We wouldn’t call ourself a staunch defender of Twenty20 cricket but…

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We were going to draw together a bunch of our articles about the nature of Twenty20 cricket for today’s update as a kind of ‘easy win’. However, when we started searching the site to put this together, we discovered we already had such a thing.

Hurray! Even easier win!

Then we looked at what was included and a lot of it was dated. Much as we’re all still fascinated by Rob Key chucking his bat on Twenty20 Finals Day in 2007, other stuff seemed of less interest, so we tried to sort it out. This took ages.

So here you go. It may look like little more than a list of links relating to Twenty20 cricket, but there’s stuff in the articles themselves should you click those links.

Failing that, follow this one. It’s about Twenty20 cricket darts.



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  1. And Scotland are out, before England have even started… this is HILARIOUS, especially the bit where I pointed this out to an office of Glaswegians, none of whom even knew the tournament existed.

  2. While it is always a matter of joy when one is faced with a list of things to choose from, it must be said that the prospect of being presented with two – with, like the author seems to imply, completely different content ordered temporally which might bring to light the evolution of the author’s thought process in the subject matter – must surely rank as a source of exuberance to the regular passers-by of this corner of the interweb – a sentiment which is diluted, nay, extinguished, when the reader happens to discover that the two lists are, in fact, one and the same.

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