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A battle for the middle (of-the-table) ages

Cricket has gone a bit weird over the last few weeks, as it has a tendency to do on occasion. Mitchell Johnson did alright, Australia did too, then Jonathan Trott flew home from the tour due to a stress related … Continue reading

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Kane Williamson: 145*

I’m fully aware that I got carried away with the Kiwi victory (and James Franklin’s innings especially) on Saturday, but I’ll take these words to the grave. The fifty over format is not one that I associate with the classical, … Continue reading

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Post-Hobart Blues

The New Zealand cricket team has a proud heritage; indeed, it is almost a cricketing archetype: that of the scrapping, over-achieving Kiwi. The cricketers of New Zealand face a unique situation among the major nations: of playing a minority sport … Continue reading

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