So that's it then. The Great White Hype is over. This must rank as the worst Ashes series over. With both teams vying for underwhelming batting performances the not particularly brilliant bowling looked much better than it actually was. This series will, in my mind, will be seen in history as a landmark of sorts.… Continue reading #Ashes2015 – The Final Report
Back in the day, growing up in India at the tail end of the Great Spin Quartet, I had to endure the ignominy of the Summer of 42. A classic tale of loss, heartache and the end of a dream. The Summer of '42 was a major hit film and on 24th of June,… Continue reading #Ashes2015 – The Summer of 60
//embed.gettyimages.com/embed/480253192?et=V9evebmWTl95e8gG2iWddQ&viewMoreLink=off&sig=DrXuUr-zrTpk2eKKe4vOjRNkXnbs2LJkyLIwOJ3iMtg= View image | gettyimages.com It's a brave man or a cricket journalist who would dare to offer any predictions at all on the #Ashes2015 at this, the so-called midpoint of this edition of the age-old rivalry. I'm neither. I'm just a watcher eating rye. With marmalade. The first Test went to England emphatically. Everywhere… Continue reading #Ashes2015 – Midpoint Analyses
What an entertaining past few months we've seen in England! I'd love to have been a fly on the wall, a fly capable of listening to and understanding the doublespeak and management gobbledygook spouted. The imagination boggles at the way the ECB conducts itself; hiring Moores after the last debacle. Then getting newspapers and Twitterers… Continue reading Oh, England!