yeah gagf spikey you ******. i dont see a ring on this finger. hahahaha.
There is also plenty of Bardsley (1st innings) and Macartney batting (2nd innings I think) although the footage isn't great. I thought that Macartney was a lot wristier, but it appears thst he played with a very straight bat and even straighter arms.
And here's the relevant scorecard,
2nd Test: England v Australia at Lord's, Jun 26-29, 1926 | Cricket Scorecard | ESPN Cricinfo
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1. Len Hutton 2. Jack Hobbs 3. Ted Dexter 4. Peter May 5. Walter Hammond 6. Ian Botham 7. Alan Knott 8. Maurice Tate 9. Hedley Verity 10. John Snow 11. Fred Trueman
I also had started uploading cricket videos on youtube. I would like to share some of the funniest videos with you.
1.Nehra hits a four using his off stump
2.When a bird saved 2 runs for India
Hope you like it and enjoy it
that 4 off the stump is amazing
The sort of general malaise that only the genius possess and the insane lament.
Brad McNamara @bbuzzmc
Will say this once and then nothing else. Defamation laws quite clear in Aus.be careful.
i remember it actually. I have the roberts ton somewhere, but thats it, no match footage left.
in light of Brazil's performance, someone needs to upload SA's alleged performance in the 2007 WC semi
boxing day 2010-11 also a good comparison. I think SA works better because some of the shots their top order played were Luiz-esque
Standing ovation at Lord's for Aaron Finch and some bloke as they go out to bat:
~ Do you think I care for you so little that betraying me would make a difference ~
Don't know if this has been posted on this thread at any point, but it's certainly worth a moment of thought. I was looking through the British Pathe page on Youtube hoping some footage of Sydney Barnes had surfaced as they opened their archives, but with no luck. However I did find this after some Googling: reverse sweeper: S.F. BARNES ON FILM
It's footage claimed to be of Barnes bowling. Naturally I'm skeptical as I've always been under the impression that he was never filmed bowling, but the video is some food for thought.
Rip Fardin Qayyumi, Bob Woolmer and Craig.
Adam Gilchrist, eat yer heart out, ****.
This Carl Hooper cover drive is particularly nice: Carl Hooper plays the cover drive, no other in world cricket plays it better - YouTube
He plays it in that video with the legs in the near perfect stride which I feel is lacking in a lot of modern attempts at the shot. Really nicely played.
A powerful and emotive tribute to a fantastic bowler.
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