Ha. The Segway-riding cameraman who had his humiliating crash documented on video for the ages is Joe Previtera but is known to cricket fans in the Land Down Under as “Joe the Cameraman.
On Sunday, Australian cricket star Shane Warne — who, if you have ever heard of him likely stems from the fact that he recently became engaged to Elizabeth Hurley, hence the above image —
We’ve seen these kind of videos all too often on the interwebs: vids purporting to be jaw-dropping, incredible displays of athletic prowess only to find out later it was part of some viral mark
Um, what? Now, I’m no great student of the grand game of cricket, but even a neophyte like myself can realize that teammates trying their best to be in complete synchronicity with each other is
While I appreciate the fact that Pakistan fielder Umar Akmal and West Indies batsman Carlton Baugh put their differences aside right in the middle of a match to attempt an impromptu display of planki
Seriously, what in the hell is happening in the above video? Whatever it is, it is most certainly chilling.
Scratch that, I triple dog dare you. But before you even embark on that fool’s errand, allow me to warn you: you’re never going to win, pal. Give it up.
Now, I am certainly no cricket aficionado, or even a neophyte for that matter – although I can bust out a “sticky wicket” pun with the best (or worst) of them – so I am unsure
The oddest part? Despite living half a world away with distinctly different customs and societal norms, Pakistanis have a similar response to whenever an alleged match-fixing scandal erupts in the gr
No, seriously, I’m not kidding around here.
Maybe I woke up on the wrong side of the bed this morning, but why in the hell are they discussing schwag weed in a column about cricket? And duh, of course schwag would be a calming influence.
Finally, a coach had the guts to buck tradition and say that not only does abstaining from sex not help a player’s performance, it may actually hinder it.
I’m not kidding. I’ve been staring at it for some time and my brain is starting to hurt. Granted, I am no great cricket mind, but that doesn’t even look like English to me.