Sunday, 8 July 2012
Sporting Mathematics are different.
The problem I have is rather daunting, you see I do understand how to find the Square root of minus fifteen but am failing miserably trying dammed hard to fathom out the mystical equations of cricket calculus. If you are an American please leave the room as this problem may damage your brain beyond repair, others having knowledge of the ever changing mystics within the laws of cricket may pursue this question at the risk of going bonkers,but you must forgive me if I confuse you. The present five One Day cricket internationals currently being played in England - between England and Australia. have one game left to be played on Tuesday July 10. Three previous games have been won by the old enemy England also one was abandoned because of rain. The bookies give Australia little hope of winning the final game, it being a dead rubber so to speak. So in the final analysis it means that England have won the Competition convincingly three games to nil, or one if Australia pull their finger out and show something other than being a spent force. Now what confuses these facts is a statement from the Int/Cricket Board saying that, "Australia will stay at the top of the international ODI's Competition status despite receiving a complete thrashing from England. Doesn't make sense, does it? or maybe there is an established ruling in the Australian world of cricket that someone must have cheated for Aussies to lose, I believe the 'Its not fair for us to lose syndrome' started when Kim Hughes lost a series and cried for days after and P M Bob Hawke went on a bender for a week or so. Ah well who gives a shit anyhow, its the game that counts not the result. " Who said That" OK then you can stuff your ball where ever it fits, I'm taking my bat home. Back soon....Aussie Vest?
To advise that Vest (Les Bowyer) passed away this morning. Regards, Chris (Son).
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