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Posted: 2/9/2011 5:50:50 AM

So i put my cash on tassie....

Vic were $8 at one stage, boy, i tell u what, i dont think domestic cricket is immune to corruption......

Now beat this......

U need to defend 1 run off 1 ball......what should u do as the fielding captain? Tell me?

WHY DOES GEORGE BALEY PUT SQUARE LEG ON THE FENCE?

GIVE ME ONE EXPLANATION and i will be happy to bow to u......

I dont give a garbage, that was rigging as i have ever ever seen it......

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Posted: 2/9/2011 5:53:36 AM
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Posted: 2/9/2011 5:53:56 AM

Furthermore......

Vic needed 28 runs off about 16 balls.......

Vic then got 4 boundaries through inside and outside edges.....

If u have the number 8 and 9 in and they are gettinjg boundaries off edges, why keep the 3rd man and fine leg up in the circle?

If u are gonna be beaten, dont try and make the batsman beat u with good cricket shots, not flukey edges?

I still cannot get over why the man was on the fence when they needed to defend 1 run off 1 ball......

I dont care what anyone says, that game was rigged........

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Posted: 2/9/2011 5:55:20 AM
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Give me one VALID REASON, 1 VALID REASON, 1 VALID REASON why u would have a man right on the fence at square leg with the number 9 facing and the team needs 1 run off 1 ball?

Furthermore, all the other fielders were right on the circle.....?

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Posted: 2/9/2011 5:56:23 AM

F U BALEY........F U........

 

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Posted: 2/9/2011 5:59:21 AM

If someone can give me 1 valid reason, 1 valid reason, will garbage my mouth........

Are the same people that investigated the Roosters Cows game or the same people who investigated the Storm salary cap investigation invvestigating this? Or the same people who dont know how to frame Tandy investigating it as well?

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Posted: 2/9/2011 6:08:24 AM

Yeah, didnt think so......This is now on my banned list of betting along with the NBL.....

First Penney goes back into a game up by 15 with 1 min 15 left with the over under in the balance....

Now Bailey leaves a man on the square leg fence where the opposition need 1 run off 1 ball.....

Why not, why not do it, if someone complains, just they are full of garbage and dont know what they are talking about....

 

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Posted: 2/9/2011 6:16:26 AM
You should write a book about all your betting misfortunes over the last five years.

You will make a killing - more than likely make all the money you lost on fixed matches back on book sells.
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Posted: 2/9/2011 6:19:55 AM
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You should write a book about all your betting misfortunes over the last five years.

You will make a killing - more than likely make all the money you lost on fixed matches back on book sells.

Nope, u have completely misunderstood, completely.......

I have had luck go for me and luck go against me.......Yes, i have a whinge and girl about this..but luck and corruption are 2 different things......

Just answer the question why Bailey has a man on the fence when u are defending 1 run off 1 ball?

Just answer that......no one has been able to yet...i am waiting.....dont turn this into a personal issue or anything like that.....

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Posted: 2/9/2011 6:22:27 AM
Victoria won the game? I switched off halfway through thinking Tassie have it in the bag
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Posted: 2/9/2011 6:24:47 AM
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Victoria won the game? I switched off halfway through thinking Tassie have it in the bag

Yep, they had the 8 and 9 in for the last 3 overs, needing 30 runs.....they got 4 boundaries off edges, yet Bailey get the fine leg and 3rd man in the circle..........Siddle hadnt hit one ball hard square of the wicket or straight, yet he keeps the 3rd man and fine leg up in the circle.........Crooked person

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Posted: 2/9/2011 6:29:24 AM
Maybe just an oversight on his part. I imagine lot of things are running through a captain's head in such a tight situation. Decision making is generally not very clear. It's not like Bailey is an experienced captain either.
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Posted: 2/9/2011 6:34:35 AM
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Originally Posted by rod_steel:

Maybe just an oversight on his part. I imagine lot of things are running through a captain's head in such a tight situation. Decision making is generally not very clear. It's not like Bailey is an experienced captain either.

But hang on........

Let me ask an under 15's captain fielding, u r defending 1 run off 1 ball......the number 9 is on strike, ask him if he would have a man the square leg fence?

Where there is money involved, there is corruption......Humans kill one another for money, they lie to each other, they divorce, they use each other, all the evil elements of the world come about when money is involved......

Sport is now so entrenched with gambling, are sports players immune to what 99% of the community are caught up in?

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Posted: 2/9/2011 6:45:43 AM

Injust lose it when i see something on a field or a court that does not make one bit of sense.....

