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KFC ‘wanker’ exposed and possibly inspired

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Basil Corrigan, 47, the masturbator who “fell asleep mid-wank” on the lawn beside the KFC eatery on Trower Rd in Casuarina in Australia’s Northern Territory has earned the front-page screamer in his local paper: “WANKER GETS OFF LIGHTLY.”  Corrigan gave “a cheery thumbs up” when the judge set him free on account of time served waiting for trial.


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Corrigan seems happy enough. And you wonder what being branded a “wanker” will do to his vigour.

Australians were fond of calling one New Zealand cricketer, the great all-rounder Sir Richard Hadlee, a “wanker”, often giving full throat to “Hadlee’s a wanker” during the match. When Hadlee was knighted in 1990, Australian cricket star Sir Don Bradman sent him a letter of congratulations and a cartoon of an Australian fan yelling “Hadlee’s a wanker” from the stands. Hadlee was pictured replying: “It’s Sir Wanker to you.” Greg Chappell, another Aussie cricketer, told Hadlee the chant was “a mark of respect. The people here rate you and fear you”.

Corrigan may embrace his fame as enthusiastically as he embraces his knob. Watch this space – and grassy knoll by the KFC.

Posted: 11th, February 2018 | In: News, Sports, Strange But True | Comment | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

Australian role models upset by cricketers smoking

Fresh from swatting England 4-0 in The Ashes, Australia’s cricketers decamped to Sydney’s Coogee Pavilion for a “relatively low key and good natured” celebration, where “the players happily chatted with fans and posed for selfies”.

In the hunt for sensation, the Mail picks up a scent, noting that the venue was festooned with “admiring female fans” – a scoop that amounts to a few of the players “chatting to a group of women”.

It’s all sedate stuff, despite the Mail’s attempt to spin a story of sex and excess at a “boozy” do from a few long lens photos.

But the paper missed the scoop. Australia’s Telegraph brings shocking news:

Two of Australia’s leading players Shaun Marsh and Jackson Bird were captured smoking during the team’s celebrations in Sydney on Tuesday following their 4-0 Ashes win …

The pair freely puffed away in public as other players chatted nearby.

Puffing on…tobacco!

At which point we recall when England won The Ashes in 2005. After a night’s drinking followed by a champagne breakfast, Mike Gatting asked Freddie Flintoff whether he had had anything to eat. “Yes,” replied Flintoff, “a cigar.”

So, about those ciggies. Well, Dr Michael Gannon, president of the Australian Medical Association, is unimpressed. “One answer is that they are private citizens but the truth is they are role models at an elite level that are looked up to by boys and girls and men and women across Australia and they expect a certain level of behaviour.”

Personally speaking, my kids look to Dr Michael Gannon for guidance. They can’t throw a ball for toffee but with dedication they should be able to purse their lips and pass judgement with the very best of them.

Dr Sarah White from Quit Victoria, verbalises: “It is really poor judgment and really poor role modelling for them to be doing this in public.”

For the want of a bike shed, where smokers can go bike shedding.

Dr Sarah, whose photo hangs over a millions children’s beds, adds:

“Cricket in Australian presents itself as family friendly but this is at direct odds with that given that smoking is the biggest cause of preventable death and disease in Australia. I would expect better judgment. It goes against their elite sports modelling and their healthy behaviour on the field. Smoking is against social norms in Australia and these players are doing damage by virtue with the regard they are held in by young Australians.”

David Chalke, a personal hero of mine, adds: “Smoking really is beyond the pale these days. It is not simply having a bit of fun. It is very anti-social. The players are role models… It’s not cool and it is not fashionable. If they are doing this, if they have to do it, they should not be doing it in public, they should be doing it in private.”

Time, surely, to make doctoring and therapy spectator sports, and give us the chance to see our role models at work and play. Call me Sky, I have ideas…


Posted: 11th, January 2018 | In: News, Sports | Comment | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

Indian bookmakers offer to fix The Ashes and offer odds on Pope wearing funny hat

After two matches played, England’s cricketers are two down in The Ashes best of five series. You might think the results so far were down to a combination of poor England performances and a superior Australian team. But you’d be wrong. Maybe. The Sun leads with news that bookmakers have been plotting to fix the games.

