Cricket World Cup Thread
Posted 03 June 2005 - 08:52 PM
Posted 06 June 2005 - 01:57 PM
Andrew Flintoff's jerky bowling action was the main point of interest in an otherwise forgettable mismatch between England and Bangladesh recently staged at Lord's cricket ground. The Lancastrian's last spell contained some of the most blatant transgressions of the law covering legitimate actions seen in respectable company this year.
The 15-degree rule
Posted 08 June 2005 - 10:41 AM
Did Lara walk on 0 in case Shep had missed the deflection, and so didn't want the Devonshire cream tea guru's last Test to be remembered for a potentially very costly mistake? (One of the Sky commentators said it wasn't the first time he'd seen Lara walk though.)
posted by Agnostic:
10dulkar undergoes surgery in London.
Here's to a speedy recovery.
Lara will hope to have caught up even more on the century tally list by the time he's back I suppose. BC has an average of 100.86 against Sri Laka in Sri Lanka. Bodes well? :wonder:
Posted 12 June 2005 - 02:26 PM
What to you think of Greg Chappell and the Indian cricket team.
May be he will open the bowling underarm and confuse Afridi?
Good for Gangas. Nothing like county cricket to tone up a guy.
Posted 13 June 2005 - 03:16 PM
Originally posted by zxb
The Ashes get dirty. :chok:
Bet it was Nass.
"Michael's case has been stolen," an Australia team spokeswoman told AFP on Sunday. "That contained his five bats, seven pairs of gloves, three pairs of spiked shoes, his yellow pads for the one-day series, two pairs of rubber-soled shoes - even his box has gone."
Even his box has gone. Has to be Nass. Though I wouldn't put it past Ashley Giles.
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