He should get a job in politics with answers like that.
Great to have an international cricketer involved with CW, great fro the site and its members, and thumbs up to James and everyone at CW for making this possible!!
I agree its a good thing for CW even though IMHO the general reaction has been a tad "cheerleaderish', that said perhaps the over-excitement is just a short-term thing & the novelty will wear-off a bit.
Last edited by Zinzan; 21-01-2009 at 10:26 PM.
Haha. Note to self: visit the front page more often. Really quite a get for CW. Well done James.
Can't decide on a signature? Why not Zoidberg?
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it would be soo cool if he takes part in forum and reply to us here
The best test match ever
Not sure why this threads a "sticky" to be totally honest, doesn't seem like theres a hell of a lot of interest in it
It was a sticky for the announcement and as I went away on holiday, I forgot to un-stick it. I've un-sticked it now.
Speaking of Mathew, he's just written his first blog entry:
Cricket Web - Mathew Sinclair Blog: Close But Yet So Far
Please leave some comments on his article. I just got off the phone with him, and he reads them all and appreciated the comments left in the first article.
I asked Mathew S.P. Fleming about the bat he gave you, but he said he couldn't remember that particular moment. He appreciated the kind words.
We're very lucky to have Mathew writing on Cricket Web, so show some support
Matty should get someone to proof his blog.
"lacking inexperience"? or is it his use, or lack there of, of commas that is fooling me?
Folded like a deck of cards.
If you have the time, please consider adding a comment to Mathew's article.
Cricket Web - Mathew Sinclair Blog: The One That Got Away
Thanks to those of you who left comments on Mathew's last blog entry. If you have the time, please consider adding a comment to this article for comments, suggestions for future blog articles, etc.
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