The paper says it’s been handed a “bombshell dossier to the International Cricket Council which details attempts to fix” the Third Test.


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Would it be possible to fix a Test without anyone realising? You could argue that an England victory would be so shocking that no-one would notice peculiar betting patterns. We’d be too busy head-butting one another, dousing themselves in beer and arranging time off work to watch the victory bus on its way to Downing Street. And if Australia win, well, plus ca change.

The Sun shines a light on two men. Sobers Joban and Priyank Saxena allegedly asked for up to £140,000 to “spot fix” markets, such as the exact amount of runs scored in an over. It’s alleged that when a cheating player gives a secret signal – a fielder moves to a certain position; bowling a first-ball wide; wearing a long-sleeve top; tugging his ear; tugging the umpire’s ear; etc. – a network of bookmakers gamble “millions” on the sure thing. We also hear of India’s ‘Mr Big’ and Australian cricket’s ‘The Silent Man’.

Who they? Dunno. So the Sun tells us a bit more about the people it did meet, who can allegedly reveal all for a not inconsiderable consideration. Around a photo of Joban dressed in cricket gear we read about his “lavish lifestyle”, house in the “swanky, diplomatic area of Delhi” and his engagement “to a Russian martial arts specialist”. Saxena “was described by his partner Sobers as a tobacco and spice tycoon with business interests in South Africa”.

They urged our investigators, who posed as financiers for underworld London bookies, to pour millions into a new Zimbabwean league where matches would be fixed.

Corruption. In Zimbabwe?! Say it ain’t true, Joe!

Joban allegedly told the paper:

“I will give you work in Ashes Test. Session runs. Maybe day one, two, three. We have two session work, one session costs 60 lakh rupees (£69,000), two sessions 120 lakh rupees (138,000).

“If you are interested Priyank will talk to the Silent Man. If you want to go with him alright, but you will not sit in meeting. I don’t know what he give, script or session.

“Right now if I tell you he want one crore (£116,000), he might want five crores (£580,000).”

Fast forward a few hours and the ICC is on the case. “We have now received all materials relating to The Sun investigation,” says Alex Marshall, the ICC general manager anti-corruption. “There is no indication that any players in this Test have been in contact with the alleged fixers.”

England captain Joe Root tells BBC Test Match Special: “It’s very sad that this has been written about. We’ve got to focus on this Test match and do everything we can to win it.”Australia captain Steve Smith adds: “As far as I know, there’s nothing that’s been going on or anything like that. There’s no place for that in our game.”

In other news: anyone who wants to know the result, can contact us on the usual address. For £850,000, we will tell them who is going to win The Ashes. But given that you’re our loyal readers, we’ll let you in on the secret: keep your eyes on Joe Root’s wicket. When the umpire raises his finger, it’s on!


Posted: 14th, December 2017 | In: Back pages, Money, News, Tabloids | Comment | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

Ben Stokes reminds the country that people still play cricket

England cricketer Ben Stokes has been making news ever since he was arrested following a bout of alleged fisticuffs with Ryan Hale, a former soldier who served in Afghanistan, on a night out in Bristol.

Everything about Stoke’s life to date is being examined for signs of mania. He wore comfi-Slax and a jumper for his interview for the England captaincy; the winner, Joe Root, wore a suit and tie, and most likely tucked his vest into his Y-fronts. He did an impression of Katie Price’s disabled son Harvey, which someone filmed. In 2011, Stokes was arrested and cautioned for obstructing the police. He’s ginger. He was rusticated from a tour of Australia for boozing. He achieved four speeding offences in one month.



The big shock, of course, is that a cricket should be on the front pages at all. Cricket usually attracts less media attention than Wayne Rooney’s urine; it’s f7 on the keyboard when there’s no football on. And that’s the international stuff. Cricket at country level has less pull than Ann Widdecombe in a moist tent.



The MCC, ECB and all other cricket boards should write a letter to Stokes thanking him for making cricketers and cricket worthy of our attention. Cricket needs exposure even more than the aforementioned Katie Price and her Jordans.

As for Stokes, a player who often eschews the cloying professionalism in favour of the amateur spirit, we,, he should save his aggression for the match.


