I don't see why weather should do this. Rules in many outdoor games need to change regarding the weather, you're outside after all, bad enough with tennis...
umm. but on day three didn't england elect to come off because of bad light? much as i would have loved for us to have won that, and much as we deserved to, we can't have one rule for us and another for everyone else. as soon as artificial light outweighs natural light batsmen always get the choice to come off, england took it on the third day, SA took it yesterday...
anyroad, its a moral victory. roll on the ashes!
australia shud watch out - the paks will crush them in the 3rd test cos aussies wont be bothered cos theyve taken the series
Pakistan wont win, theres too much of a professional gap.
And yes, Cant wait for the ashes.
Yes, we need a bit of test competition, its getting boring.
Im going to scream if I have to listen to the Pakistani wikki sat one more time "Nice bowl Daaaaaaaaaane"
Well, supposedly, Roethlisberger's ribs aren't bruised that badly. I'm entitled to believe it, since they showed him laughing with a group of guys at practice, and he wasn't wincing. Laughter kills you when you've got bruised ribs.
I think the Steelers have a decent shot of winning Sunday, anyway--even if they rest most of their starters.
Yes, i began trainning at 12 and had 11 amateur fights.
lost 1 [first time lol]
Gave up boxing last year , too many racists [mainly chavs] was joining the club so i thought it weren't worth the hassle.
We did when we were watching the Saffies play the English...lol
Hi im a female skuller-mainly in double or quad. got offer for caius so hoping to move into sweep rowing there(know how to sweep now fairly well). Got 8.33 in 2k but first of season and im 18 and i weigh 50kg. is that ok?? what r the 2k erg times for lightweight female uni crew at cam??
I have no idea what the Blues get I'm afraid. Uni trials are held from September to Decemberish (continuously) for the men, so I assume it's the same for women. Therefore if you've never done sweep-oar rowing you wouldn't really be feasibly trialling in your first year - so start with Caius (where you should go into a senior boat as your sculling experience means you won't be able to race as a novice) and then see how you move on from there. Caius are a very good boat club *grits teeth* especially their men, so they should give you as good a start as any.