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Bangladesh v South Africa – The Cricket World Cup

I’m coming to this one late so I’m going to go mostly with photos to describe this wonderful win for Bangladesh! Tamim Iqbal opened with Soumya Sarkar, he batted for 40 minutes, facing 29 balls, he made 16 runs before he was caught by Quinton de Kick from the bowling of Andile PhehlukwayoTamim Iqbal opened with Soumya Sarkar, he batted […]

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Pakistan v Australia – The Cricket World Cup

The weather in Taunton has been nothing short of horrendous since I arrived on Sunday! I had a ticket for the match between Bangladesh and Sri Lanka in Bristol yesterday, but opted for Rocket Man at the cinema instead. That match was abandoned without a ball being bowled, so, good choice! Today the rain, at the moment has decided to […]

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England v Bangladesh – The Cricket World Cup

I’m going to write this one as I go along battery allowing! (more photos to be added later) Cardiff isn’t a million miles from Bristol, but thankfully it looks like the weather isn’t going to spoil this one! Well, not in a rainy way anyway! I dawdled at my Airbnb and underestimated the walk so was a little late to […]

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Pakistan v Sri Lanka

It rained, then it rained some more. Then the sun shone and the match was abandoned without a ball being bowled! But, I had a great day in spite of that, spending time with the delightful Stani Army and catching up with TMS man Dan Norcross! And as an added bonus I saw X Men Dark Phoenix in Cardiff, and […]

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Bangladesh v New Zealand – The Cricket World Cupl

I’m going to have a go at writing this one during the game: Kane Williamson won toss and put Bangladesh in to bat. (Photos to follow) Sarkar and Tamim opened the batting and both looked comfortable until a Matt Henry ball demolished Sarkar’s stumps! He was out for 25, Bangladesh were 45 for 2 in the 9th over Shakib joined […]

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England v Pakistan – The Cricket World Cup

This was my 3rd World Cup Match, but I must write this up before the Bangladesh v South Africa match, which in itself was a special result. (photos to follow) I got to Trent Bridge via the Clifton Park and Tram, it’s a great way to get to the ground, but having chatted for too long at my Airbnb I […]

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Catches win Matches

Part 2 from guest blogger Adarsh Woke up this morning feeling fine Got The World Cup on my mind… We gonna host it the way it should Something tells me I’m into something good..! I just can’t explain it! It was a feeling that maybe I got as a kid – a feeling of hope, a feeling of pure excitement […]

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West Indies v Pakistan – The Cricket World Cup

Where to start with this, my first World Cup game? I’ve been thinking long and hard on my drive home from Trent Bridge. I’ve seen some off the wall innings, performances and moments at Trent Bridge in the last 7 years, enjoying many days watching cricket. I saw a great game between England and India last summer, Virat Kohli scored […]

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I don’t like cricket…. oh no, I Love it!

An introduction from Guest Blogger Adarsh As I sit here only one sleep and a few mere hours to go before the start of the 2019 Cricket World Cup, I just cannot contain my excitement! A home World Cup, where I will be attending 7 live games in 3 different cities, at 4 different venues!  Let me introduce myself; I […]

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Saracens v Gloucester – The Premiership Semi-Final

It’s been a funny Premiership season, with the top 2 pretty much cemented early on. The relegation spot wasn’t confirmed until virtually the end of the season, with Newcastle being the team to go down. Gloucester had come through as strong contenders for 3rd place, beating Saracens at Kingsholm during the 6 Nations window, they were deserved winners that Friday […]

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England v Pakistan – Headingley

With 15 World Cup matches to go to I need to speed up my writing, so I’m going to see what I can do with this one. No doubt I’ll ramble as per usual though! This was the final match in a 5 ODI series, the first at The Oval had been rained off, well Hailstoned off if that’s a […]

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England v Pakistan – Trent Bridge

This was my second attempt at watching England play Pakistan, play had been stopped by Hailstones at the Oval, before play was called off. Pakistan had made 80 in 19 overs which may well have given the problems had play started again under the Duckworth Lewis method. Having sat watching Essex play Notts in positively hot weather it was clear […]

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Leinster v Saracens – The Heineken Champions Cup

This final was one of the most highly anticipated for a while, Leinster in possession of 4 stars, sharing the record 4 wins with Toulouse. And Saracens looking to add a third to their tally. I’d bought a Golden Ticket along with a group of friends last May, it was a happy set of Saracens fans who travelled up North […]

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The Royal London Cup – Star Men Watch – the Play Offs

It’s amazing to think this 50 over competition is reaching it’s climax. Today, a Friday and a working day we have the 2 play off matches, as a pre-cursor to the semi-finals. I’m sitting just outside Newcastle, here for the European Rugby, hoping my team, Saracens lift the Champions Cup tomorrow. I listened to BBC Radio 5 Live on the […]