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The all new Cricket Thread

Well what a surprise. Who could have predicted this happening, in the country worst affected by Covid at the moment.

They should have stayed in the UAE like last time out.

The IPL was suspended indefinitely on Tuesday morning after the outbreak of Covid-19 among the franchise teams widened. At least three franchises have now reported positive tests in the past 24 hours and more are expected.

The BCCI decided to ‘indefinitely’ postpone the IPL after an emergency meeting of its governing council. Telegraph Sport understands it could resume at the end of the Test series between India and England in September.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/cricket...eague-suspended-indefinitely-following-covid/ (paywalled)
 
Amazing

he grunt of a bowler's delivery, the shuffle of the batsman's feet and the crunch of willow striking leather.

These sounds - which often go unnoticed by cricket fans - are all that are needed for commentator Dean du Plessis to relay what is happening to his audience.
The 44-year-old Zimbabwean, who was born with tumours behind both retinas, is the first visually impaired commentator to cover international cricket.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/cricket/57102099
 
Amazing

he grunt of a bowler's delivery, the shuffle of the batsman's feet and the crunch of willow striking leather.

These sounds - which often go unnoticed by cricket fans - are all that are needed for commentator Dean du Plessis to relay what is happening to his audience.
The 44-year-old Zimbabwean, who was born with tumours behind both retinas, is the first visually impaired commentator to cover international cricket.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/cricket/57102099
He's also employed at Stockley Park
 

The Fear

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I have no emperic evidence as to the flatness, or otherwise, of a witches tit.

I do know a witch. The size of her mamories I shall not be discussing here.