This is Worcester.They play cricket there.
What’s the matter with you, you pansie.This is hard core English conditions. Try to face swing bowling when your feet movement is constrained by a canoe. That’s man cricket, is that.
If volleyball can be played on sand,polo ‘in’ water, hockey on ice, cricket underwater? – why not.May even become an Olympic sport – before 2020.:-DWasn’t there a 6 a side cricket tournament at the Everest base camp?
Then again if and when cricket is played for “Ashes”, I would like to add,Nightwatchgirl has started a forum The Ashes 2009 on “Silly Points”. The purpose to have non-hostile discussions leading up to the series proper.We invite all Australian and English cricket fans (if you wish to participate) – to join in.
It may seem to make life easier for the bowlers, Athiest, but it’s only a matter of time before some smart arse starts batting with a dirty great oar. Honestly, batsmen these days don’t know they’re born.
You clearly haven’t heard of Derrick Pennington of Tunbridge Wells and his famous “El Torpedo” delivery. The oar proved too unwieldy to dig out this penetrating delivery. Pity it sunk the sub fielder at silly mid port though.