I'm very happy we're through to finals day, but it now means I won't get to Canterbury for *ages*
Twenty20 South Africa v India, Trent Bridge in which I saw Graeme runs, Herschelle drank juice and South Africans were awesome yet again )

On another note: If you're going to turn up at a cricket match with 8 overs left, quite drunk and then attempt to chat me up, asking a stupid question ("so what brings you here?") and touching my leg repeatedly until I kick you in the ankle is not the way to do it.
Thank God for Graeme Smith not being Stuart Broad.

Oh Bugger.

Jul. 26th, 2008 10:15 pm
Really, really glad I didn't go to the Rosebowl for that. I'm horribly upset, but at least I'm not also in Southampton.
There's no way I could've watched that live. I just about managed it last year with [livejournal.com profile] indian_skimmer to restrain me, but I couldn't have managed it sitting by myself. I might have killed someone.
I now remember what the majority of the day was like last year. This is *terrifying*
173 I'm not sure that's good enough. I'm hoping you'll prove me wrong.
Geraint won at comedy leaping this morning, later on he's going to be chatting and I've managed to get a frapaccino ready for the start of play. Today has started out well.


Sep. 11th, 2007 07:20 pm
I'm not sure I see the point in a Pro20 tournament if there's no Graeme Smith.
I turned on to see England at 41-3 chasing 221 and I actually burst out laughing. It's so nice to have that weight of expectation lifted.

Also, in the interests of making bizarre and irrational statements about wicket keepers - everyone else has been doing it for so long I may as well join in now - I'm backing Nixon to win this one for us.

I'm mainly backing Nixon because he has Entirely Correct Opinions About Geraint Jones and is therefore a Good Person but also because he's old, and if cricket isn't a sport for old and/or fat people, I don't want a part of it.

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