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Hello Eoin! Come on down…

December 20, 2014
EMorganBenSutherland

The trials and tribulations of Alastair Cook and the England One-Day side came to an abrupt, but not unexpected end this week with the Test captain relieved of his duties in favour of Eoin Morgan, albeit far later than some of the watching press thought was correct. Although Cook’s time as ODI captain has been dotted with blandishments and abuse from the stalls, he carried himself with the grace and […]

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Growing up in cricket

December 3, 2014
Pietersen

This morning, as the news of the day flashed across the screen and this writer finally gave up trying to understand non-sporting information until more tea and bacon had been consumed, there was a chance to watch the repeated interview of Kevin Pietersen on Clare Balding’s BT Sport show, followed by trying to digest the touching images from the funeral of Phillip Hughes down in Australia. Held in Macksville, New […]

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RIP Phil Hughes

November 27, 2014
AusSlipsZoonabar

It’s difficult at a time like this to know exactly what can be said that is new, or that might provoke a thought in the heads of the readers, but then again sometimes the job of the writer is not to be controversial, but instead to be human. Today then it makes sense that we should do just that as we’ve been reminded again that our heroes are also oh-so-fallible, […]

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Bodyline, bouncers and safety in cricket

November 26, 2014
AusSlipsZoonabar

At least eighty years have passed since the Bodyline tour of Australia undertaken by the England team led by Douglas Jardine, and this week we had a stark reminder of how little safety in cricket has moved on in that time. Phil Hughes, an Australian batsmen of some talent and repute was struck on the head by a bouncer whilst playing at the Sydney Cricket Ground and is now in […]

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K-Poop

October 6, 2014
KP

Down the years Kevin Pietersen has done a lot to make this writer fall in love with cricket, from his greatest innings in an England shirt to the humorous and occasionally absurd observations he would throw out to whoever will listen, but in the last year or so he’s been fading from the public view faster than a family photo in Back To The Future. Now is the time when […]

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England cricket: the fair division of labour

September 9, 2014
ACook

Sport is a world of outliers and exceptions, this much we know, but some general trends and rules can be observed and held as consistently applicable if not always true. Time will normally take a toll on the putting prowess of a pro golfer, for example, and on average a prop will take more damage and play for less time in rugby, but there is always a Tom Watson or […]

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