Still ahead of the curve

The fourth instalment of our episodic short story has been published over at Cricinfo and there’s still little sign of administrative fiction becoming a popular new literary genre. Part one Part two Part three Part four The final part should appear later in the week.

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Giles Clarke given CBE

We know this isn’t ‘news’ as such, but Giles Clarke was named in the New Year’s honours list. We believe he was awarded with a CBE for associating with known felons. Some might say that we shouldn’t hold one mistake against a man, which is true. It’s all the other

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Ricky Ponting earns a hundred

There have been times when we’ve thought that a fat man doing naked limbo in the office would have more dignity than Ricky Ponting. However, he can have his moments. He often speaks well these days and he seemed dignified when he reached 100 against India at the SCG as

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Fit and misfiring

We don’t try and steer clear of stupidity altogether – that would be unrealistic – but we do generally try and avoid saying anything too moronic until both sides have batted. Even so, we’re tempted to get in early today after India were again bowled out easily by Australia. India

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Two more parts of a thing

We did consider upping our game with regards to post titles, but then we thought: ‘Why risk it?’ Cricinfo have published two more episodes of our increasingly bleak cricket administration short story. Happy New Year. Here are some links. Part one Part two Part three

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