Monthly Archives: June 2014

A Spot Of Drizzle In Yorkshire

The scheduled T20 match for yesterday was one of the most anticipated of the season. A domestic game selling out a venue that the national side failed to do just two weeks before, an occasion that is one of the county … Continue reading

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Bowlers Vs Batsmen

For those who can’t be bothered to play a video, James Anderson says, while basically in tears: “We’ve tried our hearts out this series; all the bowlers bowled brilliantly. Man of the Series could have gone to any number of … Continue reading

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Well Played Sri Lanka

An iT20 victory, an ODI series victory, and a Test series to boot.   Obviously James Anderson has been named Player of the Series. I too thought Angelo Mathews was rubbish.

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The Ballad of the Balance of Weight Of Alastair Cook

There was a young farmboy from Essex Who suffered from unbalanced kinetics He came forward to drive when the cherry arrived A shot not great for aesthetics So strong when playing from his hips Those wrists made for mid-wicket whips Yet made … Continue reading

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A Quickly Scrambled Three

1. Day Three New Zealand dismiss the West Indies and are 246 runs ahead after the first innings. The opposition are reeling on a tricky, slow pitch. Half an hour or so later, the third innings of the match is 8 overs … Continue reading

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