Suave's Republique Cricket


The Essex one to watch does well.
April 15, 2008, 9:48 am
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Cesc FabregasRyan Ten Doeschate

After predicting a good season for Ryan Ten Doeschate here.., I’m glad that he has started brightly.

Against Cambridge UCCE, he scored 146 off 147 balls, which is nice.

Skipper Mark Pettini must have read what I had to say also, as he scored 153 off 206 balls.   Nice start, young fellow my lads.

Slightly worrying that an Essex XI couldn’t bowl out a team of students.  How on earth can you not bowl them out.  Leave a joint and a kebab on a length and most students would be running down the track.

Ryan did take one wicket though, so that’s good.   David Masters who’s just joined from Leics. also took a wicket, and went for next to no runs.  Every one else needs to buck their ideas up, or Evil Not Suave In The Slightest, is going to visit, and smash em up, real good.


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Gosh, I see what you mean with the Fabregas thing.

Comment by miriam

They do look like brothers. I wonder how they’d fare in the others games?!

Comment by Suave

They obviously weren’t proper students Suave, or they’d have been down the pub by 11.

As for Cesc and Ryan, have they ever been seen together? I think we should be told.

Comment by Dave

Too true Dave..

I’ve never seen them. I’ll get on to Goochy and see if he can clear up this mystery!

Comment by Suave

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