Kyle Hogg takes a lot of wickets

He took seven, in fact. For 28 runs. That is acceptable. That is very, very acceptable.

He’s not quite up there with his grandfather yet, but he made Lancashire’s 328 look as whopping as a medium-sized block of flats, as Hampshire were bowled out for 133.

England hold the Ashes, Lancashire top the County Championship table – if only every single other part of our life weren’t a complete catastrophe.

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8 Appeals

  1. 11-59 match figures! Not a bad start to the season…

  2. IT
    WILL
    BE
    OURS!

  3. Can we also have a post about my favourite twirler http://twitter.com/keeds23, Gary Keedy, averaging under 21 for the season so far.

    Ta.

    • King Cricket

      May 26, 2011 at 2:49 pm

      When have we EVER done requests?

      If we do now end up doing a post on Gary Keedy, it will be entirely our own decision. Entirely.

  4. We only discovered who Kyle Hogg’s grandfather was yesterday. We also found out what grandpop’s real name was (well kind of).

    Ramadhin was born in Esperance Village, Trinidad and Tobago in 1929. His birth certificate had no first name, simply the descriptive “Boy”. This easily turned into Sonny, giving rise to his “official” name.

    • King Cricket

      May 26, 2011 at 3:20 pm

      That better be a genuine plural ‘we’.

      Trust us, the use of ‘we’ can become a real yoke around the neck over time.

    • Well since Ramadhin never provided a long form birth certificate…..

  5. Of course it is.

    Contrary to popular belief, one is not aristocracy.

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