If you didnt know there was huge huge money on a cows penalty goal as the 1st play, the sequence of events in that game look so normal comapred to the 2 examples i used above......

A player drops a ball playing the ball (happens a thousand times in a game), a player gives away a penalty in front of the stciks, happens all the time......

But when u see things that completely irrational, thats when u raise the eye brows

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Posted: 2/9/2011 7:01:21 AM
Yes, as a fielding captain one run off one ball I would have everyone in the circle - that's a no brainer regardless.

What I meant, is write a book about fixing and throw in examples. You may turn a few heads and the guys in charge of it all might pay you off ;)
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Posted: 2/9/2011 8:21:37 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Rostos:

But hang on........

Let me ask an under 15's captain fielding, u r defending 1 run off 1 ball......the number 9 is on strike, ask him if he would have a man the square leg fence?

Where there is money involved, there is corruption......Humans kill one another for money, they lie to each other, they divorce, they use each other, all the evil elements of the world come about when money is involved......

Sport is now so entrenched with gambling, are sports players immune to what 99% of the community are caught up in?



I'm just saying...an oversight on Bailey's part is a plausible explanation

Let's say if that was someone as experienced as Ponting, Graeme Smith or MS Dhoni then you would have to raise an eyebrow.
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Posted: 2/9/2011 8:48:22 PM

I guess it could be an oversight, but if it is Bailey should be dragged over the coals.

If you're a fielding captain and the opposition needs one run off one ball, surely the 'natural instinct' has to be to send everyone up. What's the friggin point of leaving square leg on the fence when there is a single there every day if the batsman gets it through that region?

Have everyone up and make them hit it through / over the ring to win. It's not rocket science and the captain of a first class side should really know much better

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Posted: 2/9/2011 9:13:49 PM

Agreed, furthermore, if you have number 8 and number 9 batsman at the crease who arent getting good wood on the ball and they have scored 4 boundaries off inside and outsuide edges, why do u still keep the 3rd man and fine leg up in the circle?

If the 8 and 9 batters hit the ball straight or square to the boundary u say, good cricket shots, nithing u can do....but to be beaten by flukey lucky edges?

Is Bailey that dumb?

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Posted: 2/9/2011 9:33:39 PM
Some of the biggest WTF BRAINFARTS THAT POSSIBLY COULD NOT HAVE HAPPENED bad beats I have had occurred in cricket.

Seems like that sport lends itself to that...
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Posted: 2/9/2011 11:06:39 PM
I was on the Vics, It was never in doubt....stop crying ;)
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Posted: 2/9/2011 11:07:30 PM
Plus I thought I saw baily on his mobile phone laying tassie with 3 balls to go..yeah nice one
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Posted: 2/9/2011 11:26:09 PM

This is just simply about strange strange behaviours.....

1. Bring kirk Penney back in the game when u are up by 15 with 1 min 10 left in the game.

2. Having a man on the fence when u are defending 1 run off 1 ball.

3. Dropping the ball 20 metres out of your own line and then giving away a penalty in front of the sticks,...

 

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Posted: 2/10/2011 6:00:46 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Rostos:

This is just simply about strange strange behaviours.....

1. Bring kirk Penney back in the game when u are up by 15 with 1 min 10 left in the game.

2. Having a man on the fence when u are defending 1 run off 1 ball.

3. Dropping the ball 20 metres out of your own line and then giving away a penalty in front of the sticks,...

 



I'll give it a go even though I am convinced myself of the answers;

1) Wasn't Penney recently back for the breakers. Perhaps the coach wanted to give the scrubs some time with him ?

2) Perhaps he thought the batsman would try win it with a six or four, perhaps it was a ploy and the bowler was meant to pitch the ball up ?????

3) Dodgy.
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Posted: 2/10/2011 7:40:14 PM
If this is the KFC Big Bash (too lazy to look it up), there is some shenanigans every single year.  I remember there being some bullshit a year or two back where the umpire didn't allow the final two balls to be bowled or someone hit a four with the last ball but they didn't score it.

Anyone remember?
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Posted: 2/10/2011 9:54:00 PM
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I'll give it a go even though I am convinced myself of the answers;

1) Wasn't Penney recently back for the breakers. Perhaps the coach wanted to give the scrubs some time with him ?

Yeah, cause thats what u do, with one minute left with nothing to gain, increase the risk of him getting another injury.

2) Perhaps he thought the batsman would try win it with a six or four, perhaps it was a ploy and the bowler was meant to pitch the ball up ?????

Yeah, like the batsman just had to dab it to get the winning run.

3) Dodgy.

I cant believe people are so naive and think everything is squaky clean......

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