A gradual but inevitable descent into cricket-based loathing and bile.

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Ocean's Eleven

Botham’s Eleven

No, that title’s not a reference to the number of close fielders Sir Ian wants at any one time, but instead a rubbish pun on a film from a few years back. The actual article is about looking at English all-rounders. And weeping softly.

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The 51allout Podcast #65: November 10th 2014

The latest 51allout podcast is mercifully free of discussion about Kevin Pietersen, as attention turns to laughing at Australia for a change. Also features two of the following: man love for Younis Khan, disgust for Andrew Flintoff and respect for Glenn Maxwell.

No Comments | November 11, 2014 | | Podcast | Tags: , , , , ,
Although now you mention it, Editor Steve's karaoke performance at the Christmas party does seem a bit odd now.

So It’s Come To This: Things We Found On YouTube Part 3

More random stuff from YouTube, this week with violence, old people and the utter rubbishness of the IPL. Plus some dangerous allegations about Editor Steve.

No Comments | October 31, 2014 | | Tests | Tags: , , , , , ,
We can't actually find any pictures of McGrath playing for England. Maybe he made it all up.

Whatever Happened To The Unlikely Lads? #46: Anthony McGrath

Statistically, the man who is better than Kallis.

No Comments | January 27, 2014 | | Opinion | Tags: , , ,

Steve Harmison: The Last Of The Gang To Die

Steve Harmison can take the credit for driving us to gin back in 2006. The rest is history.

No Comments | October 14, 2013 | | Opinion | Tags: , , , ,
We'll just leave this picture here.

Classic Series Review: 2009 Ashes

Remember the 2009 Ashes? We remembered some bits of it, but then luckily we were allowed to look at the scorecards before writing 2,000 words about it.


Food Processors Are Great: Cricketers Sell Out.

Cricketers and bad television commercials go together like Hendrick’s gin, Schweppes tonic, a slice of Waitrose organic cucumber and some ICC-approved non-branded ice.

No Comments | June 27, 2013 | | Opinion | Tags: , , ,
c Panesar b Udal - one of the great fielder-bowler combinations.

Classic Series Review: India vs. England 2006

A series short of massive scores or incredible bowling figures, but high on drama and excitement.

No Comments | November 11, 2012 | | Classic Series | Tags: , , , , ,
The future Mr Liz Hurley shakes the hand of the future Mr Jessica Taylor.

Classic Series Review: 2005 Ashes, Part Five (The Oval)

England were 2-1 up with one to play. Bet you can’t guess what happened next?

1 Comment | October 26, 2012 | | Classic Series | Tags: , , , , ,
Jones the ball

Classic Series Review: 2005 Ashes, Part Four (Trent Bridge)

The Chinese, Vietnamese, the Korean and the Japanese are superstitious about the number four because it is a homonym for “death” in their languages. The fourth game of the 2005 series wasn’t far off backing that up.

No Comments | October 25, 2012 | | Classic Series | Tags: , , , , ,