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#1 2010-12-27 03:47:18

JaneFairfax
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The Ashes 2010–11, Fourth Test, Melbourne. End of Day 1: Australia all out for 98, England no wickets for 157! roflol

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#2 2010-12-27 18:58:56

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That's not funny! It's like, the most tragic event ever. Actually, I think we got beaten again today.
Can't wait 'till next year. Then we can verse a team I actually like.


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#3 2010-12-31 02:49:36

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Sorry, Tigeree. smile The fact is that I’ve never seen the Australians playing so badly before. Ricky Ponting may or may not be to blame, but the statistics are there for all to see. Before Ponting became test captain in 2004, Australia had won eight Ashes series in a row. Since he took on the captaincy role, however, Australia have failed to win the Ashes in three of the last four series. Coincidence? roll

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#4 2011-01-02 17:04:46

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Yeah, it probably is Ricky. And now he can't even bat properly because his pinkie finger's broken. Which is why his doctors say he can't play at the SCG, because his bones were sliding during the last game.
All we can say now is, Go Clarkey!


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