5 tests. Wagner produced consistent performances over the next 2 years (including a man of the match 8 wicket haul against India at Eden Park). Despite this, he struggled to maintain his place in the side and was not selected in either of New Zealand's 2 tests against England in 2015.

Suck it up Fartur Arthur....you've lost all credibility not that an unashamed racist has any. 

Dec 13, 2019, 18:33

Yep the Marigolds sure could use Lappies batting skills, what a performance once again.

Once a Saffer always a Saffer.

Dec 14, 2019, 00:11

Fartur Arthur

Care for another round of hardball? C'mon have another play...........I'm awaiting...whenever you're ready motherfucker...whenever you're ready.....

Dec 14, 2019, 18:33

Yet another 50 from Lappies..............

Dec 16, 2019, 17:44

Great to read about the introduction of new blood into the squad.

Trust that Smith and Boucher will be able to do what needs to be done and produce a winning squad finally.

Long overdue.

Dec 18, 2019, 06:24

Another nothing post. Tell me Fartur, what's great about a bunch of useless "new blood" hopefuls?

Man you are dumb!

 
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