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della
07 Dec 09 22:46
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Being in Australia I am a little blinkered to young cricketers coming thro in other parts of the world but I think WA is producing a young bloke who will be the next sensation on the international scene

his name is Mitch Marsh

http://www.cricinfo.com/ausdomestic-09/content/current/player/272450.html

absolutely brilliant batsmen who has stepped into first class ranks with ease

belted 60 off 29 balls in a recent ODI for WA, that was after making a club record 208 for Fremantle

and have been told he can bowl at 140+

wont be long till he joins his older brother shaun in the green and gold

Any other countries have some rising talent worth looking out for??

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By:
epochery
When: 07 Dec 09 22:56
Like you i tend to only watch my own country's player. In England we have a number of young players pushing through some you may have heard of ie: Joe Denly, Stephen Moore, Micheal Gale ( i think that is his name) and no doubt half a dozen South african's in the county scene :-)
By:
michael knight
When: 07 Dec 09 22:58
Umar Akmal

Mohammed Aamer
By:
Innocent Bystander
When: 07 Dec 09 23:06
epoc

James Taylor a shocking omission, probably in the England side within 18 months if he continues at his rate of improvement
By:
epochery
When: 07 Dec 09 23:08
there seems to be a lot of depth in english cricket, i just hope there will be some stars
By:
Two Shots
When: 07 Dec 09 23:17
Don't know about best young cricketer but he certainly win the most Australian sounding name in the world award.

Mitch Marsh ffs
By:
Bernie Larkham
When: 07 Dec 09 23:26
Not sure Shaun will be in the side when Mitch makes it ;) Massively overrated player IMO.
By:
Titan's Chlamydia Green Light
When: 07 Dec 09 23:42
Umar Akmal

Mohammed Aamer (17 ffs!)

END OF THREAD
By:
Deadly Earnest
When: 07 Dec 09 23:53
Titan Pakistan 17 year olds have been found to have grandchildren before. ;)
By:
Cuddy
When: 08 Dec 09 00:14
barath if he gets more runs in this series
By:
Mr. Moustache
When: 08 Dec 09 00:23
Barath :x
By:
Innocent Bystander
When: 08 Dec 09 00:25
Deadly Earnest 08 Dec 00:53
Titan Pakistan 17 year olds have been found to have grandchildren before. ;)


They certainly dont have their original passport ;)
By:
Max and Paddy
When: 08 Dec 09 00:43
Who will win their 50th Aussie cap first: Mitch Marsh or Mitch Johnson?

:^0
By:
Only-the-Brave
When: 08 Dec 09 00:46
Aamer by far and away the best.
By:
Arferdaly
When: 08 Dec 09 03:01
Della,

He is obvoiusly a verry good cricketer...but his surname won't do him any harm...Cricket Australia is the greatest old boys club that I know....ie apart from Queensland Cricket which is an absolute disgrace!!!!!

Criag McDermott now working for Cricket Australia...FFS!
By:
Max and Paddy
When: 08 Dec 09 03:10
Is Mitch Marsh as good as Shaun Marsh?

:^0
By:
Bernie Larkham
When: 08 Dec 09 03:47
All depends what you think of Shaun ;)
By:
stephaniebot
When: 08 Dec 09 07:39
Paul Stirling
Andy Balbirnie

Just dont tell England about them! :p
By:
della
When: 08 Dec 09 08:17
Mitch Marsh 30no in a domestic game

hoping he makes his first ton tomorrow at state level
By:
oitoitoi
When: 08 Dec 09 16:05
epochery 07 Dec 23:56
Like you i tend to only watch my own country's player. In England we have a number of young players pushing through some you may have heard of ie: Joe Denly, Stephen Moore, Micheal Gale ( i think that is his name) and no doubt half a dozen South african's in the county scene :-)


Stephen moore is South African! Denly is hideously overrated. England are actually frighteningly low on young domestic talent at the moment. Hamilton-Brown has attracted a lot of attention but hasnt done too much yet, Sam Northeast is a name to watch out for. Broad's still young as is Rashid.

Wayne Parnell looks like a future world class or even great player IMO.

Phillip Hughes is one technical correction (albeit a big one) away from a lot of international runs.

Umar Akmal looks the real deal to me, as does Aamer (however I don't believe that he's actually 17, it's just not physically possible!)

Angelo Matthews from SL looks the real deal to me as a batsmen.

India boast a lot of good young batsmen at the moment, check out the latest Mumbai batting phenomenon Ajinkya Rahane http://www.cricinfo.com/ci/content/player/277916.html, Chetashwar Pujara is another one to watch out for http://www.cricinfo.com/ci/content/player/32540.html

As an all round talent you can't look past Bangladesh's Shakib Al Hasan.

Barath is one that's been talked about for a while, and justifiably so by the looks of things. I first heard of him in an article after Lara's retirement when he brought him to England to watch the Lords test.

