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The England Cricket Thread

Discussion in 'Sports Arena' started by robfosters, May 25, 2015.

  1. Participant

    Caporegime

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    LOL great punditry :D.
     
  2. Cob

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    Being left-out did him the world of good ;)
     
  3. Cromulent

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    I know this is slightly off-topic here, but I'm sure you guys will be able to help :). I watch England cricket on TV, but I'd like to listen to or watch county cricket.

    I've never really got into county cricket and felt like I am missing out on a lot. Ideally, I'd like to follow Surrey so if anyone can recommend a good place to listen to Surrey games I'd appreciate it. I don't mind paying if it is required.
     
  4. andicole0

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    You could try the ecb web site. They probably have something.
    Andi.
     
  5. resurgam

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    Local radio tends to have quite a lot of commentary, either that or on the BBC Sport website.
     
  6. Cob

    Capodecina

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    A pretty boring days cricket...
     
  7. andicole0

    Soldato

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    Can't wait for the Ashes :confused::eek::(
    Andi.
     
  8. manic111

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    The only positive is that this is bringing back lovely memories of my childhood, sat with my dad watching Ambrose and Walsh skittle us for less than 100 before Lara took us apart with the bat.
     
  9. Participant

    Caporegime

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    :) I was thinking this on the drive home earlier.
     
  10. Participant

    Caporegime

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    Jimmy Anderson having a proper strop lol. Understandable I guess.
     
  11. Freddie1980

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    It's so refreshing to see a England bowler (Mark Wood) with raw pace, if England are every expected to win in places like the Windies or Australia we need bowlers who can bowl consistently over 90mph so their pace can make up for the lack for swing once he ball goes soft.
     
  12. rickjames

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    This ODI team is special. Very, very special.
     
  13. The_One

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    How many balls did gayle lose out the ground :D:eek: