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Old June 24, 2005, 11:56 PM
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Default Top 10 weirdest cricket moments in recent years.

Come on guys fill me in,

1. Tremlett's hat-trick ball Vs bells on stumps behind Ashraful (This bad boy is jinxed for life by Ash, no way he is getting another hat-trick)
2. Gili walking! convinced he is out even though he was not given out.
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9..Rafique did not rap up the test match against Pakistan, what was wrong with him. Chances like this does not come often.
10......
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Old June 25, 2005, 12:02 AM
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2 and 9 aren't weird - but examples of great sportsmanship
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Old June 25, 2005, 12:11 AM
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9..Rafique did not rap up the test match against Pakistan, what was wrong with him. Chances like this does not come often
You're an idiot. If Rafique were to mankad the Pakistani he would never be allowed back in the country. It wasn't good sportsmanship it was what's meant to be done. Warne warned Tillekeratne a few years ago for the same thing and nobody's spoken of it since. It's not a big deal. Running a batsman out like that would be one of the most disgraceful displays seen in international sport. It wasn't at all bizarre

But some notible mentions:

Matthew Elliott breaking his knee, colliding with Mark Waugh as they ran between the wickets

Paul Adams' bowling action

Billy Bowden in general
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Old June 25, 2005, 12:14 AM
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Billy Bowden in general
Now this is funny
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Old June 25, 2005, 12:30 AM
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Running a batsman out like that would be one of the most disgraceful displays seen in international sport
despite the fact that it is the non striker who is cheating here, and not the bowler

Edited on, June 25, 2005, 5:31 AM GMT, by Tintin.
Reason: typo
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Old June 25, 2005, 12:41 AM
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I think it would have been cool if he just would have run him out and then take it back. How about for your pleasure!

Anyways! If its a legit out, I dont see why you wont run someone out after you have warned him. Well, unless we win a test match against senior test playing countries that will be something we will talk about.

Honestly, it was not Australia's first test win, when Shane did that. I think given the situation if its not legit, there wont be any warning then! would there?

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9..Rafique did not rap up the test match against Pakistan, what was wrong with him. Chances like this does not come often
You're an idiot. If Rafique were to mankad the Pakistani he would never be allowed back in the country. It wasn't good sportsmanship it was what's meant to be done. Warne warned Tillekeratne a few years ago for the same thing and nobody's spoken of it since. It's not a big deal. Running a batsman out like that would be one of the most disgraceful displays seen in international sport. It wasn't at all bizarre

But some notible mentions:

Matthew Elliott breaking his knee, colliding with Mark Waugh as they ran between the wickets

Paul Adams' bowling action

Billy Bowden in general
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Old June 25, 2005, 12:51 AM
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Gillchrist LBW against Bangladesh in Natwest Series first clash of Aussies . Bowl was high .
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Old June 25, 2005, 11:03 PM
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Hfan has changed to James90
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Old June 26, 2005, 12:46 AM
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Gillchrist LBW against Bangladesh in Natwest Series first clash of Aussies . Bowl was high .
What's so weird about that?
Consider that outs given against Bangladesh that were found wrong.
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Old June 26, 2005, 12:57 AM
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You're an idiot. If Rafique were to mankad the Pakistani he would never be allowed back in the country. It wasn't good sportsmanship it was what's meant to be done. Warne warned Tillekeratne a few years ago for the same thing and nobody's spoken of it since. It's not a big deal. Running a batsman out like that would be one of the most disgraceful displays seen in international sport. It wasn't at all bizarre

i wish rafique took the bells off it would help us win the match. sportsmanship with who pakistan? please man picking up catch when its dropped and appealing for out isnt good sportsmanship either. and if he would have done that i wouldnt have been illegal. i still think he should have done that but whats done is done.
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