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Ashes 2015: 5th test

August 20, 2015
MClarkeNicR

Despite the fact they were owned in a way not seen since the original convicts were shipped out to Australia, and would most likely prefer just to go home and drown their sorrows in a pint of Radler, the Aussie national cricket team still have one more obligation to fulfil, at The Oval. This match is also the last Michael Clarke will play at this level, and that is the […]

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G’day Pup

August 8, 2015
MClarkeNicR

In January of 2014, Australian cricket was celebrating a 5-0 whitewash in an Ashes series, and Michael Clarke was enjoying a lot of the accolades. For so long a divisive figure in the Asturalian game, which is made up of many wonderful and some moronic people, Clarke seemed to represent the true changing of the guard as the Aussies moved from the more rural, amateur McGrath, Warne and Ponting era […]

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Ashes 2015: Third test @ Edgbaston

July 29, 2015
BellGareth1953

We’ve arrived at day one of the third test between England and Australia, and the first, strongest and most solid conclusion we can draw at this point is that batting at Edgbaston is going to be a mite trickier than it was in Cardiff or at Lord’s, where the runs flowed faster than wine at David Warner’s birthday party. In contrast to the indomitable innings Steve Smith played last time […]

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Ashes 2015: Public attention waning?

July 8, 2015
JoeRootNaparazzi

Waking this morning, my first thought upon seeing the commencement of the Ashes was ‘bugger’. Not because I hate cricket or anything, rather the opposite, but simply because what with all the furore over the women’s World Cup, Raheem Sterling, Baku, Wimbledon and Fran Kirby’s move to Chelsea the beginning of this particular contest had slipped my mind for a moment. This is exactly the kind of thing Alastair Cook […]

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Joe Root: the future

May 22, 2015
JoeRootNaparazzi

Optimism greeted the players as they strode onto the green, green grass of Lord this morning, even those in England shirts, but after an hour or so of play they must have wished they were back in front of the journalists talking about South African peanuts. Cook, Ballance, Bell and Lyth all fell to what was some wonderful bowling from the New Zealand attack, leaving England at something like 30-4 […]

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We need to stop talking about Kevin

May 12, 2015
Pietersen

He who walks with wise men will be wise, but the companion of fools will be destroyed. Above is a quote from a very old book, author unknown, about the danger of associating with the hard of thinking, or even just the morally bankrupt. While it may seem the most perfect, airtight explanation for why even the most principled and intelligent men and women end up as simpering, spineless crawlers […]

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