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WORLD CUP DAY 15: FORM IS TEMPORARY

South Africa just belted the living daylights out of the West Indies. AB De Villiers went to town and scored 161*(62). But I say: so what? 547 more words

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Get Closer to the Proteas than you have ever Been

“It’s been a long time coming for him” , peering down at Glen McGrath in this the final over of the final day of the New Year’s test at Nelwands, “all he needs is this wicket to be a South African hero!” 518 more words

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276. Radio Luvvies Talks Cricket

I was tootling around town yesterday afternoon and to take my mind off the IDIOT IN FRONT OF ME WHO DOESN’T KNOW WHAT AN INDICATOR IS AND I WONDER WHY THEY PUT SO MANY MIRRORS IN CARS I’M NOT REALLY THAT VAIN OH LOOK I CAN SEE THE MAN BEHIND ME AS WELL HE DOESN’T LOOK VERY HAPPY, I turned on the radio. 520 more words

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Where are they now?

The ICC World Cup is well underway now and the group stages are coming to an end over the next week or so. So for this week’s look at where are they now I will look at the last England team to reach the final. 695 more words

England's Pace Problem

England’s World Cup campaign has been disastrous, there’s no other way to describe it.

They have been roundly beaten into submission by the three full member sides they have played, and conceded 779 in 110 overs and taken just 12 wickets. 718 more words

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Variety is the spice of life, and a good bowling attack.

England’s 9 wicket defeat to Sri Lanka was tough to take. Previous losses against Australia and New Zealand had been awful, if not expected, but defeat in the early hours of Sunday morning confirmed that England were miles off the pace, not only from the tournament favourites but also the chasing pack. 1,005 more words

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