A cricket ball in an unusual place

Ged writes: “You might fancy the attached picture of Hippity (one of Middlesex’s most ardent fans and a well-known correspondent on Middlesex Till We Die) watching cricket while sitting on the bed with his lucky ball. “Given the particular controller he is using, he is clearly watching Ceefax, which is

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A cricket bat at Rumtek monastery

Ged writes: The attached photograph is a monk at the Rumtek monastery in Sikkim brandishing a cricket bat. It is my own photo and the monk enthusiastically volunteered to be photographed. Rumtek monastery is a very holy and unusual place. The monks are black hats, which is an unusual strand

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A cricket bat on the cover of Vogue

Warning: The following does feature a photograph of an actual woman. Ankit says: The attached picture is of Preity Zinta, a Bollywood starlet, with a cricket bat, on the cover of Vogue! I thought that was quite an unusual place for a cricket bat to be. Send your pictures of

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A signed cricket bat in multiple places

Send us pictures of cricket bats or other cricket stuff in unusual places to king@kingcricket.co.uk. Miriam writes: Here is a cricket bat in some unusual places. Specifically, here is the cricket bat signed by the Sussex team that I won through King Cricket, from a lingerie website, around my house.

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A cricket hat on an unusual head

This is more like it. Pictures of cricket bats and cricket items in unusual places to king@kingcricket.co.uk please. Dan writes: Here is my entry for ‘cricket related things in unsual places’. The item in question is Shane Warne’s hat and the unusual place is ‘on my head’. I’m a primary

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A cricket bat in an ordinary place – twice

We’re getting closer, but we’re still not quite there. Send pictures of bats (or whatever) in unusual places to king@kingcricket.co.uk Joe says: “Here’s a picture of my cricket bat. It isn’t really in an unusual place – my hallway. It is, however, in two places at once, which I think

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Cricket bats in unusual places

We’re starting a new feature. It’s called Cricket Bats In Unusual Places. We want you to send in pictures of cricket bats in unusual places. Send them to king@kingcricket.co.uk It doesn’t have to be cricket bats – that’s just the name of the feature. It can be anything cricket-related, but

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