Greetings to y'all
Here's wishing you and your families a happy and fulfilling 2007. Live it up! Cheers, Ramapriya

We needed Michael Vaughan badly
The 2005 Ashes supremo has been missing due to injury and England's capitulation confirms how much he has been missed. http://www.sportingo.com/cricket/michael-vaughan-is-the-answer-to...

Sydney Barnes in the Second Test of 1911/12
I'm trying to reconstruct this match on my blog - http://crickex.blogspot.com/ - and I'd really appreciate any further information and assistance. Below is a (poorly) abridged and edited

Separated at birth
Slightly off topic for uk cricket, but hey it's Christmas. Ages ago on one of the newsgroups some drew a likeness between Ponting and Johnny Carson, if I recall correctly. How about St...

England's true colors
As I have repeatedly stated, this English side was over rated and what has happened in Australia is a perfect example of that fact. Aqeel

The silence hear is deafening ...
I think this is the quietest uk.sport.cricket has ever been!? pity the barmy army couldnt shut up for 5 minutes during the medal presentation :( I am a big fan of the barmy army,...

Indian Pacers hit hard but Pollock steadies the innings...
NDIA fast bowler Shanta Sreesanth took 3-53 to lead his side's fightback on the fourth day of the second Test in Durban today. South Africa was 6-192 in its second innings, a lead of 2...

Ashes to Ashes Dust to Dust If Lilee won'tget you Warne must
Hi, England won back the Ashes for first time at home in 1893 thanks to Briggs and defended it Australia in 1894-95 thanks to Bobby Peel doing a Willis! They actually won again in...

Indians succumb again to fiersome SA bodyline attack....
Team India batsmen Sachin Tendulkar and VVS Laxman resumed duties on the third day of the second Test against South Africa at the Sahara Kingsmead Stadium in Durban on Thursday but succumbe...

Revealed - how to rebuild England cricket's leak house
Poor old England. How will they ever get any of the Aussie batters out now that their plans for every player have been revealed in the Australian press? Did Andrew Symonds read the plan befo...

Quote of the day
Geoff Boycott has his detractors but his "If you need a list to get Shane Warne out something is wrong with your bowlers" in reaction to the leaked plans story is spot on! Ramapri...

Murder@The MCG
England all out 161 Australia win by an innings and 99 runs Australia 4 England 0 Warneing Warneing Warneing Be on the lookout for a group of serial chokers masqueradin...

England: Remedial action
Prior to the next overseas tour, the home office should step in and block the England players passports, thereby preventing any future embarrassment. Sid

Dalmiya resigns from CAB, promises to bounce back
Under pressure from the Cricket Board, former BCCI president Jagmohan Dalmiya resigned from the post of the president of Cricket Association of Bengal on Wednesday but promised to soon bounc...

Found: The England-Bowling-Plan Thief!
I've updated the article, and the new revelations make it even more embarassing for England than before: http://crickex.blogspot.com/ Cheers

England's tactics leaked to Aussie Press
Here's an account of the disgrace (although Matthew Hoggard hardly seems concerned): http://crickex.blogspot.com/ Cheers

Panesar - what went wrong?
In a previous post I questioned the near frenzied campaign in the media - which was also contributed to by people here - for the inclusion of 'Monty' into the England team. Here was the ma...

700 was pretty special: Warne
Shane Warne created history on the first day of the Boxing Day Test when he bowled Andrew Strauss to claim his 700th Test wicket. http://gosporty.blogspot.com/2006/12/700-was-pretty-sp...

Sigh....
What does England have to do to get an lbw decision???

Glenn McGrath
According to his statistics, McGrath is one of the best pace bowlers in history. But he is a one- trick pony (admittedly it's a good trick) who has enjoyed enormous success because batsmen...

It's difficult to believe that it's only 18 months
I just find it difficult to understand how England were so competitive such a short time ago- well not competitive, they beat Australia- and now are struggling. It doesn't look good in Mel...

KP will be roasted again today...
... for making no visible attempt at farming the strike to protect Flintoff and the rest ;)) Ramapriya

Thankyou Mr Strauss!
You'll be remembered as number 700.

Read back in for Jones
As if we couldn't guess... Mahmood keeps his place interestingly. Hopefully he'll bowl straight this time. Richard

Pollock keen to heal Proteas wounded pride ....
Pollock, who picked his 400th scalp in the first Test at the Wanderers, said motivation had not been an issue with him and he did not have any plans of retirement. "But as far as ...

Merry Christmas
Just the normal Merry Christmas post. I've just constructed three Go Karts and a green machine. One go kart is super, it extends right up to adult size, it has two seats and a tr...

cricket scoring software
Hi all, I'm after some cricket scoring software for PC. Anyone know of any software - preferrably free - that they can either post or give me a link to a site. cheers <...

Bell's Ashes Diary
Some interesting snippets in here, especially re: Warne on the pitch http://sport.independent.co.uk/cricket/article2099921.ece Certainly makes a lot more interesting reading than...

Ashes captain weds
Ashes winning captain (and still the current holder of the Ashes!) Clare Connor married Head of Sports at Brighton College, Roger Nicholson, on 23rd December 2006. One picture o...

Ashes Memories
124 years ago to the day, Mrs. Janet Clarke presented the Honourable Ivo Bligh with The Ashes of English Cricket at the Clarkes' country estate, Rupertswood. How about we take the...

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