So day 2 in Adelaide has finished and Australia are in complete control of the match and the series. After racking up 570/9 declared, Mitchell Johnson pinned back Cook’s off stump to leave England in tatters. 526 more words
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More than two weeks after a tornado tore through Washington, Illinois, the community had some help cleaning up from the Chicago Bears.
Around a dozen Bears players and other members of the organization made several stops in Washington, Wednesday, December 4, 2013. 198 more words
It’s a lovely day out on a beautiful summer’s day is cricket. The excited murmur of the crowd as the players enter the field. Members quaffing down copious amounts of champagne whilst discussing which bow tie they wore to “a dear friend’s” dinner party the previous evening. 629 more words
As of the final day of November, there were only six NBA teams with records worse than that of the 76ers. Following Philly’s amazing start to the season, the team is finally starting to level out a bit and at 6-11, they are looking a little more realistic. 683 more words
If someone had watched none of the first test between Australia and England, yet had been an avid consumer of media reports following the match, they could be forgiven for thinking that the only thing of note to David Warner and Michael Clarke’s performances were some choice words directed the way of their opponents. 322 more words
George Bailey, the mature-aged debutant whose confrontation with James Anderson ignited the tense finale to the first Test, says he was not perturbed by a threat from the England fast bowler to give him a “chinese burn” and predicts the “naughty words” that were exchanged at the Gabba will continue in Adelaide next week. 499 more words