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    Quote Originally Posted by fredfertang View Post
    The exception that proves the rule

    I'll go for Leeds too - my Dad always took the credit for the game - he had a seat in what passed in those days for a corporate box at that game - he went on the first two days but cba after that because the match was so tedious - he had a serious attack of mixed emotions as we sat and watched Botham and Dilley on the tellybox
    Nah, it was all down to me leaving the country on the rest day to travel around Europe for a month.

    The thing about Leeds was it was only the last three sessions that were worth watching. The first three and a half days were dire.

    So I'll vote for the centenary test, which was brilliant form start to finish. Not that it will affect the final result at all.
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    Hobart. Ridiculous come back.

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    Hobart.
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    Judging by the picture, Athers' ton made even more impressive by the fact that he did it with a pair of these in:



    I vote Hobart, though.

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    Jo'burg they'll never get him out.

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    Jo'burg, I was driving down the M4 most of that day - thought I'd turn off the Springsteen CD (actually very possibly a cassette in those days) in order to listen to the sad last knockings of the Test, but they never came

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    Jo'burg for me too, a rare fine moment in a depressing time for English cricket.
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