I think they had last minute issues with visas, so had to cobble together a teamLooking at the results of the Romania Cup which saw Austria, the Czech Republic, Luxembourg, Romania and Turkey all make their T20I debuts. It's safe to say that Turkey are an absolute mile off the pace.
Turkey 28 (11.3 ov) - Luxembourg 2/29 (3.1 ov)
Romania 6/226 (20 ov) - Turkey 53 (13 ov)
Czech Republic 4/278 (20 ov) - Turkey 21 (8.3 ov)
Turkey 32 (8.5 ov) - Austria 0/33 (2.4 ov)
?Lovely to repeat history but I am at pains to wonder what this is in aid of? Just to record the past of those men who went before, or else
to get the younger generation remembering the little bits of history...
sometimes there needs to be an end and a beginning. forgive me if I am totally out of context or else just wanting to pray for a good future..
If you're going to dribble obscure bulls**t that has no relevance to the thread, then that would indicate you would be on some kind of substance am I right?hmm have you had something to lead you to the idea that I have had something to drink?
this is a leading question,,,,not going to qualify it with a correct answer..
Singapore will also be the only nation there with their board not suspended by the ICC.A T20I tri-series involving Singapore, Nepal and Zimbabwe gets underway in September 27. Be interesting to see how Singapore go against two relatively established cricket nations, comparatively speaking.