Monthly Archives: October 2011

Zimbabwe v New Zealand at Bulawayo, 3rd ODI

I spent the last 20 minutes or so looking for something worthwhile to write about tonight.  There is the final day of the rain soaked test between Bangladesh and the West Indies down in Chittagong (finally test cricket to watch … Continue reading

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Bangladesh v West Indies at Chittagong, 1st Test (Day 1)

I am still here.  I am still alive. As mentioned previously in the space, the longer you go without posting, the more difficult it is to post.  It has gotten to the point over the last few weeks that even … Continue reading

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Boland v Border at Paarl, CSA Provincial Three-Day Challenge

The CSA Provincial Three-Day Challenge is one of many domestic competitions in South Africa.  There is also the CSA Provincial One-Day Challenge, the CSA Provincial T20 Series, The SuperSport Series, the South Africa One Day Competition, and the South Africa … Continue reading

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Mountaineers v Mashonaland Eagles at Mutare, Castle Logan Cup

It turns out, Graham Dilley, the England fast bowler mourned in this blog last night and who is being mourned across the cricket landscape today, was part of Mike Gatting’s rebel tour of South Africa in 1990. That’s right, Mr. … Continue reading

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Dolphins v Titans at Pietermaritzburg, SuperSport Series

Steve Jobs died today. He was only 56 years old. I read the news on my iPhone.  I am writing this on an iMac. I love Apple.  I drank the kool-aid and I am happier for it. God speed, Mr. … Continue reading

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Rajasthan v Rest of India at Jaipur, Irani Cup

Okay, fine, whatever, I will write a post. It’s funny, but again, not “haha” funny, how easy it is to cease blogging.  You take one unscheduled day off, and then another, and then another, and then finally that new post … Continue reading

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