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    January 23, 2004
     

    Cricket


    CricInfo has started an RSS feed of cricket news, I suppose it wont be too long before we see live cricket scores too!

    David Hookes' death a few days ago outside a Melbourne pub was certainly an extremely sad event. But Brett Lee dedicating the win to Hookesy is quite unpalatable. Lee's babbling hits a high when he claims that somebody was watching and helping Australia last night during the last couple of balls. Australia are tough to beat when they're 11. Add in the two umpires (no, Bucknor doesn't count as 2 Aussies!) and the spirit of Hookes and they're now 14. However you need to subtract Martyn who definitely wasn't playing for Australia. So Australia contravened the laws of cricket by having 13 playing for them! And I'm not even counting Parthiv for Australia, as Anil Dharker did.



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