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Another Sheffield Shield century in front of my home fans follows an unbeaten 97* in the Big Bash League Final for the Sydney Sixers. A baggy green is so close I can almost taste it. 354 more words
Sydney Cricket Ground. Madenah to cricket fanatics. Clicked from Sydney Tower Eye. Near Hyde Park. I am proud of this click because I could capture it in a very special shade due to the natural lighting around. 90 more words
Who really was Don Bradman? What really is his legacy? What are the lessons that he left behind for us to imbibe once we have learnt to move beyond the boundaries of cricket fields that he breached with such precision and periodicity that has left us perplexed? 780 more words
Back on wrestling’s front line we stand and try to make the world a better place by eradicating ignorance and informing the uninformed. In case you missed the… 601 more words
I feel very lucky today to welcome Coral Vass to my blog to celebrate the launch of her latest book. It’s part of the Random House ‘Meet Series’ about the extraordinary men and women who have shaped Australia’s history. 583 more words
At one time Don Bradman, a cricketing legend, dominated test cricket with an average of 99.94.
Sachin Tendulkar, with first double ton and maximum 100s and 50s, remains the best every… 193 more words