# Thread: Young female cricketer with... potential?

1. ## Young female cricketer with... potential?

I heard on the radio that there was some 15 year-old dudette playing Test Cricket for their country, maybe England? Can anyone help me here? Cheers.

2. Leave it to your Uncle Ed.

The 'dudette' in question is Holly Colvin, a 15-year old pupil at Brighton College who took a brace of wickets in consecutive deliveries against the lady convicts on debut last week.

She went along to Hove as a net bowler and impressed everyone. When the wicket turned out to be a dustbowl, she was drafted into the side - and onto the front page of last Wednesday's 'Times'.

3. Wow ... I hadn't heard about that. Let's quickly get her Aussie citizenship and put her in for Dizz at Trent Bridge

4. Hahah sweet, thanks.

You`re a lot smarter than I give you credit for.

5. Remove the 'Go Reds!!!!' from your signature, and then maybe, just maybe, I`ll click.

6. Originally Posted by Nnanden
Remove the 'Go Reds!!!!' from your signature, and then maybe, just maybe, I`ll click.
**** off

7. Originally Posted by Nnanden
Hahah sweet, thanks.

You`re a lot smarter than I give you credit for.
Who, me?

My IQ is the product of 2 prime numbers.
It is also a prime number higher than a perfect square.
In addition, it is a perfect cube less than a perfect square.
The difference between the perfect square above my IQ and the perfect square below my IQ should make you think of a famous Greek - if you take all three square roots.

8. Well, 143 works for the first three but I'm stuffed if I can be bothered about the last...

9. Originally Posted by Neil Pickup
Well, 143 works for the first three but I'm stuffed if I can be bothered about the last...
Up a bit

10. 23 × 7 = 161
161 - 17 = 144
161 + 8 = 169
25 + 144 = 169 -> 5² + 12² = 13²

Yay.

11. Originally Posted by Neil Pickup
Yay.
Give that man a sunhat.

12. fek, thats genius IQ isnt it, im only 125

13. Mine is quite good, believe it or not.

...Pity I can't remember it

14. Originally Posted by Neil Pickup
Well, 143 works for the first three but I'm stuffed if I can be bothered about the last...
Erm, how is a prime number the product of 2 prime numbers?

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