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NZ v SAEdit
Hi, I switched the duplicate tag over to the other article - I originally did it the other way round as w:2007_Cricket_World_Cup linked to it. I'm not sure what the convention is though - should it be seeding or order of innings? Pilchard 16:11, 14 April 2007 (UTC)
- Yeah, thanks. :) Thought it was a bit odd the way round it was but didn't want to cause a fuss so was asking an admin what the protocol was. Re: which way round they should be, I'm generally doing it alphabetically... I don't think there's been any general trend as to how it's done. The guy who made it the other way round put another game as Bangladesh vs Australia, so I don't think he's using any particular method. Cheers. AllynJ 16:16, 14 April 2007 (UTC)
It's not you, I'm just getting tired, it's 1.45am where I live... good spotting, don't hesitate to correct things in the future. Thanks for the great article btw, I'm putting in up as featured story right now.--Steven Fruitsmaak (Reply) 23:46, 28 April 2007 (UTC)