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Glamorgan: All Quiet on the Western Avenue

November 25, 2011 by

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‘Twas the month before Christmas, all through the SWALEC Something was stirring, becoming a wreck… The skipper was hung out to dry without care, By the next season, who still will be there…? It’s quite remarkable how some things can change from one year to the next. There are those among us who would argue […]

What The Matrix?

August 25, 2011 by

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Jarrod Kimber is the Editor of Spin Cricket and also half of the double act The Two Chucks. And that is while he is not authoring best-selling books and taking the mickey out of anyone and anything over at Cricket With Balls. Jarrod agreed to share his views on the recently released Argus report that […]

The Final Walk of the Wizard from Oz

May 20, 2011 by

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A couple of weeks ago, Shane Warne announced via his twitter account that this IPL season would be the last season of professional cricket for him. With that comes to an end one of the most fascinating chapters of a sportsman. His career has been plagued with scandals starting with his dealing with bookies, a […]

MS Dhoni: An Assured Level-5 Leader

April 16, 2011 by

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I remember the day very clearly. It was the 8th of November 2008. A Saturday. It was the third day of the final Test match of the series (at Nagpur) between India and Australia. I had watched the most gripping session of Test cricket in my Melbourne home. Having commenced the day on 189 for […]

Sachin Tendulkar and The Clutch Conundrum

March 29, 2011 by

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Three years ago, I spent an evening with a couple of passionate Indian sports fans in a pub in Chicago. A couple of drinks down the line, the conversation veered towards Sachin Tendulkar and that’s pretty much where it remained for the rest of the evening. While all three of us were in complete agreement […]

Final Countdown

March 23, 2011 by

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It might be a tragicomedy of epic proportions that India and Australia, the top 2 ranked teams in the rankings are playing each other in the QFs but who can they blame apart from themselves? While Group B was keenly contested, Group A lost much of its lustre after the Australia vs Sri Lanka game […]

With a Little Help from the Friends – II

February 16, 2011 by

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(Click here to read Part I) A scene that will never be erased from my cricketing consciousness. With his head tilted to look up and behind, running away from the pitch for quite some time, with eyes perfectly focused on the ball in its downward trajectory, India’s greatest athlete took the catch which would have […]