Denesh Ramdin’s massive cricket bat

Denesh Ramdin probably saying 'hyup'Can someone get hold of Denesh Ramdin’s bat and measure how wide it is? It can’t possibly be legal.

As everyone got nervier and nervier and it became harder and harder for batsmen to hit the ball, Ramdin just kept middling it with his textbook defensive strokes. Whatever was bowled, down came the bat, straighter than Chuck Norris cutting down trees with a broken beer bottle. The ball hit the middle and another delivery went by.

17 not out off 87 balls. Excellent batting. He’s a very good wicketkeeper too.

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8 Appeals

  1. It only looks massive because he’s so small.

  2. That’s a Mark Richardson innings except he wouldn’t actually be trying to draw the match.

  3. Ramdin showed real guts.

    There is a part of me that is happy to see the Windies / Windies groundsmen win a series. It is important for world cricket to have a competitive Windies team.

    Shame it came against us.

  4. How is letting them play on roads, making them competitive?
    I could score runs against Daren Powell & Ryan Hinds on pitches like those, and I’m fucking shit.

    The West Indies will be competitive if they learn to play on tought surfaces.

  5. It’s advisable not to do so. I am told that they in the Caribbeans do not look kindly upon someone placing grip and having their bats checked for dimensions.

    Yes, plenty of balls hit that bat dead centre.

  6. I think England bowlers found the middle of Ramdin’s bat no matter where he placed it. A more likely explanation

  7. Playing on roads makes them competitive because of all the dodging of cars. Try competing against one on the M4 and see what happens.

  8. sounds like the white man is jealous of the black man’s size again !

    Hardy..Hah Ha…

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