My night watching Sport!
Watched the cricket in the pub till the rain came down,went home and a feast of cricket,rugby league and tennis all about the same time!
My view is that England improve at cricket every match they play,Andy Murray is very good but he will never be an all time great,even though he is probably the best ever British player,and Warrington look to be formidable opposition for the Warriors in the next few weeks!
Two good teams hope they both get to the play off final.
Look forward to tomorrow Masked Marvel EW in the Leger,and a good performance for the latics
Started: 9th Sep 2011 at 22:29
You watch cricket??
Replied: 9th Sep 2011 at 22:40
Too old to play any more,but still like the game,like a lot of people in England
Replied: 9th Sep 2011 at 22:48
and me !!
Replied: 10th Sep 2011 at 14:37
Masked Marvel,you heard it on WW
Replied: 10th Sep 2011 at 20:10
well done bill, hope you had a good drink out of it !!! you could be the next marajax
Replied: 11th Sep 2011 at 10:25
well played fossil peawapp always being the one to listen to sense had a couple of quid each way on it
I Thank You
Replied: 11th Sep 2011 at 10:41
love football and cricket but if i was only allowed to watch one sport i'd would have to choose cricket, fist test match i ever saw was at old trafford i think the year was 1963 england v west indies players like wes hall, charlie griffiths,basil butcher.alvin kallicheran,deryck murray,lance gibbs,and the likes of trueman, dexter, edrich, cowdrey, barrington for england, not sure if lancashire's pullar and statham played in that test match, i remember we lost the series 3-1
Replied: 11th Sep 2011 at 11:01
I went to the first day of the 1956 test at Old Trafford both Peter Richardson and the Reverend David Shepherd getting a ton,and also Jim Laker took 19 wickets in the match.
Some famous aussies and English players in both teams,Peter May,Colin Cowdrey,Evans, Bailey and Statham for us and Lindwall,Miller ,Benaud and Neal Harvey for them!
Great day and great weather
Replied: 11th Sep 2011 at 11:22
was it tony lock that took the other wicket in that test fossil,i remember my dad telling me about laker and lock
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I was on holiday in south Mimms in Hertfordshire at my auntie Edies as a 14 year old in 1957 ,and my uncle stans mate took me to watch England I saw the three ws worrell, Weekes, and Walcott, and the spin twins Ramadhin and Valentine, I still have the scorecard somewhere among my souveniers,
Replied: 11th Sep 2011 at 17:48