Monty's hand-eye coordination

Monty's hand-eye coordination

Post by vignes1.. » Fri, 15 Dec 2006 13:39:44


After taking a wicket, the way Panesar runs around to celebrate is a
treat to watch.

He would try to give high-fives, but hardly he would make any contact.
Most of those attempts would be 'swing and miss'es.

No - I didn't say this from just Langer's wicket.  I hav been watching
every match of Monty since his debut.

Vicky:
[At lunch, England is an inch infornt?]

 
 
 

Monty's hand-eye coordination

Post by James Farra » Fri, 15 Dec 2006 13:42:48


Quote:

>After taking a wicket, the way Panesar runs around to celebrate is a
>treat to watch.

>He would try to give high-fives, but hardly he would make any contact.
>Most of those attempts would be 'swing and miss'es.

>No - I didn't say this from just Langer's wicket.  I hav been watching
>every match of Monty since his debut.

I think he's trying to miss. Maybe he's playing a game with his
team-mates, he tries to miss and they try to hit :)

 
 
 

Monty's hand-eye coordination

Post by Rod » Fri, 15 Dec 2006 13:48:52


Quote:

>[At lunch, England is an inch infornt?]

Missed a bit. Absolutely in front. They'd be extatic with the
scoreboard.

Cheers,
Rod.

 
 
 

Monty's hand-eye coordination

Post by Rod » Fri, 15 Dec 2006 13:48:16


Quote:

>After taking a wicket, the way Panesar runs around to celebrate is a
>treat to watch.

>He would try to give high-fives, but hardly he would make any contact.
>Most of those attempts would be 'swing and miss'es.

>No - I didn't say this from just Langer's wicket.  I hav been watching
>every match of Monty since his debut.

Preserving his spinning finger!

If celebrations are anything to go by, there's certainly a lot of
chemistry in the pommie camp and they're pumped again. Hopefully
they go the distance this test.

Cheers,
Rod.

 
 
 

Monty's hand-eye coordination

Post by James Farra » Fri, 15 Dec 2006 13:56:56



Quote:


>>[At lunch, England is an inch infornt?]

>Missed a bit. Absolutely in front. They'd be extatic with the
>scoreboard.

54-1 at drinks to 69-3 at lunch? Hell yes.
 
 
 

Monty's hand-eye coordination

Post by vignes1.. » Fri, 15 Dec 2006 14:05:24

I wouldn't think so.  Two sessions of sleepy cricket will take them
back to business as usual.

One of the best strengths of Australians is to play until the final
call or the final whistle.  In their approach, there is no time to
relax.

Can Freddie's boys match it?

Vicky:
[Good to see Monty though]

Quote:

> If celebrations are anything to go by, there's certainly a lot of
> chemistry in the pommie camp and they're pumped again. Hopefully
> they go the distance this test.

 
 
 

Monty's hand-eye coordination

Post by Rod » Fri, 15 Dec 2006 14:18:32


Quote:

>I wouldn't think so.  Two sessions of sleepy cricket will take them
>back to business as usual.

>One of the best strengths of Australians is to play until the final
>call or the final whistle.  In their approach, there is no time to
>relax.

>Can Freddie's boys match it?

There's enough in the pitch to get the bowlers e***d, and
Harmison is bowling very well. It'll likely come down to how
their batsmen respond as I don't see a huge total being posted
I1.

Monty just finished his 2nd over and he's looking very good.
Never watched him before so not sure if he can keep up the
intensity.

I'm still stuck on traditional WA pitch syndrome and can't
imagine Warne being as scary as in other venues around Aus.
I'm sure his figures would reflect that. There's still some bounce
but not your usual WA bounce, so we'll see how the pommie batsmen
cope (if it's still bouncy when they get in).

Cheers,
Rod.

 
 
 

Monty's hand-eye coordination

Post by Tony Bryan » Fri, 15 Dec 2006 17:00:09

Quote:



>> After taking a wicket, the way Panesar runs around to celebrate is a
>> treat to watch.

>> He would try to give high-fives, but hardly he would make any contact.
>> Most of those attempts would be 'swing and miss'es.

>> No - I didn't say this from just Langer's wicket.  I hav been watching
>> every match of Monty since his debut.

> Preserving his spinning finger!

> If celebrations are anything to go by, there's certainly a lot of
> chemistry in the pommie camp and they're pumped again. Hopefully
> they go the distance this test.

> Cheers,
> Rod.

And which distance is this, back to the pavilion?
 
 
 

Monty's hand-eye coordination

Post by shariq_ta.. » Sat, 16 Dec 2006 00:20:46

I am very pleased for Monty and absolutely love his elaborate
celebrations upon taking a wicket. Note to Aussies : "Monty not only
speaks English but he schooled you in the game of your ancestors"
 
 
 

Monty's hand-eye coordination

Post by sdavmo » Sat, 16 Dec 2006 01:24:36

Quote:

> I am very pleased for Monty and absolutely love his elaborate
> celebrations upon taking a wicket. Note to Aussies : "Monty not only
> speaks English but he schooled you in the game of your ancestors"

Monty's delight in playing the game is a joy to see.
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Monty's hand-eye coordination

Post by Andrew Dunfor » Sat, 16 Dec 2006 09:52:34


Quote:


>>After taking a wicket, the way Panesar runs around to celebrate is a
>>treat to watch.

>>He would try to give high-fives, but hardly he would make any contact.
>>Most of those attempts would be 'swing and miss'es.

>>No - I didn't say this from just Langer's wicket.  I hav been watching
>>every match of Monty since his debut.

> Preserving his spinning finger!

> If celebrations are anything to go by, there's certainly a lot of
> chemistry in the pommie camp

Look, if you're going to accuse England of being drug cheats you could at
least post some evidence.

<snip>

Andrew