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So It’s Come To This: Things We Found On YouTube Part 10: Michael Vaughan Spectacular!

51allout once again searches through YouTube for enough vaguely interesting stuff to pad out an article, this time focusing on the online adventures of former England captain Michael Vaughan.

5 Comments | June 10, 2015 | | Opinion | Tags: ,

So It’s Come To This: Things We Found On YouTube Part 9

Even when there’s actual real Test cricket going on, we still found some time to mess around on YouTube.

No Comments | April 28, 2015 | | Opinion | Tags: , , , , ,

Whatever Happened To The Unlikely Lads? #22: Darren Pattinson

Darren Pattinson: just like James Pattinson. Only not as good. Oh, and not as Australian.

3 Comments | November 12, 2012 | | Opinion | Tags: , , ,

Classic Series Review: 2005 Ashes, Part Three (Old Trafford)

With the series level at 1-1, both sides headed to Manchester with ASHES FEVER in full swing. Either that or being so far North was bringing everyone out in a rash.

2 Comments | October 24, 2012 | | Classic Series | Tags: , , , , , ,

Classic Series Review: 2005 Ashes, Part One (Lord’s)

A whole week of reminiscing about the greatest series in the history of the game starts, like all the great stories, with England getting a right shellacking.

The Alphabet XI: V

Plenty of choice in the bowling department here, with Bill Voce and Srinivas Venkatraghavan perhaps unlucky not to be selected. The batting however was more limited, with the quality of the middle order detrimented by the dubious opening pair.

No Comments | April 26, 2012 | | Opinion | Tags: ,

The Commentators: MP Vaughan

By Anthony K The great cricketer who fails as a captain (q.v.: Botham, I.T.) is a staple of sporting journalism and the usual conclusion is that they lack the insight required to understand and motivate players who don’t share their instinctive genius. Here at 51AllOut, we have little to add to this store of wisdom, […]

No Comments | July 14, 2011 | | Opinion | Tags: , ,

Using Rolling Batting Averages To Look At Form

Here at 51allout we love all things cricket, despite the best efforts of Amjad’s front foot and the weather at Lord’s. But one thing we particularly love are the numbers. Cricket has always been a numbers game and Sky (et al) do a decent job of bringing these to life. But we can do a […]

1 Comment | June 6, 2011 | | Scorer's Notes | Tags: , ,