Posted: 30th, September 2017 | In: News, Sports | Comment | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

‘Piss Off Fatso’: When Thompson and Lillee wreaked havoc


The Ashes are coming. A friend tells me with no little boasting, “I watched Thompson and Lillee on ‘The Hill’.” That was the 1974-1975 Ashes, when Geoff Thompson and Dennis Lillee were on a mission.

As Lillee put it: “I’m trying to scare him, trying to hurt him, perhaps in the ribs or leg or something so that he at least knows you’re around.”

And the crowd? Well, they loved it. “Lillee! Lillee! Kill! Kill! Kill!”



And Thompson and Lillee really hated the English. The 1974-75 Athes series was brutal:

England were surprised when Thomson was included in the Australian side for the opening Test in Brisbane. “We never thought they’d pick Jeff,” recalled David Lloyd. “We thought it was a different Thomson… Froggy, who played for Victoria.”

In the days before the Test, Thomson upped the hype in a TV interview when he said: “I enjoy hitting a batsman more than getting him out. I like to see blood on the pitch.”

The night before the match Lillee came across Thomson in the bar drinking scotch. “When I go out to bowl I want a hangover from hell,” Thomson explained. “I bowl really well when I’ve got a headache.”

When the game got underway Australia batted first, leaving Thomson in the pavilion to nurse his hangover. Towards the end of their innings Tony Greig, who could bowl briskly and generated significant lift from his 6ft 7in frame to trouble decent batsmen, bounced Lillee. The ball reared at his head and he could do no more than glove it to Alan Knott. “Just you remember who started this,” muttered Lillee as he trooped off.

“When I batted at Perth I didn’t even wear a cap,” said Lloyd. “All I had was an apology for a thigh pad.” It was in that Test that Thomson struck Lloyd so hard in the groin that his protective box was turned inside out. “You didn’t feel fear,” he added, “but you did feel a hopelessness at times, a feeling that you couldn’t cope.”

Mike Denness noted Lloyd’s reaction when he returned to the dressing room after one innings. “Within seconds his body was quivering. His neck and the top half of his body in particular were shaking. He was shell-shocked.”

Here’s a fun anecdote from the Perth Test:

“Good morning, my name’s Cowdrey,” he said. Thomson has told the story so often, with ribald twists introduced depending on the audience, that it is hard to know precisely what he said in response but his latest account, gives a flavour: “As I handed my hat to the umpire, I was revved up and just wanted to kill somebody and Kipper walked all the way up to me and said: ‘Mr Thomson I believe. It’s so good to meet you.’ And I said: ‘That’s not going to help you, Fatso, now piss off.'”

Did it hurt? David Lloyd tells us:

After making a heroic 49 in his first knock, Lloyd was making dogged progress in the second innings when Thomson caught him ‘full on’ in the most tender part of the anatomy.
“We wore little pink plastic boxes at the time which were totally unsuitable for the job,” he explained. “It cracked open and what I had inside fired through before the box snapped shut again like a guillotine coming down. Even after 32 years, I lose my voice just thinking about it. There’s retired hurt and then there’s retired hurt…”

For your diaries:

23-27 November 2017 – First Test, Gabba.
2-6 December 2017 – Second Test, Adelaide Oval (Day-Night)
14-18 December 2017 – Third Test, Perth (venue TBC)
26-30 December 2017 – Fourth Test, MCG.
4-8 January 2018 – Fifth Test, SCG.

Posted: 19th, September 2017 | In: Key Posts, Sports | Comment | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

The Ashes: Australia collapse like a Sydney backpacker at a real ale festival

England have thrashed Australia in the Ashes first test. Australia were chasing 412 runs. Victory would only be achived with the third-highest winning total in Test history.

They failed wonderfully.

When the Telegraph’s man in the know opined “This time Australia present an appearance of invulnerability”, he was over-egging the pud. 

Australia collapsed like a Sydney backpacker at a real ale festival.

Aussie skipper Micahel “get ready for a broken fucking arm” Clarke was out-fought and out-thought.


