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Old 08-14-2005, 01:09 PM   #91
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Block it out....and pray for a No result
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i'm not a big cricket fan, but this ashes series has caught my imagination, now that England finally have a team who can compete with the Aussie's. Regardless of who wins overall, in my opinion the Australian cricket team of the last 15-20 years must be regarded as one of the finest sports teams of all time.
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This bout of losses has really fucked us up well. Cricket had become so painfully boring, we now have a competition back on our (collective) hands! We had become what the Windies were back in the 80s They were some class cricket days.
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Strauss gets his century.

This is pretty interesting stuff, really.

I'm looking at the official scorecard and I can actually more or less understand most of it, apart from:

M R Vaughn c sub b B Lee

That means Vaughn has been bowled out by Lee, but what does the 'sub' refer to?
There was a substitute fieldsman, who took the catch, on the field at the time.
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This bout of losses has really fucked us up well. Cricket had become so painfully boring, we now have a competition back on our (collective) hands! We had become what the Windies were back in the 80s They were some class cricket days.
The Windies

Yes, would have to agree, this Ashes is the best in a long while.
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One of the advantages of living way out west, not quite as late but yeah it's going to be a great nights cricket
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Ponting and Clarke are more or less kicking arse at the moment.
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20 odd overs and 3 wickets needed.

I'm going to be so hammered in the morning.
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What a game!

Ponting! Good knock, great work. Just what the team needed.

How many sleeps 'til the next test?
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Actually, this current series is probably the most exciting in a long, long time.
Wish it was like this more often......

Loadsa people seem to have become interested in cricket because of this year's Ashes. Hope the interest lasts and isn't just part of a 'fad' for this summer.
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McGrath in doubt...

Hope the arthritus clears up mate.
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