The overshadowing of Sir ET Marshall (Eddy)
Dear Mr Yoruth (Youth with an R for those purists of literature)
Thank you for your eloquent description of the life and times of Mr Ansell. This much revered pillar of cricketing society has seemingly left a lasting impression on the lower echelons of this great game.
However, I must convey my utter dissatisfaction at the lack of attention Eddy Marshall has received in this forum given his life long achievements. For those of you who are unaware of this man feats, he is infamous for the attempted rescue of Ken Dodd who was tragically run over by the Atwell Express 183 Bus on Canning Highway. Marshall displayed unparralled bravery in attempting to lift the bus with his bare hands and free Dodd's body from beneath the reckage. Unfortunately the attempt was unsuccesful given the shear weight of the bus and the fact that Marshall lost both his arms in a boating accident some years prior. Dodd was pronounced Dead at the scene and Marshall committed to the rectory for mental assessment.
More recently Marshall has been synonomous with the capture of suspected Al Quada leader Mr Rookie Jayasankara, former pilot for Janadakot Jets Under 13 Amateur Bowling Club sponsored by the Ray Mansfield Green. After pursuing Mr Jayasankara to the back streets of South Lake with the assistance of the local ropey real estate agent, Marshall subdued the preacher who was heard to be screaming the name. 'Arnie Winnaslogger'. If anyone has any information whatsover on this said character please contact Mr Zinadine Zidane of French Gibson Intelligence.
Thanks for your time, Last Drinks
Mick the barman