high drama at old trafford!

high drama at old trafford!

Post by unlimitedkish » Fri, 12 Aug 2005 21:32:04


a dropped catch of vaughan by gilchrist , the next ball he is bowled
off a no-ball.same over he gets his 50. gilchrist dropping 2 catches!!
 
 
 

high drama at old trafford!

Post by Right Re » Fri, 12 Aug 2005 21:39:53

Quote:

> a dropped catch of vaughan by gilchrist , the next ball he is bowled
> off a no-ball.same over he gets his 50. gilchrist dropping 2 catches!!

And it wasn't a difficult catch (2nd)

 
 
 

high drama at old trafford!

Post by Mick » Fri, 12 Aug 2005 21:43:24

Quote:


>> a dropped catch of vaughan by gilchrist , the next ball he is bowled
>> off a no-ball.same over he gets his 50. gilchrist dropping 2
>> catches!!

> And it wasn't a difficult catch (2nd)

Nor was the first one - stuck out the left hand instead of trying to catch
it two handed - looks good when they stick - looks amateurish when they
don't.

 
 
 

high drama at old trafford!

Post by unlimitedkish » Fri, 12 Aug 2005 21:49:05

well the 2nd one wasn't THAT easy !
we expect aus. to take that! or do we????
 
 
 

high drama at old trafford!

Post by vignes1.. » Fri, 12 Aug 2005 22:01:07

As my Indian friends would say, Gilly's dropped catch off Vaghan's bat
was a 'laddu' catch- not hard at all in my view.

Vicky:
[Now, more misfielding as well by Aussies!]

 
 
 

high drama at old trafford!

Post by unlimitedkish » Fri, 12 Aug 2005 22:15:44

well am an indian too, to start..............
being an indian & having keepers like dhoni who would better take
coaching from 10-yr olds,if that catch is a laddu , then we are most
deprived of it ,unfortunatenately, as we hardly swallo 'em when they
come along!!!
 
 
 

high drama at old trafford!

Post by John Hal » Sat, 13 Aug 2005 02:29:37


Quote:



>>> a dropped catch of vaughan by gilchrist , the next ball he is bowled
>>> off a no-ball.same over he gets his 50. gilchrist dropping 2
>>> catches!!

>> And it wasn't a difficult catch (2nd)

>Nor was the first one - stuck out the left hand instead of trying to catch
>it two handed - looks good when they stick - looks amateurish when they
>don't.

And it looked like Warne would probably have caught both of them if
Gilchrist hadn't gone for them.
--
John Hall
           "If a man will begin with certainties, he shall end in doubts;
            but if he will be content to begin with doubts,
            he shall end in certainties."       Francis Bacon (1561-1626)
 
 
 

high drama at old trafford!

Post by 2PacAllyps » Sat, 13 Aug 2005 04:27:03

Gilchrist is reminding me of Parthiv Patel today