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warner withdraws attempt to change life ban on him being Oz captain


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Apparently, the appeal was to be heard behind closed doors but was somehow changed in a way that would allow 'public scrutiny' of it.

So Mr Warner has withdrawn his appeal on the grounds that he doesn't want his family going through this scrutiny "Some things are more important than cricket" and he doesn't want them to be the washing machine for cricket's dirty laundry.

 

Well David, let's not forget one very very important thing here:

You and your mate Mr Smith were the guys who made the whites dirty.

 

MM

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Really enjoying the England / Pakistan test matches, the future of Test Cricket surely, Brendan McCullum's appointment was not received very enthusiastically initially!

Contrast that with the Aus' / W.Indies.

Having grown up watching the great W. Indies teams of the late 70's early 80's it is quite sad to watch.

 

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7 minutes ago, Steve P said:

Really enjoying the England / Pakistan test matches, the future of Test Cricket surely, Brendan McCullum's appointment was not received very enthusiastically initially!

Contrast that with the Aus' / W.Indies.

Having grown up watching the great W. Indies teams of the late 70's early 80's it is quite sad to watch.

 

Gordon Greenidge

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Max ventured over to watch Day 2 of Aus v S Af at MCG but had to quickly change the channel as Warner and Smith batting together. The two Sandpapergaters ...grrr!

Looks like a lovely day at the gee though. Mr Maharaj wont last long if he keeps bowling this too-full yum-yum crap.

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22 hours ago, Hesi said:

What a legendary batsmen, and a name that is forever cricket.

Saw him play at Lords with his long time opening partner, Desmond Haynes

His previous opening partner was the fearless and aggressive (especially against the super quicks) Roy Fredericks

 

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Dickie Bird holding court

Many of the best players to ever play the game came from the West Indes, so upsetting to see their demise.  Still seem able to produce very good cricketeers, but not to the to the ;level of yester year

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