A lot of good young players in the world right now, unfortunately not many of them are bowlers.
By:
oitoitoi
When: 08 Dec 09 16:05
epochery 07 Dec 23:56
Like you i tend to only watch my own country's player. In England we have a number of young players pushing through some you may have heard of ie: Joe Denly, Stephen Moore, Micheal Gale ( i think that is his name) and no doubt half a dozen South african's in the county scene :-)


Stephen moore is South African! Denly is hideously overrated. England are actually frighteningly low on young domestic talent at the moment. Hamilton-Brown has attracted a lot of attention but hasnt done too much yet, Sam Northeast is a name to watch out for. Broad's still young as is Rashid.

Wayne Parnell looks like a future world class or even great player IMO.

Phillip Hughes is one technical correction (albeit a big one) away from a lot of international runs.

Umar Akmal looks the real deal to me, as does Aamer (however I don't believe that he's actually 17, it's just not physically possible!)

Angelo Matthews from SL looks the real deal to me as a batsmen.

India boast a lot of good young batsmen at the moment, check out the latest Mumbai batting phenomenon Ajinkya Rahane http://www.cricinfo.com/ci/content/player/277916.html, Chetashwar Pujara is another one to watch out for http://www.cricinfo.com/ci/content/player/32540.html

As an all round talent you can't look past Bangladesh's Shakib Al Hasan.

Barath is one that's been talked about for a while, and justifiably so by the looks of things. I first heard of him in an article after Lara's retirement when he brought him to England to watch the Lords test.

A lot of good young players in the world right now, unfortunately not many of them are bowlers.
By:
oitoitoi
When: 08 Dec 09 16:05
oops double post
By:
BigMig
When: 08 Dec 09 16:31
Paul Stirling of Ireland. Seriously talented - especially if he loses 20 kgs.
By:
oddduck
When: 08 Dec 09 17:13
no mention of bopara?
By:
oitoitoi
When: 08 Dec 09 17:19
at 24 boparas pushing the 'young cricketer' title, also IMO he's not that good, i mean all he's really done so far is bully second rate attacks, hasn't done anything against the quality sides, was totally clueless against the aussies.
By:
stephaniebot
When: 08 Dec 09 17:35
Agreed, Paul could certainly lose a few pounds, thats for sure. Hopefully a busy winter with Ireland

U-19 World Cup
20/20 WC qualifiers, and hopefully the tournament

should give him the chance, both through his own work, and what phil Simmons puts him through as well
By:
BigMig
When: 08 Dec 09 20:21
Stirling has signed for Middlesex for next year.
By:
stephaniebot
When: 08 Dec 09 21:26
next 3 years actually. Middlesex and Irish players seem to have an affinity
By:
bombaclart
When: 08 Dec 09 22:01
it has to Bumbum Bejunana - the SA all rounder. averages 83 with bat, 16 per wicket in 72 first class games for both club & colts.
By:
MS DHONI
When: 09 Dec 09 02:40
kieron pollard - will develop into a seriously dangerous hitter in the ODI game ala yuvraj

manesh pandey

adrian barath
By:
Lies, DamnLies, and Statistics
When: 09 Dec 09 03:15
bryce mcgain

aussies have already blooded this youngster in one test - look out for many more in the future...

;\
By:
mittheimp
When: 09 Dec 09 04:14
kemar roach
By:
CAT.
When: 09 Dec 09 22:17
Michael Gales brother Andrew is the better player...watch out for a big announcement !!!!
By:
Ekbalco
When: 09 Dec 09 22:39
Bruce Sheila.
By:
ocean0201
When: 11 Dec 09 00:25
oitoitoi 08 Dec 17:05

Wayne Parnell looks like a future world class or even great player IMO.



Completely agree with the poster here.. Parnell will be one of the greatest bowlers in few years time.. having seen him this year i have been very impressed.. here is his bowling stat for those interested

Bowling averages
Mat Inns Balls Runs Wkts BBI BBM Ave Econ SR 4w 5w 10
ODIs 9 9 477 462 22 5/48 5/48 21.00 5.81 21.6 1 2 0
T20Is 8 8 173 192 11 4/13 4/13 17.45 6.65 15.7 1 0 0
First-class 19 32 3113 1629 49 4/7 7/134 33.24 3.13 63.5 3 0 0
List A 32 32 1501 1379 54 5/48 5/48 25.53 5.51 27.7 3 2 0
Twenty20 23 22 461 495 24 4/13 4/13 20.62 6.44 19.2 1 0 0
By:
Return_Of_Dawsy
When: 11 Dec 09 00:40
Nathan Buck
By:
monkey nuts
When: 11 Dec 09 20:00
Liam Bolden, West Indian
By:
bombaclart
When: 12 Dec 09 18:45
Bumbum has signed for Kent next season, along with Owz Yagash, the young Indian spinner
By:
smeagors
When: 12 Dec 09 19:01
stuart broad :|
By:
cricketjon
When: 12 Dec 09 20:48
Ian Bell
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