Thursday, June 12, 2008

Kensington cracker

There are thirty five overs to go at Bridgetown in the first day's play, and I dare say the customers have already gotten their money's worth. The Aussies have scored at four runs an over (approximately), seven wickets have fallen (Symonds getting his now customary caught-behind reprieve from umpires determined to boost his batting average), and theres been hooked sixes, bouncers, and dropped catches. Ricky Ponting wanted fast wickets; he got one. Chris Gayle is back as captain, and he's started by inserting the opposition. Test cricket, show us watcha got.


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