Performing away from home

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A bit of housekeeping. We’ve had some of our articles published on other websites.

First up, The Shire Horse, our fortnightly thing for All Out Cricket. This week’s edition makes fun of some things that England players have said, has a bit about Lancashire’s batting and then there are the regular segments ‘Collapse of the Week’ and ‘Dot of the Week’.

We also didn’t get round to linking to the previous instalment. It makes fun of some things that England players have said, has a bit about Lancashire’s batting and includes the regular segments ‘Collapse of the Week’ and ‘Dot of the Week’. Never let it be said that we don’t plough a furrow.

Over at Cricinfo, we’re looking at England’s new era and pointing out that eras don’t actually have to be good.

Finally, Cricket Badger went out today. You’ve missed this week’s, so sign up now in time to receive next week’s. If you don’t, you’ll be missing out on what critics are calling ‘an email’.

10 comments

  1. Previous instalment of The Shire Horse: “If the headline is Pietersen-related, rest assured that it is merely the editor having a joke at my expense.”

    Title: “The Shire Horse: It’s All About KP”.

    Well.

  2. I was especially pleased to see Peter Moores’ latest “unit” quote on display in Cricket badger, KC.

    I expected nothing less, of course.

    1. Yes, thank you for that. Although in truth your highlighting that quote prevented us from trawling for one, so we could have missed something better.

  3. The first link leads back to this page. Repeated application of said clicking process has now created a wormhole in my office. I plan to meet KP at the other end – do you have any message?

    1. Tell him to always include the http:// when he’s adding links to an online document.

    2. I am back. I tried giving him both Balladeer’s and KC’s messages, but for some reason he was very distracted and kept on mumbling something about how Warney is a true friend. It was all very strange, so I hopped back to my office.

    3. You needn’t have bothered. He’s been given two pages in the Telegraph today to tell the world what England is doing wrong. In summary, Alastair Cook.

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