Fav memory has to be when Hughes got dropped... in the 09 ashes. Classic.
I had a feeling that's what you would be saying
Phillip Hughes 1988-2014
RIP Craigos. A true CW legend. You will be missed.
When Australia racked up 438 at Edgbaston in 2009 before bowling England out for 78 and 145.
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R.I.P Craigos, you were a champion bloke. One of the best
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It's called 'Favourite Ashes Memory' mate, not '******** Ashes Delusions'.
When the opening day of an Edgbaston Test was washed-out for the first time ever.
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* Kerry O'Keefe's commentary, think it was in Adelaide in 2007.. Wondering why England players were all given nicknames with a "Y" after their names, and what would happen if the Aussies had nicknames like that. Pontingy Lehmanny, sent Agnew into hysterics like during Botham's leg over incident.. Was very funny at 4 in the morning..
That was why Michael "Mick" Vaughan and Kevin "KP" Pietersen were such a breath of wonderful fresh-air.
Nicknames tend to be woefully obvious TBH, almost regardless of country. Fortunately I don't really have one at my club, one of the relatively few who's just known purely by name. Makes a change when I'm bowling with just "bowled Rich!"
not even dick.Fortunately I don't really have one at my club, one of the relatively few who's just known purely by name. Makes a change when I'm bowling with just "bowled Rich!"
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I'm universally known as "Dickie(\Dicky)" in college circles, but have always been Rich everywhere else.
"Dick" is a name not in vogue at all at the current time, more used for people who were born ~1930.
Could be coming up if Watto sticks around.
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