Glamorgan Denied The Spoils!

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Both Glamorgan and Somerset fans were cruelly denied the result they wanted when persistent mizzle/rain scuppered proceedings at the SSE Swalec Stadium, Cardiff on Saturday night. Full credit to everyone who did their level best to get the game on, and then attempt to get the match completed. The game started 35 minutes late … Continue reading

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Ashes – the ultimate disgrace!

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Boycott almost right! Australia sealed only the third 5-0 whitewash in the Ashes’ 130-year history on Sunday, winning the fifth test in Sydney by 281 runs with more than two days to spare. In a sporting sense the generic English supporter is used to huge disappointment but this debacle rated as the biggest shambles … Continue reading

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Harbhajan Singh

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Amongst off-spinners, Harbhajan Singh of India is the second highest wicket taker in Test history and the third highest Test wicket-taker from all Indians. Since his international debut in 1998 in Australia his career has been one of some quality interspersed with great moments but he has never threatened greatness. Despite his numbers he … Continue reading

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Sachin Tendulkar

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On the 24 April 2011 the legendary Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar celebrated his 38th birthday just days after helping India become World Cup champions for the first time in 28 years. His contribution to the cause was pivotal. In five matches against the top sides Sri Lanka, Australia, South Africa, Pakistan and England he … Continue reading

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