James Benning helps Surrey to world record one-day score

The 2007 Ones To Watch are already putting 2006's to shame, even if they are largely the same players.

Surrey hit a world record 496-4 against Gloucestershire yesterday. Ali Brown's 176 off 97 balls was perhaps the headline-grabber, but James Benning's 152 off 134 balls was perhaps the more intriguing for the future.

We like James Benning. James Benning makes us right about stuff. The last time we were right about something was when we were five and Matthew said that America stretched all through the Arctic, Europe, Asia and Africa. We didn't even manage to make Matthew accept that he was wrong on that occasion.

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Monday, April 30, 2007

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Blogger Suave said...

I'd love to see him opening the batting for England on ODI's.. Imagine how we could have performed at this farcical world cup, with someone at the top of the innings, who can not only bosh it, but boshes it and goes on to make big scores.

I for one, welcome our big hitting overlords.

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