Mahendra Dhoni is really very cool

Mahendra Dhoni, flustered? India are three wickets down in no time on a pitch that’s nastier than Satan when his haemorrhoids are playing up. Dhoni: “Yeaaaaah. I’ll probably just stick around for 30 overs or so before basically just mincing the ball wherever I please when we get within touching

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Ask Michael Vaughan a question

Recovered England captain, Michael Vaughan, is being interviewed tomorrow (Thursday) and you may be able to have your question put to him if you comment here. We would ask him to conjugate a verb and then watch him fall at the first-person hurdle. Then we would ask him the one

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King Cricket comment of the week

There are people who only read this site for the comments. That’s fair enough. Really the posts are just pegs to hang the comments off. Sometimes we’re tempted to just put up a title on its own as that’s all that’s really needed. However, what you, the reader, often miss

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James Anderson knows the rules

We saw an article titled ‘Anderson wants to captain England’ and we immediately thought: ‘He’ll be lucky’. We thought this for the exact same reasons that Anderson himself thought it: “As a fast bowler and from the North, I suppose I’m very unlikely to get a look in.” This is

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Harbhajan Singh can bat

Perennially sulky, team-mate-slapping off-spinner, Harbhajan Singh, played some demented shots in hitting 49 off 31 balls in a heroic but doomed bid to win the first one-day international against Australia. Praveen Kumar was a handy sidekick, hitting 40 not out off 32. Harbhajan enjoys batting against Australia. If you’re due

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Brett Lee can bat

We knew this. Lee hit 48 off 31 balls, which went a long way towards helping New South Wales win the Champions League Twenty20. He took a couple of wickets too. We’re not sure that ‘wanting him in Australia’s Test side’ is really acceptable, so we’re not going to tell

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