Draft: The RNG Draft: Next Level


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Has to be Ryan Harris who should have played much more if not for injuries. Was tempted by roger harper but have to go with harris


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Sep 3, 2010
That top seven is obscene for an RNG draft
It balances out a bit though - while other people get guys like Trent Boult and Ryan Harris, I've already used up all my good luck and get John Watkins

That said, my bowling attack isn't dreadful -
:eng: :bwl: Jon Lewis - Underrated swing bowler
:wi: :ar: Garry Sobers - Will play mostly as a spinner, also some seam
:eng: :ar: Brian Close - Solid medium pace and off-spin
:wi: :ar: Frank Worrell - Left-arm seam, and a little bit of occasional finger spin
:aus: :ar: Andrew Symonds - Some tidy medium pace an off-spin
:aus: :bwl: John Watkins - Luxury leg-spin
:saf: :ar: Zander de Bruyn - Probably won't bowl (medium-pace)
:wi: :ar: Viv Richards - Probably won't bowl (off-breaks)

It's lacking specialists - as demonstrated by no fewer than three of my players bowling both pace and spin regularly in Test matches - but certainly not lacking versatility. Need my number 11 to come in clutch though

EDIT - I've been assuming the whole way along that I had Sobers, but I don't and that certainly explains my confusion

Till Valhalla

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Jun 5, 2011
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My picks might seem odd from time to time, but you guys have to recall, I'm picking players where they've at least batted once in that position internationally.
My picks might seem odd from time to time, but you guys have to recall, I don't have any other choice.

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