Tudor? where?

Tudor? where?

Post by Courten » Sun, 27 Dec 1998 04:00:00


After being so impressive on his test debut I am curious as to why
the pommie selectors are so hesistant in giving him another go
in tests?  He was certainly impressive with his pace and seemed to
give the attack a bit more "bite".....Whilst he was not that impressive
down at Bellrieve I still think his young enthusiasm is something
England does need.
comments/suggestions?

kort
--
 "I don't like much really do I?  But what I do like, I love passionately"
 ------------------------ Pet Shop Boys, "Paninaro" ----------------------
                     Courtenay LEE SHOY  (PSBoy or kort)

 
 
 

Tudor? where?

Post by Drew » Sun, 27 Dec 1998 04:00:00


Quote:

> After being so impressive on his test debut I am curious as to why
> the pommie selectors are so hesistant in giving him another go
> in tests?  He was certainly impressive with his pace and seemed to
> give the attack a bit more "bite".....Whilst he was not that impressive
> down at Bellrieve I still think his young enthusiasm is something
> England does need.
> comments/suggestions?

Kort, at the toss for today's (delayed) Fourth Test, Alec Stewart said
Tudor would have played in this match had he been fit. He sustained an
injury in training, I think, and Gus has come in in his stead - for Such.
Hegg has replaced Crawley in the other change.

Drewy

 
 
 

Tudor? where?

Post by Courten » Sun, 27 Dec 1998 04:00:00

Quote:


>> After being so impressive on his test debut I am curious as to why
>> the pommie selectors are so hesistant in giving him another go
>> in tests?  He was certainly impressive with his pace and seemed to
>> give the attack a bit more "bite".....Whilst he was not that impressive
>> down at Bellrieve I still think his young enthusiasm is something
>> England does need.
>> comments/suggestions?

>Kort, at the toss for today's (delayed) Fourth Test, Alec Stewart said
>Tudor would have played in this match had he been fit. He sustained an
>injury in training, I think, and Gus has come in in his stead - for Such.
>Hegg has replaced Crawley in the other change.

Ahh :) hehehe thanks Drewy :) I just read that in the cricinfo news also :)
hehee oops - i guess i jumped to the wrong conclusion then :)

kort

--
 "I don't like much really do I?  But what I do like, I love passionately"
 ------------------------ Pet Shop Boys, "Paninaro" ----------------------
                     Courtenay LEE SHOY  (PSBoy or kort)


 
 
 

Tudor? where?

Post by Jackie Hewit » Sun, 27 Dec 1998 04:00:00

Quote:

> After being so impressive on his test debut I am curious as to why
> the pommie selectors are so hesistant in giving him another go
> in tests?  He was certainly impressive with his pace and seemed to
> give the attack a bit more "bite".....Whilst he was not that impressive
> down at Bellrieve I still think his young enthusiasm is something
> England does need.
> comments/suggestions?

> kort
> --
>  "I don't like much really do I?  But what I do like, I love passionately"
>  ------------------------ Pet Shop Boys, "Paninaro" ----------------------
>                      Courtenay LEE SHOY  (PSBoy or kort)


He picked up a hip injury just before the match- good job I found that
out or I too would have been wailing and gnashing my teeth.
--
Jackie Hewitt

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See my tribute to Courtney

http://users.ox.ac.uk/~jackieh/courtney_walsh.html