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David Warner: The Saviour Of Test Cricket

David Warner is the hero Test cricket needs, not the one it deserves.

1 Comment | March 20, 2018 | | Opinion, Tests | Tags: , ,

David Warner Against The World

When all appeared lost, an unlikely hero emerges to challenge the dominion of rubbish journalism.

No Comments | May 18, 2013 | | Opinion | Tags: , ,

The Madness Of Captain Clarke

Caution: the following article contains conspiracy theories. Donning tinfoil headware is recomended before reading.

David Warner, Powerhouse: The Travails Of The Golden Boy Of Australian Cricket

You love David Warner. We love David Warner. David Warner loves David Warner. But is he actually any good at cricket? Short answer; not really. Not yet anyway.

No Comments | September 12, 2012 | | Opinion | Tags: , , ,

Australia vs. India, Fourth Test: Preview

India’s last away Test for nearly two years offers a final chance for some redemption. Or, more likely, one final beating at the hands of a rejuvenated Australia.

Australia v New Zealand, Second Test: Review

There are many plus points to Australia being rubbish nowadays. A slightly unexpected one is how many exciting Tests they manage to produce. In Hobart they did it again, and gave us all some early Christmas cheer in the process.

3 Comments | December 12, 2011 | | Tests | Tags: , , ,