Monthly Archives: January 2014

Ten Things You Didn’t Know About Sachin Tendulkar

1. He hit 100 international hundreds. He’s the only man to have done so. Oh wait, you knew that? Shit. I’m gonna have to up my game. 2. He started playing Tests so early that we don’t even know his career … Continue reading

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Assault and Battery; Arsehole and Brett Lee?

You might well have seen it: six deliveries bowled at full pace from one of the two or three fastest international bowlers of the past 15 years to a tubby 48 year old village cricketer. 5 1/2 ounces of hardened … Continue reading

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There’s no sadder sight than that, of a Zimbabwean in a Baseball Cap…

I think it is time. The camel’s back broken by the straw he wasn’t even carrying. Though  if he wasn’t carrying the straw, how can he take the can for it? Do camels have tipping points, and if they do, … Continue reading

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The Thumpers and the Bunnies

On waking up this morning it was a relief to see that it was all over. Five Tests, Five Thumpings, Five Limp Displays. Australia were good. I’m not sure if they were better than we thought they were going to … Continue reading

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