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Tuesday, September 21, 2010


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Good side this and no quibbles really. Possibly Davies for Read but its very close so no problems there.

Really hope that Hildreth gets a look in for England and he is a brilliant player and seems to have found some consistency at last. Lyth too looks good.

Love the fact that England have some serious talent coming through.


Disagree with Read being the best keeper. To me James Foster is comfortably better with the gloves than any of the competitors. And I really don't like Essex.

But can't argue with the selection, I too would like to see Hildreth get a chance, fabulous season for him.

As a Kent fan I hope to see Northeast play a season as an opener next time round.

The Reverse Sweep

Foster is a very good keeper agreed. Not much to choose between him and Read IMO. Northeast was one of my players to watch this season, but he had a difficult season. That said so did Key and Denly, so he was in good company!

The Reverse Sweep

Thks Bradders. Yes, Hildreth has been knocking around for a while but really went into orbit this season. I reckon that come the end of the Ashes, a few openings in the England middle order may appear so he may not have to wait too much longer for an opportunity.


Watch him again next season Mr Sweep, he won't let you down a second time! At least I hope not.

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