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Monthly Archives: September 2013
Today is the first full day of fall in the Northern Hemisphere. Which made yesterday – officially anyway – the last day of summer. But as humans we have a tenuous and shifting concept of time, and our personal last … Continue reading
A visual representation of how long a Test match is in comparison to other sports… ****** *** Inspiration here.
(Note: for the purposes of this post, when I refer to “DRS”, I am specifically referring to the ICC’s Umpire Decision Review System and its rules and guidelines as they stand today. I am not referring generally to a technology … Continue reading
Today, in Harare, Zimbabwe beat Pakistan by 24 runs. It was their first victory in a Test match that wasn’t against Bangladesh since June of 2001 when they beat India by four wickets. It was also only their 11th Test … Continue reading
A few weeks ago I mentioned that the best way to reinvigorate the supporters of a struggling team was, quite simply, to win. But there is another way: buy new players. Look at Arsenal as of late: they have both … Continue reading