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  • n. Plural form of legspinner.


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  • They both have a strong opening combination and middle order, legspinners in form, and potent new-ball pairs.

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  • In a day dominated by legspinners, Gavin Wallace dismissed both Banks - the last out as he top-edged a reverse sweep

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  • Christian Ryan on why legspinners are more proficient when they're older and wiser

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  • Happy to keep the Indians out in the middle in fading light, Australian captain Ricky Ponting called on White's flat legspinners as a safer option than the higher velocity deliveries of his quicks.

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  • "If you look at the style he bowls it's probably reasonably similar to the way Kumble bowls, not a lot of sidespin, a lot of overspin, pretty much stump to stump and at a slightly quicker pace than normal legspinners bowl, and I'm not sure if Kumble's ever been called 'not an attacking spinner'," Ponting said.

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  • "With Bryce's injury, we felt that Cameron's legspinners, coupled with his powerful batting and his recent strong performances in Indian conditions, rendered him the right choice for this tour."

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