Posted: 11th, July 2015 | In: Sports | Comment | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

Football Is A Cipher For All Social Ills: Kevin Pietersen Is Lucky He Plays Cricket



WRITING in the Times, Rory Smith looks at Kevin Pietersen and how football isn’t allowed to be a sport but seen as cipher for social ills:

Picture the scene. On the back of a particularly disappointing World Cup, one of the most gifted English footballers of all time is told, in no uncertain terms, that he will no longer be required by his national side, no matter what sort of form he is in. For almost a year, he holds his silence, keeping the game’s omerta under considerable legal duress.

Then, when he finally speaks, he lacerates almost everyone he came into contact with over the course of his decade-long international career. He lays bare a dressing room culture poisoned by gargantuan egos, riven by cliques, where younger, less experienced players are ruthlessly intimidated by senior professionals, but at the same time reveals a host of his own mistakes, his disinterest, his sensitivity, so easily confused with self-absorbed vanity.

He does not quite use that vintage Partridgean phrase – “needless to say, I had the last laugh” – but the whole memoir comes across as a brazen act of self-apologism, designed to skewer the reputation of his enemies and bolster his own self-image. It is a sordid, distasteful business, made worse when it emerges that factions within the Football Association were keeping a dossier of his behaviour, applauding his goals at the same time as sharpening a knife to plunge into his back when the moment comes.

And then imagine the tone with which each tawdry detail would be revealed and swallowed. Imagine the think-pieces in the newspapers about football’s rotten soul and the diatribes about these unimaginably wealthy young men who seem to encapsulate everything that is wrong and classless and twisted about modern society.

Imagine the disdain. Imagine the phone-ins detailing how football has lost its common touch, how detached it has become. Imagine the clucking Surrey dinner parties in which footballers are proscribed as awful, repugnant beings, not the sort of people you would wish to be associated with at all. Imagine the subtext of us and them, of old money and new, of Persimmon estate and council estate.

Kevin Pietersen has a book out. You might have noticed. What you will not have noticed is the phenomenon described above. You will not have noticed the issues he has raised being used to tar the image of all cricketers. You will not have noticed the creep into using the Pietersen case as a cipher for something more. You will not have noticed the subtext that these are rich, spoiled young men, and that they would handle their money and fame an awful lot better if only they were a little better educated.

This is because cricket – and rugby, and the Olympic disciplines – are not held to the same standards as football.

He’s spot on.

Read it all – it’s worth the entrrance fee…

Posted: 8th, October 2014 | In: Sports | Comment | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

Kevin Pietersen Shoots His Mouth Off At Everyone



CRICKET, to the uninitiated, has always seemed perfectly quaint and polite. Of course, cricket fans know that within the sport is some of the most brutal trash-talking, ego maniacs and a lot of heavy drinking.

Even the ever-so-English David Gower, who played the grinning straight man on panel show They Think It’s All Over, was a lunatic. In 1991, he went for a joy-ride in a Tiger Moth biplane after they’d been dismissed in a match, before posing with his plane in the papers the next day. Even though his captain, Graham Gooch was apoplectic with rage, it didn’t stop Gower, during the fourth Test at Adelaide, walking out to the crease to the tune of Those Magnificent Men in their Flying Machines.

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Posted: 6th, October 2014 | In: Sports | Comment | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

Andrew Strauss And Kevin Pietersen Trade Insults At The Crease



FORMER England captain Andrew Strauss chose to share his view of former England colleage of 82 Tests Kevin Pietersen at the Lord’s bicentenary celebration match between the MCC and the Rest of The World. Commentating for Sky Sports, microphones picked up Strauss calling Pietersen a “c***” in an aside to one of his co- commentators, Nick Knight.

But only viewers watching on the Fox Sports app. heard the insult, something that should increase future downloads as cricket fans seek out more entertainment than even the contents of Ian Botham’s cereal bowl can supply.


Exposed, Strauss then disapointed cricket lovers by stating:

“I apologise unreservedly, particularly to Kevin Pietersen. I am mortified and profusely sorry.”

