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#191984
wyot

cricket 3 Weeks, 4 Days ago  
Surely the most exciting sport in the universe currently. There must be some converts on here?!
 
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#192006
Barney

Re:cricket 3 Weeks, 4 Days ago  
After football, obviously though.

The only game followed - and played - in every country on earth.

But one of the very few sports for which fans are numbered in billions.


However - when looking at Headingley, at the weekend - you'd almost think we've won The Ashes!

We've a very long way to go yet.

Particularly when Steve Smith gets his head fixed...


 
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#192007
Chris

Re:cricket 3 Weeks, 3 Days ago  
The media praising the mighty Ben Stokes to the skies is the same media that demanded his withdrawal from the game and his head on a plate when they excitedly 'broke' the 'great story' of his nightclub fracas, is it not?
 
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#192008
wyot

Re:cricket 3 Weeks, 3 Days ago  
Oh yes long way to go Barney but I re.ain awe of the mental strength of Stokes; he has single handedly almost won the world cup and now kept us in ashes...Outstanding displays and so exciting...
 
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#192288
Barney

Re:cricket 2 Weeks, 1 Day ago  
Barney wrote:
you'd almost think we've won The Ashes!

We've a very long way to go yet.

Particularly when Steve Smith gets his head fixed.


Well, Steve Smith did get his concussed head fixed - and finished up with 211 in the fourth Ashes test yesterday.

Australia's Smith's outstanding Old Trafford display confirms him as the finest batsman in the modern game.

Sadly rain has again stopped play - and England have it all to do, and need a draw at least. Before the final test at The Oval.


 
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