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Reading Richard Ford & Watching Steve Smith

This summer I have been reading Richard Ford’s Canada and watching Steve Smith bat in The Ashes. Ford is one of the finest American fiction writers of his generation, and Smith is the finest Australian batsmen of his generation. 3,261 more words

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Who Answers Greene County 911?

By. Brent Wilson Field Officer

Greene County’s first 2018 Board of Supervisors “organizational” meeting included mundane, but important items such as a review of the calendar, committee assignments, review of bylaws etc. 602 more words

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Lurking Things And Pudding

10th January 2018.

The waves that tickle Melbourne’s Brighton beach are more bonsai than Bondi and there’s a tidal range little more than the height of an Aussie’s Ashes winning thumbs up. 794 more words

The Ashes - Fifth Test 2017/18: Learned, Liked and Disliked.

BY BOZZA

Steve Smith and his men put the exclamation mark on a ruthless summer of cricket with a dominant Innings and 123 run victory to secure the Ashes with a four-nil series win. 1,381 more words

The Power of Superstition in Cricket

Quite often we hear this phrase-“To achieve success, one needs to have 50% pain, 5% pleasure, 15% concentration, 20% skill and 10% of luck.” In this fast paced and competitive world, the statement holds true, especially the factor of luck. 713 more words

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My Cricket Predictions for 2018

Here is how I think the World of Cricket will pan out in 2018.

January:

India will win one of the 3 test matches against South Africa in South Africa, but will go on to draw the series 1-1. 424 more words

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The Ashes: Steve Smith Wins McGilvray Medal for Australia's Test Cricketer of the Year for Fourth Time

Australian captain Steve Smith has capped another dominant year by winning the McGilvray Medal for the fourth time in a row.

Smith won the award, recognising the most valuable Australia Test player over a calendar year and voted by the ABC Grandstand commentary team, after continuing his supreme form as Australia’s skipper. 118 more words