Monthly Archives: September 2012

Wednesday News Dump

As the World T20 continues to run like a virus scan in the background, I thought I would hit on a few other topics, and then return to the tournament tomorrow as it really starts to kick off with the … Continue reading

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A year and a day.

I miss you, bud.   

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Predictions

Over on the Sight Screen, I predicted that the Associates would be THE story of the ICC World T20 group stage. And, well, I was right. But not in the way I thought I would be. The Associates (Ireland and … Continue reading

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Refer

Hey, I wrote a post for The Sight Screen, it’s a preview of the Associate nations for the World Twenty20. Check it out! 

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The T20 World Cup: What am I looking forward to?

Hey, look at that, we have ourselves a World Cup. As David Hopps pointed out over on Cricinfo, T20s feel tired and listless and tacked on when they happen after a big test series, but when they are part of … Continue reading

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And it’s a hard rain…

My plan today was to watch a bit of the England v South Africa T20 and then write a bit about the upcoming World Cup. But, of course, the match has been delayed and delayed and delayed again due to … Continue reading

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Infinity and Beyond

Last night, and this afternoon, I had written about 500 words or so on the ICC rankings. About how the one-day rankings are silly because there are World Cup tournaments in those formats, and therefore, for example, England is not … Continue reading

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