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Post by Pedal2theMetal » 02 Oct 2015 23:25

I managed to get access, finally. The trick is to enter only the first 10 characters of your TM password (mine is longer obv).

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Post by UpdateBacklinksbd » 24 Feb 2018 20:07

He wouldn’t take much time to get back into form: Morgan

All-rounder Ben Stokes is expected to make his long-awaited England return in an ODI against New Zealand on Sunday, ending an absence that stems from an incident in Bristol last September which led to him being charged with affray.

Stokes, who had been named in several England squads but subsequently ruled out due to the ongoing legal process, entered a not-guilty plea when he appeared in court on Feb. 13 and then joined the team in New Zealand.

He has not played for England since September but did sign a short-term contract to play for Canterbury in New Zealand’s domestic limited-over competitions in December.

England’s limited-overs captain Eoin Morgan, however, said the 26-year-old had been looking good in the nets since joining the team and would not take too much time to get back into form.

“He looks in great nick, he’s hit the ground running since he’s been involved and he’s been himself, which is great to see,” Morgan told reporters in Hamilton ahead of the opener of the five-match series at Seddon Park on Sunday.

“He might be better for the more games he does play and feel more comfortable coming back... it is his first game in quite a long time.” Morgan added that Stokes had appeared to have put the legal case to the back of his mind and was just concentrating on the one-day series.
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“I think it’s the skill of any professional sportsman... when it comes down to doing your job,” Morgan said.

“It’s quite a nice release, in a way, because you get to focus on one thing instead of wider things that are going on.”

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