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Graeme Swann Ashes Roadshow July 2015

Last night Moseley Cricket Club, Streetsbrook Road, Shirley, Birmingham was chosen to host an evening with the Ashes Roadshow, hosted by Graeme Swann and Mark Chapman. Graeme Swann Ashes Roadshow was a live broadcast in association with BBC 5 Li...
by Always Be A Friend on Jul 28, 2015

FSOM: Kevin Pietersen or Andy Flower? – ECB’s Sophie’s Choice

For those that haven’t seen the film Sophie’s Choice, make sure you have a box of tissues to hand when you do. Although watching a film with a box of tissues shouldn’t be an unaccustomed act for most blokes. Sentimental old softie that he is,...
by Tibs News on Jan 9, 2014

Ashes day two: Australia in total command

England 52-2 Australia 527-7 Dec England lost two late wickets ending day two 475 runs behind, in response to Australia’s mammoth 527-7 declared. Michael Clarke had earlier falling 13 runs of short of what would have been a sublime double century,...
by Tibs News on Aug 2, 2013

Australia dominate day one despite DRS controversy – Ashes

Australia 303-3 90 overs Michael Clarke scored a superb unbeaten century as Australia dominated the opening day of the third test at Old Trafford, finishing 303-3. Skipper Clarke ended the day on 125 and was ably supported by Steven Smith, who finish...
by Tibs News on Aug 1, 2013

The Ashes: England thrash Australia to take 2-0 Series lead

England took a step closer to regaining the Ashes as they thrashed Australia by 347 runs in the second Test at Lord’s. The hosts bowled Australia out for 235 at the close of play day four having set them a mammoth 583 run target to win the match. E...
by Tibs News on Jul 22, 2013

The Ashes Day 4: Late Australia collapse puts England in control once more

England 215 and 375 v Australia 280 and 174-6. Graeme Swann and Stuart Broad picked up three late wickets after tea for England, leaving their side needing four more wickets to win the first Test of this Ashes Series. Australia dismissed England for...
by Tibs News on Jul 13, 2013

The Ashes Day Two – Ashton Agar spares Australia’s blushes

England – 215          Australia – 280                  80-2 On day two of the first Ashes test at Trent Bridge, England lead by 15 runs in their second innings, but it could have been a lot more if it wasn’t for a...
by Tibs News on Jul 11, 2013

Nick Compton’s Ashes hopes are dashed by England snub

England have given a major hint regarding its planning ahead of the first Ashes test against Australia by dropping Nick Compton and promoting Joe Root to opener for a four-day warm-up match against county side Essex. Compton has paid the price for sc...
by Tibs News on Jun 24, 2013

Na na na na na ,na na na, Joe…

...Root. Yet again another England bowler stood on the podium collecting the man of the match award after skittling New Zealand out when they would have been in that position if Joe root hadn't saved England from a batting collapse. Read the rest of...
by Toxic Web on May 30, 2013

Anderson takes 300th Test wicket

Pace bowler James Anderson has become only the fourth England player to take 300 Test wickets. Lancashire's Anderson, 30, joined Sir Ian Botham, Bob Willis and Fred Trueman by having New Zealand opener Peter Fulton caught by Graeme Swann on the secon...
by The Blue Sector on May 17, 2013

The Full Monty!!

by satish-oneeyeclosed on Dec 2, 2012

The mollycoddling of Kevin Pietersen…

...is slightly over the top. Would it really have mattered a bit what he scored if England's bowlers couldn't take 20 wickets? Read the rest of this crap at Toxic Web → .
by Toxic Web on Nov 27, 2012

England spinner Swann to return home from India tour

NEW DELHI: Off-spinner Graeme Swann is returning home from India to spend time with his sick daughter, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) said on Wednesday.
by CNews on Nov 7, 2012

That number one millstone has…

…gone in tests. England go into today’s one day international against South Africa trying to hang onto their top place in the rankings for the 50 over game but the one that really matters is gone. Yeah I know bit late on this, interweb tr...
by Toxic Web on Aug 24, 2012

26 off 1 Graeme Swann Over

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by Cricket Stop on Jul 26, 2012

Finn’s three-wicket burst revive England fortunes

LONDON: Fast bowler Steven Finn produced an inspired three-wicket burst to revive England's fading hopes of a series-equalling victory as South Africa reached 306 for seven at tea on the fourth day of the third and final test at Lord's on Sunday. The...
by CNews on Jan 1, 1970


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