20 Feb 2007 01:10:20
vignes1961@hotmail.com
Welldone, neighbours

Kiwi boys never gave up. Fron few dozens to the top order, the local
boys kept hitting.

I feel sorry for Hussey. I thought this one was in his pouch, but!

Now, as they say, the World Cup is wide open now. All teams played in
the recent past have convincingly defeated each other.

By the way, what were the last few lines Buchanan wrote in his note
book as soon as McCallum played that Bracken ball to thirdman?

Vicky:



20 Feb 2007 20:15:12
Jonathan
Re: Welldone, neighbours

Yaw!!!!!!!!!!!!

New Zealand have whitewashed, blackwashed, whatever you wanna call it -
they've beaten Australia 3-0!



<vignes1961@hotmail.com > wrote in message
news:1171962620.292044.179340@q2g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
> Kiwi boys never gave up. Fron few dozens to the top order, the local
> boys kept hitting.
>
> I feel sorry for Hussey. I thought this one was in his pouch, but!
>
> Now, as they say, the World Cup is wide open now. All teams played in
> the recent past have convincingly defeated each other.
>
> By the way, what were the last few lines Buchanan wrote in his note
> book as soon as McCallum played that Bracken ball to thirdman?
>
> Vicky:
>




20 Feb 2007 01:17:20
Jughead
Re: Welldone, neighbours

On Feb 20, 3:15 am, "Jonathan" <j > wrote:
> Yaw!!!!!!!!!!!!
>
> New Zealand have whitewashed, blackwashed, whatever you wanna call it -
> they've beaten Australia 3-0!
>
> <vignes1...@hotmail.com> wrote in message
>
> news:1171962620.292044.179340@q2g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
>
> > Kiwi boys never gave up. Fron few dozens to the top order, the local
> > boys kept hitting.
>
> > I feel sorry for Hussey. I thought this one was in his pouch, but!
>
> > Now, as they say, the World Cup is wide open now. All teams played in
> > the recent past have convincingly defeated each other.
>
> > By the way, what were the last few lines Buchanan wrote in his note
> > book as soon as McCallum played that Bracken ball to thirdman?
>
> > Vicky:

Enough of competing, maybe time to start winning again.

-Aravind