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VIDEO | ‘All-rounder’ Tim Paine rolls his golden arm over to claim wicket in Tasmania Premier League
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In just over a month we’ve seen India and West Indies script history at the Gabba and Chattogram respectively, but Tim Paine, today, might have eclipsed both those achievements. The Aussie skipper casually sent down some filthy off-spin and managed to dismiss Hurricanes’, Thomas Rogers.Tim Paine has been in the firing line of late and, in a way, he has no one but himself to blame for it. He opened his mouth with ‘See you at the Gabba mate’ comment - which has since become infamous - and also endured a horror tour behind the wickets. He ensured that he will be known as the Aussie captain who lost twice in two years to India on home soil and two weeks ago, even got mocked for carrying drinks for Hobart Hurricanes. So today, the Aussie Test skipper unwinded by playing some good ol’ club cricket. Paine represented ‘University of Tasmania’ in a Cricket Tasmania Premier League game versus North Hobart and enjoyed himself. Paine did not have a great outing with the bat, scoring 9 (13) opening the batting, but the 36-year-old, regardless, made the headlines. No, not because he ran his mouth. You wouldn’t believe it, but yes, Paine became an overnight star for his bowling shenanigans. The Aussie skipper, remarkably, took the new ball for his side and started off with inswinging trundlers. His radar was off, for most of the deliveries drifted towards the pads, but, nevertheless, the ‘talent’ was evident. But while seam bowling was fun, it was the genius move to shift to off-spin that yielded Paine rewards. He had to wait till his 10th over but just as his spell was about to come to an end, Paine struck. Coming around the wicket, the Aussie Test skipper, on the 57th delivery of his spell, delivered a rank short one that turned away from the batsman Thomas Rogers. It was the kind of delivery which any batsman would want to dispatch out of the ground and so, as soon as he saw how bad it was, Rogers went for a wild hoick towards mid-wicket. However, to his dismay, the Hurricanes man did not connect the hit cleanly and instead ended up sending the ball straight to the hands of the fielder at long-on. Thanks to the botched hit, Paine had a wicket to his name and the Aussie skipper, who could not believe his own luck, put his hands up in the air to celebrate. Beware, folks. There is a new all-rounder in town. Watch the video here: PAINE HAS A WICKET! His off-spin ends a 114 run partnership between Caleb Jewell and Tom Rogers.Watch the @CTPremierLeague One Day Final Live: https://t.co/aQgjm0kopn pic.twitter.com/Yrxh18RoEX — MyCricket (@MyCricketAus) February 8, 2021Follow us on Facebook hereStay connected with us on Twitter hereLike and share our Instagram page here .
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Keen to take extra steps to be a decision-maker before full-time role, reckons Pat Cummins
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Pat Cummins, who has been slated to become the next Australian Test skipper, reckoned that he is keen to take the extra steps to be a decision-maker before getting the full-time role. He also added that right now he doesn’t have the experience, having captained odd games here and there.Despite making his debut as an 18-year-old, Pat Cummins had to wait for a long time before making his return to the Australian setup, following long spells of injury. However, that only made him, his stature much stronger as the pacer cemented his place in legacy with his bowling. Post his return, the Sydney-born pacer has also become World’s No.1 Test bowler, all on the back of his consistent displays all over the world. On top of that, his show and attitude has also made him a front-runner for the Test captaincy post Tim Paine’s era as the skipper of the side. However, Pat Cummins reckoned that he is keen to take the extra steps as the decision-maker before getting the full-time role as the Test captain of the country. "That'd probably be the biggest change, but whether that's a dealbreaker or not, I'd have to try it first I think. Naturally you try to stay pretty involved in a game, so always thinking about the game in the background. Just taking that extra step to be a decision-maker, it might be a small step or a big step, but keen to give it a crack and see how it goes,” Cummins told ESPNCricinfo. "Absolutely - at the moment I haven't got too much experience at all, just a couple of warm-up games in England and other than that it's Under-16s cricket when I last captained. So for sure it's something that's going to be more on the radar," Cummins added.Right now, the pacer insisted that he needs to start upping his game, on the look for taking the right decision. He added that in the future, he would definitely want to have a crack at finding out whether he would be the right fit as the Test skipper. In a country where skippers are dominated by batsmen, Cummins belongs to the rarer of breeds, with Geoff Lawson the last real pace-candidate for leadership duties. "Even to increase my experience as vice-captain if I ever need to step in or help out Painey or Finchy, I think it is something I'd like to have a crack at to find out either way, whether I enjoy it, whether I'm no good at it or whether I find it manageable.""I think that would be the big one, at times, just the nature of not having to totally switch on, you take the opportunity to switch off," he concluded.Follow us on Facebook hereStay connected with us on Twitter hereLike and share our Instagram page here .
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