Last edited by LA ICE-E; 05-05-2007 at 01:45 AM.
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[QUOTE=dontcloseyoureyes;1181990]I couldn't give a **** what he has in his gloves. He still has to bat, it's not like Squash balls make you invulnerable to losing your wicket./QUOTE]
Well taking steroids wouldn't make you invulnerable to losing your wicket either.
Disclaimer:Not saying anything against Gilchrist. Come on, he's like the 1st guy to announce himself a walker and that to me is pretty honest and I don't think he would cheat. He just didn't think its a big deal and it's not. But that said, the squash ball is still kind of a performance enhancer and the rules need to be clarified on what can be used and what can't and does the players need to get permission to try something new.
Just that it's not something that commendable imo. Irrelevant to the discussion though.
Last edited by Dasa; 05-05-2007 at 02:12 AM.
no because walkers imo are people who are honest and is a good sportsmen. and see themselves in high grounds.
Could have had some decent discussion about the legality of the squash ball, but no.
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