A quick Cricket Badger update

We won’t do this regularly because that would be boring, but we thought we’d at least let you know how week one of Cricket Badger went.

We picked up a couple of hundred subscribers – most within the first day. More pleasingly, we will have about 20 per cent more than that for the next newsletter. This presumably means that people liked what they received and forwarded it.

In some senses, it doesn’t really matter how many people are reading. However, when you’re sending text into the ether it’s quite difficult to get a sense of how things are being received, so this amounts to good feedback. Thanks to all who have subscribed and double thanks to those who forwarded it.

Here’s the website where you can subscribe and we’ll shut up about this for a while now and get back to writing stuff about Anamul Haque.

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13 Appeals

  1. Never mind Anamul Haque, I’m intrigued by a similarly young and unfeasibly-named Bangladesh player, Nasir Hossain.

    http://www.espncricinfo.com/bangladesh-v-new-zealand-2013-14/content/player/300618.html

    Is the dour former England captain giving up on his commentating career and organising a second coming as a player? If so, I think we should be told.

  2. He shares my – and Phillip Hughes’ – birthday! He’s a megastar in the making.

  3. i share my birthday with sunil gavaskar. shame that didn’t rub off.

    anyway… getting back to my occasional whining about journalism, did anyone know that wounds can be exhumed? no, i didn’t either. dan brettig knows otherwise 2nd para)

    o tempora o mores

    (grouse grumble moan)

  4. I share mine with Gerry Adams and Bruce Grobbelaar. Fine pillars of the community…

    Thankfully I also have Richie Benaud, Morne Morkel Bruno Sammartino and Elisabeth Shue to make things better. Same exact date as Ricky Hatton too.

  5. Wonder who was born on my birthday.

  6. Awesome. When I cross reference these birthday posts with the mothers maiden names I got from the West Indian name generator thread I’m totally going to take out a load of bank loans.

    • Good thinking, Daneel.

      You’ll also need the third letter of my password (F) and the fourth letter of my passphrase (U).

  7. I’ve never even heard of a passphrase, is it useful?
    I’m guessing your password is miffed and the mysterious passphrase is i’m f*cked off

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