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PostPosted: Wed Mar 05, 2008 12:50 am    Post subject: Caps Awarded?  Reply with quote

The only current players who had been awarded county caps prior to the start of the 2007 season were Stubbo and Kev Dean.  I assume that Lungley and Wagg have been capped, but have heard nothing; can anyone confirm this?  How about anyone else being capped, such as Jamie Pipe?
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 05, 2008 1:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

There was a photo shoot during one dinner break last season in which Jamie Pipe, Waggy, Katich, and Lungley got awarded their caps.

Boats Moss Crying or Very sad and Adnan got theirs in 2004
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 07, 2009 5:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Had to laugh at this.

http://www.news.com.au/dailytelegrap...001023,00.html

Simon Katich grabs Michael Clarke by throat over team song


AUSTRALIAN cricket plunged deeper into crisis last night with the revelation that vice-captain Michael Clarke and Simon Katich were embroiled in a physical altercation in the SCG dressingrooms after the Sydney Test last month.


The Daily Telegraph can reveal the pair had to be separated by stunned teammates when Katich grabbed Clarke by the throat during an argument over the singing of the team song.
It is understood Clarke had wanted the song sung early in celebrations so he could leave the rooms to be with family and model girlfriend Lara Bingle. The incident occurred just hours after the side's thrilling 103-run win over South Africa.
Cricket Australia has not taken action against the players and Clarke and Katich yesterday both insisted they had "moved on".
But the confrontation reveals the simmering tension bubbling beneath the surface of the national side in the wake of its Test and one-day series losses to South Africa this summer.

"Yes, we had a disagreement after the Sydney Test," Clarke told The Daily Telegraph yesterday.
"This kind of thing occasionally happens in cricket teams. We didn't see eye to eye on that night, but we have been teammates at NSW and Australia a long time.
"We've spoken since, including catching up the other night at the Allan Border Medal. There's no issue between us. We've all moved on."
Said Katich: "I've spoken to Michael as recently as today and we're both big enough and old enough to have moved on. I'm not fussed about what happened."


Bizarrely, the singing of the team's iconic victory song, Under The Southern Cross I Stand, appears to have been the reason behind the skirmish.
Sources close to the team said Clarke had wanted the official song sung early in the evening, as it was in Adelaide in November when captain Ricky Ponting needed to leave early after victory against New Zealand.
It is customary for the custodian of the song - currently batsman Michael Hussey - to decide when it is sung following play.


It is understood the team came off the field at 6pm and Clarke had asked for the team song to be sung by 11pm, so the players could have drinks with family and friends at a venue organised by Clarke. Hussey did not begin the song until near midnight, after the fight broke out.
Clarke will stand in for Ricky Ponting as captain in tonight's one-day international against New Zealand at the MCG. He and Katich will play alongside one another this month in the three-Test tour of South Africa, and Katich said there would be no animosity on tour.


"Michael and I are focused on some tough Test cricket that's coming up for Australia against South Africa in a couple of weeks," he said.
Cricket Australia spokesman Peter Young said no action had been taken and the argument was considered a private matter.
"What happens between these guys is their business," he said. "They've sorted it and moved on.
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 07, 2009 5:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I never saw him smile once at Derby, wonder how many times they had to re-take this shot?? All he ever did was scowl at me for suggesting we show some passion v Notts




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