Monthly Archives: June 2014

Cricket’s Legacy

Sometimes you read something and you remember why started doing this all in the first place. North of Colombo there is a town called Chilaw. There is an ancient Hindu temple in Chilaw that was once visited by Gandhi. Every … Continue reading

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#ICYMI

I have been doing some freelance writing, and I wanted to pass along the links in case anyone was interested. For the brand new PasteSoccer.com I have been helping them out with their World Cup coverage. I wrote a piece about … Continue reading

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Mankading

Earlier this week Sri Lankan bowler Sachithra Senanayake “Mankaded” English batsman Jos Butler and the whole of world cricket went completely mental. Traditionally, while legal, the act of Mankading is seen to be in violation of the “spirit of the game”, and … Continue reading

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ESPN and Cricket

About two and a half months ago, I wrote a post about why I had cancelled my Willow.TV subscription. In that post, I made the following statement: And so we can only hope that ESPN expands its coverage, and fills … Continue reading

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