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Posted: 6th, July 2014 | In: Sports | Comments (2) | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

Watch Cricket in The 80’s – Rookies, Rebels & Renaissance

Joel Garner (on ground) gets the congratulations of Viv Richards after taking the catch - off Michael Holding's bowling - which dismissed Alan Knott for nine in England's first innings in the second Cornhill Test match at Lord's . Other West Indian players including wicket-keeper Deryck Murray (wearing pads) celebrate Knott's departure.

Joel Garner (on ground) gets the congratulations of Viv Richards after taking the catch – off Michael Holding’s bowling – which dismissed Alan Knott for nine in England’s first innings in the second Cornhill Test match at Lord’s . Other West Indian players including wicket-keeper Deryck Murray (wearing pads) celebrate Knott’s departure.

IN the 1980s, cricket was violent, thrilling, angry, captivating and utterly fantastic. When the mighty West Indies played England at Lord’s in June 1980, I was by the Tavener’s pitch-side pub. It smelt of warm body, smoke and beer.

A West Indian steward saw me trying to get a view and invited me to sit by the rope. In the bright sunlight, I stepped over the low barriers and onto the grass. Joel Garner was bowling. At 6ft 8inches tall, running in fast with the ball held high in his hand, Garner was the most fearsome, magnificent human being I had ever seen.

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Posted: 10th, March 2014 | In: Flashback, Sports | Comment | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

High-five horrors: James Faulkner pokes Brad Haddins in the eye

HIGH-Five horrors presents James Faulkner fluffing the god-awful high-five and poking Brad Haddins right in the eye. Slapping flesh might be good enough for the Americans, but if the Australians see any value in the Commonwealth and links to Great Britain they must surely be manifest in a smart, brisk handshake. British Colonialism  might be old hat, but standards never go out of fashion. It’s signs of American imperialism you need to watch out for – literally:

Posted: 15th, October 2013 | In: Sports | Comment | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

Monty Panesar: Bothers women and urinates on bouncers

File photo dated 28/07/2013 of Sussex's Monty Panesar. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Wednesday August 7, 2013. Sussex have launched an investigation after England cricketer Monty Panesar received a fixed penalty notice from police for being "drunk and disorderly" following an incident at a Brighton nightclub. See PA story CRICKET England. Photo credit should read: Chris Ison/PA Wire

CRICKETERS are nice aren’t they? Not like those awful footballers with their grotesque wealth, dreadful taste in cars and super-injunctions. They play sports in their sweaters and take breaks for cups of tea and polite applause.

Right? Wrong.

Cricketers are the masters of deception, sledging opponents at the crease, turning up rat-arsed at Downing Street and, in the case of Monty Panesar, urinating on bouncers at a nightclub.

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Posted: 7th, August 2013 | In: Sports | Comment (1) | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

The Ashes Balls: Brad Hiddin ‘waited’ but Stuart Broad ‘cheated’

COMPARE and contrast: Stuart Broad refuses to walk until the Ashes umpire gives him out – which he doesn’t.

Broad is called a cheat. The tabloids lead with calls for him to banned from cricket.

Brad Haddin knew he was out. But the Australian never walked, waiting for the umpire to use technology. The crowd waited. Australia were close to an unlikely victory in the First Test. If he’s given not out, they might yet have won. Says Haddin:

“Yeah I hit it. I knew it was out. I hit the ball, it was obvious.”

Calls for his head: none. Back page coverage: nil.


Posted: 18th, July 2013 | In: Sports | Comment | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

Can 3-year-old Lil K. Lewis save Australian cricket? (Video)

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CAN Australia be saved? The cricket team needs a new star. And 3AW might just have spotted her. Lil K. Lewis is three. Tim Blair does his best Richie Benaud and appraises the talent:

That backlift is perfect. Her first shot is a drive through mid-wicket taken from outside the off-stump in the manner of Viv Richards, who shares Lil’s lower-hand style. The second shot is a lofted straight drive, again featuring that strong right hand. Lil’s third shot is a cover drive so majestic, so technically exquisite, that the little girl freezes in her follow-through so that lesser players might learn how it’s done: 

Posted: 27th, March 2013 | In: Sports | Comment | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

England cricket fan not killed when ball hits his head

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HARD cheese on Alex Dettman, 30, who was smacked on the head by a cricket ball. Dettman was ‘watching’ New Zealand take on England at University Oval in Dunedin when he was hit by the ball struck by Kiwi batsman Hamish Rutherford.

