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Time to get rid of these fancy labels The Chesterfield Files by Trevor Chesterfield T wo words uttered in frustration in the early hours of the morning said it all. They were ayio and aney.
It showed how the mood of our household, along with many others nationwide, was affected by defeat and near victory. In two of three cases, Yahaluweni, so near, yet the proverbial bridge too far taunted the scenario. While the Test defeat in Port of Spain may have been hard to stomach for some, it has to be admitted that when a top order goes into a Chernobyl style meltdown, there is little you can do so far from the scene. Little else than shake your head at the loose strokes and smart bowling that unpicked some flawed technique.
To comeback from that needs a lot of skill. Only commenting again on Thilan Samarawwera’s century and his partnership with Chaminda Vaas is not going to wash off the stain of defeat. And whatever you may think, sharing the series in the Caribbean is better than losing it.
Yet, if your bowlers can’t take twenty wickets to win a Test, it creates extra pressure on the batsmen to perform with more diligence. South Africa have managed to achieve this with far more consistency over the past seven to eight months.
For the Proteas, apart from the mindless ‘targets game’ have at least been reliably consistent. This is despite serious boardroom pressures and the grandstanding of certain administrators to play the humiliating ‘quota targets’ game that was exposed by the bravery of Charl Langeveldt, telling them ‘Enough of this rubbish’. Norman Arendse and his political pals didn’t expect to be shown up in that light by a man who deserved far better treatment.
But now, when it comes down to playing the slogs – well. It can become anyone’s game in the tight phases and end game strategies.
That full-toss to Shiv Chanderpaul. As for Saturday, with so much rain, it was always going to be a weather related result. It is understood how a local TV station broadcast the game until its 100d1. You get the impression they weren’t getting enough out of their advertising revenue to screen the whole game.
Just as ok there is cable in our house; otherwise the tones used here would be far more pointed. They did re-screen the game Sunday morning, but that’s lo little use I gather as some parts of the island had its annual pre-New Year power outage. Anyway, while there were squalls and raindrops aplenty over Port of Spain, there were some entertaining comments made on the Cricinfo website’s live commentary channel of the game.
Some of them were interesting, others were plain idiotic. There was some negativity as well.
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There was also a lot said about the ‘new find’ and the bowler dubbed the ‘new Murali’, as some are claiming so-called ‘trick finger-spinner’ Ajantha Mendis is going to be. It is far too soon for such a presumptuous analogy to be thrown around the way it has been.
These comments though are going to be the prickly thorn amid all these glowing bouquets. The new Jack Iverson. Throwing around brand names as though they are fancy Armani suit labels because this guy looks different is not going to work.
By the time the second game was played, the West Indies batsmen treated him as a medium-pace bowler and he was handled with ease. They had worked out he is not a ‘new Murali’ or Iverson or even Gleeson.
As with most magic tricks, there is not a lot going on behind the scenes. It is also easy enough to imagine what went through the thoughts of West Indies coach John Dyson as well as my own. Wait until the nimble-footed Indians and Pakistan batsmen get hold of him. It will be a genuine leather hunt expedition. People should not use names unless they have seen such as Iverson and Gleeson. In Januaryan uncle not long back from Australia and while on holiday with relatives in Napier thought it would be a treat to take me, as a budding leg-spinner, to watch Iverson bowl in a game involving the Australian A side and Hawke’s Bay.
He was different all right. We watched him again towards the end of the tour: It was Reid, then a Test cap from the side that toured England, who gave Iverson a rude early awakening at the Hutt Recreation ground about the start of the tour.
Boundaries flowed and as the Kiwi all-rounder and later captain said, ‘A half-volley is a half-volley, whether bowled by Alec Bedser at Lord’s or The Oval, or Joe Bloggs in a nearby park. Gleeson remembered about Iverson and photographs of his grip from his youth when looking at a popular Australian sports magazine. As he explained it during an interview we did when playing for Eastern Province in the mids, ‘Mystery tricks are a genuine myth.
At first-class level you build a reputation. A Test level they find you out quick enough. Here he referred to Ali Bacher’s embarrassment and the first two overs Gleeson bowled to him in the opening Test of that official last tour before isolation. Bacher didn’t know whether he was playing an off-spinner or a leg-spinner. It was the brilliant mind of Barry Richards who opened up the Gleeson box of tricks.
As Richards later explained, ‘If you could see more than one finger over the top of the ball, it is the leg-break. If you noticed there was the finger and the thumb, it was the off-break. Gleeson didn’t dismiss Richards once in his only Test series and when he talks about that early challenge his ideas coincide with those of Gleeson, ‘Mystery?
You can guarantee how the Windies coach, Dyson, being quiet, 100z1 sharp-minded Aussie he is, would have soon worked out Mendis and his bowling ‘tricks’.
Knowing the Sri Lanka system, and that he is from a second tier club, Army, despite his bowling average, he is another bowler who at that league level is too good for the batsmen. He is the guy the interim committee rudely turfed in because he was hired by the previous administration system.
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It’s typical of the jealous reaction of throwing out the baby and the bathwater because it was used by the previous management. As for the other label, the new Jayasuriya, young Mahela Udawatte, needs to learn to use his feet. Both his innings in Port of Spain were amateurish.
It also makes you wonder where they coin such fancy misappropriated brands as ‘new’ when the mould of the genuine article was broken long ago. It’s all about footwork and body work and hand work and batting skills. At this stage of his fledgling career, all Udawatte has is a batting average to match his boot size and not that of an international with a big future.
This brings me to another point. It seems here that certain politics are again at work. If we look at the following, explain why the third named of this list, a certain Lasana Dias was preferred to Muthi Pushpakumara or even Shanuka Dissanayake?
But look at the figures batting and bowling figures and maybe someone else may also work out the reason how Dias was given the nod. Added to the selection policy story, check the stats of the following four batsmen:. K D Gunawardene matches 9, innings 18, runshsave N T Paranvitana 9, 13, C G Wijesinghe 9, 17, 1, But the chairman of selectors Asantha De Mel wasn’t at all happy with this line of preferential treatment.
He insisted on Paranavithana being included as well. This, it is said, resulted in a furious argument that matched the thunder and lightening storms before a member of the interim committee, believed to be Kangadaran Mathivanan, stepped in and had Paranavitana included as well.
What is disappointing here is how Wijesinghe and De Silva did not bear a mention; and what a pity as both are quality players who have performed.
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Kk this part of the politics pervading selection policy? 100s1, examine, if you really care, the following statistics. These are of those of players now in the West Indies for the one day series that ends today. The bottom three did not earn a second glance. Now, to spice this a little more, here are as well the figures from the domestic limited overs series.
Wijekoon matches 8, inngs 7, runshsave Time to get rid of these fancy labels. The Chesterfield Files by Trevor Chesterfield. T wo words uttered in frustration in the early hours of the morning said it all. Putting him with the big boys is a dangerous and different game altogether. Dissanayake 9 games; 18 innings, runs, hs 89, ave Pushpakumara 9; 16, Added to the selection policy story, check the stats of the following four batsmen: