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January 9, 2014

Posted by   on (January 13, 2014, 3:14 GMT)

maybe we could play without a keeper :P

Posted by   on (January 13, 2014, 2:58 GMT)

haha yeah :) let us not talk about the discussion let us rank the panel in order of awesomeness (i hope this isn't too mean...)

1 - jhb (because is house is made of stone... yes, i'm watching you jhb :)) 2 - butch (because he is not scared of saying stuff and is dramatic) 2 - jarrod (because he is awesome, but sadly is missing a certain sam) 4 - alex (because he is sensible) 5 - vish (is cool but haven't seeen im around too much) 6 - george (is way too england centric and loves that he is "in" with the england dressing room (well i don't blame him, but it is broadcast), "oh the fallen giants of english cricket")

hoppsy falls somewhere ..sensible but boringish

.. - gnasher (sorry gnasher, you are similar to george, but not quite as good looking)

Posted by Dead_Motherboard on (January 10, 2014, 9:42 GMT)

What in the world. Most of the others are fine, but Butch is easily the most interesting and entertaining of the lot. Be more tactful? What is this, a tea party? Would you like him to curtsey at the start of every video?

Get it together, you two. You in particular, Sebastien Wiles Diatribe Bishop.

Posted by   on (January 9, 2014, 20:19 GMT)

I think Mark Butcher makes some astute observations and isn't afraid to take a contrary view. only he could b a little more tactful in delivery.

Posted by   on (January 9, 2014, 19:54 GMT)

So nice to not have to listen to Mark Butcher's wiles diatribe. Miss George though

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