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Yorkshire Delight

There’s still a sombre atmosphere in the cricket world. It will take some time for things to move on and shock is in the air. Death is a difficult thing to deal with in our personal lives let alone in a sporting context; sport is about living life to the full and somehow because of that death hits even harder. 502 more words


Seasiders 1 - Yorkies 0

In the end it was fairly easy for Sussex. Yorkshire set the seasiders 239 to win which they got with six overs to spare. Luke Wright starred with a century; he batted really well hitting boundaries as well as rotating the strike. 438 more words


Monday 29th November

Intense working all day (as usual) and then in the evening, into London to 28-50 for dinner with David Wainwright and fellow wine-lovers. He is showing an eclectic selection of wines for the upcoming Graham Lyon’s cellar auction at Zachy’s that include gems such as Bienvenue-Batard Montrachet 1978 from Domaine Leflaive, Cote-Rotie 1978 from Jasmin, Hermitage 1972 from Chave, Coutet 1949, a 1864 Solera from Blandy’s, Nacional 1963 and so on and so on. 50 more words

London Tastings

The Pebbles Project Fine Wine Dinner Programme 2010

Brighton resident and fine wine consultant David Wainwright has established a series of producer-focussed fine wine dinners at the two-Michelin star Ledbury restaurant in London’s Notting Hill. 143 more words

Restaurants/wine And Food

Nash boosts Sussex survival hopes

Chris Nash’s second first-class hundred hauled Sussex into a position of likely safety in County Championship Division One – but could not stop them following on against Yorkshire at Hove. 430 more words


Rashid raises Yorkshire hopes

Adil Rashid struck his second first-class century to boost Yorkshire’s hopes of avoiding relegation from LV County Championship Division One as the race for the title remained wide open. 362 more words