Says Dettman, who hails from York, England:

”I blew my nose, looked up and went `Uh-oh’.”

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Posted: 9th, March 2013 | In: Sports | Comment | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

Face of the day: Ken Clarke does England v West Indies

FACE of the day: Cricket understands Mondays. The Test schedulers who made Mondays the fifth day got it. So, then, to the Second Test at Trent Bridge, where Justice Secretary Ken Clarke is watching the mighty England – the team we expect to win and often does on home turf – tonk the once mighty West Indies by nine wickets. What d’yer think of it so far, Ken..?


Posted: 28th, May 2012 | In: Sports | Comment | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

Bevan Small and Michael Mason showcase cricket’s relay catch

BEVAN Small and Michael Mason  perform the cricket relay catch to dismiss Northern Knights batsman Brad Wilson. This is brilliant:

Posted: 10th, January 2012 | In: Sports | Comment | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

Learn To Bat Like New Zealand Legend Chris Martin: The Video

LEARN to bat like Chris Martin – star of 32 ducks for the New Zealand rugby team:

Posted: 5th, December 2011 | In: Sports | Comment | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

South African Cricketers Amazing Remembrance Day Tribute: England Footballers Shamed

ENGLAND crickets is wonderful sporting Remembrance Day tribute:

Fun fact: at 11.11am on the 11/11/11, South Africa required 111 runs to win the First Test against Australia.

South Africa wins!

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Posted: 13th, November 2011 | In: Sports | Comment | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif, Mohammad Amir And Mazhar Majeed Shouldn’t Have Bothered With Lawyers

HOW successful were the lawyers in keeping former Pakistan captain Salman Butt, 27, Mohammad Asif, 28, Mohammad Amir, 19, and the corrupt agent Mazhar Majeed out of jail?

Butt’s lawyer Ali Bajwa:

“He has gone from a national hero to being a figure of contempt. He has lost almost everything. There is only his liberty and his family left to lose. What purpose would a custodial sentence serve?’

Salman Butt: jailed for 30 months

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Posted: 3rd, November 2011 | In: Key Posts, Sports | Comment | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

The Annual Bramble Mid-Solent Cricket Match In Photos

THE sun shone at the annual Bramble Bank cricket match. This year old salt Sir Robin Knox-Johnson joined members from the Royal Southern Yacht Club in Hamble, Hampshire and the Island Sailing Club in Cowes on the Isle of Wight, for the annual cricket match on the Bramble Bank in the middle of the Solent. The bank is a shallow area of sea in the centre of the Solent which is exposed for about an hour during the lowest tides of the year. The teams take it in turns to win in alternate years and host the post-match festivities. Next year, should the football season not pan out, Fabio Capello’s England will be invited to play an exhibition match…for the full 90 minutes.


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As the tide closes in, members from the Royal Southern Yacht Club in Hamble, Hampshire, and the Island Sailing Club in Cowes on the Isle of Wight, compete in their annual cricket match on the Bramble Bank in the middle of the Solent.

Posted: 29th, September 2011 | In: Sports | Comment | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

Photos Of The Day: England Cricket Team Gives Australia And India A Chance

ENGLAND – playing fair, as ever…

Posted: 19th, August 2011 | In: Sports | Comment | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

England Fans Showboat As Cricket Team Becomes World’s Best (Video)

SOMEONE make cricket an Olympic sport pronto – England are the best in the world at it. We can catch anything from swine flu to Sehwag. Blimey – even the fans are showboating…

Posted: 14th, August 2011 | In: Sports | Comment | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

Who Ate All The Pies?

AT the second npower test match at Trent Bridge, Nottingham, the ladies take their seats – and most of yours seats, too…cricket

Posted: 30th, July 2011 | In: Sports | Comment | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

Test Match Special Discusses Kevin Pietersen Pulling On A Rubber: Audio

ON BBC radio’s Test Match Special the talk has moved on from Brian Johnston’s cakes to rubbers. Jonathan Agnew is ruminating on the subject of Kevin Pietersen’s grip.

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Posted: 8th, June 2011 | In: TV & Radio | Comment | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0