Posts Tagged Cricket

Foregone Conclusion

Australia lead England 2-0 and are now certainties to reclaim The Ashes. But was there ever any doubt? The English had effectively conceded before the series commenced when they decided to send another captain Cook to Australia. What were they thinking? Last time they tried that, they eventually ended up shipping off their convicts to […]

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The Hole In Australian Cricket

The majority of the Australian cricketing public would have been dismayed by the start to The Ashes. The team made a fairly solid start, progressing to 1/71 a few balls before lunch. Then it happened. Again. First, Shane Watson fell, then the collapse continued after lunch. Fans watched as their national team lost 5 wickets […]

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A Case For Johnson

A little something I wrote a couple of years ago. I thought I’d copy it over to my blog to celebrate Johnson’s resurgence to be named the 2014 ICC Cricketer of the Year… Supporting Mitchell Johnson seems obvious following his man of the match performance in the Boxing Day test, but this could be a […]

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