Dale Steyn spoils things in a pleasing way

Despite Shiv’s bat and Dwayne Bravo’s best efforts with the ball, South Africa look like getting a first innings lead. This is a shame because while the Windies might continue to put up a fight while ahead, you feel that they’re liable to crumble if they fall behind. You never know, mind.

More fibre, Dale. More fibre!The architect of the West Indies’ destruction was Dale Steyn. This is good, because the world needs fast bowlers, but as we said above, it’s bad for the match. He took 4-60.

We used to work with someone called Dale. He was small and ginger and was allegedly training to be a wrestler. Not that his hair colour had anything to do with it – he was going bald, you see.

On a barely-related training note, we’ve recently started ‘running’ again. ‘Running’ appears to be a form of bouncing walk from what we’ve achieved thus far. We’re pretty sure we’re doing it right.

Despite having calf muscles that are so minuscule as to be invisible to the naked eye, this ‘running’ has led to stiffness and pain in that area far in excess of what might realistically justified by the muscle mass.

We mention this only because we’re a ‘pom’ and therefore obliged to whinge. This is the first opportunity we’ve had to fulfil that remit in the last two years.

Australians can talk anyway. Who else would ever whinge about their Test side winning too often and too easily? Now that’s REALLY making an effort to whinge. At least the English have got some worthwhile whinging subject matter.

This post’s rather gone off-topic, hasn’t it?

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3 Appeals

  1. I am quite excited about seeing Dale Steyn play in person this summer. Mainly because I thought Monty Panesar bowled surprisingly fast when I first saw him, so I am expecting young Dale to fully blow my mind.

  2. You can pull it back on topic in the following way: Dale Steyn didn’t get a chance to complete a 5fer this morning because he too had “stiffness” and “pain” in his calf muscles.

    He must have recently taken up “running” as well.

  3. King Cricket

    January 3, 2008 at 8:20 pm

    You forgot to dust your hands down in a ‘job done’ fashion.

    Good work.

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