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Tag Archives: New Zealand

An Ill Wind…

  They say an ill wind blows no one any good, so when I woke up to see this splashed across the headlines of just several major cricket websites, I could not help but sense more than just a draft of bad vibes coming from the general direction of the ICC towards its associates and [...]

The last frontier (of underperformance)

A blog by Donthaveaclue Fred Trueman, Malcolm Marshall, Richard Hadlee, Jeff Thompson, Michael Holding, Wasim Akram Long run-ups, thundering strides, aerodynamic actions, whiplash releases, searing pace…. Fred Trueman, Simon Doull, Shane Bond, Daryl Tuffey, Jacob Oram, Malcolm Marshall, Richard Hadlee, Jeff Thompson, Michael Holding, Wasim Akram Surprise, Befuddlement, Confusion…laughter even….what gives? The first is a [...]

what value the lonesome t20i

A blog by ©hinaman: cricket for the boom times? the Twenty20 matches; after all its creation was aimed at the cash-rich and time-poor to go back to 2001 when international cricket was buoyant, the county game was in steep decline a Stuart Robertson working as the marketing manager of the England and Wales Cricket Board [...]

NZ Cricket Coach Job Application – 2

With such overwhelming interest for the post of NZ coach, from cricket columnists and bloggers the “silly points” has been gathering the applications diverse, witty, humourous, to the point of being soul-searching A job application by Miss Field Dear Mr Vaughan, It canâ?(tm)t be denied that the Black Capsâ?(tm) performance of late has been seriously [...]

You’ve got to be kidding

A blog by Miss Field: Attention English cricket team. Do acting. Do singing. Do wine, even! Don’t do fashion. You are a weak and spineless bunch by on-field reputation, swanning about declaring to the world your love of Hugo Boss and fake tan doesn’t help. While moisturiser may enhance your pasty complexions, discussing it does [...]